Teeth in eye surgery and other strange medical procedures.
In recent years, medicine has changed a lot, but many people will be surprised by the unusual nature of some medical procedures that are still used. Here are 10 examples of the most bizarre medical practices of our time.
1. Fighting skin cancer with cryotherapy
Cryogenics is a special field of scientific research that works with extremely low temperatures. Continue reading
In ancient cultures, a variety of healing methods were practiced. Some eventually formed the basis of modern medical standards, while others were so strange and even dangerous that one can only rejoice that they are no longer used. In our review, 10 forgotten medical practices from the past.
When a child begins to grow teeth, they say that they erupt. This term came from medical practice that arose in France in the 16th century.When the child began to cut their teeth, doctors cut the gum tissue over the teeth with a scalpel to allow them to “come out easier”. Continue reading
Phobias are usually the result of a combination of external factors (for example, past injuries) and internal tendencies (i.e., heredity or genetics). People who suffer from phobias may experience unreasonable fear, accompanied by rapid breathing, irregular heartbeat, shortness of breath, sweating, and nausea. Surprisingly, many of the rather strange phobias are present in many people, and it is almost impossible to diagnose them.
1. Alliumphobia-fear of garlic Continue reading