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August 2011

PARIS: Tiny magnetic discs just a millionth of a metre in diameter could be used to used to kill cancer cells, according to a study published on Sunday.

The method uses a magnetic field a tenth as strong as used in previous efforts, and should have few side effects, the authors said.

Laboratory tests found the so-called ‘nanodiscs’, around 60 billionths of a metre thick, could be used to disrupt the membranes of cancer cells, causing them to self-destruct.

The discs are made from an iron-nickel alloy, which move when subjected to a magnetic field, damaging the cancer cells, the report published in Nature Materials said....Click Here to READ and Learn More

Posted by Jay Roberts at 12:51 AM | Permalink

If you are in the process of planning a wedding, you are more than keenly aware of all the tiny details that amount to a mountain of ‘to-dos’ and ‘don’t forgets’. There are cakes to be tasted, venues to visit, dresses and tuxes to be fitted, invitations to be chosen, ordered and sent, and so, so much more! And once that day you’ve dreamed of finally arrives and whirls by in what seems like an instant, you’ll likely realize that you are absolutely exhausted. Incredibly happy! But exhausted.


All the ups, downs and arounds of life itself have a way of taking a toll on our well being and sense of harmonious balance, and when we throw something as detail-oriented and overwhelming as planning a wedding into the mix, we can be left feeling a bit drained. So how to get back to feeling our best? A nice honeymoon never hurt anyone! But you can start working on feeling wonderful before you set foot on that plane – in fact, you can start right there at the altar by choosing magnetic therapy rings as your wedding bands!


Ace Magnetics offers a stunning assortment of magnetic rings that elegantly fuse magnetic therapy with high-quality, healing metals forged into fashionable styles. The magnets will literally be an ‘inside secret’, as they rest beneath the band to lay flush against your finger. Many people find that magnetic rings, and magnetic jewelry in general, give them an overall sense of greater well being. In fact, magnets have been used therapeutically for thousands of years as a pain reliever, though this alternative therapy is not typically prescribed by doctors.


At, we are magnetic jewelry lovers and truly believe in the healing and calming effects we have seen from it in our experience. That said, we understand that some people don’t notice a difference in the way they feel when wearing magnetic jewelry. We hope you enjoy the same benefits we do, but craft our jewelry in such a way that even if you don’t, you still have a stylish piece of jewelry to appreciate!


Because your wedding ring is likely to be the piece of jewelry you wear more regularly than any other piece in your jewelry wardrobe it makes an ideal magnetic choice. In addition to wearing it every day, it also sits perfectly against your finger, and the closer the contact the magnet makes with your body the better. And you don’t have to sacrifice an ounce of style to ‘go magnetic’ – we craft our rings from traditional metals to include Titanium, Tungsten, Sterling Silver and Stainless Steel. The materials you want, the style you want, and built in magnetic therapy? Yes, you can have it all!


You and your soon-to-be-spouse were drawn to each other as if pulled by magnetic forces. Why not start on your new journey as a married couple with magnet rings to add a literal edge to the symbolic side of your love?

Posted by Jay Roberts at 06:21 PM | Permalink

As summer comes to a close, with the days getting shorter and Labor Day festivities on the nearing horizon, it is time for many among us to dust off those backpacks and get ready for another year or semester of school. There will be books to carry, papers to write, topics to research, and nights to stay awake trying to stay on top of it all. There will be lots of information mixed with lots of stress, and feeling out-of-sorts from the lots of ‘lots’ may seem inevitable. But things don’t have to be as they seem! There are steps you can take to tackle the stress and help bring yourself back to balance, and one of those steps is investing in a magnetic bracelet!


How will a magnetic bracelet help you keep calm and collected when your workload is ready to topple over? It can’t do it alone! Lifestyle in general plays a major role in how capable we are to handle all we must do while doing it well. Eating properly, drinking adequate water, exercising regularly, and getting as much sleep as we can all play huge roles in how we feel and how able we are to combat stress and feel energized and rejuvenated. However, as important as those things are – and they are very important! – many people turn to magnets as an additional tool in their ‘feel good’ arsenal.


At, we don’t make any over-the-top medical claims. We believe in the power of magnetic therapy, and have had countless customers who believe in it as well in our 15-year history, but we acknowledge that there are some people who don’t feel a difference when wearing magnetic bracelets. For others, myself included, there is an increased alertness and vitality. I have a little more pep in my step, find it easier to concentrate on the task at hand, and just feel generally better. So, I wear a magnetic bracelet every day! And I’m not alone. While magnetic bracelets may not make an impact on everyone who tries them, they do make a difference for many, and the more people that find benefit in magnetic bracelets, the more options there are available to choose from!


If you are in your teens or early twenties and want to add a magnetic bracelet to your back to school list, we recommend checking out our patented Rally Bands. These are easy and fun to wear, come in a wonderful range of colors (school colors, perhaps?), have 20 or 30 individual magnets per bracelet, depending upon the style you choose (3500 gauss per magnet!), and they’re completely waterproof and comfortable. These bring the same style as many of the cause bracelets you may already own, but are much lighter and stronger than most cause bracelets. They also come with a cause of their own – to help you feel better balanced and ready to bring your “A” Game. And we think that’s a pretty good cause!

Posted by Jay Roberts at 05:01 PM | Permalink