Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by Saint, Feb 2, 2017.
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Is it now.
I see zero mention of evidence-based methods in their definition. Which is the salient point in the Wiki quote.
You can develop a very sophisticated system of treatment, with all the things they mention, yet it can be utterly useless if it is not grounded in determining - through evidence-based studies - whether those methods actually work.
And anecdotes don't count. (I went to a fortune teller once, but that doesn't mean my personal experience has any factual merit.)
But did you go to a Naturopath Dr. ?
No. They don't subscribe to evidence-based methods.
Did you go to a fortune teller? Would you accept me telling you that you have no opinion on fortune tellers because I've been to one and you have not?
What are these evidence based methods ?
It isn't a list.
It's a methodology - Science 101.
And it's kind of important to know about it if one is going to speak about healthcare.
Yes of course all the papers that have been proven and accepted by the FDA .
Which have there , " questions " , of objectivity .
Unable to parse; not a complete sentence. Rephrase?
As you wish. Comment stricken from discussion.
Strange that you choose not to be understood.
Yes, moringa seeds, oil and leaves can help address diabetes and it also assists in maintaining blood pressure.
Proposed: "Alt-medicine" be renamed "Dolt-medicine".
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