23 July 2018 Welcome GuestVolume 10 No 39
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B.M.Hegde
Future Medicare System: An Integrated Approach
Men are disturbed not by things which happen
Modern medicine has become prohibitively expensive. It is going to be still more so with newer technologies invading medical diagnosis and management more and more.
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Research
 
Naylya Djumaeva, Ilhom Khusainov
Application of Torsion Fields in Therapy for Some Viral Diseases in Patients with Different Chronic Conditions
The authors report the treatment of different viral infections in patients who were successfully treated by application of antiviral medications which were placed into the Torsion Field formed by low laser radiation.
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Thomas Mathew
Quantum Physics Reveals the Secrets of Thridosha in Ayurveda
As and when Western Medical science evolved as an industry, people lost their belief in it and search for alternate systems of medical sciences has become a passion.
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Issues, Inputs
 
Richard Smith
Returning Health to the People
For the first two million years of humans there were no doctors. People were born, flourished, became sick, suffered, and then died without doctors.
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Friendly Bacteria

The Indian system of medicine Ayurveda sings paeans over the benefit of takra (buttermilk). As back as 1907, Nobel laureate Elie Metchnikoff had attributed the longevity of Bulgarian peasants to their yogurt consuming habits.
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Water is Vital

Thousands have lived without love, not one without water… Thus epitomized W H Auden the significance of water in his poem First Things First.
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An Indian Ode to the Sun God

The Sun is the source of energy for sustenance of life on the earth. Due to its immense influence on life, the Sun has been exalted to divinity and worshipped across the cultures by different names.
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