Wi-Fi health advocates list 29 medical groups, schools, libraries and government bodies that are fighting the spread of microwave radiation which they consider dangerous, particularly to children.

The Interdisciplinary Society for Environmental Medicine, 3000 physicians in Germany, urges banning cellphone use by children and banning cellphones and cordless phones in preschools, schools, hospitals, nursing homes, event halls, public buildings and vehicles.

The National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health says the Federal Communications Commission’s standard is inadequate because it “is based on only one dominant mechanism—adverse health effects caused by body heating.” FCC also “does not address the issue of long-term, chronic exposure to RF fields.”

The International Commission on Electromagnetic Safety, representing scientists in 16 nations, urges limiting cell phone use by children, teenagers, pregnant women and the elderly.

National Library of France removed Wi-Fi and installed only cable connections.

Wi-Fi was removed from four libraries in Paris.

Russian National Committee for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection warns that cellphones are unsafe even for short conversations. It says children under 16, pregnant women, epileptics, and people with memory loss, sleep disorders andneurological diseases should never use cell phones.

UK Department of Education says children under 16 should not use cellphones except in an emergency.

University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute says children should never use a cell phone except in an emergency.

Voice, the U.K. teachers association, calls for a ban on Wi-Fi in schools.

American Bird Conservancy and Forest Conservation Council brought a lawsuit against the FCC because millions of migratory birds are being disoriented by microwave radiation and crashing into cell towers

Amateur Radio Relay League Bio-Effects Committee says, “The FCC’s standard does not protect against non-thermal effects."

“Explosion” in Wi-Fi Causing Illnesses

Australian Democrats: The “explosion in wireless communications technology” is causing widespread illness.

Austrian Medical Association warns against Wi-Fi, cordless phones, and cell phone use by children.

Ballinderry Primary School, Ireland: Removed Wi-Fi to protect the children.

Bavaria, Germany: Recommends no Wi-Fi in schools.

European Environmental Agency: Recommends wireless technology be avoided by vulnerable groups such as children.

Frankfurt, Germany: Bans Wi-Fi in public schools.

International Association of Fire Fighters: Opposes communication antennas on fire stations.

Irish Doctors Urge New Guidelines

Irish Doctors Environmental Association: Warns that current safety guidelines are “not appropriate.”

Karnataka State, India, bans cellphones in all schools and pre-university colleges.

Knowsley, Borough of, England. bans cell phones in schools.

Lakehead University, Ontario, bans Wi-Fi on campus.

Madhya Pradesh, India, bans cellphones in schools by both students and teachers.

Prebandal Preparatory School, Chichester, England, removed Wi-Fi from its campus.

Progressive Librarians Guild: Recommends no wireless technology in libraries.

Sainte-Geneviève University, Paris: Removed Wi-Fi from its library.

Salzburg, Austria: Bans Wi-Fi in public schools.

Sebastopol, California: Broke its contract to install citywide Wi-Fi.

Therold, Ontario: Broke its contract to install citywide Wi-Fi.

Ysgol Pantycelyn School, Carmarthenshirem, Wales, removed Wi-Fi from campus.