Who would have thought one fishy question would draw so much attention? When we ran a Q&A piece asking, Can Fish be Treated with Homeopathy? people contacted us from far and wide.
And now, New Scientist has made a comment too – you can see it in the image attached.
It just goes to show that homeopathy is nothing if not comprehensive in what and who it can treat.
Read the Q&A that peaked New Scientist’s interest here: Can a Fish be Treated by Homeopathy?
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