Health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in which disease and infirmity are absent.
No action is due on you.
Qadha fast can be broken deliberately any time before Zawaal (Midday or Dhuhr time)..
If Dhuhr time comes then it will be Haraam to break a Qadha fast.
Qaza fast is obligatory on you as soon as you can. If you become permanently ill and never able to fast, then you need to feed for every day a poor believer which is called Fidya. That is for the days missed while you are ill. For the days which you missed during your youth with out illness, you need to feed sixty poor believers for every day of missed fast.
Reciting Ayatul Kursi 7 tomes a day.
Reciting Sura Al-Hamd 7 times or more.
Reciting this verse (WA ITHA MARIDHTU FAHOE YASHFEEN) وإذا مَرِضتُ فهو يشفين
Beside Sadaqa abd Du'a
Ziyarat Ashura is one of greatest recitations narrated from Ahlul Bayt (AS). It was narrated through authentic chain of narrators from Imam Muhammad Al-Baqir (AS). It has great benefits in solving problems and getting us peaceful and successful life here and hereafter. Many of our great scholars, including Grand Ayatullah Na'eeni, the teacher of Ayatullah Khoei, said that its benefits are more than any other recitation which he knows.
We have authentic narrations that Imam Al-Mahdi (AS) advised sincere believers not to miss Ziyarat Ashura nor Night Prayer nor Ziyarat Al-Jami'ah.
Ziyarat Ashura does not need a special method to be performed. It is recommended to perform Wudhu, face the direction of Karbala and recite it.
It is very useful to gift the reward of it to the Infallible Ahlul Bayt and your parents and relatives and all the Mo'mineen and Mo'minaat who are alive or deceased. This will make your reward much greater.
The Islamic rules applies on every medical field. Female doctor is not allowed to touch nor look at the private parts of both male or female except when it is urgent for life saving.
Muslim doctors should treat every human being who needs treatment. Muslims should not take part in changing gender because Allah Created human beings either in male or female (O, mankind, We Created you from male and female) Sura Al-Hujuraat, verse 13.
You should not help killing embryos in Abortion except to save the life of the mother.
You should not help in any medical procedure which helps sinners or encourages sinning.
The Hadeeth says: Best of deeds is the most difficult. Sharh Osool Al-Kaifi by al-Mazindarani (12:188).
It means that the reward of the good deed is more when it is more difficult.
Illness has it's rules in Islam, including not fasting if illness can be initiated or worsened by fasting. I'll person who can not fast is not going against the orders of Allah, but obeying Him by not fasting.
It is not allowed to sit on a table having alcohol, but if you sit on a table which has no alcohol on it, it is allowed provided that you sitting in such place will not encourage others to be customers and drink alcohol.
Yes it is allowed to go for such treatment if it does not harm you in other ways.
Qigong is a Chinese way of exercise for body well-being through deep breathing and body poses. There are hundreds of ways used by different peoples for well being, all of them are allowed to practice as far as it is for well being only with out any non Islamic religious practice. Practicing Qigong for health only is allowed like any other way of exercise.
It is extremely important to be ambitious and have good career prospects, wanting to be the best in your field and interests. However, if you do not live in an Islamic country that places boundaries between genders, then the occupation you choose must be well thought of, due to the shar'i issues that could arise.
Handling, or touching a non-mahram (on their skin) is haram, unless in necessary or emergency cases. If you become a chiropractor, are you able to work only with people of your gender? Are you able to decline clients who are of opposite gender? Are you able to wear gloves?
These are some of many scenarios that you will need to think of when you select a career. Obviously, it is not just in this field, but in a lot of other areas where there is physical contact, or seeing, etc.
And Allah knows best.
It is not allowed to consume any food or medicine which contains alcohol. This is the verdict of majority of our scholars. According to Ayatullah Sistani, if the percentage of alcohol in the medicine or food is very small that it does not cause intoxication then it might be permissible to consume it.