Injuries and Wounds
The Cardiovascular System
The cardiovascular system and the lymphatic system form what is collectively called the circulatory system.
The Digestive System
It is the job of the digestive system to take the complex organic molecules of the foods we ingest—proteins, carbohydrates, and fats—and break them down into their simple building blocks. This process is called digestion
The Endocrine System
The endocrine system is the body's network of glands that produce more than fifty different known hormones or chemical messengers to maintain and regulate basic bodily functions.
The Integumentary System
The integumentary system, formed by the skin, hair, nails, and associated glands, enwraps the body.
The Lymphatic System
The lymphatic system is often considered part of the cardiovascular system.
The Muscular System
The muscular system is the body's network of tissues that controls movement both of the body and within it.
History of Homśopathy : Its Origin ; Its Conflicts.
The history of homoeopathy is the indictment of he medical profession. A physician distinguished above his
fellows for his services to medicine, chemistry and pharmacology, endowed with quite a phenomenal talent for
ancient and modern languages.
Introducing - Homeopathy
Homeopathy is the system of medicine which works on the principle of 'like cures like'
Principles of Homeopathy
This is the law of similars. It states that 'that which can cause can cure'. The onion, which produces tears in the
eye and irritation (similar to a cold), can be used as a homeopathic medicine to cure colds which have irritating tears.
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