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Emotional disturbance (Grief) and psychosomatic diseases by Dr Suhail Shiekh

Definition: Grief can be described as the intense emotional and physical reaction that an individual experiences following the death of a loved one or any other incidences in life leading to any type of loses or disappointments. Introduction: Grief is a natural, healthy emotion and is an important part of being human. If you can allow the process to work, without trying to interfere, then you are more than likely to resolve it yourself. But if you allow the grief

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Whither Homoeopathy by Dr V Krishnamurthy

WHITHER HOMOEOPATHY?What the hell is going on in the name of homoeopathic practice? Our question is simple. What is the remedy that would have cured Nirbhaya of Delhi, in one single dose? A practitioner ought to keep these remedies in his fingertips!Dr. Hahnemann, in his own time, had remarked, "Many of my followers, I am sorry to say, are but half converts." That holds good even today. The seminars, articles in journals, so-called research papers, etc. are nothing but mockery of not only ho

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How shall we teach Materia Medica and Therapeutics by Eugene Beauharnais NASH, M.D.

In "ye olden times", and not so very far back either, the self-styled regular school of medicine pronounced surgery the "opprobrium of medicine". In these latter days the order seems to be reversed, and medicine has become the opprobrium of surgery. In other words it used to be. If you cannot cure, cut. Now it is if you cannot cut, cure (if you can). What is the reason of this? I do not believe it to be so much on account of the improved method in surgery, as in the fact that as compared with ou

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Hering's Law of Cure by Dr Roger Schmidt

For a series of facts and phenomena to be the object of a science, they must be united by real connections, submissive rules, principles and fixed laws. The scientific mind invents neither facts, nor their relations of causality any more than their laws and principles. Its mission consists in investigating, discovering 'them' and establishing them on a basis as solid as possible.Repeated observations and experimentation, which is only observation applied to artificially produced relati

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Fissure in Ano with Complications and Treatment by ORLANDO R. VON BONNEWITZ, M.D.

SINCE anal fissure is such a frequently occurring disorder in proctology and since in proctology and since the symptom are so well known, we will devote the short time at our disposal to discussing the less familiar features, complications and treatment of cases presenting unusual symptoms. A simple uncomplicated anal fissure will usually yield to a casual divulsion of the contracted sphincter muscles, but when diseased crypts, congested haemorrhoids or hypertrophied p

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