Homeopathy Offers Drug-Free Options for Kids with ADHD

By Molly K. Hartle, Contributing Writer - Vol. 13, No. 1. Spring, 2012
With the recent shortages of drugs to treat ADHD, and changes in insurance coverage of these treatments, many families of children with this complex condition are searching for non-pharmaceutical alternatives. Homeopathy may not be top-of-mind for most primary care doctors, but it is worth considering.

Preventing & Treating Summer Injuries Without Pharmaceutical Fixes

By August West | Contributing Writer - Vol. 11, No. 2. Summer, 2010

For many people, summertime means increased physical activity and outdoor recreation. Unfortunately, that also means increased risk of injury, especially for patients prone to over-doing it. Nutritional strategies aimed at strengthening connective tissue can go a long way in preventing musculoskeletal injuries, and neural injection therapy, homeopathy, and decompression traction can speed healing when injuries do occur.

Breast Cancer Cell Study Casts A New Light on Homeopathy

By August West | Contributing Writer - Vol. 11, No. 1. Spring, 2010
New findings that ultra-dilute homeopathic preparations could induce apoptosis in human breast cancer cell lines have energized the field of homeopathy, dashing critics' oft-heard argument that homeopathy—if it works at all—is naught but a "placebo effect."

Bioterror Threat, Vaccine Complications Prompt New Interest in "Homeoprophylaxis"

By Janet Gulland | Contributing Writer - Vol. 4, No. 2. April, 2003

Transmission electron micrograph of Variola, the virus that causes smallpox. Recent threats of bioterrorism, combined with concerns over potential adverse effects of the standard vaccinia vaccine have prompted some clinicians to reconsider