Dr. Davis’ published articles

October 22nd , 2018
Washington DC is Ground Zero for the Race to 5G

Washington DC is Ground Zero for the Race to 5G but is the American Public Fully Informed?   For both reporters and scientists, frank and candid discussions of telecommunications science has become a third rail – – touch it and you perish. Last month PC Magazine reporter J.C. Dvorak highlighted important gaps in understanding of […]

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October 8th , 2018
Increase Allowable Radiation Limits? Flawed Science Makes for Bad Policy

Increase Allowable Radiation Limits? Flawed Science Makes for Bad Policy by Devra Lee Davis, PhD, MPH, Founder & President of Environmental Health Trust & Visiting Professor of Medicine The Hebrew University.   Among the more worrisome proposals now wending its way through Washington, DC, is one that would weaken standards for ionizing radiation and increase exposures […]

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July 17th , 2018
Bad Luck” Cannot Explain More Cancers in Young Adults and Teens: States advise reducing cell phone radiation

“Bad Luck” Cannot Explain More Cancers in Young Adults and Teens: States advise reducing cell phone radiation Thrive Global,  July 16, 2018 by Devra Lee Davis, PhD, MPH, Founder & President of Environmental Health Trust & Visiting Professor of Medicine The Hebrew University Is it just bad luck that a young man who has been […]

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June 6th , 2018
New Publication: Children Absorb 2-5 Times Higher Doses of Microwave Radiation than Adults, From Virtual Reality Systems

Children Absorb 2-5 Times Higher Doses of Microwave Radiation than Adults, From Virtual Reality Systems Experts warn that injuries to vision, hearing and brain could prove irreversible June 5, 2018 (Washington DC) In an innovative study published today in Environmental Research, researchers simulated microwave radiation from Virtual Reality(VR) with a video-streaming cell phone in a cardboard […]

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May 7th , 2018
Mitzpeh guest column: Everybody has the right to know about cell phone radiation
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March 24th , 2017
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The Baltimore Sun: Wifi in Md. schools may put your kid at risk for cancer

Thank you, Gov. Larry Hogan, for appointing thoughtful, brave medical experts to Maryland’s Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council (CEHPAC). Your next challenge is to get the Maryland school superintendents to heed the council’s well-founded advice: reduce and restrict children’s wireless radiation (wifi). With distinguished experts in child health, neurodevelopment and pediatrics, the council […]

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Baltimore Sun: Wifi in Md. Schools May Put Your Kid at Risk for Cancer

by Devra Lee Davis PhD, MPH  Thank you, Gov. Larry Hogan, for appointing thoughtful, brave medical experts to Maryland’s Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council (CEHPAC). Your next challenge is to get the Maryland school superintendents to heed the council’s well-founded advice: reduce and restrict children’s wireless radiation (wifi). With distinguished experts in child […]

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February 15th , 2017
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A True Moonshot on Cancer Requires a Cabinet-Level Cancer Czar

Forty-five years ago President Richard Nixon declared that “the time has come in America when the same kind of concentrated effort that split the atom and took man to the moon should be turned toward conquering cancer.”

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January 26th , 2017
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WalletHub: Should Kids Have Cell Phones? Experts Pick Sides

Becoming too connected used to be an issue kids had with stuffed animals and pacifiers. Now it’s a matter of smart phones and tablets. And whether this is a positive development remains to be seen.

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December 21st , 2016
Make American Great—Clean up Our Cities

While speaking to a crowd in Canton, Ohio, earlier in the campaign, President-elect Donald Trump said, “It used to be cars were made in Flint, and you couldn’t drink the water in Mexico. Now, the cars are made in Mexico, and you can’t drink the water in Flint!”

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