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*  Religion in Laos
In: Modern Medicine and Indigenous Health Beliefs, Vol 37 No. 4 July 2006. p. 622, quote: «[...] Approximately 60 to 65% of the ... Laotian folk religion (Lao: ສາສນາຜີ sasna phi, "religion of the gods") is an overarching term for the ethnic religions ... Modern Animism: The Emergence of "Spirit Religion" in Laos. Local Traditions and World Religions: The Appropriation of " ... Laotian folk religion is predominant among most Lao Theung, Lao Sung, the Sino-Thai groups, such as the Thai Dam and Thai Daeng ...
*  Secular spirituality
Helland, C. (2000). "Online-religion/religion-online and virtual communitas". In J. K. Hadden & D. E. Cowan. Religion on the ... Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 28 (2). doi:10.1007/s10865-005-9008-5. PMID 16049627. Crawford, Marisa; Rossiter, Graham (1996- ... "online-religion." As coined by Christopher Helland, "religion-online" is understood as "importing traditional forms of religion ... Mahan, Jeffrey (2012). "Religion and Media". Religion Compass. 6 (1): 14-25. doi:10.1111/j.1749-8171.2011.00330.x. Dalai Lama, ...
*  Samson Raphael Hirsch
A large segment of his work focuses on the possibilities for Orthodox Judaism in such an era, when freedom of religion also ... became the first female professor of medicine in Prussia. Other works (besides the ones mentioned above) were: Pamphlet: " ... Works by and about Samson Raphael Hirsch in University Library JCS Frankfurt am Main: Digital Collections Judaica Religion ... "Die Religion im Bunde mit dem Fortschritt (anon.), Frankfurt am Main, 1854 (response to provocations from the side of the ...
*  Organ donation in Jewish law
"Medicine Meets Religion In Organ Donation Debate." New York Times, 18 November 2006, Vol. 156 Issue 53767, p. B2, (AN 23283799 ... The Jewish religion attaches great importance to the dignity of the dead, and there are explicit laws as to the proper care to ... Traditionally Judaism defined death as the absence of a cardiac/respiratory beat, but with advances in modern medicine and the ...
*  Michael Paton (priest)
"Religion and Medicine", 1976; and "Mud and Stars", 1991 > British Library website accessed 15:22 GMT 5 July 2011 Genealogical ...
*  Chakra
Medicine, Religion, and the Body. BRILL Academic. pp. 69-75. ISBN 90-04-17970-4. Christine Göttler; Wolfgang Neuber (2008). ... Religion of the Thinking Will. Organon of the New Cultural Epoch', trans. Graham B. Rickett, with commentary by G.A.Bondarev' ... Like other Indian religions, Chakra in esoteric theories in Jainism such as those by Buddhisagarsuri means yogic-energy centers ... Geoffrey Samuel and Jay Johnston, Religion and the Subtle Body in Asia and the West: Between Mind and Body Chakra and related ...
*  Hans-Werner Fischer-Elfert
His researches focus on ancient Egyptian literature, religion, medicine and magic. List of Egyptologists Tait (2003), p. ix. ...
*  Children's Healthcare is a Legal Duty
Swan, R. (1997). "Children, medicine, religion, and the law". Advances in Pediatrics. Mosby: Elsevier. 44: 491-543. ISSN 0065- ... Institute for Science in Medicine website, Institute for Science in Medicine, retrieved 23 April 2013 "AAP President recognizes ... "Religion-based medical neglect and corporal punishment must not be tolerated". The APSAC Advisor. American Professional Society ... medicine: When faith puts care at risk". American Medical News. American Medical Association. ISSN 0098-7484. Retrieved 17 ...
*  Yoruba religion
ISBN 1-905388-00-4. Ọlabimtan, Afọlabi (1991). Yoruba Religion and Medicine in Ibadan. Translated by George E. Simpson. Ibadan ... Yoruba religion is formed of diverse traditions. It has influenced a host of thriving traditions such as Santería, Umbanda, and ... The Yoruba religion comprises the traditional religious and spiritual concepts and practices of the Yoruba people. Its homeland ... 177 Miguel A. De La Torre, Santería: The Beliefs and Rituals of a Growing Religion in America, 2004, ISBN 0-8028-4973-3. Miguel ...
*  Granger E. Westberg
"The "new" field of religion and medicine". Postgraduate Medicine, (1958), 23(6):668. "The hospital chaplain's contribution to ... He held the first joint appointment in medicine and religion at a major university (the University of Chicago). Westberg was ... With an academic appointment as Professor of Medicine and Religion in the Department of Psychiatry of Baylor College of ... Westberg was a pioneer in exploring and encouraging the interrelationship of religion and medicine and in fostering holistic ...
*  Isador Coriat
Elwood Worcester, served as the medical expert for the Emmanuel Movement and co-authored Religion and Medicine; The Moral ... New York, Brentano's 1920 Religion and Medicine; The Moral Control of Nervous Disorders. By Elwood Worcester, Samual McComb [ ...
*  Midwifery in the Middle Ages
Religion and Medicine in the Middle Ages. Woodbridge, Suffolk: York Medieval Press. pp. 77-90. Vann Sprecher, Tiffany D.; ... Practical Medicine from Salerno to the Black Death. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 322-52. Green, Monica H. (2008 ... Midwifery in the Middle Ages was important to women's lives and health prior to the professionalization of medicine. During the ... changing views of medicine would cause the women's role as midwife to be pushed aside as the professionalization of medical ...
*  Christian Science
The increased efficacy of medicine around World War II heralded the religion's decline. Stark charts the use of sulfonamide to ... Nevertheless, the religion of Christ is shown in the progress of Christian Science, while the religion of society decays as the ... a religion which has no hell; a religion whose heaven is not put off to another time, with a break and a gulf between, but ... publishing articles that are uncharitable toward religion, medicine, the courts or the law; and publishing the number of church ...
