The number of children who suffer from ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) has doubled in the past 10 years. There are numerous studies that establish wireless technology radiation can create cognitive effects such as ADHD and other behavioral disorders.
Prof. Hugh Taylor, Yale University professor and chair of its Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences department, established in his research that fetal exposure to wireless radiation affects neurodevelopment and behavior and causes ADHD. To watch his presentation about the findings of his study, click here.
A team of scientists has reviewed over 3000 studies and published their conclusions in a report called The Bio-Initiative Report, last published in 2012. In regard to ADHD and behavioral disorders, the scientists concluded: “Fetal (in-utero) and early childhood exposures to cell phone radiation and wireless technologies in general may be a risk factor for hyperactivity, learning disorders and behavioral problems in school.” This conclusion was confirmed by Prof. Martha Herbert, a Harvard professor, pediatric neurologist and neuroscientist, in a letter objecting to the installation of Wi-Fi in schools that was sent to the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The Baby Safe Project is an initiative—signed by over 140 physicians, scientists and public health professionals—that warns the public about the potential harms of wireless technology radiation to pregnant women and to the fetus.