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B M Hegde
Palliative Cancer Care
Self-absorption in all its forms kills empathy, let alone compassion
If all the world's cancer hospitals today were to be converted into palliative care centres it would be that much good for humankind
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Research
 
Phillip Shinnick, Laurence Porter, Christopher E. Mandigo
The Science of Whole Person Self-Healing: Global Treatments for a Traumatic Spinal Injury
The original Hippocratic oath. “ I swear by Apollo the Physician and by Asclepius...” In honor of Asclepius, a particular type of non-venomous snake was often used in healing rituals
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Issues, Inputs
 
Ramesh I. Kapadia
Healthy Longevity
Charak, the sage physician of ancient India enunciated in the following two immortal lines, the necessary attributes of a man to remain healthy
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Musings
 
Herbert Nehrlich
A Great Teacher
All year I had behaved,
with not a friggin' hair
or sound of dissonance
in sight for those who looked.
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Herbert Nehrlich
A Little Bit Of Darkness
It had gone dark in my world.
An invisible sadness, one of substance
drifted in, from a horizon so far
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Herbert Nehrlich
A Fishy Story
A trout who swam in murky waters
surrounded there by sons and daughters,
developed on a sunny day
a toothache, causing him dismay.
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Herbert Nehrlich
A Fragile Thing
The blower blows his glass
from heated quartz,
a bubble forms,
its walls so thin
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Snippets
 
Quantum Control to help Nextgen Medical Science

Quantum control promises to open up new avenues of diagnosis. It puts on card possible creation of tools to detect brain chemicals or biomarkers for neurological conditions and cancers.
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Coping with Old Age

Old age can be a blessing, depending on the way you look at it. Recent studies point out that there is no correlation between old age and depression.
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Your Mind is the Most Powerful Medicine

More studies are coming out to strengthen our belief that mind affects the body.
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