Response to "The publication in Homeopathy of studies involving animal experimentation". Reply to Dr Katy Taylor.
Response to "The publication in Homeopathy of studies involving animal experimentation". Reply to Dr Katy Taylor. Homeopathy. 2016 Nov;105(4):359 Authors: Chatfield K, Mathie RT PMID: 27914580 [PubMed - in process]
Authors: de Freitas GR Abstract Machado de Assis (1839-1908) suffered from temporal lobe epilepsy, probably with origin in the non-dominant hemisphere. The evidence for this is provided by the detailed reports of the characteristics of his seizures by his contemporaries and by his correspondence with other writers. He was treated with bromides and homeopathy. It is unclear whether his neurological disorder influenced his artistic performance. What is evident is that he was deeply ashamed of the disease - he avoided the word "epilepsy" and just wrote about it in his personal correspondence with friends in ...
Anke Zimmermann, the Victoria naturopath who drew public attention for treating a child with a homeopathic solution made from rabid dog saliva, has surrendered her licence as a naturopath but will continue to practise as a homeopath.
Anke Zimmermann, the Victoria naturopath who first drew public attention for treating a child with a homeopathic solution made from rabid dog saliva, has surrendered her licence.
Anke Zimmermann made headlines around the world in the spring after she claimed she'd used a homeopathic solution called lyssinum to bring a four-year-old with behaviour problems "back into a more human state from a slightly rabid dog state."
(Natural News) Is your thyroid gland producing too little – or too much – of thyroxin? If you are having problems with your thyroid, an article in Homeopathic offered some tips to restore the proper balance of important hormones in your body. The thyroid is linked with good stamina, healthy growth, the production of protein,...
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Abstract Naturopathy is the general practice of natural therapies. It emphasizes prevention, treatment, and promotion of optimal health through therapeutic modalities which encourage the self-healing process of the body. Formalized in the 19th century by the hydrotherapy and nature cure movement in Austria and Germany, naturopathy was introduced to Australia at the turn of the 20th century. It became popular since the 1970s due to social and cultural change characterized by the post-modern philosophy, as well as government policies highlighting individual responsibility and freedom of choice. Naturopathy is one of...
Conclusion: There is a considerable demand for integrative medicine among breast and gynecological cancer patients. Our results underline the need for the implementation of evidence-based integrative treatments in cancer care in order to meet the standards of modern oncology.Breast Care