Medicine (tagged articles)
The Role of Native American Healing Traditions Within Allopathic Medicine
Rachna Vemireddy - Although spirituality has been an essential part of healing for most of mankind, modern medicine is more likely to embrace a mechanistic view of the human body where illness is an engineering problem and the body is the sum of discrete parts, rather than a complex... Keep Reading »
A Review of Rehabilitation Protocols Following ACL Reconstruction
Daniel Indorato - The present study provided a systematic review with meta-analysis of randomized control trials involving the effectiveness of various rehabilitation methods that have been implemented for the treatment of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR). The review... Keep Reading »
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Fire for Well-Being: Use of Prescribed Burning in the Northern Boreal Forest
Chantal Roy-Denis - Aboriginal peoples of the Northern Alberta Boreal Forest have used fire knowledge and burning practices to maintain their environment for generations. Prescribed burning is vital to Aboriginal peoples' relationships with the environment, and was essential to their... Keep Reading »
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Are E-Cigarettes a Safe Alternative to Smoking? Using Airway Cell Cultures to Assess Early Indicators of COPD Progression
Hayley E. Tartell - There is limited data available on the safety of electronic (E)-cigarettes, despite their commercial availability and widespread use. E-cigarettes are electronic devices that deliver nicotine to the lungs but limited data is available about their impact on lung health... Keep Reading »
Botulinum Toxins: Bad Bug or Miracle Medicine?
Erin B. Byers - Botulinum toxin is widely known for causing a type of food poisoning known as botulism. According to the Center for Disease Control, botulism is a rare but serious paralytic illness caused by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum (Center for Disease Control, 2008). Three... Keep Reading »
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