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Congress demands on Andaman Homeopathy doctors

Port Blair, Sep 17 :The Andaman and Nicobar Congress today demanded for regularisation of services of 46 local doctors of the Islands, working on Adhoc and Contract basis for the past several years.

According to reports, all these 46 doctors from Andaman (Tribals and Non-Tribals) hailing Allopathy, Homeopathy, Ayurveda and Dental stream, had been serving in these remote Islands for the past several years and waiting for regularisation of their services.

” These doctors are local inhabitants of these Islands and are rendering their praiseworthy services even in remotest part of the islands, ” Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma, the president of Andaman and Nicobar Territorial Congress Committee, told UNI today.

Mr Sharma stated that these doctors appointed under NRHM from 2005 had left their services on account of remoteness of these Islands while the adhoc and contract doctors at present had crossed 35 years of eligible age for appearing in UPSC.

” But the Administration is empowered to relax any of the condition of recruitment rules, ” the ANTCC president pointed out.

Mr Sharma had already requested the Lt Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands to take up the matter with the Centre and UPSC for regularisation of the services of these 46 doctors. –UNI

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Dr Batra opens new clinic in Aurangabad

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Sep 29: After the successful launch of its new, international homeopathic clinics abroad in Dubai and London, Dr Batra’s Positive Health Care Pvt Ltd (DBPHCPL) expanded its presence in western India by opening its first clinic in the city

The state-of-the-art clinic, located at Nirala Bazar area in the city, will give treatment for chronicdiseases like respiratory ailments, hair loss, psoriasis, allergies, white patches, weight management, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), women and children ailments, lifestyle and stress-related disorders among others.

Addressing a press conference here, Dr Rushi Vyas, head of the Group, said Homeopathy is the medicine of the future and it will be appreciated in western India where the need for alternative medicine is fast expanding. Homeopathy is gaining increasing popularity as a safe and gentle system of medicine across the world. It addresses the underlying causes of acute or chronic diseases, rather than treating just thesymptoms of the disease.

He said till date, Dr Batra has successfully treated over 2.5 lakh hair patients and over one lakh skin patients. As per assessment report from American quality Assessors, 93 per cent of Dr Batra’s patients showed positive results, he said.

As part of its expansion plans, Dr Batra will open new clinics in places like Jammu, Jodhpur, Puducherry, Bhubaneshwar and Patna this year, he added.-UNI

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Homeopathy Medical College at Sri Lanka soon

The Sri Lankan government is planning to establish a Homeopathy Medical College in the country, Indigenous Medicine Minister Salinda Dissanayake said.

The minister was addressing scholars selected to study homeopathy medicine in Calcutta. They left on September 14 for their studies.

The Sri Lanka government provided air tickets free of charge.

The new Homeopathy Act has been presented to the Cabinet for approval. Under this, the ministry has the opportunity to develop this medical system. This medical system is easy to practise and cheaper than other medical systems.

The Calcutta University annually provides 10 scholarships to Sri Lanka for homeopathy studies. Thirty-five Lankan students are studying in India. Around Rs 3.5 million will be spent for this, sources said.

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Homeopathy minister Rajesh Tripathi come under Lokayukta

Uttar Pradesh Lokayukta Justice N.K. Mehrotra has found culture minister Subhash Pandey guilty of using his clout to grab public and private property in the state.

Pandey is the fourth minister to come under the Lokayukta’s scanner after homeopathy minister Rajesh Tripathi, dairy development minister Awadhpal Singh Yadav and labour minister Badshah Singh.

While Tripathi and Yadav have already resigned, Badshah Singh is likely to get the boot.

Pandey has been accused of grabbing several acres of land in the Kamalpur area of Jaunpur district and fraudulently transferring the land of a temple to one of his aides. The Lokayukta has ordered the Jaunpur administration to probe the charges against the minister.

