France’s safety watchdog on Tuesday said that it was standing by existing recommendations for mobile phones, wifi and relay antennas, saying their emissions had “no demonstrated impact” on health.
The National Agency for Health, Food and Environmental Safety (Anses) said that, in lab tests, electromagnetic emissions had had a “biological” effect on cells.
But it saw no grounds for recommending any changes to existing laws as there was “no demonstrated impact” on health.
It said, though, it would make a recommendation that children and big users of mobile phones limit their exposure to the devices. AFP