City in Illinois has Wi-Fi naysayers over health: All you need to know about this article is the following. Naperville Wi-Fi opponent states, "In a town in Sweden, there were so many hospital calls when the WiMax system was activated that the entire country has since eliminated all Wi-Fi systems." Swedish embassy contacted by reporter: Not true; Sweden is expanding WiMax. Opponent: "That’s what I was told."
I received some rather angry email the last time I suggested that EMF used in Wi-Fi doesn't cause ill health effects. I think I've come up with a formulation to explain my position: Love the afflicted, hate their reasoning. I've been trying to make clear that I don't think people--such as this executive profiled in this Daily Mail article--are making this stuff up. Rather, the preponderance of evidence would suggest that ill health that manifests itself so strongly probably has a cause other than EMF because of the prevalence of EMF.