... of Sweden, the Twin cities. According to their social history they could be labelled a “blue-collar” and a “white-collar” ... for CVD and more commonly report chest pain without seeking medical care, no increased incidence for various CVD-diagnoses were found. The ...
... East: Mesopotamia and Egypt ; Disease theory in the Western medical tradition: Greece, Rome, the Islamic world, and Medieval Europe ; ... of a written medical tradition, the methods of medical education, the practice of surgery, and the theories and practices of pharmacy. ...
... Some Ladies of South Africa / Marie A. Belloc. Women's Medical Work in India / Mrs. Frank Penny. Pioneer Women In India: Being Outline ...
... Niels Kayser Nielsen. The Swedish Sports Movement and the Medical Profession - A Question of Power? / Benkt Söderberg. Healthy Living ... The "Play Desert" of the Big City / Knut Dietrich. Embodied History - The Effect of Nazism on the Second and Third Post-War Generations in ...
- Book"Only in a republic can it be proved that science has no sex" Marie Elizabeth Zakrzewska (1829-1902) and the multiple meanings of science in the nineteenth-century United States
... their sentimental nature legitimized their entry into the medical field. Born in Berlin in 1829, Zakrzewska received her M.D. in 1856 ...
... on the life-histories of some of the women who sought a medical education between 1890 and 1939, reflecting upon the extent to which ...