Non Ionizing Radiation Exposure During Pregnancy Increases Miscarriage Rate

Non Ionizing Radiation Exposure During Pregnancy Increases Miscarriage Risk in Landmark Kaiser Study In 2017, Dr. De Kun Li and his team at Kaiser made international news when they published their  second study linking miscarriage to real world non ionizing radiation electromagnetic exposures. Funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences with 913 women […]

Read More

A Mom’s Fight to Halt Pepco Electrical Substation at Child’s School in Washington DC

EHT was contacted for resources on electromagnetic radiation and children’s health by a mother concerned about a substation (that would replace the children’s garden) being built at her child’d school in Washington DC. The Washington Post did an article on the issue August 13, 2018 “Pepco is building a substation next to a school. Residents […]

Read More

Letter on Health Risks of Wi-Fi in School for Principal and School Administrators

 Letter on Health Risks of Wi-Fi in School for Principal and School Administrators  This letter has the latest research on the health risks of Wi-Fi in school and you can send it to the administrator to begin this important conversation on safe technology. Dear, I am writing to you on an important issue regarding our […]

Read More

Retract Popular Science article  “Cell phones aren’t a public health risk, no matter what California says”

Retract Popular Science article  “Cell phones aren’t a public health risk, no matter what California says” We are calling on Popular Science to retract the December 19, 2017 Popular Science article “Cell phones aren’t a public health risk, no matter what California says.” NPR, Science Friday and Public Radio International have picked up the Popular […]

Read More

Pregnancy, Wireless and Electromagnetic Fields

Pregnancy is a time when development is most vulnerable. Wireless radiation is part of a growing list of environmental exposures thought to interfere with normal fetal brain development. Implications of this interference includes impaired communication skills, memory and learning deficits and behavioral problems. Kaiser Permanente scientist Dr. De-Kun Li, who specializes  in reproductive and prenatal […]

Read More

Resources For Pediatricians Health Professionals on Cell Phones Wireless and Health

Children and pregnant women are most at risk from cell phone and wireless exposures. For children, cancer risks may be greater than that for adults because of greater penetration and absorption of cell phone radiation in the brains of children and because the developing nervous system of children is more susceptible to tissue damaging agents. […]

Read More

Medical Doctors Consensus Statements and Recommendations on Cell Phones/Wireless

Medical Doctors and Public Health Organizations Consensus Statements and Recommendations on Cell Phones/Wireless It is a fact that not a single medical organization states that cell phone/wireless radiation is safe. There is no proof of safety. Thousands of medical doctors support reducing exposure to cell phone wireless radiation. EMF Scientists 236 Scientists Scientists Call For […]

Read More

impacts of electromagnetic fields on the male reproductive system

Review Paper Finds Evidence that EMF Contributes to Infertility: Proteomic impacts of electromagnetic fields on the male reproductive system

Proteomic impacts of electromagnetic fields on the male reproductive system By Masood Sepehrimanesh PhD and Devra Lee Davis PhD MPH Comparative Clinical Pathology Masood Sepehrimanesh and Devra Lee Davis have published a review paper on the proteomic experimental and clinical evidence that EMF acts as a male-mediated teratogen and contributor to infertility. Abstract: The use […]

Read More

Fight Environmental Causes of Breast Cancer

Earlier this year Angelina Jolie seized the attention of women everywhere after undergoing a double mastectomy, but her decidedly difficult decision shouldn’t serve as a mass blueprint for women. As Melissa Etheridge -who, like Jolie, possesses hereditary breast cancer syndrome – recently pointed out, focusing heavily on hereditary risk factors is problematic. It steals the […]

Read More

Your Questions Answered

Ask Devra Dr. Davis is interested in your questions related to any of the cancer related topic addressed by her book or by her work with the foundation. Please feel free to begin a conversation with Dr. Davis by submitting your questions to [email protected] Allow 3-5 days for a response either directly to your email […]

Read More