Monday, December 30, 2013

Super- Skilling the Human Brain

A Free Talk On Topic "Super- Skilling the Human Brain" By   Mr.Sushant Mysorkar 3.30 pm at HELP

Mudra Science For Healing

A Free Talk On Topic "Mudra Science For Healing" By   Dr. R. C.Shah 3.30 pm at HELP

Friday, December 27, 2013

Elbow Pain

A Free Talk On Topic "Elbow Pain" By   Dr. S. T. Calcuttawala 3.30 pm at HELP

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Three Step Rhythmic Breathing

A Free Talk On Topic "Three Step Rhythmic Breathing" By   Mr. Deepak Dhingra 3.30 pm at HELP

Eye Donation

A Free Talk On Topic "Eye Donation" By Dr. Pushpa Gaikwad  3.30 pm at HELP

Monday, December 23, 2013

Secrets to a Happy , Healthy & Prosperous Life

A Free Talk On Topic "Secrets to a Happy , Healthy & Prosperous Life" By  Col Amarjit Nagi  3.30 pm at HELP

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Find Health Information on the Internet – Using a Planned Approach

A Free Talk On Topic "Find Health Information on the Internet – Using a Planned Approach" 
By Mrs Vasumati Sriganesh  3.30 pm at HELP

About QMed


Millions of consumers search the Internet to get more information about their health. And thousands of Web sites offer all kinds of health information. Some of those sites are reliable and up-to-date; some are not. How can you learn to distinguish between the good from the bad?

In this video Mrs.Vasumathi Sriganesh, Founder QMed tells us how we can conduct clever online searches on health topics.  The talk is an introduction to a systematic process of searching for reliable information. Learning to do so, will help one to not only find and use reliable health information but also make one able to intelligently talk with one's doctor.

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Back Pain

A Free Talk On Topic "Back Pain" By Dr. Vipul Khira  3.30 pm at HELP

Friday, December 20, 2013

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Energy Medicine

A Free Talk On Topic "Energy Medicine" By  Dr. Uday Shah 3.30 pm at HELP

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Attitude Changes Everything

A Free Talk On Topic "Attitude Changes Everything" By  Prof. Faredoon Kapadia  3.30 pm at HELP

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Yoga For Better Eyesight

A Free Talk On Topic "Yoga For Better Eyesight" By  Mr. Devang Shah  3.30 pm at HELP

Monday, December 16, 2013

Friday, December 13, 2013

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Kaya Kalp For Diabetes Management

A Free Talk On Topic "Kaya Kalp For Diabetes Management By  Dr. Muneerah Kuraishi  3.30 pm at HELP

Friday, December 6, 2013

Decoding Dementia

A Free Talk On Topic "Decoding DementiaBy  Ms. Anu Pilllai  3.30 pm at HELP

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Anger Management

A Free Talk On Topic "Anger ManagementBy  Mr. Ratish Rao 3.30 pm at HELP

Yoga For Knee Pain

A Free Talk On Topic "Yoga For Knee PainBy  Dr. Satish Pathak  3.30 pm at HELP

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Developing Mind Power For Healing

A Free Talk On Topic "Developing Mind Power For HealingBy  Dr. R. C. Shah  4.30 pm at HELP

Gain Freedom From Loneliness

A Free Talk On Topic "Gain Freedom From LonelinessBy Mr. Saradindu Chanda 3.30 pm at HELP

Monday, December 2, 2013

Taiji Qigong Healing Rejuvenation And Meditation

A Free Talk On Topic "Taiji Qigong Healing Rejuvenation And Meditation" By Mr. Carlton Hill  4.00 pm at HELP

Sujok Acupressure For Back, Knee, Cervical Pain

A Free Talk On Topic "Sujok Acupressure For Back, Knee, Cervical Pain" 
By Mr. Aminali Panjwani 3.30 pm at HELP

Saturday, November 30, 2013

Why do we Sleep?

