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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    Most downloaded science-based homeopathy articles ever

    https://drnancymalik.wordpress.com/2...on-homeopathy/
    Top 40 Articles on Homeopathy.


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    To download the article PDF, click ‘Print Post’. Destination>Save as PDF.

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    HOMEOPATHY – AN ALTERNATIVE TO ANTIBIOTICS
    It could be a little surprise for the readers, for a homeopath to talk about antibiotic resistance.
    But the fact of the matter is if homeopathic medicines are employed to treat in primary healthcare, the use of antibiotics would reduce significantly and there would be little chance for them to lose their efficacy and can be saved for a bigger battle! [click to tweet]

    Continue reading the post at ​https://drnancymalik.wordpress.com/2...ic-resistance/

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    Dear Doctor/Scientists/Patients
    It gives me an immense pleasure to introduce inaugural (first) issue of quarterly ‘Science-based Homeopathy’ NewsLetter. There is no better time than the month of April to start with as ‘World Homeopathy Day‘ and ‘World Homeopathy Awareness Week‘ is celebrated on account of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann’s birthday.
    Need for Introducing Newsletter:
    As the number of subscribers to Science-based Homeopathy blog has crossed 3750, further email notification of new posts on homeopathy will be delivered to your inbox via MailChimp’s Science-based Homeopathy Newsletter.

    Continue reading the post at https://drnancymalik.wordpress.com/2...7/enewsletter/

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    World Health Day on 7th April World Health Organisation’ celebrates 7th April every year as ‘World Health Day’ to raise awareness on health, disease and cure. Let us review each of them.

    Health is not just merely an absence of disease but a dynamic entity where a state of equilibrium keeps the constitution of an individual whole in harmony [1] [click to tweet].

    Constitution means a person’s state of health, including their temperament and any inherited and acquired characteristics.

    Genetic code genome is responsible for what’s going to constitute the make-up of a resulting individual.

    Continue reading the article at https://drnancymalik.wordpress.com/2...-on-7th-april/

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  • shobhituva
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    According to me and I have also voted for the same, Homeopathy is more scientific than alopathy.. In homeopathy,just like in Ayurveda, the roots of a disease has been found out and then cure or treatment plan in made out.. But, In alopathy, there are a few medicines listed for all the problems.. Let me give you an example..if someone is suffering from sever pain, alopathic doctors will give him/her pain killers.. On the other hand, In homeopathy, the root of the pain in the body has been figure out, they the body is set for the treatment plan....

    Though the treatment is time consuming, but it is really very effective in homeopathy..On the other hand in alopathy, the treatment is quick but soon after the problem resumes. I would like to share with you a brief example of Asthma treated in Alopathy, Homeopathy and Ayurveda..
    Asthma is a life threatening diseases, so let’s see how to treat it with 5 different ways. Decide which way you want to opt. Stay tuned for more help!

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  • shivbhtia
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    Both are scientific.

    Most homeopathic drug proving has not been done scientifically. Hence the problem arises.

    Specific drugs are a fact that homeopathy is scientific.
    I have used the same set of medicines to cure same disease repeatedly. This provides the scientific basis.


    Shiv Bhatia
    Www.facebook.com/healing.touch.cures

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  • Hahnemannian444
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    Nancy,

    I see your discussion thread finally died after being alive for 18 million years. Is there any mention in all of this that the stupid double-blind drug trials of the dangerous super-morons called allopaths are inherently and insolubly flawed because (1) the stupid disease-diagnostic categories of allopathic medicine are inaccurate and incomplete descriptions of actual cases of disease and that (2) chemical drugs can be transformed into actual remedies?

    Allopathic medicine falls flat on its face as a stupid and literally insane delusion of reality with just those two simple facts. It therefore belongs in this discussion, but I don't recall what I said here and couldn't find my postings in this thread. Where are they at, or were they at an earlier and similar discussion thread you ran?

    God bless!

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    Science Blogs

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    For details check https://www.linkedin.com/today/author/82454238

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    Arnica Montana - All you need to know

    Arnica Montana, commonly known as Leopard’s bane, is a European flowering (bright yellow flowers similar to daisy, bright green leaves) plant. Today, Arnica is the darling homeopathic medicine used throughout the world. It is used by homeopaths, herbalists, surgeons, physicians and physiotherapists. Arnica is so much popular in Europe that there is a Hotel ‘Madonna di Campiglio’ in its name in the mountain ranges ‘Dolomites’ in North-East Italy

    Continue reading at Arnica Montana – All you need to know – Science-based Homeopathy

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    Science-based Homeopathy Blog is HONcode Accredited

    The ‘Science-based Homeopathy’ (SbH) blog applied for prestigious HONcode certification from Accreditation certification body ‘Health on Net Foundation‘ (HNF), a swiss-based non-governmental organisation accredited by World Health Organisation, in March 2013.

