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Homoeopathy For All - July 2010 issue


Diabetes Mellitus in Children
Compiled by Bakson’s Deptt. of Clinical Research and Product Development, Dr. Mudita Arora, Dr. Bhavna Bamotra, Dr. Anand Bhati
The Diabetes epidemic is accelerating in the developing world with an increasing proportion of affected people in younger age groups and India has become the diabetic capital of the world. Let us read about this disorder and why is it on the rise, with its managment and homoeopathic treatment.
>> Page 13

Temper Tantrums
By Dr Savitha V S
Temper tantrums are disruptive or undesirable behaviour or emotional outbursts displayed in response to unmet needs or desires. It is very important for the parent to understand the psychology of the child and the perception of the world from the child’s point of view.
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Role of Homoeopathy in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
By Dr. R. Valavan
ADHD in children has a rising incidence, which is primarily characterized by inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity. Homoeopathy has been practiced to treat the symptoms of ADHD even before the name ADHD had been coined.
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Homoeopathy - A Light Isotopic Mode of Genetic Treatment
By Dr. Swarup Dutta
Unfortunately, almost since its inception a great deal of controversy persists on the question of scientificity of Homoeopathic potentised medicines. This is an attempt to explain the complex science behind homoeopathic potentisation.
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Treat Tonsils and Adenoids with Homoeopathy
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
Tonsillitis and adenoids are two most common affections that homoeopaths come across in their day to day practice. The efficacy of homoeopathy in treating both the disorders is well known and homoeopathy being a harmless, safe mode of treatment is a much sought after treatment for these disorders in children.
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Homoeopathic Management of Cerebral Palsy in Children
By Dr. Swapan Paul
In the industrialized world, the incidence of cerebral palsy is about 2 per 1000 live births. Cerebral palsy is caused by damage to the motor control centers of the developing brain and can occur during pregnancy, during childbirth or after birth up to about age three. The goal of management should be to use appropriate combinations of interventions to promote functions, to prevent secondary impairements, and to increase the child’s developmental capabilities.
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Biochemic System >> Page 41
Pondering Views >> Page 68



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