Chief Minister Mayawati has shied away from punishing her corrupt ministers, but the anti-corruption movement led by Anna Hazare, forced her to make Tripathi and Yadav resign.

Subhash Pandey has been in the line of fire of the Samajwadi Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party for a while now.

The Lokayukta having him found guilty of land grabbing, has given the Opposition an opportunity to attack Mayawati.

“Eighty per cent of Mayawati’s ministers are corrupt. It is sad that she is running a government with the help of criminal and corrupt ministers. Instead of forcing her corrupt ministers to resign, she should step down,” leader of the Opposition Shivpal Singh Yadav said.

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Homoeo department beefs up preventive steps at Kerala

KOCHI: In order to prevent the spread of jaundice, viral fever and other related diseases in the city, the Homoeo Department has conducted three mega camps and various mini camps at different parts of Kothamangalam panchayat with the cooperation of various departments.
Steps were taken to prevent the outbreak of the diseases from spreading to other parts of the district under District Medical Officer. Camps will be held in Manjappetty, Puthencruz and Varappetty. Dr S Amrutakumari, District Medical Officer, Homeopathy, said that immunisation medicines are made available at all the government hospitals, NRHM Homoeo Departments.

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NRHM giving less salary to homeopaths at Jammu & Kashmir

mansoor (840)SRINAGAR, Oct 2:National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), aimed at establishing a better rural public health system in the country has been an average show in the state. Interestingly, the under utilization of this central government sponsored scheme is majorly due to the failure of the concerned state health ministry in working out the implementation part of the scheme.

National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) under which an ISM (Indian Science of Medicine) doctor practising in a far flung border area of any state guaranteed a minimum salary of Rs 25,000 is surprisingly paid a salary ranging between Rs 8000- Rs 16,000 in Jammu and Kashmir.

Not only this, the state government has not been able to fill up as many as 2500 various vacancies of health workers, health assistants, doctors and nurses/ midwifes, under NRHM in the state.

Even if this scheme entitles any AYUSH (ayurveda, yoga, unani, siddha and homeopathy) doctor who serves as a specialist, a doctor or even a para medico a salary above Rs 20,000.

However, in Jammu and Kashmir a doctor holding all the required eligibilities and serving in perilous border areas is given a meager salary which is not even half of what they are supposed to be paid.

The state health ministry, well aware of the huge disparity which the state based ISM doctors are facing has not been able to do much except formulating a proposal regarding an enhancement in the remuneration of specialists, doctors and paramedics, on which the final decision is still awaited.

Pertinently, due to NRHM insertion in the existing healthcare system, the mother and child health care indicators of the state have shown improvement over a period of time.

While replying to a question in the state legislative assembly, minister for health, Sham Lal Sharma said that the inception of NRHM based doctors in the rural healthcare system of the state has certainly been a great help.

According to a recent survey done to review the implementation of this scheme in the state, it was observed by the surveying authority, of Common Review Mission under NRHM , it was observed that there is a major shortfall of health practitioners who should be working in healthcare affected areas of the state.

The survey indicates that there has been a steady inflow of funds from the central government to the state of Jammu and Kashmir under NRHM. However, the state government has not been able to set up basic health services, hygiene, human resources and other amenities so far.

State Ministry for Health told legislative Assembly that another proposal for creation of 1947 posts of various categories of ISM department doctors has been submitted to the Planning and Development Department for approval. The Finance Department has also been approached to obtain the concurrence in this matter.

Meanwhile, to the issue of regularization of doctors in the primary and community health centers of the state, the concerned ministry said that there is no such provision under the said scheme.
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Homeopaths should provide evidences as we are in evidences

Though thousands of doctors pass out from the medical colleges every year, there is acute shortage of medical practitioners to serve in the Primary Health Centres (PHCs) located in the villages.

The doctors should be service oriented and serve the needy in nook and corner of the society, said Udupi Deputy Commissioner Dr M T Reju. 

