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Teething necklaces, gels, and rings can be dangerous. Here’s what to use instead.
The FDA warns that jewelry marketed as baby-safe is anything but.
So, what’s the deal with homeopathy?
Excerpt: The Sawbones Book
Homeopathic and natural remedies aren’t the same thing—and only one of them is total nonsense
Therapies from nature sometimes work, but diluted dog rabies does not.
You shouldn’t feed poison to babies, even if it’s in a homeopathic teething tablet
Parents are still giving belladonna to children, despite multiple FDA warnings
Homeopathy doesn’t work for cows, either
To use fewer antibiotics, farmers are turning to pseudoscience instead
FDA Investigating Dangers Of Homeopathic Teething Remedies
The products may cause seizures and other problems
Homeopathy Is A “Therapeutic Dead-End” Says British Scientist
Could the treatments be losing steam in the U.S., too?
FDA May Start Regulating Homeopathy
At long last
Australia Declares Homeopathy “Useless”
Then again, Australia still thinks it's a good idea to cull sharks.
Homeopathy Company Recalls Products Because They Might Contain Antibiotics
Homeopathy: The medicine that's not supposed to contain medicine.