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Lack of evidence to support software program's claim to protect against electromagnetic radiation
Tom Sheldon found the evidence for a software program claiming to modulate the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation to be anecdotal, subjective, and unreliable.
I came across a software program that claims it modulates the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation, strengthens the immune system and brings the body back to health. I’m no expert on EMF but there isn’t any evidence that the level of electromagnetic fields (EMF) emitted by computers have adverse effects on the body. My claptrap radar also gets prickly with words like ‘bioresonance’ so I called them up to ask for the evidence. The only support for the product was anecdotal, subjective, and unreliable.