Prevention is always better than cure. This manual provides the information necessary for the treatment and prevention of common and uncommon diseases by homeopathy. The work is an outcome of the experience of the masters and the author himself on homeopathic prevention of infections, surgical conditions and other acute complaints. It covers a wide range of diseases with their prophylactic homeopathic prescription. It is organised in alphabetical order for quick reference and lists over 200 illnesses and provides brief descriptions and suggested homeopathic treatment for each one. In today's time when medical bills are always a heavy toll in our pockets, this book on prevention comes as a sigh of relief. It features alphabetical arrangement of the diseases with preventive homeopathic treatment. It illustrates the role of homeopathic medicines for each disease condition as preventive as well as curative. It implies remedies for each disease with dosage and potency. It suggests homeopathic medicines that can be used in place of vaccination. It includes a list of homeopathic medicines which can be used as preventive for side effects of allopathic drugs. It covers pre- and post-operative homeopathic treatment.
Many of today's illnesses are often treated with a prescription for medication. But long ago, people battled sicknesses with roots, plants, and even bugs. Learn more about early remedies and the seemingly strange ways people tried to cure illnesses.
Stop! You have found it! This is the one. Your search for the answer to Healthcare Reform is over. This book is the one to read. Why? It is unique, concise, an easy read, informative, educational, and not bogged down by extra bulky text that only serves to thicken the book and confuse the reader. It doesn't waste your time with meaningless or superficial material. This book is written by a Board-Certified Physician specializing in Internal Medicine with many years of experience, an impeccable record, an analytical mind, and a lot of common sense. Instead of wasting time discussing the secondary and peripheral features of the chaotic ways of the Healthcare system, this "Insider" strips away the "nonsense" and simply educates the reader about the few "core issues" that are the REAL causes of the Healthcare mess. Only an insider of this caliber knows the "real deal." His insight is astounding. This quick read gets right to the point. After you are done reading this book, you are guaranteed to know all you need to know to understand the problem. It really is quite simple. You will be amazed! This book discusses the vital issues that you need and want to know. Will you be able to continue seeing a REAL physician or will the Primary Care Physician become extinct? How did our Healthcare delivery system evolve to such disarray? Who are the actual culprits behind the determination of what really goes on? Where do the Lawyers and Insurance companies fit into this equation? You'll be surprised! How much control over your healthcare treatment does your Primary Care Provider really have? What is going on behind the scenes? What should the public's role and responsibility be to help society get out of the mess?
This volume focuses on issues involving the inviolability of the human body and the decision to end life. The contributors explore the difficulties in framing a public policy that legalizes aid in dying, and return to the more general question of what is the most fair and effective relationship between private medical authority and public policy. In Part 1, biologists, ethicists, theologians and political scientists examine the issue of whether there ought to be limits to medical intervention. Although medicine has continually stretched the boundaries of intervention in the human body, new technologies of organ transplantation and genetics and the emergence of revolutionary drugs raise ethical concerns over how far we should go in moving from therapeutics to enhancement of the human body. Questions of inviolability also arise in situations where treatment of the foetus requires intrusion into the bodily integrity of the pregnant woman. The contributors debate what is meant by inviolability and where, if ever, it should be a matter of public policy. Part 2 brings together authors from bioethics, medicine, psychology, journalism and politics to examine the intensifying debate over the empowerment of patients in making decisions to end life.
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