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Conventional medicine & healthcare systems in a state of crisis
Health systems are in crisis, unable to sustain the costs of care. Conventional medicine’s focus on end-stage symptom management isn’t working, hence why we must understand the root cause of all ill so it can be prevented and/or truly healed.
The multi-symptomatic man
We live in a world where human ills are increasingly complex, where multiple chronic diseases, symptoms and disorders are the norm. How have we created the multi-symptomatic man, and what is the ‘antidote’?
Is disease just physical?
Have you ever wondered whether there was more to disease than just your physical body? Read on to find out.
Your body and disease – what does it all mean?
Is there more to disease and illness than we allow ourselves to see? Could it be possible that there are deeper reasons for it happening?
Truly seeing the truth of what is
Serge Benhayon’s Reading highlights how the best of conventional medicine can work harmoniously together with the true insight of Esoteric Healing and Esoteric Medicine.
I have a disease – can I feel well?
When you have a disease, can you feel ‘well’ or do you have to feel ‘sick’?
The forgotten side of dementia
We are in the middle of a new and burgeoning burden of disease. It is the forgotten side of dementia in the era that has prided itself on extending human life.
Back pain – what can I do?
Have you ever suffered from back pain? It is one of the commonest conditions experienced by people and is a major cause of suffering and sick leave.
Boys don’t cry: men in crisis
Why does it take so long for a man to see a doctor? Men are in crisis, dying before their time and the trend is increasing. Dean Pirera explores why men are so poor at looking after themselves.
What is the difference between care and cure?
What is the difference between care and cure? Both words originally came from the same word – isn’t that curious?
Are weight-loss pills or bariatric surgery the answer to weight loss for obesity?
This article questions whether weight-loss pills or bariatric surgery are the answers to weight loss and obesity, or do we need more individual responsibility?