Homeopathy Journal

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As of 1st January 2018 The Journal of Homeopathy will be published by Thieme publishers.

A valuable resource for those in conventional as well as complementary and integrative medicine, Homeopathy publishes peer-reviewed articles that will appeal to a multi-disciplinary audience.

Homeopathy is an international journal aimed at improving the understanding and clinical practice of homeopathy by publishing high quality articles on clinical and basic research, clinical audit and evidence-based practice of homeopathy. It also promotes debate and reviews homeopathic literature.

For subscribers, there are personal rates as well as online and print options available. Authors can submit their work to Homeopathy knowing that it is the only homeopathic journal indexed by Medline, and that there are over 100,000 full text downloads every year.

Faculty of Homeopathy members can receive access to Homeopathy as part of their membership. Online access is provided via the Members' Area.  To find out more information or subscribe to the journal with a 'special introductory rate for your first year' please Click Here.

Highlights of the current issue

Prevalence of homeopathy use by the general population worldwide: a systematic review; Clare Relton, Katy Cooper, Petter Viksveen, Philippa Fibert, Kate Thomas
Overview: To systematically review surveys of 12-month prevalence of homeopathy use by the general population worldwide.

Individualized homeopathic treatment in addition to conventional treatment in type II diabetic patients in Hong Kong – a retrospective cohort study; Ka Lun Aaron To, Yuen Ying Yvonne Fok, Ka Chun Marc Chong, Yuen Chi Joanne Lee, Ling Shan Sandy Yiu
Overview: Glycaemic goals are not achieved in most patients with type II diabetes mellitus (T2DM), especially in those with long disease duration and taking multiple oral antidiabetic drugs (OAD). We aimed to investigate the effectiveness of individualized homeopathic treatment in glycaemic control.

High diluted and dynamised follicle stimulating hormone modulates steroid production in isolated porcine preantral follicles cultured in vitro; Laritza F. de Lima, Marcello Rubessa, Rebeca M.P. Rocha, Rebecca Winters, Derek J. Milner, Claudio C. Campello, José R. Figueiredo, Matthew B. Wheeler
Overview: This study investigated the effect of two different follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) preparations (diluted/dynamised and diluted) on the in vitro development and steroid production (estradiol, progesterone and testosterone) of isolated porcine preantral follicle after in vitro culture.

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