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‘Doctors needlessly endanger the lives of their patients by excessive and wrongful use of drugs. More and more people are falling prey to iatrogenesis (doctor-inflicted illness).’ — R H Dastur, Veteran Physician
In the enlightened world we live in it is essential that every individual knows the how, why and when of drugs that he and his family are likely to use some day.
The purpose of this book is to facilitate effective and non-hazardous drug usage. This book has been designed as a family guide on medicines. It attempts to answer many questions in the mind of the patient and his family, and describes almost all the drugs used for common disorders, their correct use, and the need for medical advice.
Keep Your Mind Sharp With Sudoku
According to a recent study published in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, the more people engage in games such as sudoku and crosswords, the better their brains function.
Researchers looked at data from about 19,100 participants in the PROTECT study to see how often they performed word and number puzzles. Then they used a series of tests to gauge attention, memory, and reasoning.
In short, the more people engaged in puzzles, the better they performed on tests.