SILICIC ACID and HERBS: A New Approach.
Various Clinical Studies have Proved that Silicic Acid as Sodium Meta Silicate, has a Synergistic Effect with concomitant use of Relevant Herbal Extracts when both are used in conjunction. Silicic Acid and Herbs Compliment each other and in fact, The Herbs Potentiate the Absorption, Assimilation and Response to Sodium Meta Silicate. Herbal Extracts are Known to Enhance the Bio-availability of Sodium MetaSilicate at the cellular Level and thus have a significant role to be a part of Silicic acid Supplementation. Interestingly, The Most Popular Brands of Silicic Acid Health Supplements, Available in the USA Market contain Herbal Extracts along with the Silicic acid as a major Ingredient.
emedinews: revisiting 2009
IJCP Group, Heart care Foundation of India and World Fellowships of Religions are is organizing emedinews: revisiting 2009, day long conference on the top health happenings in the year 2009 on 10th Jan 2010 at Maulana Azad Auditorium. There is no registration fee however advanced information is required. Top experts (Dr KK Aggarwal (revisiting 2009), Dr Naresh Trehan (what's new in cardiac surgery), Dr Anupam Sibal (A decade of successful liver transplants in India), Dr Ajay Kriplani (Current Trends in the Management of Morbid Obesity), Dr Praveen Chandra (The Indications of Interventional Treatment in Cardiology), Dr Kaberi Banerjee (IVF- Where We Stand Today?), Dr N K Bhatia (TTI infections), Dr V Raina ( molecular genetics), Dr Ajit Saxena (ED and male infertility), Dr S C Tewari (Nephroprotection), Dr. Ambrish Mithal (Diabetes), Dr Vanita Arora (ECG arrhythmias), Dr N Subramanium (Current concept in Male infertility ), Dr Neelam Mohan (Coeliac Disease), Dr. Sanjay Chaudhary (Eye Update), Dr Harish Parashar (aluminum toxicity), Dr Praveen Khillani (Whats new in field of critical care in past decade?), Dr Rohina Handa ( Whats new in rheumatology), Dr Ajay Kumar ( Fatty Liver), Dr P K Julka (Whats new in oncology), Mr. B.N.S Ratnakar, will deliver lectures
CME will be followed by lively cultural evening guest performances by Shabani Kashyap, Vipin Aneja and perfomances by medical professional singers Dr Praveen Khilnani, Dr Lalita and Dr N Subramanium, Dr Lata Tandon, Dr Arti Pathak, Dr Sudipto Pakrasi, Dr Harjeet Kaur, Dr Ramni Narsimhan, Dr Sanjay Chugh (on the drum), Dr Yash Gulati (Anchor) Dr Reshma Aggarwal (Anchor), doctors of the year award, dance and dinner. For registration mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We have crossed 1200 registrations.
1. PSB & Aviva is proud to be associated with Emedinews: Revisiting 2009. To know more about us, please visit our stall on day of the conference. http://avivaindia.com
2. Kindly enjoy not stop tea and coffe at NESTLE counter
3. Refresh yourself with mineral water, coke, soda and other drinks from COKE counter.
4. Silicic Acid is available as Sodium Meta Silicate in U.S.A and is being Launched in India During the IJCP Emedinews revisiting 2009 Conference at New Delhi on January 10th,2010.
Update about the conference
1. The conference starts at 8am at MAMC. Kindly collect your registration kit before that. The kit has pen, pad, folder, key chain, watch, lunch and dinner coupons.
2. Enjoy the soft drinks at the COKE counter round the clock and tea coffee at the NESTLE counter.
3. There will be no lunch time. Rice Kari, Puri Aloo will be available 9-5pm non stop, eat any time and attend the seminar.
