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B.M.Hegde
Homeopathy is dead, Ayurveda needs a science test, Nobel uvaacha?
There are, in truth, no specialties in medicine
It was Winston Churchill who once said that there are three important things in anything anyone says:
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Research
 
Yogesh S. Deole
How to Preserve and Protect Mental Health
Three Ayurvedic ways to prevent neuropsychiatric disorders

Mental disorders are prevailing rapidly despite of various advances in medical interventions. WHO reports 450 million people suffer from mental and behavioural disorders worldwide and Neuropsychiatric conditions account for 13% of the total Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALYs) lost due to all diseases and injuries in the world and are estimated to increase to 15% by the year 2020.
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Issues, Inputs
 
Sriranjini S Jaideep, G G Gangadharan
Contributions of Ayurveda for Personalized Medicine: An Overview
The year 2015 began with a landmark speech and decision by President Barack Obama on personalized medicine or precision medicine when he declared
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Gopal K Basisht
Prevention of Diseases and Building up Immunity
Practising modern medicine in the field of Rheaumatology for the last 50 years has been a rewarding yet frustrating experience. Advancements in diagnosis of diseases with the help of technology in laboratory investigations
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M S Baghel
Preservation, Protection and Promotion of Health
The definition of health by Sushruta and five domains(laws) responsible for the maintenance of health have been discussed in earlier chapters, will not be repeated and should be incorporated here.
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R H Singh
Rejuvenation of Health
Ancient Indian wisdom-Ayurveda is the oldest science of life and health care in the world, its antiquity going back to the ancient Vedas.
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Integrated Medicine and Whole Person Healing

The dawn of the 21st century saw the emergence of a revolutionary concept in the realm of healing. It has come to be known as the Integrated Approach to Human Wellness. It is also called Whole Person Healing.
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Great U Turn on Cholesterol

After more than four decades of sending out warning signals on cholesterol, the US Health authorities are reported to have made a U turn by pushing good cholesterols back to the “safe zone.”
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Dark Energy and Our Health

Many astronomers and scientists now understand what giant ultra-sensitive radio telescopes are projecting. It is about the movement of hydrogen atoms moving in the far reaches of the universe.
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