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  • Editorial - Medical Published: Sep 10, 2015

    The present and future perspectives and goals of JGHD

    Digestive diseases are very common throughout the world and many have a chronic course and require regular checks for proper handling.The main objectives of this new journal are to disseminate work related to the wide variety of digestive diseases, presenting these through the study and analysis of well-designed series of…

    -Luis Rodrigo

  • Review article - Medical Published: Sep 03, 2015

    A Brief Overview of How Male Medicine Co-opted the Birth Process

    The term medicalization has been defined as the process by which non-medical issues come to be defined and treated as medical problems. There are no better examples of this than pregnancy and childbirth. Prior to the intervention of physicians and hospitals, most females delivered unassisted or assisted by a relative…

    -Leonard F. Vernon

  • Review article - Medical Published: Sep 03, 2015

    Herb -Drug Interactions –An Update on Synergistic Interactions

    Herbal drugs are bestowed with a number of properties due to which they are used in healthcare since ancient times. Several of them are reported to enhance immunity and natural resistance to disease and have recuperative power of the body. Such drugs are being consumed along with modern allopathic drugs…

    -Vijay K. Kapoor* and Sonia Singla

  • Editorial - Medical Published: Jul 30, 2015

    Happy International Yoga Day on 21 June 2015

    There should be balance in each of our life activity like in eating, sleeping, working, laughing, talking. We should try to avoid extreme in any condition. In ‘Marathi’ there is a saying Aati tithe mati (Any excess spoils the purpose). Laziness is bad, but workaholic is also bad. Yoga is…

    -RR Deshpande

  • Commentary - Medical Published: Sep 03, 2015

    Hyponatremia in Patients with Acute Decompensated Heart Failure – Marker of a Poor Prognosis

    Hyponatremia (defined as a serum Na < 135 mEq/L) is the most common electrolytic disorder in hospitalized patients, which poses diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. Hyponatremia, either at admission or hospital-acquired, is associated with increased duration of hospitalization, increased risk of adverse events and high risk of mortality. Patients who present…

    -Camelia C. Diaconu