17 June 2019 Welcome GuestVolume 10 No 40
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Heart Failure
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.”
The world seems to be suffering from heart failure in our medical jargon. Heart failure is not stopping of the heart but only a defective functioning of the heart. When one contemplates on the world affairs today one quickly realises that all players in this world have become heartless.
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Crystal Heart Intelligence Healing: Fundamentals, Protocols and Results
A patient comes for healing. Clearly, any description of the given situation also depends on who is viewing it. A child will simply say, I like the moon, I want to fly to the moon. A NASA scientist will define the same in terms of distance, gravity, payloads, propulsions, costs, time and so on.
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Thomas Mathew
The Physics Behind Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis
Nadi Pariksha or Pulse Diagnosis is an ancient Ayurvedic technique of diagnosis of diseases through the pulse. It can accurately diagnose physical, mental and emotional imbalances as well as diseases.
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Issues, Inputs
Richard Smith
Doctors and Patients Heading in Opposite Directions
Doctors and patients are heading in opposite directions: patients increasingly have multiple conditions, while doctors are specialising not just in organ systems but in parts of organs.
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Heartbeat at My Feet!
The eleventh radiant day of September, in the year of
twenty zero six;
The world continued to sleep, while my destiny sighted a
sturdy fix.
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Life Plaudits
The trees sway in delight, a flock of birds in flight,
The sun as always full of life emitting bright light;
Life is all about making it full of shimmering,
With shades of gray, blue and glimmering.
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Undigested, Yet Useful

Dietary fibre is the plant based carbohydrate, that unlike other carbohydrates (eg. sugars and starch), is not digested in small intestine. Though these nutrients in the diet are not completely broken down by the gastrointestinal enzyme, their role is no less in maintaining the health.
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