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Homoeopathy For All - August 2001 issue
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Focus on the Common Old Age Problems
What are the common old age problems? Can one take precautions to prevent them or minimise their effects? Can homoeopathy play a role in minimising the effects of these problems? How to take care of an old age patient in case of emergencies?
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Cataract, A Common Eye Problem of the Aged
Cataract or opacity of the lens is the most common degenerative condition of the eyes and the most common cause of blindness in the aged. Did you know that many homoeopathic remedies are available to prevent senile cataract? You can be saved from the pain of surgery or the fear of impending blindness if only you would start homoeopathic treatment on time.
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Women Disorders and Homoeopathy
Some gynaecological diseases have an increasing prevalence as a woman grows. Ovarian cancer and urinary incontinence are amongst them. There are ways to prevent cancer and resolve other problems in the elderly women. Read the article for women to learn about these problems.
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Drug Review
Old age comes progressively with gradual changes in all organs of the body. Conium maculatum is a remedy that manifests its action on such changes occurring in old age. It corresponds to the debility, hypochondriasis, urinary troubles, weakened memory, s*x**l debility and other symptoms found in the old age.
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Home Pharmacy
A home kit for the elderly should contain a few other medicines other than the normal basic home kit.
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An Overview of Geriatric Disorders and the Role of Homoeopathy
Prof. Dr. Diwan Harish Chand gives a brief overview of the common old age problems and how can homoeopathy help in such cases.
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Healthy Eating
Old people are physically less active and therefore need less food. Though it is difficult to change the food habits drastically at this age, but still the amount of food can be reduced and a few minor changes can be made as per the requirement. Helping the elderly choose wisely from among the food groups can improve their health and zest for life.
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Geriatric Care, Issues and Challenges before Homoeopaths
An article by Dr. Eswara Das, Deputy Advisor (Homoeopathy), Department of ISM & Homoeopathy on the present scenario in our country of geriatric care.
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Dental Health Care for the Aged
The effects of ageing on the periodontium and how to minimise these effects and take care of your dental oral health.
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Interview: An interview with Mr. S.S. Mongia, Acting Director General, of Help Age India.
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Product Watch
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Reader’s Queries: Answer to your queries by Dr. R.K. Manchanda
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Interact: Guess the right remedy and crisscross
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Astrology
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Back Page: Pondering views by Dr. P.N. Varma
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