There are many excellent sources of online information about electrosmog. Some include a lot of unprofessional and un-academic references. I've collected the following resources that are rich in credible scientific views on the related subjects.
Here is one online 'magazine' package that is multi-media and seems to be quite well done as a one stop place to learn all you need to know. Videos, book recommendations, diagrams, articles etc!
Here is a link to a scientific report called The Bioinitiative Report by a group of international scientists who have reviewed and conducted relevant research.
Press Release: http://www.bioinitiative.org/press_release/index.htm
The Report itself: http://www.bioinitiative.org/report/index.htm
The International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety (ICEMS) created by a long list of scientists, engineers, professors and doctors came up with the Benevento Resolution regarding their recommendations for a precautionary approach:
Encyclopedia Brittanica reports that the Australian Medical Association is pressing for a ban on wi-fi in schools. The AMA states that students and teachers complain of related health symptoms when wi-fi is present.
Article about the German government’s strong warning about the use of wireless technology:
Physicians and Scientists for Responsible Application of Science and Technology (PSRAST)
BBC News-Panorama video about wi-fi:
Clear write up on the appearance of industry bias regarding wireless safety issues:
Dr Martin Blank on an analysis of cellular industry verses non-industry conclusions:
Dr Jack Walker about an English village where a study showed clear links between their central tower and illnesses in the immediate area: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3LDzZ1Q8bk
A British news program explaining why health professionals are so concerned. Chief scientific advisor to Margaret Thatcher is interviewed.
Public Exposure, online documentary:
Powerwatch website for broad overview of related issues:
A Canadian website link where you can view numerous videos or articles about the problems:
Lakehead University in Ontario, Canada chose not to use wireless connections and at the very bottom of this letter. Here is a link to their full policy on the same:
And here is an excellent website with loads of helpful advise, reports and reviews of studies and more:
Please take the time to inform yourself.