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Press articles about homeopathy from the web
I Met the Woman Trying to Cure Malaria with Sugar and Water
Didi, myself and filmmaker Michael Story were standing in a small outhouse on the edge of her homeopathic compound, a collection of dusty sheds and tall trees in the garden of a sprawling bungalow. Nestled in a leafy, well-heeled suburb in western Nairobi, the site serves as clinic, research station and college, teaching homeopathy to small classes of perhaps a dozen students at a time. It is also the HQ for her aid organisation, Abha Light, which is dedicated to spreading homeopathy across Kenya and the African continent.
Dr. Edward Kondrot, the World's Leading Homeopathic Ophthalmologist, to Educate Medical Community
Now, in the fight against these rapidly changing statistics, a pioneer in the fight against loss of sight and eye impairments has emerged. Dr. Edward Kondrot, the world's only board-certified ophthalmologist and board-certified homeopathic physician, is carving out a path to better serve the patient seeking homeopathic methods concerning eye health and wellness.
Should we say no to nosodes?
Health Canada is responsible for protecting Canadians from unsafe or ineffective products. So why hasn’t the department done anything to stop the sale of nosodes, dubious homeopathic concoctions promoted by many naturopathic and homeopathic practitioners as being superior to traditional vaccines?
What we can learn from one of the worst charities in the world
I normally hate to be critical of specific charities, but I'm going to make an exception because I've just found one of the worst charities in the world. Homeopaths Without Borders HWB has provided homeopathic care and education in Guatemala, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic and Sri Lanka. Since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, it has focused efforts there, too.
Homeopathic and herbal remedies enjoy healthy growth in the US
Retail sales of homeopathic and herbal remedies in the US have reached $6.4bn in 2012, up almost 3% from 2011, and growing 16% over the past five years, according to new research by Mintel. Today, 30% of respondents who suffered an ailment within the past year claim to have used a homeopathic or herbal remedy to treat it, researchers found. And there is further good news for the homeopathic and herbal remedies sector too, as Mintel forecasts sales to increase to $7.5bn by 2017 as more Americans become proactive about their health and further growth is fueled by availability of these products in mass retailers.
Homeopathic Pain Medicine Contains Poison
At my local mega-grocery store last weekend, I happened to stroll down the aisle dedicated to homeopathic treatments. I saw shelf after shelf of brightly colored packages, all claiming health benefits. Most of these "medicines" were not cheap.
What is Homeopathy?
Although homeopathic medicines are sold in health food stores and at high-end groceries, homeopathy is largely considered quackery. No scientific evidence supports its use; the theory of how homeopathy could work is beyond the realm of known physics; and governments worldwide are increasingly denying insurance payments to cover homeopathic treatment.
Committed docs, students can popularise homeopathy
Treating human being equally is a best service. Homeopathy is far better than other scientific methods as it treats man as a single unit, opined Karnataka Board of Homeopathic System of Medicine President Dr B T Rudresh.