Medicine was one such field — its practice beginning when doctors started promoting their ideas through "that which was taught," literally creating a body of knowledge known as doctrine.
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Let's get physical, physical/I wanna get physical/Let's get into physical/Let me hear your body talk/Your body talk/Let me hear your body talk."--- Olivia Newton-JohnPhysicality is an important facet of who we are. We often say there's nothing more important than our...
Oh my achin' back! Won't someone please lend a hand? Have you considered surgery at the hands of one of our hands-on professionals? They are, after all the elite of the medical profession.Presented by a Healthy Living Professor of Comics - Larry Paros
The language of health care got you down? Not to worry. Go behind the words. A little bit of sugar helps the medicine go down in this tongue-in-cheek series from educational comics by Larry Paros. This is the third column from our third book. Enjoy!
Engaged in a meaningful conversation with your Doctor, but can't understand a word he's saying? There's no need to feel badly. You need to learn some mumbo jumbo.
Please have a seat; the doctor will be with you shortly. He's come a long way etymologically, from the Latin docere, doctum, "to lead or teach." Our first doctors were teachers — learned men who had mastered a particular field of study, an accomplishment we recognize...