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(hä′nə-mən, -män′), (Christian Friedrich) Samuel 1755-1843.
German physician and founder of homeopathy. He postulated that medicine produces symptoms in healthy people that are similar to those that it relieves in sick people.
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Kuzniar outlines how many scientists and physicians of the time (including Hufeland, Roschlaub, Wilmans, Kilian, Walther, and Reil) focused on the importance of the healing powers of nature, but that Hahnemann was unique in stressing not only the life force in the human body and throughout nature, but also in the remedy.
The great benefactor and sugar magnate Sir Henry Tate secretly bought a plot of land in Hope Street (described as the healthiest part of the city) and personally bankrolled the building of the great Hahnemann Hospital, meeting the full cost of PS20,000.
David Schildmeier, MNA spokesman, said Friday that the Memorial and Hahnemann nurses reached an agreement at 3 a.
Hahnemann completed his work on the sixth edition in 1842, while living and practicing in Paris with his second wife, Melanie, whom he had married in 1835 [7].
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It needed a fine save from Hahnemann to prevent Arsenal from doubling their lead.
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Hahnemann said: "The whole England team are under extreme amounts of pressure.
UNITED States keeper Marcus Hahnemann is backing Wayne Rooney to cope with the "extreme pressure" he is under to lead England to World Cup glory.
Hahnemann, who made three fine saves in the USA's 3-1 win over Australia on Saturday, said: "The whole England team are under extreme amounts of pressure.
MAGHULL Developments has secured six lettings at the Hahnemann Building, in Liverpool's Hope Street.
NEW YORK--Homeopathy has been around a long time, having been developed in Germany in the late 18th century by a physician named Samuel Christian Hahnemann.