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Dr. Nancy Malik


Central Council of Homeopathy

Medical Doctor of Homeopathy

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Arnica Montana – All you need to know

  PLANT DESCRIPTION Arnica Montana, commonly known as Leopard’s bane, is a European flowering (bright yellow flowers similar to daisy, bright green leaves) plant. Arnica, the queen of plants in Homeopathy, is one of the greatest medicine ever known to mankind. Today, Arnica is the darling homeopathic medicine used throughout the world. It is used by […]

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Science-based Homeopathy Blog and HONcode Accreditation

The ‘Science-based Homeopathy’ (SbH) blog applied for prestigious HONcode certification from Accreditation certification body ‘Health on Net Foundation‘ (HNF), a switzerland-based non-governmental organisation accredited by World Health Organisation, in March 2013. The HONcode team asked for various additional information for checking out the compliance of SbH blog according to 8 principles of HONcode which was readily […]

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A Decade of Research into Homeopathy: 1981-1990

This is Part-1 of three-part series showcasing the Research in Homeopathy during the decade spanning from 1981 to 1990. The next two parts will showcase the research for the next two decades. In all the three parts, the research findings are shown in tabular form. The table contains data such as trial type, patient population, […]

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Friends of Science in Homeopathy

INTRODUCTION Friends of Science in Homeopathy (FSH), an online association originally formed on 13th May 2011 as a research database in Homeopathy, consists of professionals from various science streams including health and medicine. In the last few decades there has been an increase in use of integrative (collaborative research and cooperative work) medicine like Homeopathy. According […]

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A Repository of Downloadable Resources on Homeopathy

This repository consists of 44 resource items and will be updated regularly. So bookmark this webpage Resources linked in other articles on this blog are not included Only articles in PDF format are included. EDUCATION (2) M.Tech and Ph.D in Homeopathy from Durban University of Technology Professional Certification Credentials and Designations RESEARCH (11) Good Practices […]

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Homeopathy in the News

Now you can get all the news and information on Homeopathy Healthcare from 5 social media networks: Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus, WordPress and Pinterest at this webpage. There are 6 tabs to access them: Home, WordPress, @DrNancyMalik, Favourite tweets, Pinterest and Videos. The last 3 tabs can be accessed by clicking on ‘More’. This webpage has […]

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How to get rid of a Headache?

  How to Get Rid of a Headache from wikiHow – The How to Manual That You Can Edit A headache—that pain in your head, face, skin, or bones—is something most of us deal with from time to time. Depending on the severity, it can be a mild distraction or it can be the focus […]

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Subscribe to the RSS feeds on Homeopathy

There are two ways to get notified for every new post on your favourite blog or website By email subscription (You get notified of new post by email but your email is known to the owner whose blog/site you have subscribed to) By subscribing to RSS Feeds (You remain anonymous but you need to check the […]

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Homeopathy Worked For Me: Chat #HWFM

7 UK Celebrities come together to launch ‘Homeopathy Works For Me’ Campaign Healthcare Social Media Transcript: Twitter Chat, Facebook Chat, Google+ Chat and YouTube Videos Topic of Discussion: Why Homeopathy Works For You? Prechat tutorials: Principles of Homeopathy Explained How Super-Avogadro dilutions in Homeopathy work? TWEET CHAT Twitter Chat Run hosted and inspired by @HomeopathyWFM using […]

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Adrenal Fatigue and its Homeopathic Restore

A Guest Post by Dr. Neha Vijayakar (The Author) STRESS Stress (or distress) comes stealthily in our life and creates great havoc in our body and mind. For some, stress means combating everyday traffic to get to work, for others it signifies getting the kids ready in time for school. The worst part is that we […]

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Download books on Homeopathy

40 books by 8 stalwarts. Click on the image to view/download. DR. SAMUEL HAHNEMANN, M.D. (7) Dr. Hahnemann didn't agree about Cinchona in Cullen's Materia Medica.He performed experiment on himself in 1790 & discovered law of Similars — EvidenceBased Hpathy (@DrNancyMalik) July 30, 2013 DR. JAMES TYLER KENT, M.D. (9) Dr.Richard cured James T Kent's […]

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Conducting Research in Clinic

A Guest Post by Dr. Saurav Arora (The Author) There has been a gain in momentum in homoeopathic research in last few decades as evident from various research studies and publications but we as clinicians have a long way to pursue when it comes to research in Homeopathy, but majority of times, we are not very sure […]

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Respiratory Diseases – An Overview

A Guest Post by Michael Ravitsky of Introduction Asthma, allergies, and chronic bronchitis – we either suffer from one of these conditions or we know someone who does.  Millions of people have chronic respiratory issues, and this article will explain the basics of the most common ones.  The big idea with respiratory diseases is […]

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Homeopathic Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Guest Post Written by Dr. Navneet Bidani (The Author) INTRODUCTION Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has been an officially recognized illness since 1980 and it may be defined as the development of significant anxiety, fear, helplessness and horror after exposure (experienced or witness) to trauma, defined as an event associated with either actual or threatened death […]

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Lives saved by Homeopathy in Epidemics and Pandemics

Guest Post Written by Iman Navab (The Author) INTRODUCTION Both Epidemic and Pandemic refers to the spread of infectious diseases among a population. The term pandemic indicates a far higher number of people affected in much larger geographical area than epidemic. Mortality rate is number of deaths per 1000 individuals per year. Genus epidemicus means that […]

