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biomagnetic

adjective Relating to biomagnetism, see there.
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Aside from biomagnetic emissions, the very nature of Reiki healing is its work at the chakras and at the human biofield (aura), and its benefits are the promotion of general well-being, more resilience, happiness, self-knowledge and the relaxation response.
Biomagnetic signals are many orders of magnitude weaker than these ambient interference magnetic fields, called environmental noise.
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Improvement of the performance of a mu-metal magnetically shielded room by means of active compensation (biomagnetic applications).
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The key question addressed in this study is are biomagnetic fields large enough to be detectable by MRI?
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[4.] Chun-Han Hou, Sheng-Mou Hou, Yu-Sheng Hsueh, The in vivo performance of biomagnetic hydroxyapatite nanoparticles in cancer hyperthermia therapy, Biomaterials, 1-5 (2009).