What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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“An investigation by the charity Sense about Science found that 10 homeopathic clinics selected at random on the internet offered unproven products which were claimed to prevent malaria and other diseases including typhoid, dengue fever and yellow fever. In all 10 consultations the advice was to use the products rather than conventional anti-malarial drugs.” Jeremy Laurance, The Independent (14th July 2006)