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Human Beings are Just another Species
Source: La Nación, vía Intramed

Behavioural studies: many animals are capable of communicating in ways that were previously unthinkable. Abilities such as language, which were considered unique to human beings, are shared by primates, dolphins and elephants.

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Fifteen thousand signatures are gathered to petition for the recognition of homeopathy as an effective medical therapy

Fifteen thousand people have signed an Internet petition requesting that the discipline of homeopathy be declared a full medical act in order to hold a status equal to that of conventional medicine in Spain, as defended by the Asamblea Nacional de Homeopatía (Nacional Assembly of Homeopathy).

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Coral Mateo: “Homeopathy is highly efficient at curing animals”

Inmaculada González Carbajal and Coral Mateo, during the presentation of a book on veterinary homeopathy

Source: Oviedo, M. J. I.

The use of homeopathy in veterinary science is highly efficient at curing animals, as affirms Dr. Coral Mateo, the author, together with José Ramón Pérez Blázquez, of the book “Homeopatía veterinaria. Materia médica. Casos clínicos y comentarios” (“Veterinary homeopathy, medical material, clinical cases and commentary”) , which was presented at the Club Prensa Asturiana of LA NUEVA ESPAÑA last Tuesday.

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What is homeopathy

What is Homeopathy was created between 1790 y 1843 by a doctor and chemist named Samuel Hahnemann...
 

Homeopathic clinic

To someone who has never been in a homeopathic clinic, the questions we ask and the things we take an interest in may seem a little strange…
 

Homeonews

Behavioural studies: many animals are capable of communicating in a way that was previously unthinkable. Abilities such as language, which was once considered to be unique to humans, are shared by primates, dolphins and elephants...
 
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