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Elia V, Napoli E, Niccoli M, Nonatelli L, Ramaglia A, Ventimiglia E. New physico-chemical properties of extremely diluted aqueous solutions. Journal Of Thermal Analysis & Calorimetry [serial online]. October 2004;78(1):331-342. Available from: Academic Search Complete, Ipswich, MA. Accessed February 25, 2015. Advertisements

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North & South and Homeopathy – Truth or Fiction?

Homeopathy » North & South and Homeopathy – Truth or Fiction? The July 2012 issue of the New Zealand magazine North & South proudly bore the title for its cover story: “Do you believe in magic? The truth about alternative medicine.” The issue included an article which displayed with equal pride the title “Homeopathy – …

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Debate about Homeopathy: Mere Placebo or Great Medicine?

Published on 5 Dec 2012 This question has been harshly argued for more than 200 years. And for more than 200 years, the two positions in this conflict have remained in a complete deadlock. It is astonishing to note that arguments on either side have essentially not changed much over this long period of time. …

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Why do people bully?

 

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Research Randomised placebo-controlled trials of individualised homeopathic treatment: systematic review and meta-analysis Robert T Mathie1*, Suzanne M Lloyd2, Lynn A Legg3, Jürgen Clausen4, Sian Moss5, Jonathan RT Davidson6 and Ian Ford2

  Research Randomised placebo-controlled trials of individualised homeopathic treatment: systematic review and meta-analysis Robert T Mathie1*, Suzanne M Lloyd2, Lynn A Legg3, Jürgen Clausen4, Sian Moss5, Jonathan RT Davidson6 and Ian Ford2 * Corresponding author: Robert T Mathie rmathie@britishhomeopathic.org Author Affiliations 1 British Homeopathic Association, Luton, UK 2 Robertson Centre for Biostatistics, Institute of Health …

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Dr. Toni Bark, M.D. – Do Not Remove Vaccine Exemptions – Some Children Die from Vaccines – See more at: http://vaccineimpact.com/2015/dr-toni-bark-m-d-do-not-remove-vaccine-exemptions-some-children-die-from-vaccines/#sthash.oGJzwTfZ.dpuf Letter sent to Oregon Senator Ferrioli

Letter sent to Oregon Senator Ferrioli by Dr. Toni Bark Facebook Page I trained as a pediatric intern at Bellevue NYU and then in Rehab medicine. I quickly was offered the directorship of the pediatric emergency room at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago. While I had initially been furious if parents came in and were not …

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A brief history of anti-vaccination in Toronto Posted by Chris Bateman / February 22, 2015

On November 13, 1919, a couple of hundred protesters gathered on the steps of City Hall to air their discontent with the city’s compulsory vaccination program. Since 1914, Toronto had been allowed by the province to vaccinate school children against smallpox in the event of an outbreak, with or without the permission of parents. The …

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Just Some History to Consider

February 20, 2015 ~ randommommalama Some information that I found interesting. Some things may seem relevant, some random. Take your pick. Biology (Polio, Lipids, Myelin Sheath, and Meninges) Poliomyelitis was the term used by doctors to describe the condition in which the gray (polios) anterior matter of the spinal chord (myelos) was inflamed (-itis). 90-95% …

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What should I expect in a homeopathic consultation?

What should I expect in a homeopathic consultation? The choice of homeopathic medicine is based on the patient’s specific symptoms and not the disease itself. Because of this, in the first consultation the homeopath will seek a complete and accurate picture of the health status and symptoms of the patient. The homeopath will ask you …

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From BC Centre for Disease Control Measles outbreak: Measles Epidemiological Summary British Columbia : January 1 to July 19 , 2014;

 The outbreak had 431 cases with the first onset in week 8, 98% having onset in weeks 10 through 16, and the last two reported cases in week 24.A minority of cases were laboratory confirmed: 29 by PCR and 4 by IgM serology. The remainder was cases with measles – compatible illness and an epidemiologic …

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