Those who claim that Wi-Fi gives them hives, the clap, finger-touching sensations, or shortness of breath have a choice: You can't simply assert that electromagnetic radiation causes you problems. Asserting something repeatedly without proof or with, in fact, contrary evidence would be one of the definitions of insanity. Sanity requires proof. If this were a matter of religious faith, I would not be challenging you. Perhaps Wi-Fi is against your religion? Fine. The Church of the Anti-Faraday accepts all members (please leave your sabots outside). Even politicians may join.
And I am not opposed to the notion that some people are electromagnetically extra sensitive. It's only reasonable, in fact, that that could be the case. But it's easy to prove through double-blind studies. Simply turning off a Wi-Fi gateway in a classroom because a teacher complained about it, and having that "solve" that teacher's problem is ignorance incarnate because hundreds or thousands of signals from other devices in similar bands are still operating, possibly at higher levels, in the same space.
So let's just be clear. If you're insane, make your hair all crazy, rant in the streets, and accuse the Kaiser of snooping on you. If you're a reasonable member of society who is suffering and wants relief, agree to simple double-blind testing in which it can be clearly revealed whether another, possibly worse, health problem is the cause. Like Munchhausen's Syndrome.
Update: A little more sanity from the Guardian on the fact that there are no specific studies on Wi-Fi and illness.