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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > November/December 2019 > CFI Survey on Homeopathy: Consumers Feel Scammed by Walmart and CVS

CFI Survey on Homeopathy: Consumers Feel Scammed by Walmart and CVS

Exposure to the truth about the pseudoscience of homeopathy leads a large percentage of consumers to feel ripped off and deceived by the two largest drug retailers, Walmart and CVS, to whom they entrust their health and the health of their families.

The survey, conducted by Lake Research Partners for the Center for Inquiry and generously supported by the Stiefel Freethought Foundation, asked respondents about how they make their purchasing decisions for cough, cold, and flu remedies at Walmart and CVS and about their general knowledge of the basic principles of homeopathy, an eighteenth-century pseudoscience that has been utterly disproven, having no medical benefits beyond that of a placebo.

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