*  Childbirth in Japan
A 2005 study by Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine reported that there were 341,588 induced abortions in 2001. In ... Japanese women predominantly give birth in a semisitting position, though some literature suggest the lying down, lithotomy ... Iwashita, Mitsutoshi (2017). "No fault compensation in perinatal medicine in Japan-from results for 8 years". Obstetrics & ... Kozu, Tadahiko; Fetters (December 2006). "Medical education in Japan". Academic Medicine. Association of American Medical ...
*  Dosha
In literature since the twentieth century, this idea is called "the three-dosha theory (Sanskrit त्रिदोषोपदेशः, tridoṣa- ... The central concept of Ayurvedic medicine is the theory that health exists when there is a balance between three fundamental ... This expression does not occur in the classical literature of Ayurveda. Hari Ghotra, Ayurveda - The Three Doshas [1] Monier- ...
*  Traditional medicine
The Routledge Companion to Native American Literature, Routledge, 2015 Swerdlow JL. Medicine Changes: late 19th to early 20th ... Folk medicine may also be referred to as traditional medicine, alternative medicine, indigenous medicine, or natural medicine. ... traditional Korean medicine, Arabic indigenous medicine (source of Unani medicine, along with ancient Greek medicine), Haitian ... Siddha medicine, Unani, ancient Iranian medicine, Iranian (Persian), Islamic medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, ...
*  Literature and Medicine
... is an academic journal founded in 1982. It is devoted to researching and understanding the interfaces ... Medical humanities Official website Literature and Medicine at Project MUSE. ... Articles are provided by experts in a variety of fields in both medicine and the humanities and social sciences. There are two ...
*  Hur Jun (TV series)
Mirror of Eastern Medicine), in 1610; it is considered a classic among Oriental medicine literature. In 1611, Gwanghaegun ... Hur Jun became interested in medicine and became Yoo Ui-tae's pupil to study it. He proved to have an aptitude for medicine, ... Oh, Ui-tae's wife Sung Hyun-ah as medicine lady So-hyun Lee Hee-do as Goo Il-seo Choi Ran as Hong-choon Han In-soo as Ahn Kwang ... This greatly advanced Hur Jun's medical knowledge and made him even more committed to medicine, and in an examination for entry ...
*  Medical Hypotheses
August 5, 2009). "Letter to the National Library of Medicine Literature Selection Technical Review Committee" (PDF). Aidstruth. ... One of the members, David Healy of the University of Cardiff School of Medicine, said that the review board members' letter was ... A group of 20 HIV scientists and advocates contacted the National Library of Medicine to request that the journal be removed ... Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Current Contents/Life Sciences, and EMBASE/Excerpta Medica. The most widely cited article ...
*  Richard Selzer
Medicine, Literature, and Society; Bioethics and Humanities,et al. draw from the evolving canon of literature and medicine, ... and Medicine Database--an annotation of 44 Selzer stories and essays Literature and Medicine, a journal founded in 1982. ... "The Physician and Authority: Portraits by Four Physician Writers." Literature and Medicine 2 (1983): 21 40. Steinberg, Sybil S ... the birth of literature and medicine "'The Tending Act'-An Interview with Richard Selzer." The Journal of Medical Humanities ...
*  Anne O'Tate
"Identification of randomized controlled trials from the emergency medicine literature: Comparison of hand searching versus ... Lu, Z. (2011). "PubMed and beyond: A survey of web tools for searching biomedical literature". Database. 2011: baq036-baq036. ... Smalheiser, N. R.; Zhou, W.; Torvik, V. I. (2011). "Distribution of "Characteristic" Terms in MEDLINE Literatures". Information ... MEDLINE searching". Annals of Emergency Medicine. 34 (1): 25-34. doi:10.1016/s0196-0644(99)70268-4. PMID 10381991. ...
*  Emma Martin (socialist)
In: Mangham, A. and Depledge, Greta (eds.) The Female Body in Medicine and Literature. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University ...
*  Pentecostal Foreign Mission of Norway
Children's Aid has also provided children with clothing, medicine, literature and much more. Revenues come mainly as voluntary ... There have been diaconal work, construction and operation of schools, translation of literature, developing writing where it ...
*  The Diamond Age
Science Fiction's Prescription for Nanotechnology and Medicine". Literature and Medicine. 20.1: 55-70. doi:10.1353/lm.2001.0009 ...
*  Elizabeth Freke
Anselment, R. A. (1996). "The wantt of health:An Early Eighteenth Century Self-Portrait of Sickness". Literature and Medicine. ... Leong, Elaine (2008). "Making Medicines in the Early Modern Household". Bulletin of History of Medicine. 82 (1): 145-168. ... Anselment, Raymond A. (1997). "Elizabeth Freke's Remembrances: Reconstructing a Self". Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature. 16 ...
*  Mind-blindness
Jurecic, Ann (Spring 2006). "Mindblindness: Autism, Writing, and the Problem of Empathy". Literature and Medicine. Johns ... Brune, M. (1 January 2005). ""Theory of Mind" in Schizophrenia: A Review of the Literature". Schizophrenia Bulletin. Oxford ...
*  Final Exam: A Surgeon's Reflections on Mortality
Literature and Medicine. Johns Hopkins University Press. 28 (1): 172-83. Review by The New York Times. ...
*  History of psychiatry
ISBN 0-19-514937-8. Thiher, Allen (2000). Revels in Madness: Insanity in Medicine and Literature. University of Michigan Press ... 1999) The Norton Anthology of English Literature; Vol. 1; 7th ed. New York: W. W. Norton & Co Inc. ISBN 978-0-393-97487-4 ... While Kraepelin tried to find organic causes of mental illness, he adopted many theses of positivist medicine, but he favoured ... Health, Medicine and Mortality in the Sixteenth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 145. ISBN 9780521226431. ...
