This is an index for posts on medicine and health. I have practiced and studied medicine for decades– both “alternative” and “orthodox” (loaded terms, I know). Jumping between various contradictory medical practices and philosophy has taught me much. The comparative nature of my experiences have greatly influence my opinions about philosophy, religion and people in general.
- Confessions of a Homeopath : an index post
- Confessions of an Acupuncturist : an index post
Alternative Medicine: General
- Orthodoxy in Oriental Medicine : orthodoxy rules everywhere
- Sabio’s Alt Med Background : a quick summary
- Alternative Medicine & Weirdos : one reason for leaving
- Alternative Medicine is of the Devil : how my background hurt me
- Whole Package Thinking : how we jump fully into a school of thought
On “Orthodox” Medicine
- Treating People like Nails
- Treat the patient, not the numbers : an important lesson
- Salutary Chaos: Monks, Worms & Hearts : chaos & health
- Medical Therapy Effectiveness : a graph about effectiveness
- Peeing away your cash
- On Circumcision
- A Diet Taxonomy: Free vs. Restrictive : all the various diets
- Acrylamide : bad stuff in your chips
- Pyramids to Plates: Watch your Diet : diagram of diets
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