Posted on March 30, 2016 by homeopathyresource
The Swiss interior ministry has announced its intention to elevate five complementary therapies including homeopathy to the same level as conventional medicine. Homeopathy, holistic medicine, herbal medicine, acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine will acquire the same status as conventional medicine by May 2017.
Canada’s largest province, Ontario, has now officially “proclaimed” homeopathy as a health profession. It gives professional homeopaths equal footing with other health disciplines.
The United Kingdom’s Society of Homeopaths’ voluntary register has been accredited under a new scheme set up by the Department of Health and administered by an independent body, the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care, which is accountable to the United Kingdom’s Parliament.
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Posted on November 20, 2015 by homeopathyresource
Homeopathy Pioneer Constantine Hering, MD was honored at a Dedication Ceremony in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Unitied States. The Celebration honoured the “father of American Homeopathy” with an official state historical marker on November 8, 2015.
The National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) and the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission announced the dedication of this official state historical marker commemorating the “father of American Homeopathy,” Constantine Hering, MD.
Dr. Hering was considered the father of homeopathic medicine in North America. Through his extensive scientific medical research and unselfish devotion to the advancement of the art of healing through medical education, he helped to establish Philadelphia as the leading nineteenth century American city for both medical care and medical education.
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