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Homoeopathy For All - May 2005 issue
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Diseases During Travel and Homoeopathy
A little forethought and planning, can make all the difference between an enjoyable, problem-free travel, or an unpleasant experience. Health, safety, accident avoidance and security are important aspects to be considered both before and during travel. Most such risks can be minimised by suitable precautions.
>> Page 17

The Meningitis Scare
Scare of meningitis or meningococcemia is creating a panic in people. Awareness is ofcourse the key to recovery and prevention but there is no need to panic. just be aware of the signs and symptoms of meningitis for a prompt action.
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Enjoy a Trouble free Holiday with Homoeopathy
Summer vacations are just around the corner and everyone is ready with their bags packed for a holiday. While packing for a trip the last thing one can think of is illness during the holiday. Exertion, change of climate, changes in food and water can trigger off variety of problems. Many of the problems encountered during a holiday can be managed with few handy inexpensive homoeopathic remedies.
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Travel Sickness and Homoeopathy
Dont’t let travel bog your down. Travel with some simple homoeopathic medicines to prevent common health problems faced while traveling such as jet lag, motion sickness, indigestion, earache, fatigue and others. Travel can be stressful, wreaking havoc on your mind and body. Sometimes it can take days to get back to normal due to the tiring journey. You can avoid suffering from these problems if you simply follow certian guidelines while traveling. You can also pack a small homoeopathic kit with you to prevent and cure the common troubles while travelling.
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Bahola Clinical Tips
Dr. V. Sundara Vardhan’s book ‘Clinical Tips’ gives hundreds of tips, many of which are not found in any other book. We start this monthly column, entitled ‘Clinical tips’, with the hope that the tips will prove to be of immense value for practicing homoeopaths. This month we focus on Homoeopathy in surgery and Meningitis
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Kali Sulphuricum The Oxygen Carrier
Kali sulphuricum or potassium sulphate is another tissue salt that aids in the transport of oxygen to each cell of the body. The deficiency of this salt leads to many symptoms that are a result of a deficient oxygen supply to the various organs of the body.
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Nutrition - An Insight with Homoeopathic Overview
Maintaining a diet or food diary is an effective means of maintaining positive health as well as promoting social health and mental health. It is possible through nutrition education and that is the relationship between quality and quantity of food to be taken. An attempt is made to brief the information about orientation of nutrition.
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Homoeopaths - Thoughts Views and News
Homoeopathic system of medicine is vast with unlimited scope for study, discussion and research. Homoeopathic fraternity fails to be able to discuss their cases or their experiences because of a lack of common platform. Homoeopaths are also unable to lay their hands on recent research and developments in homoeopathy. With a view to provide a platform to all homoeopaths-towards learning and discussion, we have initiated this column for the doctors.
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Characteristics of Magnesium Group of Remedies (Mg.)
A wise Homoeopath in preparing medicine for a patient, considers his age, temperament, his present condition and also his mental state. Dreams reflect the mental state of a person. Therefore, dreams form an inportant part of a homoeopathic prescription. The article presents the characteristic dreams of Magnesium group of remedies, which depict the mental state of the patient.
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Walking for Health
The article reviews some letters written by Dr. Hahnemann as they have appeared in “Samuel Hahnemann: His Life and Work By Richard Haehl” where he advises his patients regular- walks in, fresh air and the benefits associated with it. The credit goes to the genius of Hahnemann who realized the therapeutic role of regular exercise in.fresh open air in the early nineteenth century.
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Back Page
Pondering views by Dr. P.N. Varma on the role of homoeopathic medicines in treating various diseases.
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REGULAR SECTIONS
Letters To The Editor >> Page 14
Readers Queries >> Page 15
Product Watch >> Page 38
Book Review >> Pag 59

 

 

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