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Could Ayurveda Be the Cure for Ailing NHS?
by Drew McLachlan
Eastern Eye (UK) Translate This Article
1 July 2017
On 30 June 2017 Eastern Eye reported: As the NHS [National Health Service in the UK] shoulders a growing financial burden, the ancient Indian tradition of Ayurveda is being promoted as a way to take the pressure off doctors while helping people keep good health. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of health.
The [Second] International Ayurveda Congress took place in Hammersmith, west London from April 1 to 3, with 300 delegates, including doctors, lawmakers and researchers from Britain, India and beyond. . . .
Dr Rainer Picha, chairman of the International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation* in the Netherlands, said: ''Modern medicine has become hugely expensive to support. Rather, we should be focused on the prevention of disease, which is much cheaper than curing diseases.''
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Global Good News comment:
* The Second International Ayurveda Congress was organized by the All India Ayurvedic Congress, New Delhi; the International Academy of Ayurved, Pune; and the International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation, Netherlands. Learn more about the Congress speakers and programme.
See previous articles in this series:
∙ Second International Ayurveda Congress held in London, 1-3 April
∙ India: Widespread press coverage of Second International Ayurveda Congress in London
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