Energy Medicine

A review of Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis by James L. Oschman. London: Churchill Livingstone, an imprint of Harcourt Publishers Limited, 2000. 274 pp. ISBN 0-443-06261-7 “ENERGY MEDICINE” INCLUDES therapeutic touch, craniosacral therapy, homeopathy, acupuncture, and numerous other alternative medicine practices. It usually implies a vitalistic philosophy: something immaterial produces life and health in a

Chiropractic Information in a Public Library

ABSTRACT Background:  Chiropractic is based on a theory that most disease results from spinal subluxation and interference with nerves.  The theory is not supported by experimental evidence nor recognized as plausible by medical scientists.  Chiropractic manipulation is known to cause infrequent but devastating complications including death and paralysis.  Despite this knowledge, chiropractic has been increasingly

Wired to the Kitchen Sink: Studying Weird Claims for Fun and Profit

After reading some particularly egregious nonsense, you have probably asked yourself; “How could anyone in his right mind believe that?” There is an answer to your question. In. fact, the person who believes the nonsense will usually provide the answer himself if you give him half a chance. Go to the source. Read the believer’s

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