He was speaking after inaugurating the two-day Homeopathic Conference-2011, organised by Father Muller Homeopathic  Medical College at the College premises in Deralakatte on Saturday. Dr Reju, who himself is a Homeopathy graduate, said that he being an administrator was critical about the doctors who are unwilling to work in the PHCs. “The government finds it hard to find doctors who are willing to work in PHCs located in the naxal affected areas. The money should not over rule the service aspect,” he insisted.

Criticising the medical practitioners and just passed out medical graduates, he said that many medicos are completely blind of what they are doing. With communicable diseases increasing day by day, the doctors should fold their sleeves and get set to address the major health anomalies. The doctors should be like the great visionary Steve Jobs who knew what he was doing, said the DC.

Responding to the problem addressed by the Deputy Commissioner, Nitte University Vice-Chancellor and wellknown orthopaedic surgeon Dr M Shantaram Shetty said that medical practitioners will be more than willing to work in the PHCs provided there is good basic infrastructure facility in the rural areas. “The lapse is not on the part of doctors, but it is the government which should create a congenial atmosphere for the doctors to go to rural areas and work.”

If a doctor is put up for duty in a rural area which lacks a good school for his/her child’s education, he said it would be wrong to expect the doctor to work in such an atmosphere.

Calling Homeopathy as a fantastic branch, he said that the time has come to integrate all the medical branches and offer the best to patients. “Homeopaths should provide evidences as we are living in the world of evidences and innovations have to be done in the branch,” Dr Shetty stressed.

Resource person of the day, Dr Praful Vijayakar, the founder of Mumbai based School of Predictive Homeopathy said that Homeopathy will be a success if the practitioners know how to use it in a right way.

“Homeopathy has never matched the results of Allopathy, because Homeopaths do not know the proper method of using it,” he said.

Father Muller Charitable Institution Director Fr Patrick Rodrigus presided over the function.

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Homeopathy in rural areas not comfortable to allopath’s – MPs

SHILLONG: Expressing concern over the lack of awareness about various health programmes of the government and underutilization of available schemes, an association of MPs has underscored the need for greater involvement of the elected representatives to sensitize the people.

The Indian Association of Parliamentarians on Population and Development on Friday conducted a seminar for legislators of Meghalaya,focusing on the implementation and status of various health programmes, especially the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).

Association secretary Manmohan Sharma said many benefits of the Central programmes were not known even to the legislators. “The elected representatives should know and get involved in the grassroots level. There are a lot of funds available, but sadly money is lying and is returned unspent. Fund utilization is not up to mark,” he said.

Observing that the infant mortality rate and maternal mortality rates were a matter of grave concern, he indicated that lack of awareness among the people has led to the dismal health parameters. “Officers cannot convey everything. Villagers tend to listen to their elected representatives more. We have to change their mindset,” the Parliamentarian emphasized.

He also suggested dissemination of other systems of medicine such as Ayurveda and homeopathy in rural areas as sections of people were not comfortable with the allopathic system and had inhibitions.

Twenty-five MLAs, including Speaker Charles Pyngrope, chief minister Mukul Sangma and opposition leader Conrad Sangma, attended the seminar that dwelt at length on the problems in the health sector in the state’s rural belts.

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Joint Allopathic, Homeopathic efforts to curb dengue at Pakistan

Islamabad—A joint effort of Homeopathy and Allopathy physicians for finding out complete cure of Dengue may produce positive results and help get rid of the fatal disease.

It is not a war between Allopathy and Homeopathy but time for medical experts from both fields to join hands and save lives of people, said Homeopathic doctor Zakia Hashmi.

Talking to mediamen she said, “According to a Hadith, every disease has a cure except for death. Dengue is no exception.” When Dengue Mosquito bites a human, it attacks on the immune system and the white blood cells (WBCs) and platelets start to decrease immediately, Dr Zakia said adding, platelet count in a healthy person ranges from 150,000 to 400,000.

