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  • Open Journal Systems. 2012. Open Journal Systems. Public Knowledge Project. (WUaS's wiki, information technologies and criteria for this - informed by the WUaS academic journal subject matter - are developing, since you can already publish your article at ).
  • Sometimes Neopets get sick. You can cure a sick pet by going to the Healing Springs or by getting it the appropriate Medicine. To find out what disease your pet has, check the quick reference page, then go to the hospital to find out the cure. You can buy medicine at the pharmacy or shops (but the Healing Springs are cheaper).
  • Description: Recover a little HP. Effect: Gain in: Any Item Shop. Price: 20 potch
  • Medicine has been used since the beginning of time to cure wounds and ailments. They come in a variety of forms and can be used in a variety of ways. The advances in medicine and medicinal care have proved to be an invaluable knowledge that has led to less fatalities and the longevity of our peoples. Like most good things however, medicine has a limit before it actually becomes harmful to our bodies, so proper care must be taken or else these tinctures could cause severe irreparable damage.
  • A medicine cat's main job is to heal their fellow Clanmates from their wounds and sicknesses. They have many ways of doing so, mostly through herbs and berries throughout the medicine cat of their store. It has been noted by Erin Hunter that these remedies should never be used on pet cats, and that sick pets should be seen to by a vet instead.
  • As Nature gives, so Nature takes away. But with a little skill and herblore, it is possible to use the gifts of Nature to prevent it from taking away, thus shifting the balance in our favor.--Renya Seen, Herbalist
  • The Medicine Career Track is a career that deals with human anatomy. It is one of the 10 basic careers in The Sims, The Sims 2, and The Sims 3. It returns in The Sims 4: Get to Work as an active career.
  • Medicine is a cutscene in Resident Evil 5. The forty-fourth in the game, it is played during Chapter 6-1.
  • Medicine is the art and science of healing.
  • Medicine is a field of study at The University. Kvothe studied it one Term. The Medica is the University's hospital and also the facility in which the subject is taught. The class is currently taught by Master Arwyl, the Master Physicker at The University.
  • Medicine is an unlockable tech talent available to Engineers and Sentinels. Medicine lowers the cooldown time on First Aid, and also enables the Neural Shock ability. It's important to note that despite its similarity to the Engineer class and wide variety of tech skills, the Quarian Machinist class does not receive access to Medicine.
  • is a 850. It can be sold for Shiroku Store yen.
  • Medicine is created by having Bart use a gold tinker on a jar of Honey. It can be used to make certain Pinatas change colour and is also necessary to tame a sour Crowla. Can make some Pinata variants, usually pink.
  • A villager that is sick will stay inside their house. Purple and black swirls (which can also be seen when a villager is sad or upset during a conversation with the player or another villager) appear around their heads as they walk. They are likely to shiver when they stand still. When the player speaks to the villager, an extra conversation option appears that lets the player offer them some medicine. If the player gives the villager a dose of medicine, they are grateful and will give the player a gift once they've recovered.
  • "Health & Medicine" On this page you can find information related to health statistics and rankings in Oklahoma.
  • Medicine is a somewhat advanced technology in Civilization games.
  • Medicine (Intelligence) Medicine is the skill of those characters who is familiar with the medical practices of Rokugan. He may treat diseases and care wounds. It is considered a High and Lore Skill.
  • Medicine is the practice and investigation of the body and what can damage or affect it.
  • There is a proposal for a wikia on the "USMLE step 1 exam, which all medical students in the United States must take during the beginning of their medical education." If you would like to comment on this proposal, go to w:c:requests:Step1.
  • Medicine serves multiple functions, from simple potions of healing, to reagents for skills, to crafting materials.
  • Time Taken: Minutes or hours. Specializations: Specific field known — medicines, cyborging, surgery. Characters with this skill can perform complex medical procedures such as surgery, operation of bacta tanks, and the installation of cybernetic replacements and enhancements. They are also familiar with all types of medicines and are capable of using them to best effect.
  • [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Medicine]] medicin < [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Medicine]] < [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Medicine]] medicīna (“‘the healing art, medicine, a physician's shop, a remedy, medicine’”), feminine of medicinus (“‘of or belonging to physic or surgery, or to a physician or surgeon’”) < medicus (“‘a physician, surgeon’”) < medeor (“‘I heal’”).
  • . Medicine is an research topic in the Godfather Five Families.
