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

Becker, Robert O.

 Broadly speaking, this work is about electrobiology, or the relation between electrical systems and life. Becker reviews the findings of electrical energy within and without the body. He demonstrates the great promise of electromedicine, as per the subtitle, but also the perils of electropollution. He hypothesizes that nontraditional healing methodologies such as acupuncture, homeopathy, visualization, and electrotherapy all work through the electrical system of the body. Such techniques and potentially new applications promise more effective healing approaches. This is counterbalanced, however, by harmful electromagnetic fields in the environment. In the last half he documents these hazards and urges that we find ways to protect ourselves and the environment from them. He devotes a chapter to "New Plagues" attributable to electromagnetic radiations, such as AIDS, sudden infant death syndrome, and chronic-fatigue syndrome. The final chapter informs the reader of what he or she can do to assess the potential danger of their environment and what they can do about specific hazards.
Publisher Information:Los Angeles, CA: Jeremy P. Tarcher, 1990. 336p. Chap. bibl: 308-325; 45 figs; Glossary: 305-307; Index: 327-336
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