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Pureed cannellini beans can be substituted for shortening in brownies.
Studies have shown white beans to be an effective fat replacer in dropped cookies. However, research is needed to determine whether legumes may be an effective replacement for fat in other types ofExpand
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A cooperative model for provision of regional health services in a developing nation.
The development of health care in the Leogane region of Haiti has been a ten-year story of international cooperation among health professionals, of closely targeted assistance, and of policyExpand
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Preventing transmission of human immunodeficiency virus during operations.
Preventing the transmission of human immunodeficiency virus during surgical procedures requires attention to barrier techniques and to measures designed to prevent injury. Measures to prevent injuryExpand
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Reflections on reality, healing, and consciousness.
  • C. Bessinger
  • Medicine
  • Alternative therapies in health and medicine
  • 1996
Whereas orthodox medical research adheres to a linear, deterministic physical model, alternative therapists typically postulate that indeterminate nonphysical and nonlinear relationships areExpand
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Speculating about miracles, nonlocal reality, and the nuocontinuum.
  • C. Bessinger
  • Medicine
  • Alternative therapies in health and medicine
  • 1998
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Doctoring: The Philosophic Milieu
To understand fully a physician's role in society, and to deal successfully with the current sense of crisis, the medical profession must evolve a world-view that appropriately relates a physician toExpand
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Reflections on "soul" and medical art.
  • C. Bessinger
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association
  • 1993
What is missing, and what we would do well to reclaim for mainstream medicine, is that quality called "soul." To reclaim it could profoundly influence our understanding of ourselves as healers, ourExpand
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Reverence for life in clinical practice.
  • C D Bessinger
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association
  • 1987
The organic dimensions of health policy.
  • C D Bessinger
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association
  • 1992
The health care system is a level of the larger social system, within which it must seek and find its equilibrium. This organic concept leads to a more realistic assessment of needs and goals, andExpand
Living ethics: homeostasis and ethical principle.
  • C D Bessinger
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association
  • 1990
Adopting a life-systems perspective and an ethics based on the Good of systems homeostasis opens up new levels of analysis and argument as we deal with the complex questions facing the medicalExpand