Medicine

Synergistic Medical Science - The Future of Health Care

Welcome to the final article in this seven part series on Ayurvedic Medicine and the natural botanicals used in this ancient medical science that is becoming increasingly popular in the West. The prior articles have individually focused on the medicinal treatments, such as Turmeric, Ginger, Guggul and Amalaki, and their capacity to treat and...
Jan 14, 2015 |

Medicine: A Science And Art

Medicine is all about dealing with the healing human ailments. It is both a science as well as art and includes a number of healthcare practices that have evolved over the ages with a view to providing better treatment as well as to prevent various illnesses. At one time, it involved use of practices that were mainly known in the Eastern countries...
Jan 14, 2015 |

Isoflex

ISOFLEX is your distributor of isotopes for science, medicine and industry.
Mar 28, 2016 |

Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine

 Online journal with articles on the philosophy of medicine.
Mar 25, 2016 |

Every Man His Own Doctor

An online exhibit on Popular Medicine in Early America, from Colonial times to the mid 19th Century.
Mar 25, 2016 |

Spanish American War Medicine

Medical practice in the Spanish American War, primarily by US Army medical staff and DAR Volunteer nurses upon US soldiers.
Mar 25, 2016 |

The Origins of Chinese Medicine

The archeological discoveries of the last few decades reveal that during the two centuries of the Western Han dynasty (206 BC – 23 AD), Chinese medical thought underwent a process of comprehensive standardization and systematization.
Mar 25, 2016 |

School of Medicine

The mission of the School of Medicine at TCD is to facilitate and provide Medical Education to the highest international standards; to train clinicians who are equipped to fulfil their professional roles in a caring, competent and patient centered manner; to produce individuals who through critical thinking and outstanding professional and ethical...
Feb 2, 2016 |

Reluctant champion: How Nadia Murad has become the international face of Yazidi suffering – and resilience

Weeks earlier, Nadia Murad had been ripped from her village by Islamic State (ISIS) fighters who murdered her family and took her captive. Along with other young Yazidi women, she was transported... Read More

Readers write: The work of downsizing, evidence of climate change, hopeful coverage on famine

Regarding the Aug. 21 Monitor Daily story “Home prices, and a thought shift, give ‘small living’ a boost”: Interesting concept. My friend has done it, downsizing and living in a tiny apartment.... Read More

Time for the world to step up on Rohingya issue, Aung San Suu Kyi’s astounding hypocrisy, Irma’s destruction in Britain’s Caribbean islands, The US should stop saber rattling, On the Nadal-Federer comeback

“It is high time the world made an all-out effort to stop the ongoing pogrom against Myanmar’s minority Rohingya...,” writes Mohammad Amjad Hossain. “The pogrom resembles those crimes perpetrated... Read More