001. we're told in the ACSH post "Homeopathy is ‘Therapeutic Dead-End’, Researcher Finds"(2016-03-01):
"the American Council on Science and Health has repeatedly opposed homeopathy as unproven 'black magic' that in no way stacks up when compared to evidence-based medicine [...]";
"this sort of alternative medicine [...] not only doesn’t it work, homeopathy can be harmful [...]";
"Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council released a report confirming that evaluation to further denigrate homeopathy [...]";
interesting language, denigrate. Sounds too much like a bullying word, though, to me. I would have said something more like "further dismissing homeopathy's claims."
"the NHMRC report found that homeopathy was effective in fighting none of the 68 illnesses studied [...]";
"was effective in fighting none" is asking for misinterpretation. "Was not effective in fighting any" is better.