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Feb24
HEALTH AND NAMASMARAN: DR SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
HEALTH AND NAMASMARAN: DR SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR

Our existence is an amalgam of immortal spirit, which we call Brahma, Ishwar, God, Guru, true self, NAMA and so on; and mortal element, which includes our body with all its physical and chemical attributes.

The immortal spirit or true self is said to be continuous with the “self of the universe! It is said to be eternal, vital and blissful. It is said to be complete and the ultimate. The mortal part is the body.

Our consciousness links us with our immortal core; as well as the mortal periphery and keeps fluctuating between them. When it is predominantly associated with our mortal part, we live in disease and slavery and when associated predominantly with our immortal part, we are in health and freedom.

Being attached to our mortal part is retrogressive and manifests in sectarian and petty perspective, policies, planning, programs and their implantation and being attached to our immortal self is progressive (holistic evolution over and above organic evolution) and manifests in holistic perspective, policies, planning, programs and their implementation; in different fields of personal and social life.
Today’s health system does not seem to recognize this! It considers merely the crude and bodily signs and symptoms to classify health and disease! These criteria are peripheral and superficial and hence deceptive and misleading!

The innate and true sign of sickness is forgetfulness and dissociation from our true self! Hence the infallible way to achieve health and freedom; is getting increasingly merged with true self or the immortal core (NAMA) through the practice of NAMASMARAN (JAAP, JAP, JIKRA, SUMIRAN, and SIMARAN i.e. remembering God by any of His name).


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Feb20
cavitation
Cavity: a cavity is gas containing space with in the lung surrounded by a wall greater than 1mm thick (a gas containing space possessing wall 1mm or thinner is a bulla). The wall thickness up to 5mm is benign and between 5 to 15 mm may be benign or malignant and above 15mm is definitely malignant. see example in photo album nazira x-ray


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Feb20
cavity
Cavity: a cavity is gas containing space with in the lung surrounded by a wall greater than 1mm thick (a gas containing space possessing wall 1mm or thinner is a bulla). The wall thickness up to 5mm is benign and between 5 to 15 mm may be benign or malignant and above 15mm is definitely malignant.


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Feb18
LOVE AND NAMASMARAN DR SHRINIWAS JANARDAN KASHALIKAR
LOVE AND NAMASMARAN DR SHRINIWAS JANARDAN KASHALIKAR

Love is acclaimed as the best thing to happen in life!
But it is difficult to define love!
In simple words; love springs from within my heart and reaches the depths of the hearts of the others, when I am selfless!
How to be selfless?
The way to become selfless is simple.
It is not by trying to stop earning. It is not by trying to donate more.
It is by getting rid of subjectivity! What is subjectivity?
It is the urge to seek “my” wants, pursue “my” interests and assert “my” priorities and fancies; irrespective of the needs of the others.
How to get rid of the subjectivity?
Subjectivity is shed off in the course of the practice of NAMASMARAN. That is how I become increasingly selfless and love springs from my heart and reaches to the depths of the hearts of the others! This love is more benevolent and rejuvenating than anything else in the world!


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Feb14
case history of kamlesh
Kamlesh aged 17 years female from dwaraka delhi attened opd in very critical condition. Now after three months of treatment she improved a lot. Compare x-rays which are in photo album


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Feb07
BACTERIA IN HUMAN SEMEN MAY AFFECT HIV /AIDS TRANSMISSION
BACTERIA IN HUMAN SEMEN MAY AFFECT HIV /AIDS TRANSMISSION
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Human semen is naturally colonized by bacteria, and a new study suggests the microbes might have a role to play in both HIV transmission and levels in infected men.U.S. researchers found that bacteria in semen — the “microbiome” — play a role in local inflammation and in the production of HIV by infected men. They say the findings point to possible targets for reducing transmission of the AIDS-causing virus.
The study couldn’t prove that the bacteria was causing changes in HIV levels, and the researchers say more research is needed. However, the findings do “suggest an interaction between semen microbiome, local immunology and semen viral load,” wrote a team led by Lance Price of the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Phoenix.
Although HIV is found in many bodily fluids, the virus is most commonly spread through semen. In addition to sperm, semen naturally contains bacteria and chemical immune factors. One such immune factor is interleukin-1beta (IL-1b), which is involved in the body’s inflammatory responses.
“Higher bacterial load in semen could lead to higher IL-1b levels, which in turn could induce viral shedding [production], thereby increasing viral load,” the researchers theorize.
In the study, Price’s team analyzed semen samples from 49 gay or bisexual men. Of all the participants, 27 were infected with HIV. These men provided samples before they started antiretroviral drug therapy, as well as one six months later.
These samples were compared to 22 others taken from the men not infected with HIV.
The study, published July 24 in PLOS Pathogens, found that HIV infection appeared to alter the relationship between semen bacteria and immune factors. This affects viral load and could play a role in the sexual transmission of HIV, the team of scientists said.
Among the men with HIV who were not on antiretroviral therapy, the overall semen bacterial load correlated with their HIV viral load, the study found.
After examining the bacterial DNA in the semen samples of the men who did not have HIV, a total of 248 different types of bacteria were detected. On average, each sample contained 71 different strains of bacteria. However, immune factors were not tied to the amount of bacteria in the semen of these uninfected men.
In contrast, there was significantly less bacterial diversity in the semen samples taken from the HIV-positive men.
After taking six months of antiretroviral therapy however, semen viral load was reduced to undetectable levels. At the same time, bacterial diversity and semen composition became similar to the semen of the men who did not have HIV, the researchers said.


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Feb07
This Smartphone Attachment developed which Can Test for HIV and Syphilis in 15 Minutes working as mini laboratory first time in world
This Smartphone Attachment developed which Can Test for HIV and Syphilis in 15 Minutes working as mini laboratory first time in world
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A smartphone accessory that can detect HIV and syphilis has been developed by Columbia University researchers.The low-cost device can spot markers of the infectious diseases from a finger prick of blood in 15 minutes. It’s the first smartphone accessory that replicates all the functions of a laboratory-based blood test, according to the researchers.
The device was tested by health care workers in Rwanda who used it to analyze blood samples from 96 patients. The health care workers were given 30 minutes of training on the device, and 97 percent of the patients had a positive response to the device.
The findings were published Feb. 4 in the journal Science Translational Medicine.
“Our work shows that a full laboratory-quality immunoassay can be run on a smartphone accessory,” team leader Samuel Sia, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at Columbia Engineering, said in a university news release.
“This kind of capability can transform how health care services are delivered around the world,” Sia added.
However, one expert was more cautious about the possibilities of the device.
“This is a new technology that uses smartphones to detect antibodies against HIV and syphilis. Although an encouraging development, there are significant limitations, such as comparison with confirmatory tests in standardized laboratories,” said Dr. Ambreen Khalil, an infectious disease specialist at Staten Island University Hospital, in Staten Island, N.Y.
Khalil noted that the device might work well in areas where it is hard to get adequate health care and medical resources are limited.
“It would be interesting to evaluate its performance in other settings as well,” Khalil said.
The device—called a dongle—is small and light enough to fit into a hand, uses little power and will cost about $34 to make, according to the researchers.
“Our dongle presents new capabilities for a broad range of users, from health care providers to consumers,” Sia said.
“By increasing detection of syphilis infections, we might be able to reduce deaths by 10-fold. And for large-scale screening, where the dongle’s high sensitivity with few false negatives is critical, we might be able to scale up HIV testing at the community level with immediate antiretroviral therapy that could nearly stop HIV transmissions and approach elimination of this devastating disease,” he added.


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