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Maryland Licenses Naturopathic Doctors

Naturopathic doctors may now be licensed to practice in Maryland. According to Dr. Emily Telfair, president of the Maryland Association of Naturopathic Physicians, "The law will lead to greater access for Marylanders to doctors who emphasize disease prevention, healthy lifestyles, and natural therapies. It will also enable consumers to distinguish between licensed doctors who meet extensive education and training requirements and others who call themselves naturopaths but do not meet the state's rigorous licensing standards." Emily has spoken at our study group meeting in the past.

Press articles about homeopathy from the web

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Homeopathy becoming first choice of people
Low prices, no side-effects and 100 percent results are making homeopathy the first choice of people across the world.
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Tunbridge Wells MP under fire from leading science writer in debate over homeopathy
A leading science writer who came to Tunbridge Wells to promote his new book this week has launched a scathing attack on MP Greg Clark on the subject of homeopathy.
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India, Bangladesh to sign MoU on homeopathy, traditional medicines
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Bhubaneswar AIIMS to introduce yoga, homeopathy and Ayurveda
Bhubaneswar AIIMS authorities would introduce traditional forms of treatment like Yoga, ayurveda, homeopathy and unani to tackle the growing number of patients. Bhubaneswar AIIMS director Ashok Kumar Mohapatra said the introduction of the traditional forms of treatment would help in handling rush of patients and reducing pressure on allopathic doctors of the hospital.
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