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Analog Medicine A Science of Healing

Author : Hamm DVM L., Ronald
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And So It Seems is a collection of short stories about the ironies that exist in all our lives. What seems to be is not always what is, what is expected is not always what occurs. My book, however, propels you forward and you discover truths around corners you might not have previously explored. Suddenly this hour, this day, a truth you did not see before is clearly evident . . . and so it seems, whether you are rich or poor, young or old irony always has the last word.

The Corners in Time

Author : Anne Wight Phillips
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Analog Medicine is a book that demystifies the healing process. I wrote it for my friends and colleagues who are struggling to become better healers. Healing and health represent a complex puzzle with multiple interlocking pieces. To solve that puzzle and see the whole picture, we have to successfully fit all the pieces together. We must study the complicated details of the individual parts while always keeping in mind how they relate to that big picture. Educated individuals typically err in this effort by concentrating far too much time and attention on the details of each individual part. The board certified surgeon and master acupuncturist are experts focused exclusively on different integral, yet isolated, parts of the total reality. To become healers, these technical experts must broaden their view of reality to encompass the whole. A review of the latest developments in other scientific fields such as physics, neurophysiology , linguistics and logic will help in this regard. Healing is a comprehensive process that spans all the dimensions of reality .It is, on a higher level, a quantum energy phenomenon that can not be accurately explained, described, or effectively manipulated using the limited format of Newtonian physics. Science now accepts an expanded, more energetic, view of reality. This new paradigm is expressed in the tenets of Quantum Mechanics. That logical format is the key to becoming a better and more effective healer. Analog Medicine outlines exactly how this can be done. It suggests a simple, logical, and scientific approach to healing yourself and others. This book is also about how we can integrate conventional medicine, alternative medicine, and spirituality into one comprehensive "Holistic" health care system. That system would be simpler, more effective, more humane, and much less expensive than the one in place today.

Thicker Than Blood

Author : Marion Crook
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The act of adopting children, and the processes and politics around it, have changed drastically in recent decades, mostly for the better. Still, many prospective adoptive parents remain bewildered or apprehensive, and those who have adopted find themselves struggling in ways they hadn't anticipated. Thicker Than Blood is a comprehensive yet down-to-earth look at adoptive parenting in the twenty-first century. Author Marion Crook's family includes two adopted sons; in her experience, adoptive parents need to acquire skills, knowledge, and a good sense of humor in order to deal with the emotional upheavals of raising adopted children. The book looks at all facets of adoption, including its dark history over the past one hundred years when it was seen as a lower-class option for desperate parents, or when children were taken from single mothers against their will. Today, adoption is much more open-minded?LGBT adoptive parents and adoptive single parents are now commonplace?yet challenges linger, from adoptive children suffering from PTSD to those dealing with issues of anger and abandonment. Crook gently takes adoptive parents through the process of adoption from childhood to adulthood, helping to demystify the experience with compassion and reassurance. Meticulously researched but refreshingly free of academic jargon, Thicker Than Blood will enlighten and empower adoptive parents and those who work with adopted children alike. Marion Crook is the author of twenty-one previous books which include novels and nonfiction for both adults and young people, on such subjects as women's health, teen suicide, and body image.

Journal American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association

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The Philosophic Foundation of Holistic Medicine the Deductions

