Calif. residents sue homeopathic manufacturer, claim products do not work as advertised

Generally, if something is sold and does not do what it is claimed to do, then there will be repercussions, but we still live in an age where there are a few exceptions to that, which itself is indeed rather odd. One such exception that is often granted a free ride has been homeopathy, the … Read moreCalif. residents sue homeopathic manufacturer, claim products do not work as advertised

Grandmother loses case for getting Magic pills on the NHS

If the NHS discarded evidence-based decision making and instead reverted to dispensing alternatives such as magic as the best possible means to cure those who are ill then you would, I both hope and assume, be quite rightly more than a tad concerned. That has in one sense actually been happening, but things are now getting … Read moreGrandmother loses case for getting Magic pills on the NHS

Is belief in Homeopathy a moral test?

Ian Dunt writes in Politics UK about how homeopathy provides a moral test because it functions as a litmus test for belief in objective truth. His argument rolls out as follows … There’s no point going into the research – there’s nothing left to say. Homeopathy is no more effective than a placebo. So when people … Read moreIs belief in Homeopathy a moral test?