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Ayurveda And All - July 2011 issue
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Ayurveda and Children
Ayurvedic Management Protocol in ‘Autism Spectrum Disorders’
Dr. B. Swapna & Dr. K.V. Narasimha Raju
‘Autism Spectrum’, known as ‘Autism Spectrum Disorders’ (ASD) or ‘Autism Spectrum Conditions’ (ASC), or ‘Pervasive Developmental Disorders’ (PDD) is a spectrum of psychological developmental disorders of lifetime, the prime period for the treatment intervention of which is Childhood. As ASD seeks therapies which deals physical, mental and spiritual planes of a sufferer, the above said treatment modalities (Providential Therapy being less important) of Ayurveda can be employed safely with a better yield.
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Ayurvedic Health Care in Wet Weather
Dr. Ankita
This article gives suggestions to avoid diseases related to rains and keep healthy during the monsoons.
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Ayurveda and Women
Chronic Female Pelvic Pain
Dr. Preeti Dass
Chronic pain in the pelvic region of women can be a frustrating problem. Read about the causes and management of this annoying symptom.
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Myths and Facts
Diabetes Myths And Facts
Dr. Paritosh Tyagi
Get your facts straight about diabetes in order to manage it better.
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Music Therapy
Proto-Ragas: The Birth of a New Concept In Indian Music Therapy
Dr. T. V. Sairam
Proto-Ragas have a positive impact on mentally challenged children. These ragas have an impact on the moods and behavior of these children.
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Healthy Foods
Figs, Figs Nutrition and Health Benefits of Figs
Dr. Mukul Anand
Probably one of the earliest fruits that man has ever known, figs are small and luscious fruits, with a chewy texture and a very sweet smell. Read on to know more about figs, including its nutritional value and various health benefits associated with eating the fruit.
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Ayurveda and Thyroid
The Pungent Taste
Dr. Krishna Iyer
Ayurveda considers all five tastes as an important part of one’s diet. We have already discussed the sweet and bitter tastes in our earlier issues. This month we discover the benefits of pungent tasting foods.
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Tourism
A Quiet Hill Station - Kasauli
Akash Kapoor
Kasauli is a cantonment and town, located in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The cantonment was established by the British Raj in 1842 as a Colonial hill station, 77 kilometres (48 mi) from Shimla, 65 kilometres (40 mi) from Chandigarh, and 50 kilometres (31 mi) from Panchkula, and lies at a height of 1,800 metres (5,900 ft).
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