Multiple Sclerosis :: Waddell Center Experts Conduct Multiple Sclerosis Symposium

Clinicians from the Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis will conduct MS Symposium 2007: Education, Support and Solutions, a free event for patients, caregivers and health care providers, on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Oasis Conference Center in Loveland. The Waddell Center is an affiliate of UC Physicians and the Neuroscience Institute at University Hospital and the University of Cincinnati (UC).

Radiation :: Screaming CMEs Warn of Radiation Storms

A CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) is a solar body slam to our high-tech civilization. CMEs begin when the sun launches a billion tons of electrically conducting gas (plasma) into space at millions of miles per hour.

Pharmaceutical :: Physician ties to drug industry stronger than ever

Despite the potential for conflict of interest, virtually all practicing physicians in the U.S. have some form of relationship with pharmaceutical manufacturers but the nature and extent of those relationships vary, depending on the kind of practice, medical specialty, patient mix, and professional activities, reports a study in the April 26 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

Physician :: US physician ties to drug industry stronger than ever

Despite the potential for conflict of interest, virtually all practicing physicians in the U.S. have some form of relationship with pharmaceutical manufacturers but the nature and extent of those relationships vary, depending on the kind of practice, medical specialty, patient mix, and professional activities, reports a study in the April 26 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

Contraception :: IUC is a preferred contraceptive of female

Intrauterine contraception (IUC) is very effective, with a failure rate of less than one percent (similar to that of sterilization), which is one reason why many female ob/gyns choose this method of birth control for themselves. In fact, research shows that female ob/gyns are nine times more likely to choose an IUC for themselves compared with women in general. Misinformation and misperceptions about the IUC may have contributed to its limited use among women in the U.S. to date.

Regular Medical Education CME meetings at Khanna, Punjab

On every last Sunday of each month, KHANNA unit of IIHP use to organize CMEs since last two years or so regularly where not only locals but homoeopathic doctors from faraway places use to come to learn & share their expertise. One more positive point of this class is that all the expenses are contributory which comes to be Rs40-60 or sometimes free per head including Lunch and tea snacks etc.

IIHP & Classical Homoeopathy spread its wings in J&K also

The day of 29th June (Sunday) 2003 will be remembered as the most auspicious day in the history of homoeopathy when first ever educative seminar on classical homoeopathy was organized in Jammu at Hotel Surya Excellency.Dr S.S.Vithal-National Vice President IIHP was the chief speaker who spoke on how to tackle acute emergencies with homoeopathy that too with single remedy single dose.Dr.Muktinder Singh (Sirhind) Joint Secty IIHP Punjab state br, Dr.JaiDev Sharma (Y.Nagar) National Executive memberIIHP,Dr.Jatinder Sharma(Jagadhari) G.Secty Haryana IIHP,Dr.Randeep Nanda(Chd) also spoke on their respective subjects (details follow).Though the total strength of institutionally qualified homoeopathic doctors is just about 130 in whole J&K still the organizers managed to attract so many delegates that too only in just a period of 17 days. Delegates not only from J&K but also from Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, HP participated.

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