June 2014
Environmental Health Trust
Education, Research and Policy to Reduce Environmental Risks
Mom's Cell Phones Use Retards Baby's Speech
Mother/Child Bonding 
In the first six months of their lives, babies of moms who talk more on cell phones do not bond, look or coo as much as those whose moms pay more attention.  Chronic cell phone usage can mean maternal distraction from infant needs, tuning out cues about newborn needs. Learn more 
Across the world schools are becoming wi-fi- filled just like coffee shops. Learn about the challenges schools face providing up-to-date education while keeping wireless to the lowest feasible levels, in Dr. Davis's Huff Post piece on Wi-Fi in schools.  Learn more 
4th Annual Student Safe Phoning/Safe Driving Contest winners lauded by Jackson Mayor Mark Barron who spoke about the town's Proclamation for Cell Phone Safety Awareness. Learn more   
Survey - Neighborhood Cell Towers & Antennas - Do They Impact a Property's Desirability?  
Please consider completing this 10-question survey by the National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy exploring the potential impact of neighborhood cell towers and antennas on real estate decisions of both buyers and sellers.  The bigger the sample size the better, so please also share this widely. 
Student Safe Phoning/Safe Driving Contest  Winners
EHT 4th Annual Student Safe Phoning/Safe Driving Contest winners were announced and lauded by Jackson Mayor Mark Barron, author of the Town Proclamation of Cell Phone Safety Awareness.
1st Place  Jackson Proclamation
1st Place Jackson Proclamation

EHT needs your help to complete our infant and toddler brain modeling study to learn the true levels of radiation that young children absorb from wireless devices. Although millions of young children are using devices today, nobody can tell us what this may mean for their health. Learn More about what it means to be a volunteer.
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