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B.M.Hegde
Health Care System vs Disease Care
Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart
Health is defined by Richard Smith, the former editor of the British Medical Journal, as that state where one has “enthusiasm to work and enthusiasm to be compassionate”.
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Research
 
Phillip Shinnick, Laurence Porter, Marlon Raichel, Luli Beato
Whole Person Self Healing: The Green Tara Medicine in the South American Amazon and Influences to North America
This is a natural history overview of cultural medicine ceremonial in the Amazon and variation for this cultural heritage as these ceremonies proliferate North into a new cultural setting.
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Prabha Adhikari, Pratibha Pereira
Our Experiments with Geriatric Patients Admitted for Long Term Care at a Teaching Medical College, South India and Lessons Learnt
The Population in India is Greying rapidly. India has 120 nearly million senior citizens of which 4.1 millions suffer from Dementia, more than 40 million suffer from poor vision
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Issues, Inputs
 
Richard Smith
Humanity is Dying: Time to Switch to Palliative Care
We should accept that humanity is dying and switch from cure to palliation—just as wise patients do at the end of their lives. This is the core of an argument from Alex Jadad, a palliative care physician and magician
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Richard Smith
How might Artificial Intelligence Improve Healthcare?
Artificial intelligence, which few of us understand, might apocalyptically enslave humanity or release it from death . Some prominent scientists believe that robots blessed with artificial intelligence
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Autophagy - Body's Own Recycling
Autophagy is the natural, regulated, destructive mechanism of the cell so as to get rid of its unnecessary or dysfunctional components. The word autophagy originated from the two Greek words
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B.M.Hegde
If You Don't Know Where You Are Going, Any Road Will Get You There
There is no right way to do wrong
Mankind seems to be standing at the cross roads with reference to euthanasia, mercy killings.
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Oiling the Belly Button

The navel, clinically known as the umbilicus, is the point where the umbilical cord is attached to the foetus from the placenta of the mother's body to get nutrients and oxygen.
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Internal Timekeepers

Circadian (Latin circa, around and diem, day) clock, is the internal biological clock that organizes the internal and the external activities of the respective living being.
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Thus spake Einstein

Albert Einstein (1879-1955), the greatest physicist of the 20th century, was also a philosopher. Here are a few of his quotable quotes:
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Happiness is Within

Endorphins, known more commonly as happy hormones or feel-good hormones, are the neurotransmitters or natural opiate-peptide chemicals produced by the central nervous system and the pituitary gland.
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