It spreads when a normal mosquito bites a patient of dengue and then the virus is transferred from him to the mosquito making it a dengue mosquito, the doctor said. High fever, severe pain in eyes, severe body pain, nausea, itching and red spots on the body and in severe conditions, bleeding from skin, nose, teeth and large intestine may occur are common symptoms of the disease, she said.

Homeopathy doctor said the fever usually lasts from three to five days, and rarely more than seven days.“Dengue mosquito (Aedesaegpyti) originates from clean water. It is a day-time biter and lives in close proximity to humans in urban areas”, the doctor said.

Tests can diagnose this fever only after the patient has been affected by it for more than four days, Dr. Zakia said adding, Dengue fever can take a more severe form dengue hemorrhagic fever. Its symptoms include loss of appetite, vomiting, intense abdominal pain, shock and bleeding from the nose or under the skin and can be fatal if not treated on time, the Doctor warned.

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‘Doctors can recommend homeopathy’: Sweden court

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However, the Swedish Medical Association (Läkarförbundet) remain unconvinced by the court’s ruling, and want doctors to state clearly that homeopathic drugs have not been scientifically proven effective.

The controversial debate began when a doctor who recommended a homeopathic cure to a patient was put on probation by the Medical Responsibility Board (Hälso- och sjukvårdens ansvarsnämnd – HSAN).

Now, an indicative court ruling from the Supreme Administrative Court has torn up the probation sentence.

The court ruled instead that the patient was not exposed to any danger, and that the doctor used scientific knowledge when it was necessary, reported Sveriges Radio (SR).

Marie Wedin, chairwoman of the Swedish Medical Association, clarified the association’s stance on the matter to news agency TT:

“We believe treatment should be evidence-based, and evidence has shown that the absolute majority of homeopathic cures have not been proven effective.”

Wedin emphasised that she did not know the details of this particular case, such as the drugs involved, or which other treatment the doctor used parallel to the homeopathic cure.

Part of a doctor’s duties, apart from curing and easing pain, involve comforting patients, noted Wedin.

Occasionally patients themselves wish to try homeopathic cures, and in such cases she suggests that the doctor act as a sounding board that doesn’t necessarily have to say no.

“As long as the doctor is careful to point out that they personally doesn’t put trust in its efficiency, and that there isn’t any evidence to support it,” she said.

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Dengue fever Homeopathy did wonders during epidemics

The homeopathic system of medicine has a wonderful record of providing protection against the infectious diseases including dengue fever during the last 200 years. Only a few examples, taken from the history of medicine, are given here to illustrate the efficacy of the homeopathic preventive treatment.

In an epidemic of Typhus in Leipzig (1813), Dr. Hahnemann treated 180 cases of Typhus, losing only two patients. Mortality rate for conventional treatment was over 30%. In 1830’s during the cholera epidemics in Europe, the homeopathic doctors successfully treated 80% of their patients. During the cholera epidemic of 1849 in Cincinnati, with survival rate between 40-52%, those treated by homeopathy had a 97% survival rate. Homeopathy has also proven itself invaluable in preventing illness.

The worldwide influenza epidemic of 1918 killed 22 million people and homeopaths cured an amazing 98% of their patients! During the cholera and typhus epidemics in Europe from 1860’s to early 1900’s, people using homeopathy had survival rate of 50% or greater than those treated by conventional medicines.

In the smallpox epidemic of 1902 in Iowa, the homeopathic preventive remedy was given to 2,806 patients successfully. In the 1957 polio epidemic in Buenos Aires, a homeopathic remedy Lathyrus Sativus was given to thousands of people. Not even a single case of polio was reported in these individuals. In a 1974 epidemic of meningococcal meningitis in Brazil, 18,640 children were given a homeopathic remedy for prevention. Only 4 cases of meningitis occurred in these children.

The author has been working on the dengue fever for the last five years and successfully treated about 30 patients. Some of these patients had a very low platelet count. A plastic surgeon had a platelet count fallen to 51, which rose to 150 within two days of the treatment.