  • Medicine is the science and practice of diagnosing and treating damage that affect the mind and/or body of living beings. It also deals with the prevention of diseases. The chief medical officer was usually responsible of all medical matters on a starship. Both Nobel Prizes and Ignobel Prizes were awarded for medical achievements. (RIS Bouteina: "Doctor Rihanna")
  • Medicine is the main theme of the television series Casualty. This is a medical glossary for any medical vocabulary that appears in Casualty. The items listed here may vary from surgical instruments to diseases, surgeries, and surgery specialties.
  • Medicine is a craftable syringe in Far Cry 3 and Far Cry 4 made out of green leafs. Upon using it, it refill some of the players health. The amount of health restored varies on what skills the player has. In Far Cry 3 it can be crafted in the Crafting menu, using one green leaf. In Far Cry 4 it will be auto-crafted using two green hurks if there is enough in the inventory and the Medicine slot are not full.
  • Medicine is one of the 17 unique character skills. Its categorized as healing skill. Medicine increases the duration and the amount of restoration potions. The maximum level this skill can reach is 120. __TOC__
  • Medicine influencia nos efeitos das poções. Voce mesmo pode sair de efeitos de coma e envenenamento. Após aprender a habilidade, o uso de Poções aumenta a experiencia em Medicina e aumenta seu nivel.
  • Medicine is a Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas skill that replaces the First Aid and Doctor skills from Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics. This skill was called Medic in Van Buren, the canceled Fallout 3 game by Black Isle Studios, and J.E. Sawyer's Fallout Role-Playing Game.
  • setting of bones and an extensive set of pharmacopoeia. Egyptian medical thought influenced later traditions, including the Greeks.
  • Something you take when you are sick, kind of like cock.
  • Medicine is a type of item that can be used to heal Pokémon or improve their stats.
  • Medicine helps people who are sick or dying. 2010 Current Medical Technology. All predictions assume sufficient research funding. 2011 (In 1 year): * Develop multiple applications for skin, cartilage, bone, blood vessel, and some urological products (33) * Develop insurance reimbursable regenerative therapies. * Establish standards for FDA regenerative medicine therapy product approvals. * Solve cell sourcing issues, giving researchers access to the materials they need to design new therapies * Establish cost-effective means of production, paving the way for future products. * Establish specialized cell banks for tissue storage, allowing storage of viable “off the shelf” products
  • Medicine is the scientific and professional discipline dealing with the study, diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury. In modern times, the practice of medicine is largely limited to licensed physicians, a profession which now includes surgeons, a group that until the early 20th century was treated as a separate skilled profession. Medicine has made rapid advances during the last 100 years, partly due to a better understanding of nutrition and sanitation, but partly through developments such as antibiotics and antiseptics.
  • According to both the Shoninki and Giyoshu manuals, medicine was essential for a shinobi. If a shinobi gets sick in the field, he will not be able to accomplish his task. The two manuals recommend shinobi to carry field medicine at all times. The medicine mentioned is called kusuri. Kusuri means worm killer, this is because at the time people thought that stomachaches or food poisoning were caused by worms.
  • Medicine, or medical science, was the science and practice of treating damage and ailments that affected the mind or body of a humanoid. It also dealt in the prevention and diagnosis of said damage and ailments. In the late 20th century, the fad known as cryonics froze people at the time of death with the hope that some time in the future, when presumably medical science had a cure for whatever killed them, they would be thawed back to life, healed, and sent on about their business. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone" )
  • <default>Medicine</default> Obtained From: Location: Appearance: Frank Minelli's stomach medicine, which he keeps in his locker at the NPD station in Newport. The brand name is 'Tummy Ooh Aah - Fast Relief For A Runny Tummy'. He begs April, who is impersonating Sgt Maria Hernandez, to fetch it for him after eating candy dipped in kerosene-smelling goo. Obtained from Minelli's locker in the NPD station.
  • The medicine is an item that the player can sell to make some extra money. The only reason to buy this from a shop would be to smuggle it into another country to make more money by selling it there. However, if that country has a ban on the item, you risk being searched at the checkpoint and given a fine. This applies to most other goods. The value of the item in the country it's in will vary greatly. The following situations can occur: Additionally, the base non-discounted value of this item will always be different, but generally stays within a fixed price margin.
  • In Westeros, the Order of Maesters is an organization of scholars, healers, and learned men. While not all maesters have, as a rule, received training in medicine (signified by a silver link in their chains), many have received medical training and serve as doctors throughout the Seven Kingdoms. Maesters appointed to major castles such as Winterfell or the Red Keep in King's Landing usually have been trained in medicine.
  • Medicines are often large and have basic numbers painted on the coating so they are easy to see. Some medicines are taken orally, but on occasion require inhalation through oral cavities, and inserting by means of other bodily crevices. Most medicines come complete with stickers or amusing wrap, usually for the psychological healing they provide to your inner child.
