by Sophia Ruan Gushée
Have you heard of the Environmental Health Trust (EHT)? If not, you should visit its website at www.ehtrust.org. It states:
Environmental Health Trust was created with the goal of promoting health and preventing disease one person, one community and one nation at a time.
EHT shares the vetted science on how human health may be impacted by the electromagnetic fields from our technology. It is a wealth of sobering and empowering science that is highly relevant to you. We're talking about cancer, reproductive health, pregnancy outcomes, and other aspects of human development.
I'm thrilled to be recording a podcast tomorrow with founder Dr. Devra Davis and the executive director Theodora Scarato. You can learn more about them below. Also below is a helpful video from EH Trust.
If you have questions you would like me to consider asking them, please email me at [email protected]
Dr. Devra Davis, PhD, MPH is an award-winning, internationally renowned American scientist (epidemiologist) and writer. Founding director of the Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology of the U.S. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Dr. Davis founded EHT to raise awareness on the proven impacts of cell phone use on public health. She also continues to strengthen policies and pursue cutting edge research on the potential impacts of cell phone and other wireless radiation exposures.
Dr. Davis’ is also author of several popular books:
Theodora Scarato is lead policy analyst and researcher for the EHT database on international actions, which is self-described as the most comprehensive collection of information on policy actions on cell phones and wireless.
Ms. Scarato has co-founded several organizations both locally and nationally that address environmental health and safety concerns. She is a practicing clinical psychotherapist, with special focus on children and adolescents including special education therapy program in Montgomery County Schools and working a psychotherapist at an ADHD clinic. Her research includes not only the effects from radiation exposures but also the social emotional effects of technology overuse.
Check out the video below to learn more.
In 2020, we're deconstructing our home, habits, and things to reconstruct a practical nontoxic and healing lifestyle. We're bringing consciousness to unconscious choices.