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Use this tag for questions about the science of medicine and its practices. Use [medications] for questions about the actual cures that people take, and use [alternative-medicine] for claims about cures and practices which are claimed to be alternative to official medical science

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Whether or not this works seems secondary to the fact that this is likely to complicate the problem. Having raw bacon on an open wound (granted, a small one) overnight, is a recipe for infection. Whil …
answered Mar 23 '11 by Ustice
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Most of these claims don't describe EM energy, just some mysterious and non-measurable "energy" or chi. Supposedly, it can be felt by those that are sensitive to it, but no objective measurements can …
answered Mar 2 '11 by Ustice
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That all depends on the homeopathic "medicine." True homeopathic "medicines" are so diluted that they have no active ingredients, and so this would be impossible, assuming that there are no harmful in …
answered Feb 25 '11 by Ustice