Do You Believe in Magic?' by Paul Offit
Fifty percent of Americans use some form of alternative medicine. Herbal remedies and megavitamins are available at most malls and grocery stores, many hospitals offer acupuncture and energy healing, and shares in the companies that comprise the multibillion dollar alternative medicine industry are traded on the stock exchange.
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#1 Jul 6, 2013
Offit's book is all about propaganda, dutifully pushed by the corporate news media while they neglect to publish accounts that truly debunk his supplement-slandering works. Besides that many alternative methods work but Offit fails to acknowledge it (read http://www.supplements-and-health.com/vitamin... ), rather than asking "Why is some alternative medicine considered medicine at all?" the public should ask "Why do we consider that conventional medicine works when it kills a mountain of people every year with its products and treatments?" This is about politics.
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New Delhi, India
#3 Nov 30, 2014
There is nothing like magical. Those medicines helps to cure from disease.
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