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...er, so the NHS study says that normal doses of Aspirin increase bleeding time (sudden recall of James Robertson Justice here), whereas Homeopathic Aspirin - i.e. Aspirin that has no Aspirin in it, would reduce the bleeding time. Like DOH! Bleedin' obvious, or what!?

who agreed to this criteria as a measure of homeopathic effectiveness?

Let me see, hitting someone on the head with a hammer causes severe injuries.... However, using a homopathic hammer will reduce the injury rate...

WTF... there are times when....

Thu, 18 Feb 2010 14:44:00 UTC | #442133