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Sense About Anti-EMF Products

There is a worldwide industry that sells products that promise to protect people from electromagnetic fields (EMFs). These products usually claim to protect you from 'bad' radiation, by resonating with your 'biofield', creating a shield from EMFs or dissipating radiation.

Scientists examined several products, which claimed to work in different ways to protect the user from EMFs, and found the claims they made were untested and often based on pseudoscience.

Document type: Sense About

Published: 1 September 2008


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