Is WiFi radiation harmful?

Apart from over 10,000 peer-reviewed studies showing harm, there is increasing research showing that not only cell phones can cause cancer, but can also increase the risk of a miscarriage.

From the Scientific Journal Nature:

The steep increase in wireless (MF) exposure has renewed concerns about the potential health effects of this invisible, man-made environmental exposure. A recent NIEHS multi-year project conducted by the National Toxicology Program (NTP) has revealed an increased risk of cancer associated with MF non-ionizing radiation exposure.

More specifically, the NTP study found that the cancer risk due to MF exposure observed in their experimental animals matched the cancer cell types that had been reported in previous epidemiologic studies in human populations 

This finding has made it more difficult to continue to dismiss possible biological effects of MF exposure. Such outright dismissal could be especially troublesome given the high prevalence of human exposure (with almost everyone being exposed to MF non-ionizing radiation to some degree). This includes vulnerable populations such as pregnant women and young children.

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified MF as a possible carcinogen.