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    Homeopaths’ Paranoia Reaches New High

    Bristol CCG are one of the few remaining NHS commissioning services in England that still fund homeopaths. They are considering decommissioning the provisioning of homeopathy, mostly though a private company run by a homeopathic doctor in Bristol. This service is the last sad remnant of what was once a dedicated NHS homeopathy hospital in Bristol. The local NHS is seeking your views on whether public money should be spent on this superstitious form of health belief. You have until tomorrow to respond. What is fascinating though is how homeopaths in the UK are treating this public consultation as if it was [read more...]
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Top Ten Tips For Creating Your Own New Alternative Medicine

by Andy Lewis in featured 29

The economic downturn may mean that you are thinking of retraining as an alternative healer. You might be tempted to invest your redundancy money or savings in training courses and equipment. Think again. It may be far cheaper and much more lucrative to invent your own brand new form of [read more...]
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The Futility of Finding Physical Explanations for Homeopathy

by Andy Lewis in featured 52

From the very first decades of homeopathy’s existence in the early 19th Century, mainstream scientists have dismissed its claims for one simple reason: the extremely dilute nature of the remedies. As Oliver Wendell Holmes remarked in 1842 “So much ridicule has been thrown upon the pretended powers of the minute [read more...]

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