Dr. Howard Reminick PhD (papers)
A Study on the Effect of Naturally Magnetized Water on Increasing Cellular Hydration and Its Relationship to Health and Longevity, Howard Reminick, Ph.D., Ohno Institute on Water and Health, Cleveland, Ohio, Published in Explore! for the Professional, Vol 10:6, Prescott, AZ, 2001.
A major problem with aging disease is that even when the cause has been treated and seemingly under control, the cells still retain the germs in a latent state, and toxicity of the medications used to destroy them. As the body ages and the immune system declines, this makes it possible for the conditions of disease to re-emerge. Contributing heavily to this problem is underhydration, which is common among the aging population.
Yoshitaka Ohno, M.D., Ph.D. and Howard Reminick, Ph.D., Ohno Institute on Water and Health, Explore! for the Professional, Vol 10:5, 2001.
The human body is a completely integrated organism, always acting with natural intelligence to maintain wholeness with varying degrees of success. Success is dependent on the unique attributes acquired through genetics, attention to a healthy, lifestyle maintenance, and the quality, content and structure of water in the body.