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Editorial
 
B M Hegde
Change! Thy Name is Science
Science is change. Anything that remains static does not qualify to be science in the true sense of the word
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Research
 
Abhay R. Salve
Relationship of Neck Pain, Back Pain with Triggers, Central Nervous System and Migraine
The disease of a particular system of the body manifest with some “cardinal symptoms” is a well-known fact
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Issues, Inputs
 
B M Hegde
Homeopathy: Science or Fraud ?
I believe that we are solely responsible for our choices
There is a raging controversy over Homeopathy, especially in the west
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Musings
 
Herbert Nehrlich
A Killing With Kindness
A balmy breeze
had hitched a ride
with early dusk
and whispered to
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Herbert Nehrlich
A Critic's Fate
The officer who would not like the name of borderguard,
took his green passport, open at the photo page.
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Herbert Nehrlich
Winter
As winter comes again this year,
its breath turns dewdrops into ice.
Out in the forest freeze the deer
our houses, refuges for mice.
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Herbert Nehrlich
A Path
The path is narrow,
potholed, with roots buttnosed,
green needles falling off
and sometimes cones.
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Turmeric, the Miracle Herb

Turmeric (haldi, curcuma longa) is a herbal product native to tropical South Asia
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Father of Medical Education: Hippocrates

Greek physician Hippocrates (B.C. 460 – 370) stood far above the rest of physicians of his day for his down-to-earth curative practices
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'Plague' in Athens: Was it really Plague?

About 2400 years ago, a massive and horrendous killer disease struck Athens in Greece
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