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  • Answer: shake well, squeeze tip/bulb watch medicine fill tube, release bulb, notice med is at correct line, insert into proper orifice, squeeze bulb to discharge med. release bulb. remove.
  • Answer: Family medicine residency is 3 years and is primary care focused. You learn internal medicine and some subspecialties, obstetrics, pediatrics and some surgery. You can therefore care for children, adults and pregnant women including delivering babies. Fellowship opportunities are somewhat limited

    Internal medicine residency is 3 years. You learn internal medicine and many subspecialties of internal medicine. You can therefore care for adults only. Fellowship opportunities are many and many trainees eventually subspecialize.

    Salaries are similar for both specialties in primary care but subspecializing increases earning potential.
  • Answer: If you are contrasting the benefits of conventional versus alternative/complementary medicine, I believe each therapy has its place in the spectrum of wellness. Complementary medicine may be at its best in preventive strategies for health maintenance, such as lipoic acid for diabetes or lutein for eye health. Acute medical conditions such as arrhythmias or pneumonia will nearly always require conventional medications to stabilize heart action or as an antibiotic for a specific bacteria.
    Many types of folk medicine have even proven to be harmful, such as turpentine for wormsor most types of Chinese traditional herbal substances. Generally, the greatest concern lies with their inability to affect the ptognosis of a medical condition, which could allow the disease to progress and deteriorate. Also of concern is the potential for harm, as many substances from India which have been found to contain lead and other contaminants.
    You can check the NCCAM website for more studies relating to complementary medicine.
  • Answer: Internal medicine is usually for adults and the illnesses that come with that age group. Family practitioner is for all age groups. Men, women, children, etc.
  • Answer: The Middle Colonies had farms but not plantations. Southern Colonies had plantations and farms. (The plantations were bigger than the farms.)
  • Answer: The four colonies of the Middle Colonies are Pennsylvania, Deleware, New York (and Vermont), and New Jersey.
  • Answer: Chronologically wise around 450-350 BC in the Hellenic island of KOS.

    Actually the ancient Greek text in much more explicit & Lakonic-language stupilates this:

    "Your nutrition is your pharmaco/medicine"
  • Answer: In the world there are far more than 13 colonies. However, in the history of the U.S., there were 13 original colonies which signed the Declaration of Independence (with the goal of breaking away from Great Britain.). These 13 colonies became the first 13 states of the U.S. after the Revolutionary War was over.
  • Answer: Medication can relieve pain, prevent health complications and make life better. In many cases it is a better alternative than dying.
  • Answer: Rx is used in place of the word: "prescription"
  • Answer: Basic pain relief such as paracetamol should be kept in the first aid kit. If you have any medications for a medical condition that should be kept. Examples are asthma, angina diabetes etc.

    Some families like to keep a selection of over the counter antibiotics. This can be possible if desired.
  • Answer: A medicine man is a traditional healer. They are usually thought of as being from tribal type groups. Most medicine men combine natural healing from products found in their area, combined with spiritualism.
  • Answer: it is just a unit of measurement, it stands for a cubic centimetre.

What medicine did they use in the 13 colonies?

  • There were very few remedies for disease in the Colonies.Physicians could use plants for medication, or they could undergosurgery. There were very few options medically at that time.

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