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    Friends,
    A lot of people do not know about "GOOGLE ALERTS," and you should!
    Google alerts can alert you to every media reference to whatever
    words you request, such as "homeopathy" or "homeopathic" or whatever.
    I also track "Homeopathic Revolution" and you can track what
    specialty words you wish.
    You can request ALERTS for "news reports" and/or for "blogs."
    Do not fret, I only get 1-10 links per day, though if you want, you
    can requests these links less frequently. This is a great service, and it
    is a great way to track what is being said about homeopathy around the net.
    That said, it may get your blood boiling because there is a lot of dirt that
    is being thrown at homeopathy these days, especially out of England. The
    anti-homeopathy forces are totally fundamentalists and are quite venomous,
    as you shall soon see.


    Dana Ullman, MPH
    Homeopathic Educational Services
    2124 Kittredge St.
    Berkeley, CA. 94704
    (510)649-0294
    (800)359-9051 (orders only in the U.S.)
    (510)649-1955 (fax)
    dullman (AT) igc (DOT) org OR dana (AT) homeopathic (DOT) com
    http://www.homeopathic.com



  • #2
    Re: Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!

    Very true.

    The BBC website has a health section, which contains details of various
    therapies. Here is the list:

    Ayurvedic
    Acupuncture
    Alexander Technique
    Aromatherapy
    Chiropractic
    Exercise therapies
    Hypnotherapy
    Massage
    Osteopathy

    Interesting that homeopathy seems to be missing. I recall reading something
    quite a while ago that the BBC were removing references to homeopathy from
    their publications due to the negative press.


    Christine



    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Dana Ullman" <dullman (AT) igc (DOT) org>
    To: <minutus (AT) yahoogroups (DOT) com>; <homeopathy (AT) homeolist (DOT) com>
    Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2007 12:35 AM
    Subject: [H] Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!


    Friends,
    That said, it may get your blood boiling because there is a lot of dirt that
    is being thrown at homeopathy these days, especially out of England. The
    anti-homeopathy forces are totally fundamentalists and are quite venomous,
    as you shall soon see.


    Dana Ullman, MPH
    Homeopathic Educational Services
    2124 Kittredge St.
    Berkeley, CA. 94704
    (510)649-0294
    (800)359-9051 (orders only in the U.S.)
    (510)649-1955 (fax)
    dullman (AT) igc (DOT) org OR dana (AT) homeopathic (DOT) com
    http://www.homeopathic.com


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    • #3
      RE: Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!

      That is an amazing story about the BBC. It seems that they are trying to
      ERASE the history of homeopathy. They even deleted the short biography of
      HARRIS COULTER, PhD, from wikipedia, despite the fact that he is a leading
      historian on homeopathy.

      In case you haven't seen or heard, they have been messing with the listing
      that exists for me at wikipedia, and because I am not allowed to make
      changes myself at my own listing (due to "conflict of interest" issues), I
      must ask others to help and to revisit my listing regularly to keep things
      accurate. At present, there are several serious errors of fact in my
      listing. Anyone out there want to help provide accurate and referenced
      information?


      Dana Ullman, MPH
      Homeopathic Educational Services
      2124 Kittredge St.
      Berkeley, CA. 94704
      (510)649-0294
      (510)649-1955 (fax)
      dullman (AT) igc (DOT) org OR dana (AT) homeopathic (DOT) com
      http://www.homeopathic.com



      -----Original Message-----
      From: Dogs on Holiday-UK [mailto:christine (AT) dogsonholiday-uk (DOT) com]
      Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2007 8:42 AM
      To: Dana Ullman; minutus (AT) yahoogroups (DOT) com; homeopathy (AT) homeolist (DOT) com
      Subject: Re: [H] Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!


      Very true.