*  Ibn Abi Sadiq
Ahmed Ragab (14 October 2015). The Medieval Islamic Hospital: Medicine, Religion, and Charity. Cambridge University Press. p. ... His commentary on the Hunayn ibn Ishaq's Questions on Medicine, however, may have been even more popular, judging from the ... 886-7 Lutz Richter-Bernburg, Iran's Contribution to Medicine and Veterinary Science in Islam AD 100-900/AD 700-1500", in The ... Diffusion of Greco-Roman Medicine in the Middle East and the Caucasus, ed. J.A.C. Greppin, E. Savage-Smith, and J.L. Gueriguian ...
*  History of hospitals
In ancient cultures, religion and medicine were linked. The earliest documented institutions aiming to provide cures were ... From Western Medicine to Global Medicine: The Hospital Beyond the West (2008) Henderson, John, et al., eds. The Impact of ... At the turn of the 19th century, Paris medicine played a significant role in shaping clinical medicine. New emphasis on ... Islamic Culture and the Medical Arts: Hospitals, United States National Library of Medicine Husain F. Nagamia, Islamic Medicine ...
*  Emmanuel Movement
The first book about the movement, Religion and Medicine, The Moral Control of Nervous Disorders by Worcester, McComb and ... From 1927 he served as chief of medicine at the Boston Dispensary and professor at Tufts University School of Medicine. The ... Joseph Pratt (1872-1956) received his degree in medicine (1898) from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he ... Religion and Medicine: The Moral Control of Nervous Disorders. p. 2. ISBN 0-7661-3236-6. OCLC 547361. Clinebell, Howard. ...
*  History of medicine in France
However, the total separation of religion and medicine was not to last forever - as early as 1801 Jean-Antoine Chaptal called ... Early medicine in France was defined by, and administered by, the Catholic church. Medicine and care were one of the many ... Another notable trend was the separation of religion and medicine. Hospitals prior to the Revolution were religious ... During the era of the French Revolution, new ideas took hold within the world of medicine and medicine was made more scientific ...
*  First Sangam
Weiss, Richard (2009). Recipes for immortality: medicine, religion, and community in South India. Oxford University Press. ... Siddha medicine is said to have been practiced during the First Sangam, and people "enjoyed mental and bodily health, ... Irā Mātavan̲ (1983). Heritage of the Tamils: Siddha medicine. International Institute of Tamil Studies. ...
*  Gabriel Wagner
Medicine and Religion in Enlightenment Europe. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. Israel, Jonathan (2006). Enlightenment Contested. ... Wagner believed that both education and philosophy should be modernized and focus on mathematics, physics and medicine, but not ...
*  Spice
Early uses were connected with magic, medicine, religion, tradition, and preservation. Cloves were used in Mesopotamia by 1700 ... Given medieval medicine's main theory of humorism, spices and herbs were indispensable to balance "humors" in food,[6] a daily ... In addition to being desired by those using medieval medicine, the European elite also craved spices in the Middle Ages. An ... Potent Substances: On the Boundaries of Food and Medicine. 167: 47-53. doi:10.1016/j.jep.2014.10.065. PMID 25450779. Adamson, ...
*  Mental health in the Middle East
ISBN 978-0-9775949-3-1 Keonig, H. G., International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 30, 385-398.(2000) "Religion and ... Of these many religions, Islam has had the most lasting and culturally significant influence on the region, encompassing well ... Firstly, the Middle East is the origin of many of the major world religions. Christianity, Judaism and Islam, all began in this ... "Middle East Journal of Family Medicine". "NIMH » Depression Basics". www.nimh.nih.gov. Beck, AT; Ward, CH; Mendelson, M; Mock, ...
*  Susan B. Anthony
It hosted several world congresses, each dealing with a specialized topic, such as religion, medicine and science. At almost ... if they'll be as particular to warn all other speakers not to say anything which shall sound like an attack on liberal religion ...
*  Frank Flynn
He is notable for a number of things, including his contributions to religion, medicine and Aboriginal welfare. He was born and ... particularly in the fields of religion, medicine and Aboriginal welfare" Companion of the Order of Australia, 26 January 1993 ... 1979 - appointed Officer of the Order of Australia (AO). 1981 - awarded Doctorate of Medicine Honoris Causa University of ... "In recognition of service to medicine, particularly through research into Aboriginal eye health and to the community." The ...
*  Text linguistics
It is also the basis of various disciplines such as law, religion, medicine, science, politics, et cetera. "A text is an ...
*  McDermott & McGough
Among the subjects they approach are popular art and culture, religion, medicine, advertising, fashion and sexual behavior. ...
*  Assyria
Some other religions also consider him the fallen angel or demon. Nusku - The messenger for the Gods. ""the offspring of the ... The Assyrian dialect of Akkadian was used in legal, official, religious, and practical texts such as medicine or instructions ... This religion gradually declined with the advent of Syriac Christianity between the first and tenth centuries. The major ... At its peak, the Assyrian empire ruled over the what the ancient Mesopotamian religion referred to as the "Four Corners of the ...
*  Chiropractic controversy and criticism
Medicine or Religion?". HuffPost. Palmer, Daniel (May 4, 1911), D.D. Palmer's Religion of Chiropractic (PDF), The Chiropractic ... were jailed for practicing medicine without a license. D.D. Palmer considered establishing chiropractic as a religion to ... Eddy, Martin Luther and other who have founded religions. I am the fountain head. I am the founder of chiropractic in its ... doi:10.1179/jmt.2006.14.2.14e. Jonas, Wayne B. (1999). "Foreword - Chiropractic: the return of philosophy to medicine?". In Ian ...