How to save a life: The basics

How to do a ‘perfect’ colonoscopy (Picture: Shutterstock)A simple surgery that could save the life of a newborn or a dying patient is one of the most effective treatments in the world, and a British study suggests that if it were available in the UK, it would be the best way to save the lives […]

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The medicinal herb that could cure a range of illnesses

By David Boulton, BBC News UK The plant known as a cannabis sativa has the potential to treat a range for illnesses including cancer, arthritis, anxiety and insomnia.Here’s what you need to know.What is cannabis sativum?Cannabis sativums (cannabis indica) are a diverse group of plants, the oldest surviving example being the Indian plant.The plants contain […]

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How I came to be a doctor

I was a student of medical history at the University of Sydney and had always been interested in medicine.It was a passion I had nurtured over the course of a decade.However, I had always felt more in the realm of medicine than the other way around.I had studied in Australia for over 20 years and […]

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Is it a medical condition? It depends on who you ask

Western medicine has a long history of treating ailments such as tuberculosis, and it’s increasingly used in other disciplines as well, including in healthcare.But the medical profession is starting to question its value as a cure.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it will ban a popular herbal remedy called Western Medicine Dayton, which […]

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What we know about the medical history of ayurvinga

In the year 2034, the Western Medicine movement is celebrating its 25th anniversary.And while many of the founding physicians were based in the United States, there are a few indigenous physicians from around the world that have been making their mark on the field of ayuropathic medicine.Ayurveda is the term for the traditional treatment of […]

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Why are there no western doctors in the UK?

More than a third of all doctors in Britain are non-British, a study found, with only one doctor from the United States, the Netherlands and Denmark having a medical degree.Western medicine means Western science and knowledge, which encompasses medicine and technology.A total of 619 doctors in Great Britain are British, with the UK’s population being […]

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How to get the best western medicine

The benefits of Western medicine are not all that different to those of other health care systems, says Professor James D’Amico of the Queensland University of Technology.“The idea that Western medicine is the only thing that works for us is not true,” he said.“It’s an alternative system. ““There is a difference between Western medicine and […]

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What do the new laws in chakra Western Medicine actually mean?

It was a story that would have been familiar to anyone familiar with the Western Medicine movement, the ideology of which has grown steadily since its inception in the late 1990s.As a result, its adherents are quick to defend their philosophy and their practitioners’ right to practice Western medicine without being subjected to the rigors […]

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The Biggest Shrinking Health Care Advantage Western Medicine An

by Buzzfeed contributor Anneliese A. S. Deeks A.A. Deek is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Illinois Medical School.She is the author of the New England Journal of Medicine’s review article, “A Bigger Health Care Affordability Problem Than The Medicare-For-All System.”She is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress Action Fund, […]

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Which medical science is best for the human body?

The answer to this question will depend on your health and how healthy you are, according to some experts.In a new article for the International Journal of Sports Medicine, the authors describe the three main categories of medical research that have been around for a long time.The first category is “general medical research,” which deals […]

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