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    Wife allergic to housework

    A woman had to give up doing the housework because chemicals in
    the cleaners made her ill. Now, after four months of homeopathy
    and acupuncture, the mother-of-one, from Rochford, Essex, can
    clean her house again, using just organic products.

    Doctors' orders: debunking homeopathy once and for all

    The NHMRC is still finalising its statement, which, it says is
    based on one by the UK House of Commons Science and Technology
    Committee. It has also said it will likely recommend insurers to
    not pay for homoepathy because studies have found it to be

    Homeopathy Group Sues Over Denial of CE Credit

    The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy is suing the American
    Association of Veterinary State Boards, claiming breach of
    contract and fraud in relation to the associations refusal to
    grant continuing education credits for classes at its 2009
    annual conference. The suit was filed in January in Virginia
    state court. AVH recently provided details.

    Homeopathic Drugmaker Can't Nix Class Action

    Lead plaintiff Gina Delarosa sued Boiron Inc., the maker of
    Children's Coldcalm homeopathic tablets, for fraud and unfair
    competition in California's Central District Court. Delarosa
    said the tablets, which advertises "relief from sneezing, runny
    nose, nasal congestion, sinus pain, headaches and sore throat,"
    didn't work.

    It's time to make 'truth in advertising' laws apply to politicians, too

    I did however, find a product that worked. It's called Allergy
    MD. But this summer, Allergy MD is not available. Why? Because
    last year, the FTC sued its maker, Iovate, for violating its
    'truth in advertising" rules. How? The FTC says that Iovate
    falsely claims that Allergy MD is "homeopathic."

    Hey, Whole Foods: Stop Selling Snake Oil

    How can this happen? Why does Whole Food sell sugar pills? As an
    allegedly responsible company concerned with their customers and
    the planet, why would they possibly be involved in such a fraud
    Homeopathy is an anti-scientific fraud masquerading as natural