Research papers and where to find them – Part 1

Posted by on Oct 16, 2011 in Homeopathy, Myths, Other Health, Research, Slider | 0 comments

If you are interested in finding more out about the research into homeopathy and looking at the original research papers you may not know where to start so here are some tips. These are things I have found helpful but there are others. Will write more on other resources soon. Pile of Papers from jepoirrier flickr site   If you work in a university or hospital then you will almost certainly have access to a whole host of journals through your...

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Homeopathy Research Institute

Posted by on Jan 22, 2008 in Research | 0 comments

I am a member of the Homeopathy Research Institute which has recently been set up with a view to doing quality research and trials which will be published in medical peer-reviewed journals. http://www.homeopathyresearchinstitute.org/ The nature of homeopathic treatment is very different to conventional medicine and so double blind, placebo controlled trials do not represent how a homeopath would normally treat a patient. There is work going on...

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Some musings on pain and painkillers.. ouch!

Posted by on Jan 22, 2014 in Mindfulness, Other Health, Slider, Uncategorized | 2 comments

There has been lots of stories in the news over the years about potential heart problems caused by long term use of painkillers such as ibuprofen and diclofenac (Voltarol) but the very well known link between these drugs and gastrointestinal bleeding doesn’t often get a mention.  See this old article on Ibuprofen on BBC website Doctor and medical columnist Thomas Stuttaford says in that article he thinks ibuprofen is a reasonable...

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Benveniste Lecture at Cavendish Labs

Posted by on Nov 29, 2013 in Homeopathy, Other Health, Research, Slider, Uncategorized, Videos | 0 comments

Many of our critics go on about the ‘fact’ that homeopathy must be nonsense because the remedies are diluted so much there must be nothing there. See my previous blog about Avogadro and dilutions for my response to that. They also often say homeopathy is unscientific but they conveniently ignore the many eminent scientists from all backgrounds who have become interested in homeopathy and high dilution research. Jacques Benveniste...

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It’s festival time

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Festivals, Homeopathy, Research, Slider, Volunteering | 0 comments

For myself and many other homeopaths, festival season means helping out with the Travelling Homeopaths Collective who have been providing low cost homeopathy treatment at festivals since 1990. This year there will be a homeopathy clinic at 16  festivals all over the country – see here for the list of where THC will be. I’m off to Glastonbury which is by far the biggest event we do. I first went in 1987 and it was a bit smaller then! I...

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