Dr. Khalsa asks, “What do Music, Bacteria, and You All Have In Common?”

Full Article Music and Bacteria via Elephant Journal

“In medicine, we are taught from a foundation of basic medical knowledge, and build on this foundation as we continue learning, and as we gain experience from diagnosing and treating disease. We also seek advice from those that are the ‘experts.’ We follow policy and procedures to ensure safety and consistency by set standards of care. Many protocols are implemented so that steps and details are not overlooked when treating each patient. These should minimize harmful outcomes and improve the health of our populations at large. But as studies have indicated, this is not always the case……”

 

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I Was A Rifle Totin’ Yogi

Yoga and Cardiovascular Disease via Elephant Journal

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Dr. Khalsa, Your Patient Died

Yoga and Cancer via Elephant Journal

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