What do we call a person who makes medicines and ointments using ingredients such as herbs and spices in the Middle Ages?
What was a highly infectious disease that spread throughout Europe in the Middle ages?
What do we call drawing blood from a patient by a doctor?
What theory was developed in Ancient Greece to explain illness?
What is a Physician?
What was the average life expectancy in the Middle Ages?
How high was infant mortality in the Middle Ages?
What are the Four Humours?
What did the Greeks think the Four Humours were linked to?
How could the Four Humours make you sick?
How did Galen develop the Theory of the Four Humours?
Using Galen's theory of opposites what would you give someone who had a cold?
What wold an emetic do to a patient?
What would a purge do to a patient?
Where was the first medical established in the 10th century?
What were medieval medicines made from?
In the 12th century physicians became interested in how the stars and planets could effect health, what do we call this?
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