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  • In traditional Chinese medicine , elephant tusks are used to treat conditions including ulcers, bone ... and to help heal sore throats. Like most Chinese medicine , it's usually paired with other ingredients as a treatment. On that ... an excerpt from a book called Y?xué Rùmén, a Chinese medicine textbook that dates back to the Ming Dynasty. There's a recipe to ...
  • THE MEDICINE GAME, a film six years in the making, shares the remarkable journey ... play a ceremonial game of lacrosse, referred to as the " medicine game" - a very important medicine ceremony played to ward off sicknesses from the tribe. The obstacles ...
  • ... the city's new zoning law that put manufacturing plants beyond the edge of residential areas. He told his readers to imagine a ... skeptical of the future of uplift, although history shows its crooked trajectory in Los Angeles. I'm persuaded that our stories ...
  • ... her life and her legend have extended their relevance far beyond the geographical confines that mapped her mortal life. Through art, ... either Catholicism or the Spanish order. Instead, what it shows is that she and other Native Californians adapted to their ...
  • In 1987 it was a stew pot of abandoned buildings, squatters, drugs, prostitutes, peep show galleries, all you would expect from the lack of care.
  • Ask the average person what they know about Jamaican music and the first thing they will think of is Bob Marley. While the legacy of Marley is alive and well, in this episode, Jacob Edgar visits with some of today's most popular reggae artists who are keeping roots reggae going strong. Edgar's travels to St. Thomas, a small city east of Kingston, to visit with Tarrus Riley, one of the hottest...
  • ... Care at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and chair of the Rockefeller Foundation Lancet Commission on ... health. It's taken some time to take off because it's beyond the health sector, but it's becoming easier. We use positive messages ...
  • What do exercise and medicine have in common? Bob Sallis, our resident City Walk, MD, sheds new ... a visit to the pharmacy. What do exercise and medicine have in common? Bob Sallis, our resident City Walk, MD, sheds new ...
  • It wasn't always pretty, and it didn't always work, but the "doctors" of the Gold Rush did the best they could to take care of the throngs of immigrants who came to California in search of fame and fortune. Sacramento's Sutter's Fort is the backdrop of this adventure. Huell hears the story of how the Fort was chosen as the site of the first hospital in Sacramento that housed doctors, midwifes...

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