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Partnership with the British Institute of Homeopathy

by in Blog April 3, 2020

The Arizona Homeopathic & Integrative Medical Association (AHIMA) is proud to partner with the British Institute of Homeopathy to offer you a distance learning course that meets the classical homeopathy requirements for the Arizona Homeopathic Medical License. The British Institute of Homeopathy provides an online homeopathic education and training, from beginner to postgraduate and professional […]

Homeopathic Options For Flu Remedies

by in Blog April 3, 2020

First, remember that the remedy must fit the person if it is to be maximally effective. Thus someone who has flu-like symptoms (fever, sore throat, muscle aches and fatigue with irritability) will respond better to one remedy, where someone who has the same flu-like symptoms but is whiny rather than irritable will respond better to […]

COVID-19 (Wuhan Coronavirus) Update

by in Blog March 16, 2020

There aren’t many scientific papers on COVID-19 as it’s emerging, and the most accurate we can be is to provide an informed clinical impression. Forty years ago, I made the decision to tell people not to smoke because it could cause lung cancer; however, it took 30 more years for the scientific community to prove this fact. The message should be obvious – Asking for complete scientific proof in this situation won’t provide an accurate understanding of the situation.

Corona virus – COVID-19 – is there a lesson in this pandemic?

by in Blog March 16, 2020

Corona virus – COVID-19 – is there a lesson in this pandemic? I can think of several, but the prime lesson to me would be that WE ARE NOT ALONE, the entire world is experiencing the same infection. So will our response be one of cooperation, to find the best way for everyone to deal with it, now that it is obviously here and factor? Or will our response be one of fear, closing our borders, isolating our citis, and trying to deal with it by putting up walls? We tried that with Mexico – and even in the places where a wall has been built, it does not seem to keep many people out.

When is Lyme Disease not Lyme Disease?

by in Blog March 16, 2020

Remember the old joke about “When is a door not a door?” It took me the longest time when I was a
small child to understand the answer to that riddle – “When it is a jar” was my understanding, and that
never made sense to me, until I finally realized that I was hearing only that which I knew, and not
realizing that it was actually a different word, with a different meaning.

COVID-19 Vaccine Shipped, and Drug Trials Start

by in Blog March 16, 2020

oderna Therapeutics, a biotech company based in Cambridge, Mass., has shipped the first batches of its COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine was created just 42 days after the genetic sequence of the COVID_19 virus, called SARS-CoV-2, was released by Chinese researchers in mid-January. The first vials were sent to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD, which will ready the vaccine for human testing as early as April.

Breathe

by in Blog March 16, 2020

Man breathes throughout his life. One cycle of digestion of food takes twenty-four hours. One cycle of respiration, or digestion of air, takes three seconds. During the course of a day, one breathes about 28,000 times. If one observes closely, he will find that every breath brings a new thought to mind or a new turn of repetition to an old thought.

Postural Asymmetries

by in Blog March 16, 2020

I enjoyed reading this article in our October 2004 journal. You see, it is May, 2005 and I am just now able to find the time to read the October 2004 JAOA Journal. Do you have a solution to this problem?

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