SCOTLAND’s health boards are spending nearly £2 million a year on homeopathy services, according to new figures.

Some £1.83m was allocated last year towards the running costs of the Centre for Integrative Care, the only facility of its kind in Scotland.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde spent £1.33m on treatment and staff at the hospital, while other boards contributed more than £500,000.

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