*  James Macaulay (editor)
Macaulay gave up medicine for literature and journalism. Settling in London, he joined the staff of the Literary Gazette in ... He then went to Edinburgh University, where after taking the arts course, he took up medicine. With his fellow-student and ...
*  Ebers Papyrus
History of medicine Medical literature Stern, Ludwig Christian (1875). Ebers, Georg, ed. Papyros Ebers: Das hermetische Buch ... The Ebers Papyrus is written in hieratic Egyptian writing and contains the most voluminous record of ancient Egyptian medicine ... "Medicine in Ancient Egypt". The Asclepion. Indiana University Bloomington. February 20, 1997. Carpenter, Stephen; Rigaud, ...
*  Xinxiang Medical University
Now there are 19 departments, which cover medicine, literature, science, technology, management and so on. Twenty-three ... There are more than 120 foreign students pursuing Western Medicine studies at this college. A provincial public medical ... Twenty-one specialties, namely Medicine, Forensics, Anesthesia, Pediatrics, Rehabilitation Science, Information Management (for ... medicine), Neurology Science & Psychology, English Language (for medical sciences) and Engineering of Medical Biology are for ...
*  List of Chinese Nobel laureates
It was first awarded in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, and Peace in 1901. An associated prize, The ... "The Nobel Prize in Literature 2012". Nobel Foundation. Retrieved 22 September 2015. "The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine ... The Nobel website lists the country of Residence at the time of the award for both the Literature and Peace (if goes to a ... "The Nobel Prize in Literature 2000". Nobel Foundation. Retrieved 22 September 2015. "The Nobel Prize in Physics 2009". Nobel ...
*  List of Japanese Nobel laureates
It was first awarded in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, and Peace in 1901. An associated prize, The ... Of Japanese winners, eleven have been physicists, seven chemists, three for literature, four for physiology or medicine and one ... "The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1987". Nobel Foundation. Retrieved 19 December 2009. "The Nobel Prize in Literature ... Physiology or Medicine Kitasato Shibasaburō and Emil von Behring working together in Berlin in 1890 announce the discovery of ...
*  Jorge de Lima
He returned to Maceió in 1915 where he devoted himself to medicine, literature and politics. He served as a member of the ... Ítalo Moriconi, poet and professor of Brazilian literature at Rio de Janeiro State University, in analyzing the work of Jorge ...
*  Limor Schreibman-Sharir
Since 2010-2011, she has been the coordinator of a special course at Tel Aviv University's School of Medicine on "literature ... "Limor Sharir-Schreibman", Modern Hebrew Literature - a Bio-Bibliographical Lexicon Sharir, Limor (16 October 2010). "Literature ... Literature of Israel Health care in Israel Elkayam, Liat (7 September 2013). "Miss Israel's journey of fame and terror", ... After completion of her military service, she began to study medicine at Sapienza University of Rome in Italy. Later, she ...
*  Orthomolecular medicine
Several articles in the alternative-medicine literature have suggested that orthomolecular-related dietary supplementation ... 2003). "Cancer medicine". In Frei Emil, Kufe Donald W, Holland James F. Cancer medicine 6. Hamilton, Ontario: BC Decker. p. 76 ... Proponents of orthomolecular medicine counter that some vitamins and nutrients are now used in medicine as treatments for ... Proponents of orthomolecular medicine contend that, unlike some other forms of alternative medicine such as homeopathy, their ...
*  Andrew Mangham
The Female Body in Medicine and Literature, Liverpool University Press, 2011. Editor. The Poetry of Menotti Lerro, Cambridge ... www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/literature/english-literature-1830-1900/cambridge-companion-sensation-fiction. ... He gained distinction in his master's degree in Victorian Literature from the University of Leeds, and moved to the University ... Violent Women and Sensation Fiction: Crime, Medicine and Victorian Popular Culture, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Wilkie Collins: ...
*  Wellcome Book Prize
The winner receives £30,000 making it "one of the most remunerative literature awards on offer." The current prize for medicine ... About the Wellcome Trust Book Prize "Prize for medicine in literature." The Times (United Kingdom) [serial online]. October 11 ... "celebrates the topics of health and medicine in literature", including fiction and non-fiction. ... "New medicine book prize." The Bookseller (17 October 2008), Pg. 6 (1)). Gale Document Number: GALE,A188642463 Frances M. ...
*  Thomas Lodge
Lodge while practising medicine in London lived first in Warwick Lane, afterwards in Lambert Hill, and finally in Old Fish ... Lodge, disregarding the wishes of his family, took up literature. When the penitent Stephen Gosson had (in 1579) published his ... on Domestic Medicine. Lodge seems to have married his first wife Joan in or before 1583, when, "impressed with the uncertainty ... of other days-he became a Catholic and engaged in the practice of medicine, for which Wood says he qualified himself by a ...
*  Edwin Smith Papyrus
This translation offers a more modern understanding of hieratic and medicine. Ancient Egyptian medicine Medical literature ... U.S. National Library of Medicine Communications Engineering Branch. February 25, 2015. Arab, Sameh M. "Medicine in Ancient ... Sadek, Ashraf Alexandre (January 2001). "Some Aspects of Medicine in Pharonic Egypt". History of Medicine. Australian Academy ... the Edwin Smith Papyrus presents a rational and scientific approach to medicine in ancient Egypt, in which medicine and magic ...