    The HONcode team asked for various additional information for checking out the compliance of SbH blog according to 8 principles of HONcode which was readily provided and displayed on the blog to the satisfaction of HONcode Team.

    Continue reading at Science-based Homeopathy Blog is HONcode Accredited – Science-based Homeopathy

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    A decade of research into Homeopathy: 1981-1990

    This is Part-1 of three-part series showcasing the Research in Homeopathy during the decade spanning from 1981 to 1990. The next two parts will showcase the research for the next two decades. In all the three parts, the research findings are shown in tabular form.

    The table contains data such as trial type, patient population, intervention, comparator, condition, outcome, p-value/odds ratio, results, trial quality (Jaded score), peer-reviewed Journal name and the URL link.

    Details at A Decade of Research into Homeopathy: 1981-1990 – Science-based Homeopathy

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    Friends of Science in Homeopathy

    Friends of Science in Homeopathy (FSH), an online association originally formed on 13th May 2011 as a research database in Homeopathy, consists of professionals from various science streams including health and medicine. In the last few decades there has been an increase in use of integrative (collaborative research and cooperative work) medicine like Homeopathy. According to World health Organisation, highly acclaimed service of Homeopathy is the fastest-growing and second-most widely-used system of medicine in the world.

    Check for mission/objectives of Friends of Science in Homeopathy at Friends of Science in Homeopathy – Science-based Homeopathy

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    A repository of downloadable resources on homeopathy

    A repository of downloadable resources on homeopathy containing
    Articles,
    Ebooks,
    Education,
    Magazines,
    Repertory,
    Research,
    Thesis.

    Download the resources at A Repository of Downloadable Resources on Homeopathy – Science-based Homeopathy

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    Homeopathy in the News

    Now you can get all the news and information on Homeopathy Healthcare from 5 social media networks: Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus, WordPress and Pinterest at this webpage. There are few tabs to access them such as Home, WordPress, @DrNancyMalik, Favourite tweets, etc. You can view YouTube Videos and Pinterest images by clicking on ‘More’ (below).

    This webpage will be manually updated on hourly basis for the next 15 days. Thereafter it will be set to automatic mode wherein the post will be automatically updated in real time as they come in. It will be actually a LIVE SOCIAL MEDIA. So bookmark this page.

    You can view, like, favorite, tweet, reply, repost, share and embed posts as well as follow others.

    This gives an opportunity to health professionals, medical doctors, clinicians, scientists, organisations, patients and the general public to view and share their collective wisdom on Homeopathy at/from a single location.

    Connect with the Homeopaths around the world. Encourage others to do the same by sharing this page.

    You can also signup for the daily newsletter to get Alerts on Homeopathy delivered to your inbox by entering your email address. You can do so by hovering the cursor on “Follow ‘Sense About Medicine‘ (below)

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    Homeopathy in the News – Science-based Homeopathy

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  • Dr. Nancy Malik
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    Applied Research in Specific Medical Conditions

    Evidence-based Homeopathy for 27 disease conditions

    Statistically significant human studies in peer-reviewed medical journals upto the end of year 2010 are included. The compendium is prepared by mining 7 online databases.

    A1.UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS
    Rhinitis/Hay Fever
    Sinusitis
    Tonsillitis
    Otitis Media (inflammation of middle ear)
    Common Cold
    A2. INFLUENZA
    B. FIBROMYALGIA (Pain and Inflammation in muscles)
    C. INSOMNIA
    D1. OSTEO-ARTHRITIS
    D2. RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
    E. VERTIGO
    F. DIARRHEA
    G. ARSENIC TOXICITY
    H. BACK PAIN
    I. DEPRESSION
    J.ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)
    K. CANCER
    L. FEVER
    M. ULCER
    N. HEADACHE
    O. MIGRAINE
    P. SURGICAL CONDITIONS
    Q. ECZEMA
    R. VIRAL INFECTIONS
    S. DIABETIC NEUROPATHY
    T. HIV

    For more details go to Applied Research in Specific Medical Conditions – Science-based Homeopathy

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