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Electromagnetic fields produced by incubators influence heart rate variability in newborns
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    Electromagnetic radiation and energy supply/demand balance

    Might the effects of electomagnetic radiation from the incubators reported in this study (1) have been due to an improvement in energy supply/demand balance in cells? In other words might there be untapped therapeutic potential in improving energy supply/balance in patients by converting the energy within electromagnetic waves into ATP that can be used by the body?

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