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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Who Is The Father? - A Correction

Correction to Posts Nature Cures, Not Physicians and Pringles & Butter & Milk Oh My!

 When searching for Hippocrates quotes, I keyed “father of modern medicine” but additional research shows that: Imhotep's best known writings were medical text. As a physician, Imhotep is believed to have been the author of the Edwin Smith Papyrus in which more than 90 anatomical terms and 48 injuries are described. He may have also founded a school of medicine in Memphis, a part of his cult center possibly known as "Asklepion, which remained famous for two thousand years. All of this occurred some 2,200 years before the Western Father of Medicine Hippocrates was born.

A little research later: … Hippocrates is still known to be the Father of Modern Medicine because his theory was the first time doctors began to look for realistic causes and cures of disease.

The purpose of The Health Alert blog is to provide an interactive forum addressing the external causes of disease; to note the side effects of prescription and otc drugs, and compare diseases and medications with garlic, providing an affordable option for Good Health, Naturally.

I’m of the opinion that regardless of whom fathered modern medicine, Barks Herbs Roots Twigs – The Earth Pharmacy© gives information documenting garlic’s [and other Tonic Herbs] ability to  prevent disease from A-to-Z. There are specific causes of disease; it appears that Hippocrates’ work maybe a continuation of Imhotep’s ingenious efforts.

Here’s one for you, and if Osler did not [say it] whoever did spoke the truth:

“The desire to take medicine is perhaps the greatest feature which distinguishes man from animals.” Sir William Osler, (1849 - 1919)

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This is not medicine or medical advice. Nutritional supplements may react adversely with prescription and over the counter drugs.

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