Tag Archives: Dana Ullman

It’s 2017 — Let’s Get to Work for Homeopathy!

I know that many in the world are greeting 2017 with  trepidation.  The upcoming Trump presidency will have an uncertain impact on not only the United States, but the entire world. Many people I know personally are filled with fear … Continue reading

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Homeopathy — A World Treasure, Hidden in Plain Sight

In his foreword to my book, Impossible Cure, homeopath Richard Pitt wrote the following: “Like a hidden treasure sitting in a basement for two hundred years, the jewels of homeopathy need to see the light of day.” How true! At … Continue reading

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The Times They Are A’Changin

Fall is in the air — the end of summer, time for a new school year, time for the Jewish New Year too. In so many ways, fall always feels like a time of metamorphosis. The spring opens forward, but … Continue reading

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