Articles with keyword "medicine"
The Renaissance’s concocter of golden recipes.
Is there something about being Jewish that makes an interest in medicine and health more likely?
From quarantines to birthday balls -- how America coped with the polio plague.
The monk and his pea plants were just the beginning of the anguish over societal values.
Patients and health care professionals in Maine come together over a book.
Jefferson Lecturer Leon Kass describes his journey from medical school to the heart of the humanities.
Maine holds a conference relating war trauma to classical literature in Washington, D.C.
This ingenious handmade apparatus for cranial osteopathy, ca. 1930s, was constructed from pieces of two catchers’ mitts and a belt. Cranial osteopathy, developed by Dr.