4. Dinner will be cocktails, soft drinks, snacks and chhat party 5-9pm
5. Cultural hangama will be non stop 5-9pm
6. We have over booked the registrations. Facility for webcast and plasma TV out side the auditorium will be available.
7. The CME will be accredited for 9 DMC credit hours.
8. The program details are available at www.emedinews.org or www. emedinews.in
emedinews-revisiting 2009 Program
8.00 AM - 8.30 PM Dr KK Aggarwal Revisiting the year 2009
8.30 AM - 8.45 AM Dr Neelam Mohan, Advances in Paedatric Diseases ( Non Liver)
8.45 AM - 9.00 AM Dr S C Tewari, Nephroprotection
9.00 AM - 9.15 AM B.N.S Ratnakar (GM CBI), Presentation
9.15 AM - 9.45 AM Dr Ambrish Mithal, Newer treatments in diabetes
9.45 AM - 10.00AM Dr Harish Parashar, Aluminium Toxicity
10.00 AM - 10.30AM Dr N K Bhatia, Screening for TTI
10.30 AM - 10.40AM Anshu Gupta, Probiotics Update
10.40 AM - 11.10AM Dr Praveen Chandra, Indications of Cardiac Interventions 11.10 AM - 11.25AM Dr Sanjay Chaudhary, What's new in Lasik
11.25 AM - 11.55AM Dr Naresh Trehan, What's New in Cardiac Surgery
11.55 AM - 12.10PM PSB-AVIVA, Presentation
12.10 PM - 12.40PM Dr Anupam Sibal, A Decade of Succesful Liver Tansplant in India
12.40 PM - 1.10 PM Dr Ajay Kriplani, Current Trends in the Management of Morbid Obesity
1.10 PM - 1.40 PM DR Vanita Arora, Common Arrhythmias
1.40 PM - 2.10 PM Dr N Subramanium, Current Concept in Male Infertility
2.10 PM - 2.40 PM Dr V Raina, Molecular Genetics
2.40 PM - 3.10 PM Dr Kaberi Banerjee, IVF: Where We Stand Today?
3.10. PM - 3.25 PM Anil Chopra (Bajaj Capital), Mutual Funds
3.25 PM - 3.40 PM Dr Praveen Khilnani, Whats New in Critical Care in Past Decade?
3.40 PM - 4.10 PM Dr Ajit Saxena, Erectile Dysfunction and Male Infertility
4.10 PM - 4.20 PM Dr Ajay Kumar, Whats New in Gastroenterology
4.20 PM - 4.30 PM Dr Rohini Handa, Whats New in Rheumatology
4.30 PM - 4.40 PM Dr P K Julka, Whats New in Oncology
5.00 PM Onwards Cultural hangama and awards
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Letters to the editor
1. Let us all rise in action against this silly and short-sighted proposal to help the poor villagers. BRMS is not a solution to the need of the villagers, ASHA's and other trained nurses, midwifes, can do much more, can be trained in much more numbers to make primary healthcare more effective! All in all, the Govt. needs to start a PINK REVOLUTION in healthcare by injecting a massive 6 to 9% of GDP in Govt. healthcare system (from the measly 2% GDP of Govt. spending for healthcare to the poor), and make the dream of healthcare for the poor and needy in both villages, towns, and cities a reality, instead of blaming the poor doctors all the time! Let us rise against this and help the poor too, by making a public campaign for PINK REVOLUTION in Indian healthcare. Help me friends, and help all of India! (Dr NV Girish Kumar)
2. Dear K. K. Aggarwal & Family, Thanks a lot for your lovely New Year Greetings and for regularly sending the e-Medinews. We heartily reciprocate and add our own cheers to make the world a better and happier place for all. At the same time, the consequences of many decades, in fact, centuries, of deviant human behaviour cannot be overlooked or wished away. Especially, due to widespread distrust and deep-seated quarrelsomeness among the nation-states and religious communities, the path ahead is torturous and there will be catastrophes. The following prediction in the writings of the Baha'i Faith appears to be inevitable. "Adversity, prolonged, world-wide, afflictive, allied to chaos and universal destruction, must needs convulse the nations, stir the conscience of the world, disillusion the masses, precipitate a radical change in the very conception of society, and coalesce ultimately the disjointed, the bleeding limbs of mankind into one body, single, organically united, and indivisible." Dr. A. K. Merchant, General Secretary, The Temple of Understanding-India.