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Plugging into Health

Chany Rosengarten

All you need is an outlet for these gizmos and gadgets, which promise (no guarantees) a life free of aches and pains.

Wednesday, November 07, 2012

plugsWhat if you could plug a machine into an electric socket and — voilà! — out would come health? No more chronic pain, no more insidious bacteria, no more doctor visits.

Well, it just so turns out that several at-home health gizmos have hit the market — all with the promise of a better life, free of aches and pains. Some people swear by these gadgets, doling out a small fortune for them. (Have $5,495 handy for a hyperbolic chamber, anyone?)

But before you run out to the store, here’s a word of caution. This article was not edited by the FDA. The information herein is only for entertainment purposes (which certainly has its own health benefits). Still, you never know — maybe one of these gadgets will help you plug into a healthier life after all.

 

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