The following is a paper by H. Aspden published in Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 12, pp. 17-20 (1989).
Abstract: Although there is a vast amount of evidence to show that extremely low frequency electromagnetic (ELF) radiation is a health hazard, there is no currently accepted physical reason why this should be so. One possible explanation is presented, based on an existing theory for the gyromagnetic reaction anomalies.
Commentary: The author was here beginning to see the relevance of g-factor reaction effects involving ion cyclotron resonance in our body fluids. The theme introduced by this first paper evolved as the author came to develop the theory that ions, of the kind we have in our blood, are subject to hadron-electrodynamics, as opposed to lepton-electrodynamics. The hadron-hadron reaction can, by the author's g-factor theory, exhibit anomalies. See later references [1991c] and Energy Science Reports No. 10 to be found in Book and Report section of these Web pages.