Multi-Organ Inflammatory Disease: A Modern Dilemma
July 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
REGISTER HERE to join Dr. Somesh Kaushik for this monthly series on Ayurvedic Medicine. This series is sponsored by the Libraries of Putnam County New York.
Shortly after Covid-19 arrived on the world scene, a mysterious array of symptoms began appearing in children. At first, these symptoms were similar to those of other childhood ailments, but soon the severity increased to reveal life-threatening inflammation (lungs, kidney, heart, brain, skin, GI tract) requiring hospitalization. These symptoms also appeared in adults following exposure to Covid, and a link was hypothesized. As yet, the cause of Multi-Inflammatory Syndrome in Children and Adults (MIS-C/MIS-A) is not known.
Come and discover:
The most recent findings about MIS-C/MIS-A and the conventional approach
Why this syndrome may be more prevalent in certain populations
How Ayurveda’s holistic approach uncovers root causes
The Ayurvedic philosophy regarding symptoms and treatment
The connection between diet, toxins, GI tract, blood flow, and inflammation.
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November 16 – Ayurveda and Diabetes: A Whole Body Approach
December 14 – The Healing Power of Gratitude: A Body, Mind, Spirit Elixir
ABOUT SOMESH N. KAUSHIK, ND, BAMS, MPH, MPA, E-RYT 500 is an Ayurvedic specialist/consultant. After completing B.A.M.S., 6½ years of Ayurvedic training in 1983 from Kurukshetra University, India. He worked as an Ayurvedic Medical Officer before moving to the U.S. He earned M.P.H. and M.P.A. from the University of Alabama, Birmingham, and N.D. from the University of Bridgeport, where he taught Ayurvedic medicine and Public Health courses and worked as the Director of Admissions for the College of Naturopathic Medicine. Before moving to Connecticut, he worked as an Epidemiologist and Director of HIV/AIDS sero-surveillance with the Alabama Department of Public Health while maintaining an Ayurvedic practice. He has been a faculty member with the University of Bridgeport, Division of Health Sciences since 2001 He has over 36 years of experience as an Ayurvedic physician.