Indian doctors protest against plan to let’ quacks’ practise medication

Indian Medical Association says short bridging courses for traditional healers will lead to army of half-baked doctors Indian doctors have accused the government of seeking to “sanction quackery” by proposing to allow homeopaths and others trained in alternative remedies to practise conventional medicine after taking a bridging course. Doctors at private hospitals held protests on …

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With Millions On HIV Treatment, AIDS Pandemic Tide Turns

Some 15.8 million people are now on HIV treatment and a five-year strategy to end the threat of a never-ending AIDS pandemic is starting to show outcomes, the United Nations AIDS program said on Tuesday. Estimates prove new HIV infections have fallen by 35 percent since the peak of the three-decade-old pandemic in 2000, and …

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Indian government: pregnant women should shun meat, eggs and lustful thinks of sexuality

Mother and Child Care leaflet also recommends expectant moms detach themselves from passion, rage, attachment Indias government is advising pregnant women to avoid all meat, eggs and lustful thoughts. Doctors say the advice is preposterous, and even dangerous, considering Indias already poor record with maternal health. Women are often the last to feed or receive …

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Murder Charge Dropped Against Twin In Hawaii Cliff Wreck That Killed Sister

A Hawaii judge has dropped a second-degree slaying charge against a woman accused of killing her twin sister by driving an SUV off a 200 -foot Maui cliff. The judge ruled Alexandria Duval, 37, be released after prosecutors failed to present enough evidence at a preliminary hearing to supporting a slaying charge, Hawaii News Now …

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Moov get into mindfulness with launch of’ Sanity& Self’ app for women

Moov, the wearable manufacturer best knows we its line of fitness trackers with their accompanying digital coach-and-fours, is today branching off into mindfulness. The company is the latest to join the self-care craze, with the launch of a new app focused on mindfulness and meditation, Sanity& Self. However, unlike most of today’s meditation apps, Sanity& …

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You Cannot Will Your Way To Happiness- You Have To Actually Put In The Run

The latest trend in pop psychology is preaching that happiness is a choice. many publishings suggest. others preach. And theres a certain extent of truth to these asserts. Most of us are more fortunate than we tend to give ourselves credit for. Many of us are capable of entertaining more pleasure than we regularly choose …

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5 Sexuality Toys Induced By People Who Have Clearly Never Had Sex

It’s generally understood that sexuality toys should exist to stimulate boning better. Well, try explaining that to the makers of these fucking products , all of which add borderline incomprehensible extra steps to what should be an easy, instinctive, well-lubricated function. ( Obligatory disclaimer: The following article is NSFW as balls. Like, it doesn’t have …

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Indian doctors protest against plan to let’ quacks’ practise medication

Indian Medical Association says short bridging courses for traditional healers will lead to army of half-baked doctors Indian doctors have accused the government of seeking to “sanction quackery” by proposing to allow homeopaths and others trained in alternative redress to practise conventional medication after taking a bridging course. Doctors at private hospitals held protests on …

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