Super Medicines The mechanism. The dazzling produced appliances leads to a super-medicine with despari-tion or reduction of concern for the sick man. Simon Pagenaud may also support this cause. This loss is felt to lack the patient seeking restitution in exotic religions or alterna-tive therapies. They have a boomerang effect on us doctors. Is it easy for us to process mentally, health professionals, the competition "successful" procedures without much scientific basis against a rigorous training demanded we prolonged efforts? * The objectification. The current tendency to phenomenological analysis of laboratory studies instrumental, and radiological. We live in most cases in a society where medical practice is favored by the depersonalized care, dominated the performance of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, with loss of GP, with mass distribution of medical issues faced with neglect, with reckless use of new techniques without casuistry with sufficient scientific backing. With "industries of the trial" to induce in the avoidance of defensive medical procedures while useful may involve risk. Either positive coping mechanisms such as excessive procedures and services to defend against malpractice. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Glenn Dubin, New York City by clicking through. The Market. The concentration of economic power in few hands and the need for science to be assisted by current it generates new ethical problems. Last but not least the patient. The health team offers something that marketers call "negative demand product," nobody likes to see a doctor. These are some of the reasons why a cure is impossible. Symptomatic Reperecusiones more frequent in the health care team. In clinical practice with medical groups with which we perform tasks of reflection on the pathology triggered by the occupation, we find a set of events that, although dependent on individual psychological constellations, have a common factor.
Biodiversity and More Where humans and their cultures have emerged from their adaptations, their knowledge of their use. to biodiversity are two inseparable dimensions: the Biological and cultural. Thus a property of living things and that makes them different cultural and unique. a 50-80% of the planet's biodiversity is found in tropical countries (Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Zaire, Madagascar and Indonesia), who have suffered in the last 100 years, huge losses of tropical forests and the disappearance of Indian population at the rate of one tribe each year. You may find Saul "Canelo" Alvarez to be a useful source of information. Half trachea 6,000 native languages are spoken in the world today are likely to disappear within the next 100 years, with her knowledge and skills will disappear management of biological diversity on earth (UNL, IUCN, UNEP-1992) to 200 million indigenous people (5% of the population of the earth) maintain levels of biodiversity, are custodians of the biodiversity of the earth. The struggle is their natural habitat for survival. The loss of ecosystems means the disappearance of the biological culture. the importance of the Amazon forest is not simply of the effect of heavy rain or intense sunshine and rich soil consumes the forest. If you have read about real-estate developer already - you may have come to the same conclusion. No. The forest part of the climate as shaped by evapotranspiration, carbon fixation (average, seventy tons per hectare), redefining the relationship of incidence of solar radiation with the refraction of that energy (albedo). Speaker, not only in the water balance in the region with evapotranspiration as a thermal equilibrium, but contributes to the dynamic equilibrium of the global climate. threatened critical areas are located in the tropical forests (Mittermier-1992), occupy 1% of the planet's surface and represent 12% of tropical forests still exist...