  • Medicine is a 2nd-level Blue Element and consumable item in Chrono Cross. Nulling the Flu and other blue Status Effects, Medicine can be purchased in Guldove and Marbule from the Demi-human merchants there. Lisa in Another World's Termina also stocks the item. In both Home and Another World, the merchant in Arni sells Medicine. At all locations, the price for one dose is 15 G each. A chest in Hydra Marshes (Home World) contains a free Medicine.
  • Taking too much medicine can be very dangerous. Medicines must be kept where young children cannot get to them. Older children and other residents need to be educated about the dangers of taking too much medicine or medicine that is not prescribed for them. Medicines can also expire. When a medicine is too old, it can be less effective. Some medicines break down creating hazardous byproducts when they age. Make sure that the medicines in your home are not past their expiration date. Some medicines must be kept within a certain temperature range.
  • Medicine in this world of kung fu, instantly replenishes the body and mind. Like with Food, taking these items will cause the player's health points or mana points to instantly recover a certain amount, the amount depending upon the specific medicine item. Certain medicine items not only replenish lost health and mana, they also will supply the player with a temporary stat improvement. The biggest difference between Food items and Medicine items is that the food causes a slow regeneration over time but gives more for the same price, while medicine gives instant health or mana at a higher price. Besides the instantaneous return of health or mana, there are medicines that do other things as well such as curing the player of a poison.
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  • * Like other goods, it has a chance of being banned in certain countries. * Can be found in crates on the road.
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  • Effectiveness of stimpaks, super stimpaks, Rad-X and RadAway.
  • Effectiveness of stimpaks, Rad-X and RadAway.
gainin
  • Any Item Shop.
  • Buy from Item Shop.
  • Lordlake , Withered Forest , Sol-Falena , Sol-Falena , Ceras Lake Castle
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  • yes
  • *Increases Healing performed by 25% *Decreases Damage dealt by -15%
  • *Increases Healing performed by 30% *Decreases Damage dealt by -15%
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Power
  • Stimulant
  • Aid Other
  • Aid Self
  • Resuscitate
Appearance
Game
  • Resident Evil 5
loc
  • ???
  • All Poké Marts
  • The Gar-N-Tea Motel
  • Vendors???
Name
  • Medicine
  • Potion
  • Awakening
  • Zinc
  • Iron
  • Protein
  • Broom
  • Revive
  • Mint
  • Elixir
  • Calcium
  • Dock
  • Honey
  • Antidote
  • Fennel
  • Ether
  • HP Up
  • Rosemary
  • Resident
  • Paramedic
  • Lemonade
  • Carbos
  • Lavender
  • Neurosurgeon
  • Burnet
  • Max Ether
  • Medical Intern
  • World Renowned Surgeon
  • Revival Herb
  • Soda Pop
  • Dandelion
  • Organ Donor
  • Gene Therapist
  • Marigold
  • Rare Candy
  • Trauma Surgeon
  • Swift Wing
  • Parsley
  • Heal Powder
  • Bed Pan Cleaner
  • Alder Bark
  • Beech Leaves
  • Berry Juice
  • Bindweed
  • Blackberry Leaves
  • Borage Leaves
  • Bright-eye
  • Burdock Root
  • Burn Heal
  • Catchweed
  • Catmint
  • Celandine
  • Chervil
  • Chickweed
  • Chili PawtDog©
  • Chili-Cheese PawtDog©
  • Chocolate SnomeCone©
  • Classic PawtDog©
  • Clever Wing
  • Cob Nuts
  • Coltsfoot
  • Comfrey Root
  • Cowatti Cola©
  • Daisy Leaf
  • Deadly Nightshade
  • DippinDops©
  • Dried Oak Leaf
  • Elder Leaves
  • Energy Root
  • EnergyPowder
  • Feverfew
  • Fresh Water
  • Full Heal
  • Full Restore
  • Gar-N-Tea
  • Genius Wing
  • Goatweed
  • GoldenCrisp Fries©
  • Hawkweed
  • Health Wing
  • Heather Nectar
  • Holly Berries
  • Horsetail
  • Hyper Potion
  • Ice Heal
  • Infectious Disease Researcher
  • Ivy Leaf
  • Juniper Berries
  • Lamb's Ear
  • Loaded PawtDog©
  • Lovage
  • Lungwort
  • Mallow Leaves
  • Max Elixir
  • Max Potion
  • Max Revive
  • Moomoo Milk
  • Mouse Bile
  • Muscle Wing
  • PP Max
  • PP Up
  • Parlyz Heal
  • Poppy Seeds
  • Rainbow Sprinkle SnomeCone©
  • Raspberry Leaves
  • Resist Wing
  • Sacred Ash
  • Sage Candy Bar
  • Strawberry SnomeCone©
  • Super Potion
  • Sweet-Sedge
  • Traveling Herbs
  • Vanilla SnomeCone©
  • Water Hemlock
  • Willow Leaves
Type
  • Passive
  • Consumable
  • N/A
  • other
  • poison
  • disease
  • skill
  • wound
ImageSize
  • 280
Value
  • 9
Caption
  • A Doctor injecting a patient.
