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magnetic

[mag′ned·ik]
(electromagnetism)
Pertaining to magnetism or a magnet.
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Near Rx, it merchandises vaporizers, humidifiers, air cleaners and magnetic therapy products.
In addition to Spenco's products in this area, Profoot Care has developed a magnetic therapy device as well as a product that regulates foot temperature.
noted that such emerging segments as the magnetic therapy items they offer can attract a whole new group of shoppers to drug chains.
based marketer of a line of magnetic therapy products marketed under the Sobakawa brand name, often refers to a recent study conducted at Baylor University.
Within the category now, back and seat-topper massagers are seeing the greatest volume; while from a technology perspective, percussion massagers and magnetic therapy are adding to demand.
Sound therapy is catching on rapidly," Lindsey noted, "and magnetic therapy also seems to be taking off now.
The proceeds will be used to market two of the company's new products: Erecticin(TM), an all-natural male sexual performance enhancement product, and ComfortCare(TM), a unique line of topically applied magnetic therapy products.
Demonstrating its commitment to the magnetic therapy segment of the home health product category, Homedics has embarked upon a multimillion dollar public relations and advertising campaign, which is highlighted by an infomercial blitz for three of its products that commence in the fourth quarter and continue into the beginning of 1999.
The market for magnetic therapy products was estimated at $4 billion worldwide in 1999, according to DataMonitor Research.
NEW YORK-As the wave of new magnetic therapy products hits retail shelves this year, will it attract consumers to the register?
Professionals in the fields of sports medicine, physical therapy and rehabilitation can now safely treat a number of conditions with pain-free, non-invasive pulsed magnetic therapy.