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For “Healthy lives, healthy people” let’s keep healthcare choices broad!

For the past couple of years, there has been an intense debate on healthcare in the United States of America, as healthcare reform legislation passed into law.  More recently, here in the United Kingdom, the debate on healthcare has also been heating up, with the coalition’s plans to radically alter the nature of how the […]

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Are you one of the 245,386? There IS another way for those who react adversely to drugs.

Are you one of the 245,386? In answer to a question put by Lord Pearson of Rannoch on Herbal Medicines in the House of Lords, the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health, Earl Howe, reported on records of adverse drug reaction (ADR) obtained from health professionals, patients and indirectly from the pharmaceutical industry via the Yellow […]

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The House of Lords and the British tradition of choice in healthcare…

In The House of Lords last week The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health, Earl Howe, was responding to questions about a particular non-western approach to healthcare… There were those Lords who approved of it (Lord Pearson of Rannoch, for instance), those who didn’t (Lord Taverne), those who wanted only a light touch for […]

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