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Homoeopathy For All - October 2011 issue


Common Infant Illnesses - Seek Homoeopathic Care
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
More and more parents are looking for safer options for treating their children’s illnesses, especially babies. Homoeopathy is a safe option for treating common problems that affect infants.
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Acute Fever in Infants
By Dr. Mudita Arora & Dr. Ankita Singh
Fever plays an integral role in fighting infection and although it is uncomfortable, does not necessitate treatment in an otherwise healthy infant
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Homoeopathy for Infant Ailments has Always been the First Choice
By Dr. R. Valavan
Homoeopathy is a safe and effective mode of treatment for infant ailments making it the "First Choice".
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Engram – The Real Cause to Be Treated?
By Dr. H.Venkatesan
In this interesting write up the author highlights the influence of an engram in the human life even years after an incident, which may precipitate diseases.
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Vomiting – An Acute Emergency
By Dr. Swapan Paul
Vomiting is one of the acute medical emergencies (especially in children) among the digestive system disorders. It needs immediate treatment and management to avoid further complications. This study has been undertaken with an intention to discuss about very practical aspect of vomiting along with homoeopathic treatment. We have a considerable number of homoeopathic medicines which are sufficient enough to manage the cases of vomiting.
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Cigarette Smoking - The Growing Trend in Women and Young Girls
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
Women smoking in India has become more of a trend, with an alarming rise in the number of women smokers. There is a need to create awareness amongst people, especially the youngsters on the hazards of cigarette smoking.
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Problem of Urinary Incontinence in Geriatric Females
By Dr. Divya Agrawal, Dr. Subhash Chaudhary & Dr. D. Basu
Problems of UTI, bladder malignancies and bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) are all more prevalent in our geriatric population; but the greatest priority is perhaps the problem of incontinence. In conventional approach, medicines (not uniformly effective) and pelvic floor exercises (PFEs) are usually advised; and even surgery may be advised. Homoeopathy with its individualized approach can be a better option.
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Homoeopathic Treatment for Mental Diseases with Cases
By Dr. (Mrs.) B.S.Suvarna
The author elucidates the scope of homoeopathy in treating mental diseases with the help of some case studies.
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