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Obesity and Homeopathy

Guest Post Written by Dr. Sayeed Ahmad (The Author) INTRODUCTION Obesity can be best described as the most common nutritional disorder especially in the affluent group of people. But it is now getting fairly common in not-so affluent people also. It is a condition in which excessive accumulation of fat takes place in the body […]

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Breathing Difficulties and Homeopathy

Guest Post Written by Dr. Furqan A Syed (The Author) Introduction Lungs belong to the group of “Vital Life Organs”. Life comes to a sudden end if any one from the Heart, Brain, Liver, Lungs or Blood stops functioning. Of course all the organs are vital in that respect but non-functioning of other organs may […]

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The homeopathic therapeutic relationship – a patient-centered union

Guest Post Written by Uta Mittelstadt (The Author) The alliance between homeopath and patient is a critical one. The homeopath, by way of the homeopathic principles, requires of the patient to share, reveal, and convey in explicit detail the nature of what ails him [1]. The patient needs of the homeopath, in order to feel secure […]

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No more Tension on Hypertension

Guest Post Written by Dr. Muhammed Rafeeque (The Author) Introduction There are several health related myths among the public. In common usage, many people consider some normal body functions and even the name of some organs as diseases. For example: Blood Pressure (BP), Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), Blood sugar, Cholesterol, Thyroid, Gastric, etc. are considered as names […]

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Medicine and The Placebo Effect

Guest Post Written by Vinton McCabe (The Author) I have been doing a lot of thinking lately about the “placebo effect.” Mostly because I have noticed that the Skeptics—that crazy-quilt of organizations in the English speaking world who are making such a noise on the internet when it comes to something near and dear to my […]

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Bigots vs Time-Tested Medicine

Guest Post Written by Iman Navab (The Author) Bigots [1] In 300 B.C., Hippocrates was accused by his colleagues; he was called dung-eater, because he so carefully took note of the character of the fecal and waste material. In 162 A.D., Galen, who guided the ideas of medical knowledge, was persecuted by the doctors of […]

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Meta Analysis and Systematic Reviews

Meta Analyses, Cochrane Review, Randomised Controlled Trial


Upto the end of year 2011, there have been 11 meta-analysis (1 on in vitro study, 1 on combination remedy) published in 10 medical journals (7 integrative, 1 homeopathy and 2 CAM journals). Out of 11 meta analysis, 5 are comprehensive/global, 5 on specific medical condition and 1 on super-avogadro dilution effect. Upto the end of year 2010, there have been 8 systematic reviews (1 on combination remedy) including 1 cochrane review (out of approximately 20 systematic reviews published) published in 5 medical journals (1 integrative, 1 homeopathy and 3 CAM journals) in evidence of homeopathy.

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Homeopathy for Infants

Guest Post Written by Dr. Syed Furqan Ahmed (The Author) INTRODUCTION Infants are a gift of life to human race, a little one in anguish is the last thing anyone would want to see, but the fact is that these little lovely angels do get sick and very often they require medical intervention to return […]

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Science, Evidence-based Medicine and CAM…´s controversial!

Guest Post Written by Uta Mittelstadt (The Author) Introduction Patients are increasingly making their own healthcare their own responsibility, and are becoming more selective in what treatment and therapies they use in their recovery from illness. Dissatisfaction with conventional treatment that is indifferent of a holistic view of health, may produce more or less severe side-effects, […]

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Research awareness in Homoeopathy: A descriptive opinion based survey to see the prevalent research status

Guest Post Written by Dr. Saurav Arora (The Author) Title: Research awareness in Homoeopathy: A descriptive opinion based survey to see the prevalent research status Abstract: There has been a gain in momentum in homoeopathic research in last few decades as evident from various research studies and publications.  This spurt in research activities aims at clinical, physical, […]

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Introduction to the evolution, significance and utility of the Homeovitality Micro-DNA therapy system

Guest Post Written by Dr. Peter H Kay (The Author) Preamble. In recent years many exciting scientific discoveries have been made that have enabled the development of further beneficial applications of homeopathic remediation. As a consequence, the Homeovitality Micro-DNA therapy system has been developed by the merging of scientific discovery, alternative health care technology and the […]

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Homeopathic Treatment of Sick Plants and Trees

Guest Post Written by Vaikunthanath Das Kaviraj (The Author) Plants and trees do get sick like we humans do. Then what to do? Take the help of Homeopathy to revive and energise them. Agrohomeopathy is a branch of homeopathy where homeopathic medicines including nosodes and auto-nosodes are used by farmers and gardeners on sick plants and trees and […]

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Homeopathy Follows an Eternal Law

Guest Post Written by Iman Navab (The Author) According to an encyclopedia such as Wikipedia, the science of Astronomy (not to be confused with Astrology) is one of the oldest sciences. Astronomy is a natural science that deals with the study of celestial objects such as stars, planets and galaxies. The field of professional astronomy split […]

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Zinc And Its Use In Homeopathy

Guest Post Written by Debby Bruck, CHom INTRODUCTION The elemental mineral Zinc plays an important role in well being. Studies shows that zinc effects our sense of smell, the skin, the nervous system and mental faculties. Medical research shows zinc as a key element in the treatment of a range of diseases, for example type […]

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Ankylosing Spondylitis and Homeopathy

Guest Post Written by Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma, M.D. Definition Ankylos (Greek), meaning bent It has now come to imply something that restricts motion due to stiffening and may ultimately result in fusion. When the joint loses its mobility and becomes stiff it is said to be ankylosed. Spondylos (Greek), meaning vertebra itis, meaning inflammation […]

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