Switzerland: Status of complementary medicine secured

Media release from the Dachverband Komplementärmedizin (Dakomed) and the Union of Associations of Swiss Physicians for Complementary Medicine (UNION) dated 2 May 2014 Berne, 02.05.2014. Dakomed and the UNION welcome the proposal from the Swiss Federal Department of Home Internal Affairs (FDHA) on the final inclusion of medical complementary medicine in the OKP [compulsory healthcare… Read more about Switzerland: Status of complementary medicine secured

Health Committee enquiry into management of long-term conditions

The rising incidence of long term conditions (LTCs) is the greatest single challenge to public health in the UK with the most important factors being age and socio-economic deprivation. Many people with LTCs have more than medical condition and are frequently prescribed 5 or more drugs at once – some to counteract the adverse reactions… Read more about Health Committee enquiry into management of long-term conditions

Homeopathy and its Ethical Use in Dentistry

After the British Dental Journal published a factually incorrect and insulting article by Mr Shaw (Unethical aspects of homeopathic dentistry – BDJ 2010; 209: 493–496) the Faculty of Homeopathy were given a right to reply. Dr Sara Eames and Peter Darby responded with this article