Immunology and Homeopathy began together in 1796 when Edward Jenner, father of modern immunology, gave his first small pox vaccination and German physician Samuel Hahnemann discovered homeopathy. A vaccine is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease. It typically contains a small amount of an agent that resembles a microorganism.

Hahnemann unlike his cotemporary Jenner did not limit the scope of his great discovery to the preparation of certain vaccines only. He went further and started experimenting vaccines on himself. He would select a diluted vaccine and take its repeated doses and then record the symptoms. Slowly and gradually his family, friends and students also joined him in these experiments. Through great sacrifices the hidden properties of the diluted medicinal substances were discovered and recorded and used clinically with miraculous results.

The writer has also given the preventive treatment to thousands of persons and never ever anyone of these got the dengue fever. The homeopathic vaccine immunizes the body against the dengue virus. My humble request to the society is to consider steps to boost the immunity of the body also along with procuring the fumigation and the platelet kits.

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Planning Commission Report on AYUSH systems in India

There   is   a   resurgence   of   interest   in   holistic   systems of health care, especially, in the prevention   and   management   of   chronic   lifestyle   related   non-    communicable diseases and systemic diseases.

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Homeopathy Colleges Admission 2011 at Tamil Nadu

Government announced the counseling for Indian medicine and homeopathy in tamilnadu from 13th to 15th October – 2011 for all colleges expect Govt. Siddha clg, palayagkottai and Govt. Ayurveda Clg, Nagarkovil.

Directorate of Indian Medicine and Homoepathy (DIMH), Arignar Anna Govt. Hospital of Indian Medicine Campus, Chennai is inviting applications for admission to various medical courses for the year 2011-12. Candidates can use one application forms for all the courses. Completed application forms with all the relevant enclosures should be sent to The Secretary, Selection Committee, Directorate of Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy, Arignar Anna Govt. Hospital of Indian Medicine Campus, Arumbakkam, Chennai – 600106. Following are details of courses, eligibility and application procedure

Courses: 1. B.S.M.S. / 2. B.A.M.S. / 3. B.N.Y.S. / 4. B.U.M.S. / 5. B.H.M.S.; Duration of the courses is 5 and half years including one year compulsory Rotatory Resident Internship. Eligibility Requirements: For B.S.M.S./ B.A.M.S./ B.N.Y.S./ B.H.M.S courses, candidates should have minimum of 50 percent marks in Biology or Botany and Zoology taken together. They should have minimum of 50 percent marks aggregate in Physics and Chemistry subjects. For B.U.M.S course, candidates should have passed in Higher Secondary Course (Academic) / +2 with Science subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Botany and Zoology) or its equivalent examination. Age should be seventeen years as on December 31, 2011.

Educational Qualifications: Applicants should have passed in Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (HSE) (Academic) conducted by the Tamil Nadu State Board / any other equivalent Board in a single attempt. For BSMS course, the candidate should have studied in Tamil medium up to X Standard or Plus Two. For BUMS course, the candidate should have studied in Urdu Medium upto X Standard or Plus Two. Last date for the receipt of filled in applications is 9th August 2011.

Tamil Nadu Homeopathy Council Election 2011 result declared

I, Thiru C. Soundararajan, Returning Officer for the Tamil Nadu Homoeopathy Medical Council, Chennai do hereby declare under sub-rule 16(i) of rule 6 of the Tamil Nadu Homoeopathy System of Medicine and Practitionersof Homoeopathy Rules, 1972 according to the largest number of votes given to each of the candidates mentioned below,that they are duly elected under clauses (i) and (ii) of sub-section (a) of Section 4 of the Tamil Nadu Homoeopathy Act, 1971 to fill-up Nine Members for a period of five years from 23rd September 2011.

