A new study turned doctors into patients when pregnant medical residents wore sensors which monitored their unborn babies' reactions to the sounds and vibrations emitted by their cell phones. The fetus' sleep cycles were indeed disrupted by the moms' devices, prompting researchers to look further into the safety of wearing electronics close to the body during pregnancy. Do we worry too much about the effects of wearable communications technology, or not enough? Let us know your take in the comments.
Does Mom's Cellphone Startle the Fetus?
November 20, 2016