This article is a rebuttal to the article Modern Medicine Has Given Illness Care a Miss by Dr. (The piece is in fact recycled from this almost identical piece by him from November 2010.)In the 21 century, I could only echo that great sentiment as a truism, despite all the tall talk about the “so-called” evidence-based medicine. Hegde in the Open Page of The Hindu, dated February 18th, 2012.Thomson Reuters Checkpoint is the industry leader providing intelligent information to tax and accounting professionals — including expert research, guidance, technology, tools, learning and news.With our respected Quickfinder, PPC®, RIA®, WG&L®, Boskage and EBIA content, Checkpoint is relied on by thousands of professionals to understand complex information, make informed decisions and use knowledge more efficiently. Return to top Several early contributions to positive psychology were important including works by Jahoda (1958) and Maslow (1954).These early contributions were largely ignored in the recent [re–] introduction of positive psychology by Seligman and Csikszentmihalyi (2000).If I could point out a proverb in Tamil, “Aayiram paerai konnaathaan, ara vaithiyan! I wonder which “medical science” you are talking about. M.s (So-called Complementary & Alternative Medicines) and not Evidence Based Scientific Medicine (EBSM).” (it’s only when you kill a thousand people that one can become even half a doctor) – that was medicine for you in those days. I am sure you are referring to the medical “science” of S. A proverb is a short sentence based on a long experience. The same Voltaire has also said, “A witty saying proves nothing! Have you provided any good evidence for this allegation?
Again, in my opinion, these works by Maslow should be considered the primary sources on the topic of positive psychology.
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The study senior author, a professor of epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Juan Casas, says, we all need to cut down on alcohol intake as much as we can.
Casas states,”While the damaging effects of heavy alcohol consumption on the heart are well-established, for the last few decades we’ve often heard reports of the potential health benefits of light-to-moderate drinking.