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A new journal in the Medical Science Monitor family has just opened.
 
Medical Science Hypotheses has developed as an independent title in 2014 out of the highly popular Hypothesis section of the Medical Science Monitor. The Editors believe that hypothesis reports are inspiring source of information in developing new research areas or therapies. In addition to the inspiration, these reports are an important basis for further and more advanced research on diagnosis, treatment development, causes and outcomes of disease.
The aim of the Journal is to gather hypothesis reports across all medical disciplines, thereby integrating international medical knowledge.

As a continuation of the Medical Science Monitor, the new journal will be added to PubMed Central / PubMed and Medline after a short period of evaluation of the first 15 published papers. We are looking forward to your submission.

Table of Content Volume 4, 2017

Published: 2017-12-05

How Can Healthier Children Be Born? A Hypothesis on How to Create a Better Human Race

George Vithoulkas, Seema Mahesh

(International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, University of The Aegean, Mytilene, Greece)

Med Sci Hypotheses 2017; 4:38-46

DOI: 10.12659/MSH.907698


ABSTRACT: The hypothesis presented here is the result of discussions with parents of various nationalities over many years. It addresses two main issues: a. What are the conditions that help to produce healthier children? b. What should parents know about their responsibility in giving birth to healthier children?
In 50 years of practice, I have considered couples with more than one child and compared the health of one child against the other, trying to find the reasons why one had better health than the other.
I inferred that the crucial factor was the “erotic state” of the parents at the moment of conception. Children born when the parents were completely lost in each other in an erotic climax were the healthiest and had the best qualities of both parents.
The hypothesis is that to regenerate the human race to its zenith, conditions that promote loving relationships and the birth of children from such relationships must be encouraged in our society.

Keywords: Epigenomics, Eugenics, Happiness, Love, Social Welfare




Published: 2017-09-26

Reduced Fertility in Saudi Arabian Men with Low Vitamin D Levels


Maryam Sarwat, Gowher Nabi, Tajdar H. Khan, Faris Q. Alenzi

Med Sci Hypotheses 2017; 4:34-37

DOI: 10.12659/MSH.904173

Published: 2017-06-22

Amphetamine Use in Stroke Recovery: Rehabilitative Training Combined with Brain Stimulation


Shahid Bashir, Kaleem Imdad, Isaac Túnez

Med Sci Hypotheses 2017; 4:29-33

DOI: 10.12659/MSH.903804