This is a guest post by Ms.Darshini Shah (

As humans, we spend one-third of our lives sleeping, yet science has not revealed the reason behind our sleep (Harvard Medical School).  Scientists have drawn several central theories that examine understanding the need for sleep.
 The adaptive/evolutionary theory postulates that we are inactive at night and the transition from active and inactive sleep is essentially to conserve energy.  Conversely, a counterpoint argues that being awake and conscious is vital for safety and security.
            The energy conservation theory, considers that the main purpose to sleep is to conserve one’s energy demand and expenditure during periods in the night and day (Harvard Medical School).  Some scientists associate this theory with the adaptive/evolutionary one. The research has shown that metabolism levels reduce by 10 percent in humans when sleeping, and include body temperature and caloric demand (Harvard Medical School). 
            The restorative theory suggests that sleep revitalizes and restores our body and physiological responses, such as muscle growth, tissue repair, protein synthesis, and hormone release (Harvard Medical School).  Moreover, this theory also factors in cognitive functioning in the restoration and repair.  A recent study in October 2013, the findings had shown that the brain carries out a flushing of waste toxins during sleep.  The study purports that this removal in turn relates to human sleep.  More specifically, neurotoxic waste materials that collect in the awake central nervous system are removed through this restorative function of sleep.
            The last theory, brain plasticity, corresponds with the structure and organizational framework of the brain (Harvard Medical School).  This theory stresses that sleep is instrumental in brain development, from infants to adults who are sleep deprived and in relation to their learning and performance of tasks.
            In concluding, these theories do not fully evaluate the reason humans sleep, as there is no research support for each theory. Scientists have, however, construed that sleep has many important functions, namely sharpening one’s memory, increasing one’s lifespan, better quality of life, decreasing inflammation (e.g. that is associated with heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, and premature aging), triggering creativity, improving attention, concentration, and learning, decreases stress, immune and metabolism, and other critical functions.

This is a guest post by Ms.Darshini Shah

Obesity Management

A Free Talk On Topic "Obesity Management" By Ms. Pooja Shah 3.30 pm at HELP

Lose Fat Not Your Weight

A Free Talk On Topic "Lose Fat Not Your Weight" By Ms. Prema Kodical 3.30 pm at HELP

Friday, November 29, 2013

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Friday, November 15, 2013

Live Webinar Patient Advocacy Giving Voice to Patients 16 November 10am

The Patient Advocacy conference will be held at Nehru Centre, Mumbai on Saturday, 16 November, 2013 at 10a.m.  
We have organized a live webinar for those of you who are unable to reach the venue.  The webinar is brought to you by Health Education Library for People in association with Plus91 our Technology Partners.
To watch the webinar please click on this link:
The schedule of events is attached. We look forward to enthusiastic online viewers and audience at the venue
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 4th Annual Conference on Putting Patients First 
 Patient Advocacy - Giving Voice to Patients 
Master of Ceremonies:                                 Mr.Rajesh Jain 
PresentationsDr.Jaya BajajFamily Physicians as Patient Advocates – Reinventing Primary Care Practise10.00am
 Dr.Hemant MorpariaDoctors and Patients – a Love-Hate Relationship10.10a.m.
 Dr.Devdutt PattanaikPatients and Doctors in Indian Mythology – what we can learn from them !10.20a.m.
 Mr.Nrip NihalaniSocial Media and Patient Advocacy10.30a.m.
 Mr.Prabhakar RaoThe Story of JASCAP10.40a.m.
 Mr.Anup Soans Why pharma companies need to advocate for patients!10.50a.m.
 Mr.Dinesh ChindarkarPatients in the Digital World11.00a.m.
  Dr.Bhavin JankhariaWhy every doctor needs to be a patient advocate ! 11.10a.m.
 Dr.Nikhil DatarHow Patient Advocates Promote Patient Safety 11.20a.m.
 Mr.Aniruddha NeneHow Technology can empower Patient Advocates !11.30a.m.
  Keynote Address and Launch of BookMr.Darius KhambataKeynote address11.40a.m.
  Dr.Aniruddha Malpani Launch of Book – Patient Advocacy Giving Voice to Patients 12.10p.m.
  Q and A 1.00pm
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