If you have a baby on the way or are planning to conceive, you’re probably in the process of educating yourself on the “do’s and don’ts” of pregnancy.

We all know that giving children the best possible start to life begins in the womb–their health outcomes are deeply intertwined with your lifestyle choices and environment.

Armed with a plethora of books on motherhood, the Internet, and your family’s well meaning (and often unsolicited) advice, you resolve to care for your body as kindly as possible during those important nine (plus!) months.

You’ve purchased high-quality prenatal vitamins, you’re staying far away from alcohol, cigarettes, and other intoxicants, you won’t be indulging that raw oyster craving anytime soon, and discovering a mosquito bite on your arm has become reason to worry.

However, there is one pregnancy hazard that you likely haven’t come across in popular literature, even though it is something that nearly all of us encounter on a daily basis: Electromagnetic Field (EMF) radiation emitted by common mobile devices such as cell phones, tablets and notebook computers.

Concerning research recently released indicates that this type of exposure may increase risk of miscarriage.