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We have taken to turning off our WiFi when we are not surfing the Internet because of the reported health risks.

Do you turn off your Wifi when you're not using it and do the health risks concern you?

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Ours stay on all the time. Our provider has specifically said to leave it on and only switch it off if the modem needs rebooting.
I hadn't heard about the health risks but y'know, just about everything carries a health risk. Just being alive comes with a 100% risk of death one day..... so I don't worry too much about such things.
No, but sometimes my cat turns it off when I'm using it .... does that count?

Our wifi box is way down the other end of the house from where we sleep and reception is so poor in the bedroom I'm not particularly worried :)
I turn off the WiFi at nights when I'm preparing myself for sleep. That's the only time its not in use.
No it's ON all the time . Considering that , I think we will also need to consider radiations from phone . Sigh !
We leave it on all the time, and my son's comp seems to always be one?
I know...I know....but try telling a 22 yr old guy anything?
They have all the answers. :(
''seems to always be ON'' it should say.
by jonaj
I didn't know there were reported health risks...although I'm not surprised! Our wifi is in the study - which is outside of the house. I leave it on all the time as it connects to the inside computer (In my partner's study) and our phone's connect to the wifi.
It's left on all the time out of convenience, it's a big household someones always on.
I try to turn the wifi off most of the times.
Always on. Our PCs are in use at all kinds of odd hours so no point turning it off.
by Rice
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