In recent years, the popularity of homeopathic remedies has surged as people seek natural alternatives to traditional medicine.
With the release of the Clinton emails by Wikileaks, renewed interest in spirit cooking and the 2016 presidential campaign raises new questions to some old “put to bed” conspiracy theories.
In 1983, Dr. Strecker and his brother, Ted, needed to know the long-term financial effects of insuring the treatment of AIDS patients. As this information was not readily available in 1983, both brothers began researching medical literature to learn what they could about this relatively new disease. What they uncovered was so startling and hard to believe that it dramatically altered both their lives.