Review of British Homeopathic Association
Page reviewed 2014-03-17
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Top 5 Posts by British Homeopathic Association
|2014-02-04||An unfortunate case of a breeding farm dog and how #homeopathy was...||17||1||7|
|2014-01-10||Rajan Sankaran, one of the world’s leading practitioners of #homeopathy,...||21||0||5|
|2014-01-27||Irish Examiner explains how homeopathic remedies are beneficial in both...||17||1||5|
|2014-03-12||Conditions with overall positive evidence for #homeopathy...||16||0||4|
|2013-12-23||Janet Gray discusses #homeopathy and #IBS from another article in our...||3||0||7|