World Homeopathy Awareness Week

scientist1It’s World Homeopathy Awareness Week!

So what does that mean? It means everyone should promote homeopathy, and how dangerous, irresponsible, and downright scandalous it actually is, with no basis in science or health whatsoever.

To get the facts on homeopathy, you need look no further than Homeopathy Awareness Week by the Good Thinking Society and Simon Singh, who provide twelve key facts about homeopathy.

If you’re still unsure, bear in mind that recent research has shown that homeopathy is bunk, and no more effective than a placebo.  To quote: ““No good-quality, well-designed studies with enough participants for a meaningful result reported either that homeopathy caused greater health improvements than a substance with no effect on the health condition (placebo), or that homeopathy caused health improvements equal to those of another treatment,” read the report’s summary.” (The Guardian).

The report even talks about homeopathic vaccines, which are perhaps the worst of the worst, and the people who wilfully sell and promote them should be locked away for a long, long time. What annoys me even more are those parents who “vaccinate” their kids with homeopathic vaccines, and once their kid gets the disease they have supposedly been vaccinated against, and are on the verge of dying, they rush to professional medical doctors to save them. If they don’t trust doctors and science about vaccinations, why do they trust them to save their dying child? Dear parents… you are being lied to. Read that link. Read all the links in that link. Educate yourself. Now.

Right, going to stop here before ranting about moronic anti-vaxxars too much. Enjoy World Homeopathy Awareness Week, and remember to spread this link far and wide. Oh yeah, and keep an open mind (video below the break). And get yourself and your kids vaccinated. Onwards!

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