What in the world? I’d like to read the report and see what other confounding factors they thought of for the study. But this paragraph in particular is rather telling in my mind:
They add that there might be other possible explanations that they did not examine – such as that mothers who used the phones frequently might pay less attention to their children – and stress that the results “should be interpreted with caution” and checked by further studies. But they conclude that “if they are real they would have major public health implications”.
I think there are other underlying factors such as lack of discipline that might be skewing the data….