Category Archives: homoeopathy

NQR

You may need to click on this to see it properly, but, believe me, it’s worth it. It comes from a revealing article by Robert Hudson in today’s Guardian, called Medical Confessions. I particularly like TEETH (Tried Everything Else, Try … Continue reading

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Homoeophobia? Common sense

This shouldn’t need doing again, but just in case you still think homoeopathy might have something in it, read this fine new article by Ben Goldacre from today’s Guardian. As long as you’re popping a pill that contains no trace … Continue reading

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Get with child a mandrake root

It’s good to see Exeter University’s professor of complementary medicine expressing serious doubts about the validity of many herbal remedies. Most of them, apparently, don’t work and may even be harmful. This ought to be self-evident but, for an ever-increasing … Continue reading

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