Cross Currents: The Promise of Electromedicine, the Perils of Electropollution

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Jeremy P. Tarcher Incorporated, 1990 - Health & Fitness - 336 pages
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Dr. Becker tells of the emergence of electromagnetic medicine, which promises to unlock the secrets of healing, and the growth of electromagnetic pollution, which poses a clear environmental danger. He explains the effectiveness of alternative healing methods that use parts of the body's innate electrical healing systems, and warns that our bodies are being adversely affected by power lines, computers, microwaves and satellite dishes.

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Cross currents: the promise of electromedicine, the perils of electropollution

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Becker explores the healing potential and adverse effects of electricity. Many alternative therapies attempt to tap the curative abilities of electromagnetism, and Becker thinks they are often ... Read full review

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Very intriguing look at the effects of electromagnetic radiation (ie from electronics and wires) by a man who won the Nobel Prize for his work in the field of electromagnetic fields and the human body. His chapter on electro-acupuncture is interesting as well. Read full review

Contents

The History of Life Energy and Medicine
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Growth Out Of Control
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Controls
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