Join The Homeopathic Community In Ringing Out The Old on December 29, 2010 and
Bringing In The New Era of Medicine 2011
The Entire Homeopathic Community Will Hear The Sound Around The Globe As All Homeopathic Organizations Support The NASDAQ Event
Along With The Grande Opening of The U.S. Homeopathic Graduate Program for Medical Students
President Todd Rowe, MD Honored to Make The Announcement
Dec 07, 2010 – [December 15, 2010] President Todd Rowe MD, MD(H) of the non-profit American Medical College of Homeopathy in Phoenix will ring The Closing Bell® of NASDAQ December 29th. The ceremony recognizes the opening of the first homeopathic medical school and doctoral program in Phoenix, and increases awareness of the importance of homeopathic medicine.
Please Add Your Bullet Points To Why Homeopathy Is Growing In Popularity In Contemporary Society Today
Increased Use and Popularity of Homeopathic Medicines A New England Journal of Medicine study indicated that over 50% of the public now routinely use alternative medicine. Homeopathy is the 2nd most common form of alternative medicine in the world today and the fastest growing.
Reasons for increase in popularity
Safe to use
Curative of chronic disease
For all ages and stages of life
Medicines regulated by FDA
In The Coming Weeks and Months
You Will Be Asked To Donate To Worthy Causes
The call to donate when we watch television, receive mail, read on the internet, walk down the street is ever present. Each of us has those special foundations and organizations we like and want to help provide their services. When you make your list of priorities, this non-profit may be on yours, especially when you are feeling good and in a generous mood. No one has contacted me or asked me about the school. I learned about it while surfing the internet and took the time to write this story to spread the word. I truly want to shout out loud! This great news can create a lot of attention for the homeopathic community, and graduate productive medical students in our field.
Background Information About AMCH
The American Medical College of Homeopathy is a 501c3 non-profit located in Phoenix, Arizona. AMCH offers doctoral, certificate and acute care programming throughout the United States. Incorporated in 2000, it has successfully graduated over 1,000 students since its inception. It is considered a center of excellence in homeopathic education, homeopathic research and homeopathic care. Its programs are licensed through the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education and its certificate programs are accredited through the Council on Homeopathic Education. American Medical College of Homeopathy
Ten Minutes of Your Time at 3:50 EST. You Can Join In The Festivities. Please let us know if you are at the closing bell of the NASDAQ or if you are watching December 29, 2010 to the live stream from Times Square of The Big Apple in New York City.
This is a LIVE broadcast of a 10 minute ceremony. It is available only at 3:50 Eastern time on December 29.
Instructions: A few minutes before 3:50 EST (12:50 PST, 1:50 MST; 2:50 CST;) one needs to activate the following link: (or cut and paste it into your browser)
At first, there will be only a picture of Times Square with the NASDAQ “tower”. At 12:50 PST the program starts. You can double-click the center of the screen to get a full-screen mode. (Pressing the “Esc” key – usually in the upper left of the computer keyboard returns to normal mode.)
Waiting to See Homeopathy Up In Lights
Recent Facts on Alternative and Complementary Medicine
According to CNN one-half of all medical schools now offer courses in holistic health care.
Almost one-third of American medical schools-among them Harvard, Yale, John's Hopkins, and Georgetown Universities-now offer coursework in holistic methods.
There are five homeopathic hospitals in Great British National Service.
One out of three drugs prescribed in Germany is an herb.
The World Health Organization estimates that between 65 to 80 percent of the world's population (about 3 billion people) rely on holistic medicine as their primary form of health care.
In 1993, American consumers spent almost $1.5 billion dollars on herbal remedies-ten times more than was spent on over-the-counter sleeping pills from grocery stores and drug stores.
Approximately $22 million of U.S. government money has already been spent on alternative medical research since 1992 at the National Institutes of Health and Public Health Services.
The American Medical Association (AMA), in Resolution #514, "is encouraging its members to become better in-formed regarding holistic medicine and to participate in appropriate studies of it.
Mutual of Omaha says it saves about $6.50 in covering non-standard (holistic) treatments.
One out of every ten Americans is under the care of a chiropractor.
In 1991, Americans made more visits to unconventional health care providers (425 million) than to conventional doctors (388 million).
One out of three Americans were using unconventional medicine in 1991.
Americans spent almost $13.7 billion on unconventional health care in 1991.
75 percent of that $13.7 billion (above) was out of pocket.
12 percent of Fortune 500 companies offer alternative medicine as part of their health care compensation packages. That percentage was expected to increase to 18 percent by the end of 1996.
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) A nationwide government survey of more than 31,000 adults on their use of complimentary and alternative medicine (CAM) showed that 36 percent of U.S. adults use some form of CAM.
The World Health Organization, estimates that between 65 to 80 percent of the world's population (about 3 billion people) rely on naturopathic or homeopathic medicine as their primary form of health care.
Worldwide, only 10 to 30 percent of people use traditional medicine, 70 to 90 percent use naturopathic and homeopathic health care.
74 percent of the American population desires a natural approach to health care.
Of the one out of three Americans who say they have used natural techniques, 84 percent said they would use it again.
Traditional Chinese Medicine has been chosen by the World Health Organization for worldwide propagation to meet the health care needs of the twenty-first century.
The U.S. government sponsors the use of acupuncture in drug rehabilitation programs.
"In a [Mayo Clinic] study of 50 patients, six acupuncture treatments given over two to three weeks significantly improved their symptoms of pain and fatigue." Time, 2005
"Americans make more visits to holistic health care providers (some 600 million a year) than to M.D.s and spend more money out-of-pocket to do so about $30 billion a year by recent estimates." Newsweek, 12/2002
"A recent study performed by the American Massage Therapy Association revealed that 28 percent of people received a massage from a massage therapist in the past five years, up from 17 percent in 1997. Eighteen percent said they had a massage in the past 12 months. That's 10 percent higher than was reported in 1997." American Massage Therapy Association, 8/2002.