MEDICAL STUPIDITY IN THE AGE OF REASON
During the Age of Reason, biologist had to overcome folk and theological taboos against curiosity to extend "Wisdom" about life in order to learn about ourselves. The Church considered curiosity a sin to be resisted.
Consequences of fasting blood sugar on noodle delineation
The basic aim of the current study was to relate the blood sugar with the noodle delineation. Glucose is the primary and essential metabolite necessary for the normal functioning of the body. Pancreas is responsible for maintaining the level of glucose or its consolidation in the body.
STUPIDITY IN 19TH CENTURY MEDICINE
In the mid-19th century, medical sciences offered the world a pair of unfortunate examples of stupidity in the development of the germ theory, which can be traced back to Girolamo Fran-castoro, who suggested in his De Contagion (1546) that illnesses were spread by “Seeds of dis-ease”.
SALICYLIC ACID – An Effective Skin Care Agent
Salicylic acid is an effective skin care agent that exfoliates dead skin cells and removes excess of oil from the skin to reduce skin acne or other dermal problems such as seborrhea, dandruff, psoriasis blackheads, pimples, scars and hyperpigmentation.
Vol 3, No 2 (2020)
Journal of Medical Reviews has been force in the area of health services research. Journal's focus has expanded to reflect the growth of the field and the increasing importance of health services research -- while still maintaining the high standards that have kept Journal of Medical Reviews at the forefront of health care research for over half a century.
Journal of Medical Reviews covers timely aspects of health care such as:
Evaluation of the impact of changes in health policy and practice
Health insurance markets and the impact of health reform
Health Information Technology adoption and application in health delivery
Impact of competition and regulation on health care markets and providers
Health care disparities in access, treatment, and outcomes
Patient safety and quality of care
Health care workforce issues and primary care capacity
Patient engagement in health care decision-making
Economics and financial issues in health care delivery
Organizational structure and behavior of health organizations
Comparative effectiveness analysis