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Magnets Used to Control Flickering Eyes

Researchers studying ways to control nystagmus — involuntary eye movements — have implanted magnets in a patient’s eyes that are working nicely, BBC.com reports. So far, the patient not only has improved vision, but has had no negative side effects and even has returned to work.

It’s been close to 10 years since I’ve written on how magnets may affect your health, even though magnetic therapy is something that has always intrigued me. One thing that I do write about often, however, is the effect of electromagnetic fields on your health and body. For example, I was one of the first to warn about the dangers of cellphones, which are now in the news regularly as more studies show that cellphone use may be connected to lethal brain cancer.

However, the whole debate over whether cellphone exposure causes brain tumors may be counterproductive, as the primary pathology behind cellphone damage is not related specifically to brain tumors, or even to cancer. Instead, the real danger lies in damage from the reactive nitrogen species peroxynitrites. Increased peroxynitrites from cellphone exposure will damage your mitochondria.

There are two general categories of EMF radiation — native (natural) and non-native (artificial). Native radiation comes from natural sources of energy, such as the sun, and is actually is healthy for you. Artificial or non-native EMF can be broken down into four different categories, one of which is important to cellphone users.

The type of EMF your cellphone, modem and Wi-Fi emit is in the microwave megahertz to less than 10 gigahertz range. You can protect yourself from this type of EMF radiation by keeping your phone away from your head, increasing your distance from RF-emitting devices and turning off your Wi-Fi routers when not in use.
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