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The Biological Effects of Weak Electromagnetic Fields: Problems and Solutions

Mar 2, 2012

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by Andrew Goldsworthy

Honorary Lecturer in Biology at Imperial College London Dr. Goldsworthy details how “well‐replicated studies have shown that weak electromagnetic fields remove calcium ions bound to the membranes of living cells, making them more likely to tear, develop temporary pores and leak.” Read more.

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