28 September 2021 Welcome GuestVolume 13 No 52
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Editorial
 
B.M.Hegde
Sunlight is the Be All and End All of Human Health
Niels Reyberg Finson was an Icelander who studied bothin Iceland and Denmark.
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Research
 
Rima E. Laibow,Ralph Fucetola
Safety and Efficacy of Nutrient Silver
This is an important question because some products can wipe out friendly bacteria that inhabit our large intestines.
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Thomas Mathew
Matter, Mind and Consciousness
What we see and feel as our body is called sthula sharira. It is made up of organs, organs are made of tissues and tissues are made of cells.
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Issues, Inputs
 
Tara Rajendran
Music and Palliative Care
Playing a musical instrument or listening to musicdemands an intriguing combination of every human cognitive function.
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Healer with Humane Touch
Dr. C V Krishnaswami - Editor, Indian Subcontinent,Journal of the Science of Healing Outcomes - passed away in Chennai recently.
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Integrated Approach Enables Covid Recovery
The fact that modern medicine and Ayurveda are complementary to each other has been proved yet again.
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B.M.Hegde
Hyposkillia
The Sad Demise of Bedside Medicine

Paris was in the forefront of new medical awakening and afforded golden opportunities to ambitious physicians in the eighteenth century.
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Richard Smith
Communicating About Climate Change: Think of Audience and Messenger
Climate Outreach, leaders in communicating about climate change, does not aim to proselytise, sell, or persuade, but rather fulfil people's “right to know.”
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Challenge Brain to Stave off Dementia

Engaging oneself in a creative or challenging pursuit as one ages, is not only fulfilling but also beneficial to the brain health.
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Tracing the Trail of Virus

Frequent outbreak of widespread diseases is not new to human civilisation.
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