Wi-Fi is an important threat to human health - Published MED
The discussion here focuses on those Wi-Fi effects which have been found by multiple Wi-Fi studies and have been previously confirmed by
non-thermal exposures to other microwave frequency EMFs. The 1971/72 U.S. Office of Naval Medical Research study (Glaser, 1971) reported
the following changes related to testis or sperm:
1. Decreased testosterone leading to lowered testis size.
2. Histological changes in testicular epithelial structure.
3. Gross testicular histological changes.
4. Decreased spermatogenesis.
Glaser (1971) also reported a total of 35 neurological/neuropsychiatric effects of non-thermal EMF exposures, including 9
central nervous system effects, 4 autonomic system effects, 17 psychological disorders, 4 behavioral changes and EEG changes. It
also reported 7 types of chromosomal aberrations several of which are known to be caused by chromosomal double stranded DNA breaks, 8
types of endocrine changes, and cell death (what we now call apoptosis). Glaser (1971) also provided over 1000 different citations each
reporting various types of non-thermal microwave frequency EMF effects.
Consequently, the existence of 5 types of Wi-Fi effects, each supported by multiple Wi-Fi studies were already well-supported as
general non-thermal EMF effects back in 1971, 47 years ago: effects on the testis and sperm production, neurological/neuropsychiatric effects,
endocrine effects, attacks on cellular DNA and increased apoptosis/cell death.