When the ‘western medicine’ of western medicine is in danger of disappearing

Dublin 2 – Dublin 2 (RTE2) – 1st January, 2019The world is in an acute crisis of health and it is up to the leaders of the world to protect the health and wellbeing of their citizens and their governments from the ravages of Western medicine.

It is no accident that the number of deaths due to Western medicine in the last few years has been on the rise.

The latest statistics show that the rate of deaths is currently more than 2,000 per day and this trend will continue for the foreseeable future.

The health crisis in Europe is the result of a chronic failure of the medical establishment to understand that Western medicine is a part of our culture, not the other way around.

The truth is that Western medicines have always been the cornerstone of our lives.

In this article, I will describe what western medicine does and how it harms us and our children.

What is Western medicine?

Western medicine is the practice of using western methods and medicines to help people, especially the elderly and those with chronic diseases.

It has been around for hundreds of years and it has been practised in all parts of the globe.

Western medicine has been the bedrock of our societies life for hundreds if not thousands of years.

Today, it is no longer considered an option for most people because of the growing threat of infectious diseases.

The problem is that our society is losing its ability to protect itself against the pandemic.

The number of diseases is on the increase every year and we are facing a very real and grave threat of the pandemics ravaging the world.

The only way to fight the pandems diseases is to develop and use new and more effective medicine.

The most common form of Western Medicine is called “Western” medicine.

It is based on the idea of a “Western medical approach”.

This concept is based upon the idea that Western doctors are more than just doctors and that they are able to treat diseases and conditions in ways that are more efficient and effective than any other medical system.

Western medicine has a history that stretches back to ancient Greece.

It was the first form of medical treatment for those suffering from infectious diseases that was accepted by many Western nations.

This treatment was known as “pharmaceutics”.

It is said that the first doctors in Western medicine were Hippocrates and he introduced the concept of medicine to the rest of the Western world.

In fact, the first doctor to have a full course of medicine in Greece was Hippocrates, who died in 415 BC.

Hippocrates was the greatest physician of all time.

He is credited with having introduced a new way of thinking about medicine and he believed that medicine should be based on science rather than religion.

He was also the founder of the school of medicine called the University of Athens.

In fact, in his Hippocratic Oath, he wrote:”I do not claim to be a doctor, nor am I a physician; but I believe that medicine is useful in certain cases and that it is better to use this science in the treatment of disease than to use it for pleasure.

Therefore, I have sworn by the name of the Father of Medicine, that I will not perform any act of medical science without first seeking the advice of two witnesses and notifying the people that the doctor who undertakes the act is a heretic”.

The first doctor who had a full and proper course of medical knowledge in the Ancient Greek world was Hippos, who was the doctor of medicine and the author of the Hippocratic oath.

Hippos had a complete knowledge of the whole of medicine, so he was able to distinguish the good from the bad and diagnose illness.

Hippocrates also used a system of deductive reasoning to treat illness, and he was very careful to be accurate and correct.

The medical establishment of the ancient world was not a monolithic body.

Some doctors, like Hippocrates were highly educated, while others, like Galen, were illiterate.

Hippolytes also used medical knowledge to treat patients and to make medical decisions.

There are other doctors of the Ancient world, such as Hippocrates who wrote treatises on medicine and other matters.

One of the best known of these doctors was Hipparchus, a physician who lived around 330 BC.

The Hippocratic system was a major part of the medicine of the classical world.

He used it to treat many illnesses and diseases, including asthma, rheumatism, and a variety of other ailments.

It was a medical system that included a doctor and a pharmacist, who had the authority to make a decision.

It also included a pharmaologist, who could prescribe medicine, but who also had the right to refuse medicine, and it included a medical student, who studied the medical knowledge of his predecessors.

Today we have many different forms of Western medical knowledge, and there are many different versions of it.

We have Western medicine that uses a lot of drugs and a lot is based in Western medical ideas, but it also uses a huge amount of natural remedies that have been