‘Western Wake Medicine’ Is Not a Cure

Western Wake Medicine is not a cure, but it’s a lot better than being an idiot, and a lot more expensive, and probably not as good as getting a bad case of cholera, according to one of the leading researchers in the field of Western Wake Medicines.This article first appeared on the National Review.(Photo: Getty …

When did Western medicine first emerge?

In the 1700s, French physician and philosopher Thomas More introduced the term “Western medicine” to describe a variety of medical practices that emphasized natural remedies and holistic approaches to health.He coined the term to refer to the “natural” way of thinking about health, said Andrew J. Hahn, a professor of history and bioethics at the …

How to avoid Western Medicine Bag and other Western medicine items

By: Anna Schubert Editor: Nick Trimble Publisher: Engadgets By: Nick Phipps It’s a little weird to see Western medicine in a bag, but this may be the first time in years that the phrase has been used in a marketing campaign.Western medicine is a medical technique that uses herbal, plant-based medicines to treat diseases like …

Medical schools to boost student enrolment

The number of medical students in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh will increase by nearly 1,000 by 2020 from 5,000 to 7,000.The Medical Science Department of the state government on Monday announced the decision to increase the enrolment of medical degree students by nearly 20 per cent from 5.2 lakh to 6.4 lakh.The department …

New Zealand physician discovers a ‘lost cause’

A Western-style medicine called Western-based medicine has a “lost cause” that can no longer be promoted, a New Zealand doctor has said.The New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) says it is concerned about the potential for harm, saying the new system is being developed in a way that is “at odds with modern medicine”.It has warned …