Daily Archives: 03/01/2018

The Medical Profession is at Crossroads

By Dr Mukul Kapoor | PUBLISHED: 03, Jan 2018, 17:04 pm IST | UPDATED: 03, Jan 2018, 18:03 pm ISTThe medical profession in India is perhaps at its lowest repute. No profession is today as abused by the Indian public, as the doctors. You see doctors being abused, ridiculed, accused of murder/corruption and called inhuman/insensitive […]

Mental-health IPO is a leap forward for China

By Adam Minter The number of Chinese registered as suffering from depression, anxiety, alcohol abuse, dementia, and other mental illnesses increased by 25 per cent between 2014 and 2016, according to Chinese authorities. By one recent accounting, they number 173 million. Only 20 million receive professional treatment. Long-standing social stigmas and a lack of treatment […]

Crosspathy

Interviewer: which pathy is the best? BAMS: Ayurveda is best with no side effects.BHMS: Homeopathy is best. It is best solution for all illness. Interviewer: what about allopathy? BAMS: Oh.. it has lot of side effects and lot of harmful chemicalsBHMS: It doesnt go to root cause. Our science is perfect Interviewer: So you dont […]

Battle of Koregaon

Battle of Koregaon : Lessons in Unity ByGuest AuthorPosted on January 3, 2018 (written by @TrueIndology and @Dimple_Kaul) It is unfortunate that in the year 2018, India is witnessing caste clashes which, if unchecked, could blow into a major civil war. We are seeing Media and “Youth” politicians like Jignesh Mevani and Rahul Gandhi adding […]

¬†Why IMA opposed the Bill

It’s not National as it does not represent all states. Vice chancellors are appointed by Governors and not states.  It’s not Medical as it mixes Ayush with modern medicine. Combining Ayush with modern medicine will be a trial and therefore Ayush doctors will leave Ayush, and Ayush mixed with modern medicine will be a potential threat […]

Nmc

*NMC bill has been forwarded to the Parliamentary Standing Committee. What you need to do?* 2 JAN 2018 — The Highlight:1. The strike called by the IMA went on for around eight hours today.2. The bill was referred to the parliamentary committee following protest from the opposition parties as well as doctors.3. The bill seeks […]

Self Portrait With Dr. Arrieta and the Medical Profession’s Tenuous Status in the Public Eye

Works by Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828) bridge the gulf in many ways, from the 18th-century European masters to the early seeds of modernism. In the wake of the revolution to the north and the Napoleonic Wars during his lifetime, tumultuous political and social upheavals in Spain impacted the artist, directly. Goya's artistic […]

Thanks

There was a bird who lived in the desert; very sick, no feathers, nothing to eat and drink, no shelter to live and kept on cursing his life day and night. One day, an Angel was crossing from that desert, bird stopped the Angel and inquired " where are you going?" Angel replied " I […]