Gerhard Lingg - Director of Research - Health

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Dr. Lingg, Gerhard MD (AM) MSc EDUCATION:

Course of study at the Research Center for Nuclear Energy,
Seibersdorf (A)
Course of study at the University of Innsbruck for
Export Kaufmann (A)
Various trips to Australia, New Zealand and India
Studies at Central Kolkata Academy for Medicine and
Para-Medical Technology West Bengal, India, Institute of Medical
Technological Research University of Calcutta
MD (AM) MBBS / DMLT
Doctor of Medicine in Alternative System
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Science
Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technique
Participation in the Order of the Missionaries of Charity - Mother Teresa
Diploma in Physiotherapy
Member of the Bengal Medical Union, India
Private practice in West Bengal, Govt. Regd. No. 11967
Development and management of two outpatient clinics,
Human Life Care Center,
Sangha Seva Samiti in Jharkhali, Basanti, Sunderban 24 South
Parganans West Bengal, India
Nostrification to the Doctor of Science (Biology) in Dover, Delaware,
USA (cum laude)
Doctor of Philosophy in Religious honoris causa, Santa Clara
University, California, USA
Training as a certified psychiatric, neurological, and
general health and nurse at the State Hospital
Since rank (A)
Kant.approb.Naturarzt, health Recognized in private practice in Switzerland
European Diploma (Complementary and Integrated Health Sciences)
On Interuniversity College for Health and Development
@ inter-uni.net
Degree from the Universidad Azteca, Chalco, Mexico and the Universidad Central de Nicaragua (UCN) - Managua to the doctor in Complementary, Psychosocial and Integrated Health Sciences, June 2011

OTHER COURSES AND OTHER TRAINING:

Specialization in TCM - Traditional Chinese Medicine -
Focus acupuncture.
Acupuncture basic research in the framework of the Russian
Space Medicine-WA Sagrjadski Moscow.
Electrophysiological diagnosis (diagnostic reflex) with computer.
Digital quantum biology and medicine (Objective measurement methods in
of quantum medicine). According to Dr. Senekowitsch university. Graz.
Digital storage and transmission of low-energy
Bioinformation. According to Professor Endler, Dr. Senekowitsch.
Cellular Electromagnetic Control Panel.
According to Dr. Dietrich Empire Wine, Germany.
Biological monitoring of toxic substances Spec. Metals.
Linggsche quantity determination of active ingredients by
Electrophysiological biofeedback in the understanding of
Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Low-volt pulsed micro-amp stimulation of cell proliferation
Fblasts, Tcytes in neurolog. Disease.
According to Prof. David Chapman-Jones Univ.of Caterbury.
Messem of positive / negative influence on the menschl. Body.
According to Prof. Zagriadskii Moscow.
Biomathematics and medical computer science (study
biological processes using mathematical models).
After Univ. Anton Amann Innsbruck.
Homeosiniatry
Central and peripheral regulation diagnostics by means of cardio (HRV)
and Metamerieuntersuchung, heart coherence
The system of basic regulation by Prof. Pischinger
Biological Medicine by Professor Heine
Regulation of diseases by Lutz / Schole
Special diet for cancer, according to Dr. Johanna Budwig

Source: www.xing.com

Focus on stem cells.(Interview): An article from: Medical Update
Book (Benjamin Franklin Literary & Medical Society, Inc.)

6 Medical Myths Debunked For Christmas

2008-12-19 06:54:05 by cheaande


In a study published in the Christmas 2008 issue of the British Medical Journal (and not one of their prank articles), Aaron Carroll, M.D., M.S., and Rachel Vreeman, M.D., M.S., of the Indiana University School of Medicine, explore the science behind six myths commonly associated with the holidays yet relevant year-round.
Sugar makes kids hyperactive.
Suicides increase over the holidays.
Poinsettias are toxic.
You lose most of your body heat through your head.
Eating at night makes you fat

Not a good idea

2005-12-01 22:01:10 by -

BBC News World Edition
Driving after taking even small amounts of cannabis almost doubles risk of a fatal road accident, research suggests.
The French National Institute for Transport and Safety Research found evidence of cannabis use among 7% of drivers involved in fatal crashes.
However, the figure was dwarfed by the 21.4% who tested positive for alcohol consumption.
The British Medical Journal study was based on 10,748 drivers involved in fatal crashes between 2001 and 2003.
Research like this proves just how dangerous it is to take drugs, and then get behind the wheel of a car
Roger Vincent
All of the drivers had compulsory tests for drugs and alcohol

Dueling Professors

2007-08-18 09:46:42 by theUrbanHermit

But arguing on the other side of the debate and also featured in the British Medical Journal was Professor Ian Hickie.
Prof Hickie, of Sydney University's Brain and Mind Research Institute, said that increased levels of treatment has led to demonstrable benefits among patients, and therefore it was wrong to say that depression is being diagnosed too often.
He added that increased diagnosis and treatment had also led to a reduction in suicides and to the old stigma around mental illness being abandoned.
In addition, he said that although there have been concerns about new anti-depression drugs

They didn't pay for these studies

2004-03-07 11:13:10 by ButUStillWearARespirator

Lots of research on the topic:
Treasure, T., D. Waller, et al. (2004). "Radical Surgery for Mesothelioma: The epidemic is still to peak and we need more research to manage it." British Medical Journal 328: 237-8.
Leigh, J. and T. Driscoll (2003). "Malignant mesothelioma in Australia, 1945-2002." Int J Occup Environ Health 9(3): 206-17.
Lilienfeld, D. E., J. S. Mandel, et al. (1988). "Projection of asbestos related diseases in the United States, 1985-2009. I. Cancer." Br J Ind Med 45(5): 283-91.
Lilienfeld, D. E. (1991). "Asbestos-associated pleural mesothelioma in school teachers: a discussion of four cases

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They were initially rushed to the SSKM hospital, but were later shifted to Calcutta Medical Research Institute. all expenses for their treatment will be borne by Kolkata Police.

8 cops hurt as bus rams into Kolkata police kiosk  — Times of India
Both the chief minister and the city police commissioner visited the injured policemen at SSKM Hospital. On the chief minister's advice, all eight personnel were shifted to Calcutta Medical Research Institute (CMRI).

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