Monday, February 4, 2013

Media: Cell Phone Health Policy

SPECIAL REPORT: Cellphone use may soon be allowed on U.S. flights 

 Ten O'Clock News, KTVU-TV (SF Bay Area Fox Affiliate), Feb 17, 2013
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*Op-Ed: Government must inform us of cell phone risk
Joel M. Moskowitz, Open Forum, San Francisco Chronicle, April 28, 2010
Article appeared on page A - 14 accompanied by the following editorial: 

Cell phone safety
Daniel Krewski, Debbie Raphael, Joel Moskowitz, Sophie Maxwell, Dave Iverson, KQED Forum (San Francisco), Jun 14, 2010
San Francisco would become the first city in the country to require retailers to label mobile phones with radiation emission levels under legislation set for a vote Tuesday at the Board of Supervisors.

Cell phones affect brain activity, study says
Erin Allday, San Francisco Chronicle, February 23, 2011, pg. A–1

S.F. puts cell phone radiation law on hold
Heather Knight, San Francisco Chronicle, May 6, 2011, page A - 1
UC Berkeley researcher Joel Moskowitz says the commonly accepted way to measure radiation is not very useful.                                  

Commentary by Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D. on Cell Phone SAR Ratings and Consumer Health, May 12, 2011

*Q&A: Cell phones: Assessing and preventing risks
David Katz, M.D., Huffington Post, May 31, 2011
Q&A with Joel Moskowitz.

Cell phones & cancer: 8 dumb ways to boost possible risk
CBS News, Sep 29, 2011

Precautionary warnings for cellphones
Deirdre Imus, FoxNews, Oct 24, 2011