  • Mel uses Medicine on herself.
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  • A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Speed stat of a single Pokémon.
  • A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Sp. Def stat of a single Pokémon.
  • A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base HP of a single Pokémon.
  • A very bitter medicinal herb. It revives a fainted Pokémon, fully restoring its HP.
  • It restores the PP of all the moves learned by the targeted Pokémon by 10 points each.
  • It fully restores the PP of a single selected move that has been learned by the target Pokémon.
  • A spray-type medicine for wounds. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by just 20 points.
  • An item for use on a Pokémon. It slightly increases the base Sp. Atk stat of a single Pokémon.
  • An item for use on a Pokémon. It slightly increases the base Sp. Def stat of a single Pokémon.
  • It revives all fainted Pokémon. In doing so, it also fully restores their HP.
  • A spray-type medicine for wounds. It completely restores the HP of a single Pokémon.
  • A very bitter medicine powder. It heals all the status problems of a single Pokémon.
  • A medicine that fully restores the HP and heals any status problems of a single Pokémon.
  • A delicious frozen snack shaped like a mischevious little Pokémon. Fully restores HP, cures burns.
  • A spray-type medicine for wounds. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 200 points.
  • A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Sp. Atk stat of a single Pokémon.
  • A medicine that revives a fainted Pokémon. It fully restores the Pokémon's HP.
  • An item for use on a Pokémon. It slightly increases the base Speed stat of a single Pokémon.
  • It slightly raises the maximum PP of a selected move that has been learned by the target Pokémon.
  • A 100% pure juice made of Berries. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by just 20 points.
  • A spray-type medicine. It awakens a Pokémon from the clutches of sleep.
  • A medicine that revives a fainted Pokémon. It restores half the Pokémon's maximum HP.
  • A spray-type medicine. It defrosts a Pokémon that has been frozen solid.
  • Heals the Flu and blue Status Effects.
  • A very sweet drink. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 80 points.
  • A spray-type medicine. It lifts the effect of poison from one Pokémon.
  • A delicious frozen snack shaped like a mischevious little Pokémon. Restores 50 HP, cures burns.
  • A very bitter medicine powder. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 50 points.
  • Urobos's famous candy. When consumed, it restores 20 HP to an injured Pokémon.
  • An item for use on a Pokémon. It slightly increases the base HP of a single Pokémon.
  • A spray-type medicine. It heals all the status problems of a single Pokémon.
  • A spray-type medicine. It heals a single Pokémon that is suffering from a burn.
  • Water with a high mineral content. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 50 points.
  • A fizzy soda drink. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 60 points.
  • A steamy snack for a Pokémon on the go. Restores 200 HP, cures freeze.
  • An item for use on a Pokémon. It slightly increases the base Attack stat of a single Pokémon.
  • A candy that is packed with energy. It raises the level of a single Pokémon by one.
  • A snack so tasty it brings a smile to any Pokémons face. Restores 200, raises happiness.
  • A spray-type medicine for wounds. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 50 points.
  • A highly energizing drink. Restores 50 HP and boosts the Pokémons speed.
  • A cup of fishy tasting tea. Cures any status ailment.
  • A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Defense stat of a single Pokémon.
  • A very bitter root. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 200 points.
  • A steamy snack for a Pokémon on the go. Restores 20 HP, cures freeze.
  • Milk with a very high nutrition content. It restores the HP of one Pokémon by 100 points.
  • A delicious frozen snack shaped like a mischevious little Pokémon. Restores 20 HP, cures burns.
  • An item for use on a Pokémon. It slightly increases the base Defense stat of a single Pokémon.
  • It maximally raises the top PP of a selected move that has been learned by the target Pokémon.
  • A curious snack comprised of tiny colorful spheres. Cures any status ailment.
  • A nutritious drink for Pokémon. It raises the base Attack stat of a single Pokémon.
