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    Some things are not as they seem. “Ring Around the Rosie” seems like a pleasant children’s nursery rhyme, but many believe it is actually a grisly song about the Black Death in Europe. The Black Death was a serial outbreak of the plague during the 1300s. During the Black Death, more than 20 million Europeans died. One-third of the population of the British Isles died from the plague. Moreover, one-third of the population of France died in the first year alone, and 50% of the people in France’s

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    The Practice of Phlebotomy

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    phlebotomy was once viewed as horrific and repulsive, but it has become an art in which the human race has worked diligently at to bring a perception of healing and understanding towards the patient. The practice of Phlebotomy originated from humorism. Humorism was a theory, later being discredited, that was adopted by ancient Greek and Roman philosophers explaining the structure and mechanisms of the human body. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, believed that there were four basic elements to existence:

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    John Hunter's Life and Accomplishments

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    distinguished doctors today swear by the Hippocratic Oath (Passions and Tempers 1) and use the Corpus Hippocratum as their standard of practice (Medical Ethics 1). Hippocrates is most known for discovering diseases and keyed the central theories involving humorism. He focused the wellbeing of one’s body rather than praying to deities and unnecessary sacrifices (Nlm 1). This included restoring one’s humors by exercising, dieting and the occasional phlebotomy (Nlm 2). Elder forms of surgery also include trepanation

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    The History of Medicine

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    Medicine has always been a big part in helping people get better, it has been around for a long time. You could go back hundreds of years and find some sort of medicine that as been around. It all started with Hippocrates, he was a doctor in 400 BC in Ancient Greece. He has come up with the idea of the four humors. The four humors were: blood, phlegm, yellow bile, and black bile. He believed if these were imbalanced then you would become ill. The second person that came into the medicine world

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    Shakespearean sonnets appear to be arranged in three parts; the first third of the sonnets appear to be directing the recipient of the poems to reproduce to endure his legacy, the second third highlight the ability of the immortalizing abilities of the sonnets and with the latter third there is the appearance of a dark haired lady - possibly a tongue-and-cheek humor of the Petrarchan sonnet. Sonnet 147, as one of the latter third sonnets, appears to be directed to the dark haired lady; as a anti-love

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    The Opening Scene in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet The Prologue The prologue is the first thing that is said in the play, and it's point is to tell you what the play is about. It is written in sonnet form giving a brief outline of the play, that is the first four lines are leading you into the play, setting the scene, giving you the background information you need so you can understand the play. This is so the first scene is not spent describing life up until that point. The rest of

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    Bloodletting Essay

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    Bloodletting is one of the oldest procedures in our society. It goes all the way back to thousands of years ago and many different cultures used it. Considered one of medicine’s oldest practices, bloodletting is thought to have originated in ancient Egypt. It then spread to Greece, where physicians such as Erasistratus, who lived in the third century B.C., believed that all illnesses stemmed from an overabundance of blood, or plethora. In the second century A.D., the influential Galen of Pergamum

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    The Case: Maria Castro, a scholar, is suffering from a reoccurring and phlegmatic cough. The cough is present each morning upon waking and seems to dissipate by midday; however, any time the patient has to go outdoors the cough returns. The patient is about twenty years of age and has a melancholic complexion. She is prone to long bouts of studying alone, during which she gets little real exercise. While she attempts to sleep for the standard eight hours, it is more likely that she sleeps for six

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    Saffof Bars is a blood purifier.Saffofbars made of a mixture of herbs and edible salts, including Geru(Red ochre).Saffof Bars help against bacterial and fungal infections in humans and used for Therapeutic relief from Vitiligo/Leucoderma, Pruritis/Itching.Saffof Bars (SBL)was prepared by grinding and mixing the different type of salts as a major components, with three main herbs (ajmood,surpukha,fulfilsiyah) with geru in proportion accordance with Unani Formulary of India.This was evaluated by comparative

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    Food provides an effective lens through which to illuminate human life and thus food inevitably becomes a marker of who we are. Food reflects our broader values, our politics. We are what we eat: morally, spiritually, socially and politically. Humoral theory perceives diet as a moral practice. In order to properly assess this claim one must define the term “moral practice”. The word moral alone lends itself to both metaphysical and philosophical debate. The oxford dictionary defines moral as “concerned

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