Reviews of Electromagnetism & Life

From Microwave News, June 1982
Becker and Marino present a comprehensive review of the influence of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) on living systems. Read more...
 
From Medical Book News — A Guide to New Books, May 1983
This book synthesizes the various aspects of the role of electricity in biology and emphasizes their underlying unity. Read more...
 
From JAMA, August 6, 1982 (Vol. 248, No. 5) (Reviewed by John F. Connolly, MD, Univ. of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha NE)
This book represents the authors’ provocative insights from decades of research into bioelectric effects. It begins with a historical but lively account of past research seeking to discover the vital animal or electrical forces distinguishing the living from the nonliving. Read more...
 
From IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, December 1982 (Reviewed by Ronald L. Seaman, Biomedical Research Division, Engineering Experiment Station, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA)
In this four-part book, Becker and Marino summarize evidence that low-level electromagnetic energy from DC to gigahertz frequencies can produce functional changes in biological systems. Read more...
 
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