This is a tragic story – a 15 year old girl in the UK committed suicide, possibly as a plea for help, after suffering from electrohypersensitivity (EHS) because of Wifi in schools. Click here for the full article in the Daily Telgraph
A mother claims a Wi-Fi allergy killed her daughter and is accusing an Oxfordshire school of failing to safeguard children against the physical effects of wireless technology, an inquest has heard.
Jenny Fry, 15, was found in woodland near her home in Chadlington, on June 11 this year after texting a friend telling her she would not be going to school and intended to kill herself.
An inquest heard the teenager was intelligent and organised but that her life had been made a misery due to the prolonged effects of a condition known as electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) .
It is also tragic because there are alternative solutions to having WiFi in schools.
Building Biologists have developed standards which minimize or prevent exposure to harmful EMFs.
These are standards Beneficial Environments endorse.
Jenny Fry didn’t appear to have the support of her GP in recognizing her condition, but some doctors such as Dr. Elizabeth Evans, in the UK do recognize the condition of EHS.
More information on WiFi in schools and GPs can be found at SSITA and an open letter from 15 UK GP’s expressing concern over the health effects of Wi-Fi
The World Health Organisation has classed WiFi (2b) as a possible human carcinogen.