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Women exposed to DES in the womb face increased cancer risk

NIH study followed daughters of women given diethylstilbestrol during pregnancy and found increased fertility problems and cancer risks

A large study of the daughters of women who had been given DES, the first synthetic form of estrogen, during pregnancy has found that exposure to the drug while in the womb (in utero) is associated with many reproductive problems and an increased risk of certain cancers and pre-cancerous conditions. The results of this analysis, conducted by researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, and collaborators across the country, were published Oct. 6, 2011, in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Beginning in 1940, diethylstilbestrol, known as DES, was used clinically to prevent certain complications of pregnancy. In the 1950s, clinical studies showed DES was ineffective for this purpose. In the late 1960s, an unusual occurrence of a rare cancer of the vagina among young women, called clear cell adenocarcinoma (CCA), was observed and subsequently linked to their exposure to DES while in the womb.

In 1971, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration notified physicians that DES should not be prescribed to pregnant women. However, between 5 million and 10 million pregnant women and babies had been exposed to the drug. It was manufactured under many different product names, and came in various forms, including pills, creams and vaginal suppositories.

“Our study carefully documents elevated risk for DES-exposed daughters for a host of medical problems—many of them also quite common in the general population,” said study author Robert N. Hoover, M.D., director of the Epidemiology and Biostatistics Program in NCI’s Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics. “Without the sentinel finding of a very rare cancer in young women, and without the sustained follow-up of those who were exposed, we would not know the full extent of harm caused by DES exposure in the womb.”

In this study, which included over 6,500 women (4,600 exposed and 1,900 unexposed), the researchers found that the daughters with exposure to DES while in the womb had an increased risk of 12 medical conditions, including a twofold higher risk of infertility and a fivefold increased risk of having a preterm delivery. (See table below for complete list of increased risks.) This study is also the first to estimate the cumulative proportion of all DES-exposed women who developed these conditions because of their exposure. Of all DES-exposed women, 1 in 5 will experience some level of infertility because of their exposure. And of all those exposed women who are successful in having at least one birth, 1 in 3 will have a preterm delivery due to DES.

Although DES-exposed daughters have about 40 times the risk of developing CCA than unexposed women, CCA is still a rare disease, occurring in 1 in 1,000 DES-exposed daughters. While the first women diagnosed with this condition in the late 1960s were adolescents and young adults at the time of their diagnosis, the research now shows that the risk for DES-exposed daughters continues through at least age 40. In addition, these women are more than twice as likely to develop pre-cancerous cells in the cervix or vagina (called cervical intraepithelial neoplasia) and have an 80 percent higher chance of developing breast cancer after age 40. According to the results of this study, by age 55, 1 in 25 DES-exposed daughters will develop abnormal cellular changes in the cervix or vagina, and 1 in 50 will develop breast cancer due to their DES exposure.

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The world’s cheapest tablet PC – Akash, priced at around Rs. 1,200, will now be available to students in the country as part of the government’s programme to expand education through information technology.

The tablet PC, named Aakash, will cost the government Rs. 2,276. It will be given to students after subsidising the price by up to 50 per cent, Human Resources Development Minister Kapil Sibal said on Wednesday while unveiling the device in New Delhi.

“The tablet is for Rs. 2,276 which includes taxes and cost of transportation. The government will provide subsidy of 50 per cent to institutes buying it. It will cost around Rs. 1,100-Rs 1,200 to institutes,” Mr. Sibal said.

An initial order of 1 lakh devices has been placed with device maker Datawind, Mr. Sibal said. The procurement order will be scaled up later with an aim to bringing down prices further, he added.

“If 10 lakh pieces are ordered, then it will be priced at Rs. 1,750 (cost to the government) which will include transportation cost and vendor’s profit as well. So, I have fulfilled my promise of USD 35 tablet,” Mr. Sibal said.

Mr. Sibal said he will ask telecom vendor ITI to manufacture it and will seek support of other industry players to scale up the production and reduce costs.

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