Did You Know! IPRH is The First Exclusive Open Access Portal to Promote Research in Homeopathy Since 2011

Did you know? Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy (IPRH) is the first, exclusive, open access portal to promote Research in Homeopathy, running successfully since 2011! IPRH host Homeopathic Research Database which compiles peer-reviewed work in Homeopathy and currently holds 1000+ homeopathic research studies. IPRH publishes a free, quarterly, e-journal Research Updates-Homeopathy IPRH has published some of the key documents …

118 peer-reviewed publications on Homeopathy, High Dilution and Extracts by Prof AR Khuda-Bukhsh at IPRH

Version-2 ONLINE Now This compendium is the most updated work of Prof AR Khuda-Bukhsh who is a legendary scientist, devoted to research in high dilutions and homeopathy. Prof. A.R. Khuda-Bukhsh, Ph.D., is the former Head, Deptt. of Zoology, University of Kalyani, and Retired Professor Emeritus, University Grants Commission, Govt. of India, at the University of Kalyani. Dr. Khuda Bukhsh has devoted …

Indian Public Health Standards (IPHS) Guidelines – Some Useful Links

Indian Public Health Standards (IPHS) Guidelines for Sub-Centres Revised 2012 http://www.mohfw.nic.in/NRHM/IPHS_Revised_Guidlenes_2012/Sub_Centers.pdf (1.7 mb) IPHS Guidelines for Primary Health Centres Revised 2012 http://www.mohfw.nic.in/NRHM/IPHS_Revised_Guidlenes_2012/Primay_Health_Centres.pdf (1.2 mb) IPHS Guidelines for Community Health Centres Revised 2012 http://www.mohfw.nic.in/NRHM/IPHS_Revised_Guidlenes_2012/Community_Health_Centres.pdf (1.1 mb) IPHS Guidelines for Sub-District/Sub-Divisional Hospitals (31 to 100 Bedded) Revised 2012 http://www.mohfw.nic.in/NRHM/IPHS_Revised_Guidlenes_2012/Sub_District_&_Sub-divisional_Hospital.pdf (1.7 mb) IPHS Guidelines for District Hospitals (101 to 500 Bedded) Revised 2012 http://www.mohfw.nic.in/NRHM/IPHS_Revised_Guidlenes_2012/District_Hospital.pdf (1.76 mb)

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Diet Soda May Heighten Risk for Vascular Events

February 9, 2011 (Los Angeles, California) — Diet soda may not be the healthier alternative many had hoped. A new study suggests that the popular drinks may increase the risk for stroke, myocardial infarction, and vascular death. “People who had diet soda every day experienced a 61% higher risk of vascular events than those who reported drinking no soda,” lead …