Correct Misconceptions about Hyland’s Teething Tablets


The National Center for Homeopathy has issued an action alert, “Help Us Correct Misconceptions about Homeopathic Teething Tablets.”

On September 30th, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a press release warning consumers to stop using homeopathic teething tablets and gels. The sensational and dramatic headlines that followed created a public scare and led to the removal of homeopathic teething products from the shelves of stores. This was met with wide spread “anti-FDA” sentiment in social media.

As of October 12, 2016, Hyland’s has not been made aware of any data that supports the claims in these reports. More.

  • Help NCH fight misconceptions about the safety of homeopathic medicines and spread the facts!
  • Share this NCH article (using this link:
  • Like and share NCH’s social media posts about this issue (
  • Share this blog-post from Living Whole that gives a great perspective on the issue.
  • Use the hashtag #saveteethingtablets to unite the conversation.
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