Obligatory digital meters: a major health risk?

Soon we will be obliged to have digital meters installed for our gas and electricity supply.  Apparently, there are several health risks associated with this type of equipment. It has never been investigated whether these digital meters, which function as a transmitter all the time, including at night, do any harm to our organism. The World Health Organisation has found this type of electromagnetic influence to be potentially carcinogenic. Recent studies from Italy and the United States also point to the same risk. Especially at night we are very sensitive to electromagnetic influences. It is always obvious to prove the causal relationship between an electromagnetic field and a complaint or a certain condition, especially when it concerns chronic health problems.

There are other drawbacks to this type of 'smart' meter, which automatically transmits data to a power station, such as safety and privacy. There are, of course, a great many protests that are emerging.

Some people are very sensitive to electromagnetic influences. 

Research article from Elsevier:

Swedish review strengthens grounds for concluding that radiation from cellular and cordless phones is a probable human carcinogen

PathophysiologyVolume 20, Issue 2April 2013Pages 123-129 Devra Lee DavisSantosh KesariColin L. SoskolneAnthony B. MillerYael Stein