A just published "scientific" study conducted by "researchers"
let's analyse this damning evidence at once! the truth has come to light!
Sirkin Creative Living Center == flowerhealing
== mystical snake-oil.
of punting any content going and about as relevant as pea soup is to sun spots, (even less so given the overwhelming evidence that exists for both pea soup and sun-spots).
Complementary Health Practice Review
== homeopathy smokescreen set up to give snake-oil salesman the appearance of legitimacy... a dumping ground for all those scammers looking to point at an issue and make the claim "we've been published!". no. just no. you can't be "peer reviewed" by "peers" who are as much woo-artists as you are... they're not now, never have been, nor ever will be qualified medical practitioners.
don't know why, but i'm having difficulty buying the interpretation of the output from this "study"...
is as much a farce as those tinfoil sport bands... don't push the woo and expect to be hugged...
i got reminded the other day that discovery health, who will demand to see your rotting corpse before coughing up a single bent cent, are quite happily paying these shysters under the "unlimited" cap... seriously makes me wonder whether the chumps are winning...
StarPhoenix wrote: I am still going through my work