Homeopathy: Twenty-First Century Medicine

Homeopathy: Twenty-First Century Medicine

by Dana Ullman

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Aimed at general readers, this volume begins with the history and principles of homeopathic medicineacceptable in Britain, but rejected by orthodox U.S. medicine. The second section covers homeopathic treatment of pregnancy, pediatrics, infectious and chronic diseases, and psychological problems. The last part contains information on learning more about homeopathy, forming study groups, sources of books and tapes, addresses of organizations and training programs, and choosing a practitioner. Of interest to readers concerned with alternative medicine. Recommended for public libraries with subject demand. Judith Eannarino, George Washington Univ. Lib., Washington, D.C.

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