Homeopathy And Medicine: Does It Dilute Science, Research, Higher Education?

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  • herp

    Yes. That wasn’t so hard now, was it?

    As someone who took one of the alternative medicine classes (as an insight into what they’re selling), I have to say it was amazing to see how people bought into the stuff. Homeopathy gets to be lumped in with reiki and all those other quackery treatments that are all the rage today. “Can you feel the heat? That means it’s working.” – No, that means you hand is near my skin.

    Homeopathy is about as useful as swishing your mouth out with holy water to stop wearing.