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New Zealand's School Wifi Declared Safe, Father Of Boy Who Died

The results of the study were compared against the New Zealand Standards for exposure and international research findings. Associate Minister of Health Jo Goodhew said WiFi exposures were generally 10,000 times lower than the specified standard. However, a father from the Kapati Coast who has campaigned for the removal of WiFi in schools does not feel reassured. Damon Wyman launched the campaign after his 10-year-old son died from a brain tumor. He was able to convince his son's primary school, Te Horo, to remove WiFi from some of the classrooms. Along with another parent, David Bird, Mr Wyman urged the Te Horo here. School to allow Internet access using a cable connection. Wi-Fi has been linked to cancer and other health problems in some studies. According to Mr Max Workouts Wyman, health professionals as well as the school board have expressed their concern of WiFi exposure to students inside the classroom. The school board has decided to replace WiFi with cable-based Internet in junior classrooms to alleviate health concerns. <br>More:

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