Author : Ronald L. Hamm
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This book is about a revolutionary restructuring of the whole medical field according to the insights of modern science. The field today is an eclectic conglomerate of incompatible conventional and alternative medical modalities administered by disconnected specialists. In their present form all the different modalities have some degree of legitimacy, but none has a corner on the truth. Politics and contradicting philosophies prevent their individual truths from being recognized and integrated into a comprehensive holistic approach. The reason the modalities are functionally incompatible is that they have no common philosophic foundation. Conventional medicine's exclusive use of the material paradigm's algorithms and alternative medicine's heuristic approach both fly in the face of the reality described now by the modern sciences of Relativity, Quantum Physics, and neurophysiology. The solution is to restructure all the modalities of medicine from the ground up according to the tenets of a modern scientific algorithm such as Quantum Mechanics. Such an algorithmic contraction dramatically simplifies their protocols and makes them more efficient, effective and functionally compatible. The ultimate product of an algorithmic contraction of the individual modalities of medicine is a comprehensive system of holistic medicine the author calls "Analog Medicine". Analog or connected medicine combines the well established fix/cures of conventional material medicine with those aspects of alternative medicine's healing technologies that are congruent with quantum logic. In the quantum reality of analog medicine there must be an expansion of awareness to include the patient's higher dimensions, social, and environmental entanglements. Analog treatments address the full spectrum of the patient's reality: spirit, mind, and body. That context necessarily includes the mind set of the clinician involved, and their psychology of treatment is a critically important element in the therapy. The quantum mechanical version of medicine treats individualized patients rather than conditions and diseases. Analog Medicine puts the doctor back into the treatment and healing back into the medical profession.

Analog Science Fiction science Fact

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Using Medicine in Science Fiction

Author : H. G. Stratmann
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This book offers a clearly written, entertaining and comprehensive source of medical information for both writers and readers of science fiction. Science fiction in print, in movies and on television all too often presents dubious or simply incorrect depictions of human biology and medical issues. This book explores the real science behind such topics as how our bodies adapt to being in space, the real-life feasibility of common plot elements such as suspended animation and medical nanotechnology, and future prospects for improving health, prolonging our lives, and enhancing our bodies through technology. Each chapter focuses on a single important science fiction-related subject, combining concise factual information with examples drawn from science fiction in all media. Chapters conclude with a “Bottom Line” section summarizing the most important points discussed in the chapter and giving science fiction writers practical advice on how to incorporate them into their own creations, including a list of references for further reading. The book will appeal to all readers interested in learning about the latest ideas on a variety of science fiction-related medical topics, and offers an invaluable reference source for writers seeking to increase the realism and readability of their works. Henry G. Stratmann, MD, FACC, FACP is a cardiologist with board certifications in internal medicine, cardiology, and nuclear cardiology. Befor e entering private practice he became Professor of Medicine at St. Louis University School of Medicine and performed clinical medical research. Henry received a BA in chemistry from St. Louis University and his MD at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. He is currently enrolled at Missouri State University to obtain a BS in physics with a minor in astronomy. His professional publications include being an author or coauthor of many research articles for medical journals, primarily in the field of nuclear cardiology. Henry is also a regular contributor of both stories and science fact articles to Analog Science Fiction and Fact.

Digital Healing

Author : Marc Ringel
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Medical practice and research are inconceivable today without electronic computing and communication tools. Digital machines do many tasks orders-of-magnitude better, faster and more accurately than humans. Still, there are functions critical to the healthcare endeavor that people do much better than machines, things like: understanding and using natural language; perceiving what is unexpressed; taking into account values, culture, ethics, and human relationships; touching and healing. For the foreseeable future, the "smartest" computers will be no match for human beings when it comes to performing these most anthropic functions. American healthcare is at a critical juncture. Providers and patients are increasingly frustrated by degradation of the human relationships that lie at the core of the medical practice. Technologies, such as the computerized medical record, get much of the blame for intrusion into the patient-provider relationship. However, it is not technology itself that is to blame. The fault lies with how systems are conceived, designed, and deployed. This book analyzes how to organize the work of healthcare in a way that uses machines to do what they do best, thereby freeing humans to do what we do best. Smart use of electronic technology is crucial to the success of any bid to fulfill the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s triple aim to make healthcare more effective, efficient, and humane.

Bernard Lonergan s Method and a Medical Doctor s Approach to Healthcare

Author : John Raymaker
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Invitation to Holistic Health

Author : Charlotte Eliopoulos
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Provides solid principles and proven measures to promote optimal health and well-being using a holistic approach.