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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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I was sent the following link by a friend and they were concerned that someone was passing it around on Twitter. What would be some good refutations for its content? http://www.infowars.com/vaccine-de …
asked Feb 25 '11 by rjstelling
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When washing my hands, I was always told to use warm soapy water. However, is there any chemical or biological reason why warm soapy water is more effective to cold soapy water when trying to saniti …
asked Apr 26 '11 by rjstelling
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Results of a study by the Journal of Food Protection: They asked 20 people to wash their hands 20 times each with water that was 15 degrees, 26 degrees or 38 degrees. Volunteers were also ask …
answered Jun 1 '17 by rjstelling
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From the horse's (or dog's) mouth: Simply stated: a nosode is a homeopathic remedy prepared from a pathological specimen. The only difference between a nosode and any other remedy, is the starting …
answered Feb 25 '11 by rjstelling
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How much Homeopathic medicines would be required (or considered) an overdose? Every Homeopathic site claims the treatments are safe and have no side effects, it it even possible to overdose?
asked Feb 25 '11 by rjstelling
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I have recently become aware of TENS, but have yet to find any definitive evidence it is either a legitimate treatment or a full-blown pseudo-science. The closest was this BBC article: Some of th …
asked Feb 28 '11 by rjstelling
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Homeopathy literature likes to compare Nosode remedies with traditional vaccinations, does this have any validity?
asked Feb 25 '11 by rjstelling