Very funny Kathyp. I had read that so far it appears that people having symptoms are all pyschosomatic (sp?) so I do not worry about this. I am only interested in scientific results.
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Wi-fi is hasn't gotten nearly as much attention from researchers as cell phones. Wifi and cell phones use different frequencies, different powers and distances, so information on cell phone risk may not tell us much about wifi. But we don't know much about wi-fi. It would be prudent to locate your wi-fi transmitter away from your bed or turn it off when not in use, although your clock-radio or reading lamp might be giving you a larger exposure.
The data on cell phones is somewhat murky, but over time, I think there is a growing evidence of some risk from using cell phones, mostly in heavy users. Recent studies found that using a cell phone in the evening can delay/disrupt sleep, and that increased exposure to cell phone energy increases the risk of headaches in people prone to headaches And in people who did not consider themselves prone to headaches. As the headache study was double-blinded and cross-over, it eliminated psychosomatic reactions or placebo effect in the analysis. Acoustic neuroma is a relatively rare type of cancer that seems to be more common in people that have used cell phones for more than ten years. But again, that is cell phones.
FWIW, I have both wi-fi at home and a cell phone. I'm not phobic about it, but am open to the idea that there might some potential risk. I'm about to go fill up my car, and (aside from the risk of price shock) I know that gasoline vapors contain carcinogenic compounds. I doubt that I will be at much risk, though people who work in refineries might be.