Prior to the discovery of blood groups, blood transfusions were often deadly. Physicians attempted the use of milk and animal blood as an alternative to human blood, but met with limited success: the discovery of blood...
The History of Western Medicine gives a broad overview of medical history in the Western World, from its foundations with the ancient Greeks through to the end of the 20th century.
The brain is an amazing and powerful organ in the human body. It controls our central nervous system, keeping us walking, talking, breathing and thinking. But how much do you know about the brain?
Learn who is recommended to get the tetanus shot, its side effects, what you're getting injected with, what tetanus is and if you can prevent it without getting vaccinated.
The chakras and what the parts of the body they rule seem to be consistent with the order of brain functions!
Femoral nerve blocks are useful for knee and thigh surgery. An anesthesiologist explains the technique, uses and risks of the commonly used femoral nerve block.
If you just got into nursing school, here are some tips on how to survive it...from someone who has been there and done that!
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a dentist? Do you know what your dentist does while you're sitting in the chair waiting?
Spider silk is a precious commodity with diverse medical applications. Turning goat milk into spider silk sounds like science fiction. How do they accomplish this? Has bioengineering gone too far?
Learning about ovarian cysts and how to heal the emotional, physical and mental scars and pains through alternative practices including homeopathy.