The article, Double Flare, on spaceweather.com is an interesting story and I believe it offers insight into what happens with magnetism at the quantum scale.
Just as two sunspots can be connected by a seemingly invisible magnetic loop, magnetic structures at all scales can connect in similar ways.
In the Aether Physics Model, I show a simplified structural model for a quantum of space (Aether unit) and also for quantum particles such as the electron and proton. Aether units are essentially perpetual, dynamic rotating magnetic fields. The rotating magnetic field manifests as a tube of magnetic flux. These magnetic flux tubes can form macro structures, similar to water molecules forming oceans.
Further, tubes of magnetic flux can stretch over great distances causing various magnetic structures to be connected. To some degree, all things throughout the Universe are magnetically connected but at various magnitudes.
Certain systems, such as a human body, likely have very rich magnetic connections among its parts even if the magnetic fields are relatively weak compared to other magnetic fields. The magnetism need not manifest as a single coherent magnetic field such as in a permanent magnet or sunspot connections, but biomagnetism could exist as a network of much weaker magnetic fields. Each cell in the body, and each molecule in each cell, is likely in communication with and connected to each other, much like the sunspots on the Sun.
I like how the article starts, "Long ago researchers thought solar flares were isolated events." This is another way of saying, "Mainstream science had it wrong just ten years ago." There is nothing bad about being wrong, but it is another reminder that mainstream science paradigms have a long way to go before they can be considered accurate models of reality.