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"Shawn Vale: She has a remedy for everything"
For the homeopathic point of view on the topic of influenza and a comprehensive list of appropriate remedies.
Two pharmacies that provide high quality yet inexpensive remedies.
The Helios Basic 36 Remedy Kit
North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH) is an organization comprised of professional homeopathic practitioners in North America.
National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) is an organization offering membership to practitioners and the public. Membership includes a subscription to Homeopathy Today, where everyone can find informative articles about homeopathy.
Homeopathy: Beyond Flat Earth Medicine by Timothy Dooley, MD, ND
A clear and concise description of homeopathy for the general public.
The Impossible Cure, Amy Lansky
This acclaimed science writer tells the story of how her autistic son regained his health with homeopathy. A must read, this is also one of the best descriptions of what homeopathy is and how it works.
The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy, Dana Ullman, MPH
Author of over 35 books on homeopathy, Dana Ullman’s latest is an entertaining history of homeopathy and the famous people who benefited from it throughout the ages.
Further Reading: Articles
“Antibiotic Use in First Year May Increase Asthma Risk”, New York Times 06/20/2007
An article based on a Canadian study that concludes that antibiotics destroy bacteria that help the immune system develop.
“Stomach Bug Crystallizes An Antibiotic Threat”, New York Times 04/14/2009
How life threatening bacteria are spurred on by the overuse of antibiotics.
“An Outbreak of Autism, Or a Statistical Fluke?”, New York Times 03/17/2009
Minnesota outbreak has officials baffled.
“Vitamin Pills: A False Hope”, New York Times 02/17/2009
An article suggesting that eating whole foods is more beneficial than taking supplements.
“Ban is Advised on 2 Top Pills for Pain Relief” New York Times 07/01/2009
Why Tylenol and Tylenol based pain medications like Vicodin and Percocet are not healthy choices for pain management.
“Unhealthy Science”, New York Times 09/16/2007
Why we can’t trust much of what we hear about diet, health, and behavior-related diseases.
“Insurance Company Schemes”, New York Times 06/29/2009
An excellent article supporting health care reform based on Congressional committee hearings.
“Drug-Resistant High Blood Pressure on the Rise”, New York Times 06/24/2008
High blood pressure, the most commonly diagnosed condition in the United States, is becoming increasingly resistant to drugs that lower it. Why we must consider alternative options.
“Studies Show Prostate Test Saves Few Lives”, New York Times 03/19/2009
Screening can lead to risky and unneeded treatment.
“FW: Volunteers Needed in Kenya”, Shawn Vale, Homeopathy Today 02/2009
An account of her travels through Kenya in 2005 volunteering with a charitable organization dedicated to providing homeopathic care to Kenya’s poorest.
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