      The BBC website has a health section, which contains details of various
      therapies. Here is the list:

      Ayurvedic
      Acupuncture
      Alexander Technique
      Aromatherapy
      Chiropractic
      Exercise therapies
      Hypnotherapy
      Massage
      Osteopathy

      Interesting that homeopathy seems to be missing. I recall reading something
      quite a while ago that the BBC were removing references to homeopathy from
      their publications due to the negative press.


      Christine



      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Dana Ullman" <dullman (AT) igc (DOT) org>
      To: <minutus (AT) yahoogroups (DOT) com>; <homeopathy (AT) homeolist (DOT) com>
      Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2007 12:35 AM
      Subject: [H] Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!


      Friends,
      That said, it may get your blood boiling because there is a lot of dirt that
      is being thrown at homeopathy these days, especially out of England. The
      anti-homeopathy forces are totally fundamentalists and are quite venomous,
      as you shall soon see.


      Dana Ullman, MPH
      Homeopathic Educational Services
      2124 Kittredge St.
      Berkeley, CA. 94704
      (510)649-0294
      (800)359-9051 (orders only in the U.S.)
      (510)649-1955 (fax)
      dullman (AT) igc (DOT) org OR dana (AT) homeopathic (DOT) com http://www.homeopathic.com


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      • #4
        RE: Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!

        Hi Dana:

        You weren't too far off the mark. I went to wikipedia and typed "homeopathy" into the search engine. This is the first thing that came up:

        The ideas of homeopathy are scientifically implausible[6] and directly opposed to modern pharmaceutical knowledge

        Then it goes into the historic practice of bloodletting! Someone is definitely out to get homeopathy and one can only guess where that attack comes from (hint might be in the wikipedia-underlined word above).

        Martha> From: dullman (AT) igc (DOT) org> To: christine (AT) dogsonholiday-uk (DOT) com; minutus (AT) yahoogroups (DOT) com; homeopathy (AT) homeolist (DOT) com> Subject: RE: [H] Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!> Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 08:59:32 -0800> CC: > > That is an amazing story about the BBC. It seems that they are trying to> ERASE the history of homeopathy. They even deleted the short biography of> HARRIS COULTER, PhD, from wikipedia, despite the fact that he is a leading> historian on homeopathy.> > In case you haven't seen or heard, they have been messing with the listing> that exists for me at wikipedia, and because I am not allowed to make> changes myself at my own listing (due to "conflict of interest" issues), I> must ask others to help and to revisit my listing regularly to keep things> accurate. At present, there are several serious errors of fact in my> listing. Anyone out there want to help provide accurate and referenced> information?> > > Dana Ullman, MPH> Homeopathic Educational Services> 2124 Kittredge St. > Berkeley, CA. 94704> (510)649-0294 > (510)649-1955 (fax) > dullman (AT) igc (DOT) org OR dana (AT) homeopathic (DOT) com> http://www.homeopathic.com> >

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        • #5
          RE: Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!

          It is a problem everywhere. In most major bookstores you can only find
          homeopathic books in the sections that are 'new age' and mixed in with
          witchcraft, demonology, and tarot cards. Guess that gives a clear idea of
          where our profession is classified by the book vendors. A few days ago I
          looked up homeopathy in ebay (remember someone recently told us there was
          an old homeopathic kit for sale on ebay) and found homeopathic remedies,
          kits, and 'pagan ritual' supplies in the same 'grouping'. Perhaps the
          complaints worked becuase just now the only 'odd' entry into that group was
          'chickweed for homeopathic remedies and spells'.


          [trimmed post]
          > [Original Message]
          > From: martha d. <tmrmartha (AT) hotmail (DOT) com>
          > Subject: RE: [H] Keeping informed about homeopathy on the internet!
          >
          >
          > Hi Dana:
          >
          > You weren't too far off the mark. I went to wikipedia and typed

          "homeopathy" into the search engine. This is the first thing that came up:
          >
          > The ideas of homeopathy are scientifically implausible[6] and directly

          opposed to modern pharmaceutical knowledge
          >
          > Then it goes into the historic practice of bloodletting!


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