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B.M.Hegde
Bariatric Surgery-Good, Bad and the Ugly
I love to remind the great surgeons not to go against nature under any circumstances, even for the sake of making big money
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Research
 
C. V. Krishnaswami,Y.Ramalakshmi
COVID-19: A Case Report of Ayurvedic Treatment of a Patient with Multiple Comorbidities
Despite the fact that the global bugbear viz. SARS novel corona virus disease -COVID-19- has become the only talking point with million unanswered questions and another million myths on circulation by multiple communication channels
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Phillip Shinnick,Laurence Porter,Joseph Maize
Control Mechanisms at Work in Human Consciousness and Perception
The following questions created the research presented here. Can one be scientific without using numbers (mathematics) or language but with reason and consistency?
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Issues, Inputs
 
D G Jain
A Rare Master
Dr. Belle Monappa Hegde, well-known as Dr B M Hegde, to professional fraternity and common man alike, has been chosen for the second highest civilian award from the Government of India recently. The honour Padmavibhushan comes his way in recognition of his relentless service in the field of medicine.
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Richard Smith
Two Shibboleths We Should Stop Repeating
When I connected to the FORUM annual lecture of the Academy of Medical Sciences recently I heard the president make two statements that you hear all the time—and might be called “conventional wisdom” —but are mostly wrong.
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K. Janardhana Reddy,T. Ramakrishna
Preservation and Propagation as Fundamental Physiological Principles Governing All Life: How Do They Apply to Humans?
Acid and alkaline balance in blood: The ratio of acids to alkalis in blood is generally 20:80.
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Elixir for Mental and Physical Wellness

Hymns, though chanted for religious and spiritual purposes, the benefits go well beyond spirituality.
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Light Pollution - A Silent Intruder

The invention of incandescent electric bulb by Thomas Alva Edison, slowly started changing the nightscape across the globe.
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When Cure Fails, Care Prevails

New inventions in the medical field have succeeded in adding days, months and years to the life of those with chronic diseases and critically ill.
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