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Laughter: Its Medicinal Value
by Dr. Frank S.K. Barar
Laughter is the emotional response of the human body to a humorous situation in life. Based on its extent and pitch it can be classified as a simple smile to a loud and compulsive laughter. It optimizes mind–body relationship and promotes a sense of well–being. It is a natural antidote to negative stressful situations. Read On

The Guru in Sanaatanadharma -3
by Dr. Rama Rao Vadapalli V.B.
The Guru and Sanaatanadharma go together. The aspirant, saadhaka, seeks the unification with the Divine with the aid and blessings of his Guru, who makes the ascent both possible and easy. Read On

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True and False
by Kamal (Kam) Joshi
The title says it all. I am going to guide you towards life’s amazing ways, to lead to the destination, the ultimate truth, that smiling is your only choice. Read On

Ambroise Pare: The Innovative Surgeon
by Dr. Frank S. Barar
Ambroise Pare (1510-1590), the great French surgeon is remembered for the radical change he brought about in the practice of surgery. The innovation was abandoning the cautery. Read On

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