Friday, January 20, 2006
The serene and soothing effect of the classical music if played in a definite and researched pattern can cure not only diseases like asthma, spondylitis and diabetes but can also be helpful in removal of complications in the growth of child in mother's womb and normal child delivery.
Saturday, January 14, 2006
In a major step towards promoting Ayurvedic studies in the US and tapping its 40 billion dollars herbal market, India has cleared the proposal to send experts to teach Ayurveda in 10 American medical colleges.
Monday, January 09, 2006
Wednesday, January 04, 2006
Wednesday January 4 2006 10:07 IST
KANNUR: The Parassinikkadavu Ayurveda Medical College, a unit of the Pappinissery Vishachikitsa Society, affiliated to Kannur University in the district here, has started BSc. Nursing (Ayurveda) and B.Pharm (Ayurveda) courses.
The four-year course of BSc. Nursing, the first of its kind in the state, has 25 seats.
It is also for the first time in the state that a B.Pharm Ayurveda course is being conducted by a college.
The Gujarat Ayurveda University is the only other institution that runs a B.Pharm Ayurveda course now.
The course is designed to meet the increasing requirements of the Ayurveda medicines sector, according to the principal of the Parassinikkadavu Ayurveda College.
The courses are being conducted under the aegis of both the State Government and the Kannur University as there are no Ayurveda Pharmacy council and Ayurveda Nursing council at present to oversee the functioning of these courses.