Medical experts have condemned homeopaths they accuse of giving false hope to coronavirus victims by offering bogus treatments. Across the country, hundreds of homeopathic practitioners have been identified using the pandemic to drive sales of “remedies” and consultations. The Times built a database together with the Good Thinking Society, a pro-science charity, to identify practitioners selling virus-related products …
Apr 13 2020
Mar 17 2020
Celebrating magic for social good Some performers use magic tricks to improve the lives of others, including work with disadvantaged groups, charities, hospital patients, schools, community groups, and those facing physical and psychological challenges. This use of magic brings wide-ranging benefits, such as building confidence and self-esteem, inspiring happiness and optimism, supporting physical rehabilitation and …
Mar 15 2020
Good Thinking’s Judicial Review concluded with strict conditions placed on the Society of Homeopaths
Our Judicial Review questioning the reaccreditation of the Society of Homeopaths was to be heard in court this week, but in light of the PSA’s new, strict conditions on the Society of Homeopaths, we have withdrawn our Judicial Review.
Mar 13 2020
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Feb 27 2020
Experts have warned that people seeking treatments and cures for coronavirus online risk being exposed to potentially dangerous homemade remedies and cybercriminals. Websites promoting bogus cures including bleach drinks, nasal sprays and even necklaces have appeared as the virus has spread to infect more than 80,000 people around the world.
Feb 13 2020
The Professional Standards Authority have today announced their decision to reaccredit the Society of Homeopaths for 2020, subject to a number of conditions. This follows their 2019 decision to reaccredit the Society – a decision we believe was unlawful, which is why we elected to challenge that reaccreditation via Judicial Review. As our legal challenge …
Feb 13 2020
Homeopaths have been warned by a government watchdog that they have three months to stop advertising therapies that claim to treat autism. The Professional Standards Authority (PSA) said on Thursday that it would be renewing its accreditation of the Society of Homeopaths on the condition it could no longer claim to treat certain conditions.