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Ask for evidence

 

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Keep Libel out of Science

 

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“Researchers in the US claim that exposing a person to a magnetic field could reduce their risk of a heart attack by streamlining the flow of blood around their body…The simplistic extrapolation from this contrived and temporary effect to improving blood flow and thereby reducing risk of heart attacks, however, is unjustified and misleading. Further, any attempt to use this study as a justification for clinical claims made for weak permanent magnets is beyond misleading, in the realm of the absurd.” Steven Novella MD, Science Based Medicine (29th June 2011)