Magnetic Effects Across Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Environmental Chemistry: Genes, Brain and Cancer under Magnetic Control provides an overview of the influence of magnetism upon molecular and biochemical processes and its impact on disease, health and organisms. This book provides an understanding of key concepts behind magnetic fields before exploring their biological significance. It elucidates when and why magnetic effects arise, how they function, and how they can be utilized. Molecular mechanisms underlying magnetic effects and the impact of magnetism on genes are explored. Additionally, magnetic control in treatment of diseases, including cancer, heart disease, and neurological disease is investigated. This book explores a rapidly developing and intriguing field of science, providing a basis for future study in the field of magneto-biology, and is a useful reference for researchers across biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics and related fields.