Safety While Swimming in a Sea of Energy

Abenstein, John P.
March 2007
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Mar2007, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p276
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the study that focuses on the risk factor of exposure to electrical transmission among patients. The author pointed that the data show that devices that emit electromagnetic energy produce little risk in the hospital setting however, there is a potential for serious risk in the community based in part of people with implantable devices. Moreover, he suggest the such problem can be easily solved with the cooperation of the government.


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