Dr. Manish Bhatia

/Dr. Manish Bhatia

About Dr. Manish Bhatia

Dr. Manish Bhatia is the Founder Director of Hpathy.com, world’s leading homeopathy portal, serving homeopathy to more than half a million people every month. He runs a consultation office at Jaipur (Asha Homeopathy) and is one of the most well known Indian homeopaths, works as a Ass. Professor of Organon of Medicine at S. K. Homeopathic Medical College, writes for various journals, reviews books, works as an Editor of Homeopathy 4 Everyone, is a member of the advisory board of the European journal Homeopathic Links, and not to mention the work that goes in running Hpathy.com. He is the author of Lectures on Organon of Medicine Vol. I & II (English, Bulgarian, German eds), which are approved by the Central Council of Homeopathy (India) for BHMS and MD (Hom) syllabus. He is a contributing author to the book “Homeopathy and Mental Health Care: Integrative Practice, Principles and Research” and co-editor of “The Fireside Book of Homeopathy Tales.”

Targeting gut microbiome: A novel and potential therapy for autism.

Yang Y1, Tian J2, Yang B3. Abstract Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a severely neurodevelopmental disorder that impairs a child's ability to communicate and interact with others. Children with neurodevelopmental disorder, including ASD, are regularly affected by gastrointestinal problems and dysbiosis of gut microbiota. On the other hand, humans live in a co-evolutionary association with [...]

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The TBR1-related autistic-spectrum-disorder phenotype and its clinical spectrum.

McDermott JH1, Study DDD2, Clayton-Smith J3, Briggs TA4. Abstract A diverse range of genetic aberrations can lead to Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and many of these have been identified via Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) as part of large scale consortium studies. ASD is a phenotypically variable disorder and detailed clinical descriptions are essential to appreciate [...]

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