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Editorial: October-2022

Editorial: October-2022

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       ‘Diet as key contributor for brain health’ is shown in one of article published in Neurology on 5th October. The study is mainly restricted to Omega-3 fatty acids consumptions and their neurological outcomes (Satizabal et al.). Cross-sectional investigation of red blood cell (RBC) Omega 3-fatty acid concentration was investigated. Omega-3 fatty acid index is used to measure the amount of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Gas chromatography was used to measure Omega-3 index. The apolipoprotein E (APOE) genotype was used to examine the cognitive outcome. The study observes Omega-3 index association with better brain cognitive function in middle-aged of people. Earlier study by Harris and Schacy (2004) has shown the relationship of the Omega-3 index with decre...
Samsaya (Doubt), A Tool Of Knowledge (Valid Cognition) In Indian Philosophy

Samsaya (Doubt), A Tool Of Knowledge (Valid Cognition) In Indian Philosophy

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* Bimal Chandra Jha, Ex-Editor, Sachitra-Ayurved *Corresponding author: [email protected] Received on: 08-07-2022           Accepted: 16-07-2022           Corrected: 10-08-2022 Abstract: Background: Samasya (doubt) is indecision to take judgement. Psychologically, it reflects lack of confidence. Indian philosophical texts have creative approach. Doubt is considered as a tool of knowledge for innovational intellects. Want of clarifications of originated doubt, it opens the door for learning through appropriate logics and observations. Processes mentioned under Pramana pariksha becomes pivotal in solving the problems. Materials and Methods: A detailed reveiw was done from available Indian philosophical books, pubmed and other websites. Result: Difference of Samsaya from Viparyaya, Uh...