The World Medical Association’s new Hippocratic Oath is re-energising but has two obvious deficiencies.
An AIIMS paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine on treatment of children suffering from drug-resistant epilepsy provided high levels of evidence about treatment.
The case of Soumya Swaminathan rising to the top ranks at the WHO is an exception.
Recent research is beginning to throw some light on whether eating meat during pregnancy impacts the development of the foetus’s brain.
Religion has evolved with Homo sapiens. It will likely fade away with further evolution when we have better regulation of our emotions and more refined ways of handling stress.
We now have a reasonably good scientific explanation for what Karl Marx so eloquently described merely on the basis of his observations of society and intuition.
Many experts believe that there is enough data to emphatically claim that violent behaviour is, in part, biological.
In a short time, we have made such tremendous progress that many diagnoses are now re-categorised based on the genes and mutations rather than based on the clinical manifestations.
We know that there is a biologic basis to the disorder that is stammering and that it goes beyond the affected person’s control.