According to a new study review, magnets do not fight pain in arthritis or fibromyalgia. The magnet for pain is a multi-billion dollar industry that has been incorporated into arm and leg packaging, mattress pads, necklaces, shoe covers and bracelets, the researchers said. Their sales aim is to reduce pain caused by various causes, and a survey shows that up to 28% of patients with arthritis, arthritis or fibromyalgia use magnets or wear copper bracelets. But the study has not yet supported the hype behind the use of magnets to treat pain. Magnets are not good for pain relief hot news center strip climate change documentary Trump derogatory tweet David Ortiz was discharged from Moscow protest researchers analyzed the previous nine studies on magnet pain receiving magnets or virtual devices to relieve pain. Each study rated the effect of pain reduction on the standard gauge. Results published in the Journal of the Canadian Medical Association showed no significant difference in pain relief between groups treated with magnets or placebo. So, researcher Max H. Dr. Pittler and his colleagues at the Exeter Peninsula Medical School in the UK say magnets cannot be recommended as an effective treatment for pain. The only condition that the evidence does not rule out the potential effect of magnets on pain is arthritis. Researchers say more research is needed in this area. Comments by Louise Zhang (Jennifer Warner)C)2007 WebMD, Inc.