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    • 1.

      Health and Prayer and Success

      by Dr Leo Kady - 2006-11-27
      Health and prayer ... does it lead to success? They do not necessarily go hand in hand, but it has been demonstrated that there is a correlation.The Power of Positive Thinking, by Norman Vicent Peale...
    • 2.

      India - the Global Hub of Healthcare Tourism

      by Alfred Anderson - 2006-12-26
      The Indian healthcare sector has witnessed an unprecedented growth in the past few years. This phenomenal success is largely due to the increasing global demand for world-class healthcare facilities. ...
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      What Are Psychotherapists Doing To Their Patients And Their Practice With Their Offices?

      by Katherine Morris - 2006-12-29
      The unconscious mind becomes manifest in the physical world through the nature and placement of external, physical objects surrounding us. Could this transference or countertransference present in you...
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      Ideas, Concerns, and Expectations of patients

      by Peter Tate - 2007-01-08
      For the purpose of this article imagine yourself being unwell. Think of waking with a severe sore throat, lots of large neck glands and feeling pretty ropey. Would you go to your doctor? If not what ...
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      Why is It Important for Patients to Communicate Well With Doctors?

      by Peter Tate - 2007-01-08
      Put simply, the more the pair is in agreement about the diagnosis, the implications and the treatment of the perceived problem, then a plan suited to that individual becomes much more likely.Think of ...
    • 6.

      Power and the Doctor

      by Peter Tate - 2007-01-08
      Patients expect and often want powerful doctors; that is a doctor who has reassuring authority, who is apparently capable and whose pronouncements can reduce anxiety.One definition of medical or 'Aesc...
    • 7.

      The Health Belief Model Explained for Patients

      by Peter Tate - 2007-01-08
      This is the most researched and validated description of patient's beliefs about health and related matters, and it has five main elements.1. Our interest in our health and the degree to which we are ...
    • 8.

      Medical Plans, What Makes Patients Commit

      by Peter Tate - 2007-01-09
      When we consult with doctors we come away with immediate decisions on whether to follow medical advice or not. There are many reasons why we may follow our doctor's advice.The first and the best is th...
    • 9.

      Family Centered Hospitals Recognize Family Differences

      by Kathy Gupton - 2007-01-22
      How many times have you gone the doctor's office or the hospital and felt that the staff was not really listening to you? Sure, they listen to the symptoms that you are having, but then they are quic...
    • 10.

      The Positive and Healing Power of Humor

      by Jerry Aragon - 2007-01-25
      In the year 2007, I'm 61 years young, and I've been in the humor business for over 50 years, and I never get tired of putting a smile on somebody's face. Humor is not just a bunch of jokes gathered u...