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Homoeopathy For All - August 2010 issue


Managing Conjuctivitis with Homoeopathy
Compiled by Bakson’s Deptt. of Clinical Research and Product Development Dr. Mudita Arora, Dr. Ruchi Singh, Dr. Bhavna Bamotra
Eye infections affect people of all ages and can be highly contagious. Some eye infections are minor and fleeting. But some lead to a permanent loss of vision. An eye infection is usually an extremely bothersome condition that causes much discomfort. This article explores a very common eye infection that is conjunctivitis and its homoeopathic treatment.
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Eye Problems caused by Modern Lifestyle
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
Our modern and fast lifestyle is responsible for several new diseases. Increasing use of computers, televisions, and other radiation equipments results lots of burden on our eyes. Let us see how this affects our eyes and what can we do to prevent it.
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Homoeopathic Management of Common Eye Problems at Different Stages of Life
By Dr. R. Valavan
Understanding different problems that occur at different age groups or different stages of life is interesting. Though there are many conditions, this article tries to explore frequently occurring common eye conditions for different age groups.
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Myths and Facts about Vision and Eyes
By Dr. Rajendra Kumar
There are many myths about vision and eyes, which have evolved as facts and are embedded in human minds and most often children are admonished wrongly because of them. Here are some myths and facts associated with vision and eyes.
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Dry Eye Disease and Its Homoeopathic Management
By Dr. Mansi Arya
Dry Eye Disease (DED) is a multifactorial disorder of the tear film and ocular surface that results in eye discomfort, visual disturbance, and often ocular surface damage. Although recent research has made progress in elucidating DED pathophysiology, currently there are no uniform diagnostic criteria. This article discusses the normal anatomy and physiology of the lacrimal functional unit and the tear film; the etiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis and homoeopathic therapeutics of DED.
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Glaucoma and Homoeopathic Management
By Dr. Swapan Paul
Worldwide, glaucoma is the second leading cause of irreversible blindness. As many as half of the individuals with glaucoma, however, may not know that they have the disease. The reason they are unaware is that glaucoma initially causes no symptoms, and the loss of vision on the side (periphery) is hardly noticeable. Homoeopathic medicines are often helpful to treat these cases successfully.
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Biochemic System >> Page 45
Pondering Views >> Page 68



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