Archive for March 2017

Analytical Methods

By Mark Land, AAHP President April 1, 2017 When Samuel Hahnemann founded homeopathy at the end of the 18th century, he couldn’t possibly have fathomed the extreme capabilities of today’s analytical technologies. Most instruments currently used to assess homeopathic dilutions can resolve to below one microgram—that is to say, to readm more…

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The State of Technology in Homeopathic Medicine

By Jim Duquesnel, VP-R&D, Hyland’s, Inc. April 1, 2017 “Be careful what you ask for!” This phrase surfaces more often than I would like in the pursuit of advancing homeopathic technology. In six-sigma training years ago, I had admired W. Edwards Deming’s emphasis on quality as the reduction in variability readm more…

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Consumer Label Comprehension

By Mary Borneman, Sr. Director of Communications & Public Affairs, Hyland’s, Inc. March 1, 2017 It’s not news that the Internet and access to information has created what one could argue is the most knowledgeable consumer any business has ever had. From using crowdsourcing and reviews to determine the best readm more…

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Disclosing Relationships with Influencers on Social Media

By Deborah Kelly, public relations manager, Boiron USA March 1, 2017 The core mission of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is to regulate advertising so businesses won’t mislead consumers or engage in deceptive practices that would affect behavior or decisions about a particular product or service. One area of particular readm more…

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Outlook 2017

By Mark Land, AAHP President March 1, 2017 2017 is shaping up to be a year in motion—both for our industry and our country. With a new Administration and Congress, continued effects of 2016 statements and warnings from federal agencies, and even personnel transitions within these agencies, 2017 will be readm more…

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