Debate about Homeopathy: Mere Placebo or Great Medicine?

Posted by on Feb 10, 2013 in Homeopathy, Myths, Research, Slider, Videos | 0 comments

There was a debate at McGill University last year with the title ‘Homeopathy: Mere Placebo or Great Medicine?’ Dr André Saine, Dean of the Canadian Academy of Homeopathy, and Dr Joe Schwarcz, Director of McGill Office for Science and Society, faced each other to debate this important question. It is really well worth watching – 1hr45mins long so get comfortable and grab a coffee. Post-Debate Questions & Answers: After the...

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Mo Morrish – my hero!

Posted by on Jul 8, 2012 in Homeopathy, Myths, Research, Slider, Uncategorized, Videos | 0 comments

Over the past year the School of Homeopathy and the Homeopathy Action Trust have funded the professional media training of selected homeopaths, these people include vets, GPs, pharmacists, teachers and researchers. Mani Norland who has been involved with this project says “It was clear to us that the profession needed people who were passionate about homeopathy, good at talking clearly and presenting the facts well. We needed to be...

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Now for some science… Montagnier video

Posted by on Nov 12, 2011 in Books, Homeopathy, Myths, Research, Slider, Uncategorized, Videos | 0 comments

Don’t be scared.. here’s some science! . I recently went to London for a workshop run by Dr Alex Tournier of the Homeopathy Research Institute. He was talking about the science and evidence for homeopathy and it was a facinating and enlightening day. . One of the research papers our critics always throw at us is the Shang paper in the Lancet which was a major meta-analysis of 110 randomized, placebo-controlled trials (RCTs) of...

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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 Around The World

Posted by on Sep 17, 2011 in Homeopathy, India, Myths, Research, Videos, Volunteering | 0 comments

‘Making A Difference: Homeopathy Around The World’ is a film project from Carol Boyce who has been travelling the world talking to patients and people working on projects in Cuba, Mexico, Haiti, Nepal, UK, and various African countries: Ghana, Benin, Kenya, Swaziland and Tanzania. Here is a short film of some of the people she has met so far.     For more info about what Carol is up to and some more short videos and interviews with...

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Tear gas, onions, homeopathy and Mark Thomas

Posted by on Sep 2, 2011 in Homeopathy, Myths | 0 comments

When all the uprisings in the Middle East started earlier in the year I saw a news clip of a protester in Manama in Bahrain being interviewed by the Pearl roundabout. He said something like ‘We are peaceful protesters, we have no weapons, all we have to protect us from the tear gas are these onions.’ Strange as it may seem, that sounded quite homeopathic to me. I asked a few friends to see if they had heard that sort of story...

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