/2004

On its way to England: The 1420 Calorie Hamburger! • Careful with Vitamin E • But eat plenty of Porridge • Oscillococcinum

On its way to England: The 1420 Calorie Hamburger! Yes, dear readers, it's here - the meal, called by a nutritionist 'a heart attack in a bun'. Hardees, the fast food chain in the US who have created this 107g of fat in a sandwich known as a 'Monster Thickburger' make no apologies for the [...]

By | 2004-11-30T08:32:00+01:00 November 30th, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on On its way to England: The 1420 Calorie Hamburger! • Careful with Vitamin E • But eat plenty of Porridge • Oscillococcinum

More good news for chocoholics • Yes, but… • Homeopathic Tip of the Week: Cravings for sweet things

More good news for chocoholics The Daily Mirror had some very good news for chocoholics. The popular paper reported on the latest health benefit of chocolate - apparently it's good for coughs! Cocoa, the principle ingredient of chocolate contains a chemical called theobromine which the men in white coats are saying is a third better [...]

By | 2004-11-23T08:32:00+01:00 November 23rd, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on More good news for chocoholics • Yes, but… • Homeopathic Tip of the Week: Cravings for sweet things

Smoking Kills 5 million a year • Is smoking addiction in our genes • Babies love curry • Homeopathic Tip: Babies

Smoking Kills 5 million a year The Journal Tobacco Control reported the results of a survey of smoking related deaths in the year 2000. Smoking accounted for nearly 5 million deaths worldwide that year, with three times as many men as women succumbing to the deadly effects of the most addictive weed on the planet. [...]

By | 2004-11-15T08:32:00+01:00 November 15th, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on Smoking Kills 5 million a year • Is smoking addiction in our genes • Babies love curry • Homeopathic Tip: Babies

Tea Too is Good for Your Memory • Tea Too is Good for Your Memory • Obesity in Pets • Tip of the Week: Colds & Flu, continued…

Tea Too is Good for Your MemoryThe Science correspondent of The Times reports that drinking tea regularly can help prevent the distressful memory losing illness, Alzheimer's Disease.According to research carried out by the men in white coats at Newcastle Universities Medicinal Plant Research Centre, tea acts against the certain enzymes in the brain helping it [...]

By | 2004-11-08T20:15:00+01:00 November 8th, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on Tea Too is Good for Your Memory • Tea Too is Good for Your Memory • Obesity in Pets • Tip of the Week: Colds & Flu, continued…

The Diet for Chocoholics? • Dr. Kaplan’s Ultimate Diet • To Stretch or not to Stretch • Tip of the Week: Overdoing exercise

The Diet for Chocoholics?The Daily Express is not a newspaper I usually read but when I saw a front page headline that said: 'The New diet that can end your sugar cravings' I just had to buy an issue.Well it's all about yet another new diet book. This one is called 'Why do you overeat?' [...]

By | 2004-10-27T19:11:00+01:00 October 27th, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on The Diet for Chocoholics? • Dr. Kaplan’s Ultimate Diet • To Stretch or not to Stretch • Tip of the Week: Overdoing exercise

Woman about to overtake Men?? • Tip of the Day: Colds & Flu

Woman about to overtake Men??For those of us who like to watch the Olympic Games there was an interesting little article in The Week. The men in white coats at no less than Oxford University have been comparing the performances of men and women on the track. Now, everybody knows that men are faster and [...]

By | 2004-10-20T19:09:00+01:00 October 20th, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on Woman about to overtake Men?? • Tip of the Day: Colds & Flu

Medicine, Philosophy and ‘Alternative Medicine’ •

Medicine, Philosophy and 'Alternative Medicine'Last week I recommended a book, Hippocratic Oaths: Medicine and its Discontents by Raymond Tallis (Publisher: Atlantic Books, 2004) The author, a doctor and a philosopher, makes a scathing attack on the nanny state interfering with NHS medicine, spending vast quantities on 'improvements' that do not stand up to examination in [...]

By | 2004-10-13T19:06:00+01:00 October 13th, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on Medicine, Philosophy and ‘Alternative Medicine’ •

Medicine, Philosophy and the NHS •

Medicine, Philosophy and the NHSA book by a doctor and philosopher has caught my attention. It's called Hippocratic Oaths: Medicine and its Discontents by Raymond Tallis The Times printed several large extracts from the book. In the first extract, provocatively entitled 'How Patient Power Could Kill The NHS' the 'eminent consultant and noted philosopher' (the [...]

By | 2004-09-27T19:03:00+01:00 September 27th, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on Medicine, Philosophy and the NHS •

Book: B. Kaplan: Die Kunst der Fallaufnahme – das homöopathische Gespräch. Übersetzt von T. Schreier

B. Kaplan Die Kunst der Fallaufnahme - das homöopathische Gespräch Übersetzt von T. Schreier 2004 216 S., decease kartoniert EUR 39,95 | CHF 67,90 ISBN 3830471726 Order ** This is the German language edition of .

By | 2004-09-24T19:15:40+01:00 September 24th, 2004|Author/Co-Author, Homeopathy, Publications|Comments Off on Book: B. Kaplan: Die Kunst der Fallaufnahme – das homöopathische Gespräch. Übersetzt von T. Schreier

Homeopathy Special

HOMEOPATHY SPECIALThe Times devoted a whole page to homeopathy in France. For many years France has afforded homeopathy great respect. Visitors to Paris will not have failed to notice that every pharmacy advertises that it carries homeopathic remedies on the front window, something unheard of on these shores.Now homeopathy is being threatened by proposed new [...]

By | 2004-09-20T19:01:00+01:00 September 20th, 2004|Health, Homeopathy|Comments Off on Homeopathy Special