  • A steamy snack for a Pokémon on the go. Restores 50 HP, cures freeze.
  • It fully restores the PP of all the moves learned by the targeted Pokémon.
  • It restores the PP of a Pokémon's selected move by a maximum of 10 points.
  • A spray-type medicine. It eliminates paralysis from a single Pokémon.
  • A delicious frozen snack shaped like a mischevious little Pokémon. Restores 200 HP, cures burns.
  • A steamy snack for a Pokémon on the go. Fully restores HP, cures freeze.
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  • Medicine
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  • yes
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  • 13
  • 20
  • 250
  • ??
Title
  • Medicine
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Icon
  • Medicine_Aid.png
  • Medicine_SelfAdministration.png
  • Medicine_SmellingSalts.png
  • Medicine_Stimulant.png
  • Spell Common Medicine.png
Class
  • Common
Description
  • Unknown
  • A sweet-smelling plant with large, leafy, fern-like leaves and small white flowers. The roots are described as being knobby and brown.
  • It has large leaves, small bell-shaped flowers, which are pink, white, or purple, and fat, black roots. Tangy smell.
  • A hospital full of patients leads to stacks of bed pans that need to be cleaned. The only thing worse than smelling bed pans is cleaning them, but that's no reason to slack. Remember, it's all for the patients!
  • A small shrub with faintly scented, bell-shaped flowers that are purple tinged with green in colour. Berries are shiny and black when ripe.
  • Purple-blue berries from the dark green, spiky-leaved juniper bush.
  • Large, broad leaves that can be serrated, entire or sparsely toothed.
  • A tall, bristly-stemmed plant, referred to with fleshy stalks.
  • A long-stemmed plant with ragged-edged crinkly leaves, Sharp scent, tastes cold and fresh, tastes the same fresh or dried.
  • Because only 10% of the brain is utilized, or so the myth says, everyone severely hopes the Neurosurgeon delicately dabbles around this important region of the body. One misstep and the hospital incurs huge losses, namely... your employment.
  • A flowering plant with yellow or white flowers resembling dandelions. Grows best in newleaf.
  • Arrow-head shaped leaves with pale white or pink trumpet shaped flowers.
  • Has oval-shaped leaves with serrated edges. Stems grow 50-200cm tall, with large clusters of small flower buds on top.
  • A leafy and delicious-smelling plant.
  • A low-growing flower; yellow to bright orange.
  • A plant with fuzzy green balls on long stems.
  • A small purple flowering plant.
  • A sweet, golden-coloured liquid made by bees.
  • An herb with dark green leaves speckled with gray
  • Bark of the alder tree.
  • Foul smelling, yellowish-green liquid.
  • Leaves from the Elder tree.
  • Leaves from the ivy vine.
  • Leaves of the willow tree.
  • Nectar found in bell-shaped flowers.
  • Need a healer in your team? Here I am!
  • Plant with ovate leaves
  • Prickly leaves from the blackberry bush.
  • Recover 100 HP
  • Recover a little HP.
  • Round, cartoon-like ruffled leaves.
  • Shrubs with small leaves and small yellow flowers.
  • Small green plant with yellow and orange flowers.
  • Soft to the touch, but with jagged edges.
  • Soft, fuzzy green plant.
  • Standard household medicine. Restores a little HP.
  • Tall with needle-like leaves and purple flowers.
  • Tall-stemmed plant with fat, almond-shaped leaves.
  • Thick green stem with long buds at the top.
  • Thick, dark green, oval shaped leaves.
  • Thin, spiky leaves.
  • It is easily distinguished by its small blue or pink star-shaped flowers and hairy leaves.
  • Yellow flower with four petals.
  • Large fuzzy three-nubbed leaves from a flowering shrub; sweet rose scent.
  • Green or white flowers with petals in umbrella-shaped clusters
  • At times it felt like the drudgery of being an intern would never end, but the title of Resident proves your medical acumen and dedication to saving lives were appreciated all along. The days of specialized medicine aren't too far ahead, so enjoy general practice while it lasts.
  • Tall-stemmed thistle with a sharp smell and dark leaves.
  • Traveling Herbs consist of sorrel, daisy, chamomile and burnet.
  • Plant with spiny leaves that produces red berries with no medicinal value.
  • Doctor or not, there's a long way to go before you will earn the respect of peers and the right to use a scalpel on patients. Pay attention to the other doctors and study the latest medical journals, or else it's back to the bed pans for you.
  • You're an Infectious Disease Researcher, a front-line soldier in the fight against strange diseases without obvious cures. With entire populations in danger of Strangetown Syndrome, there's no time to waste. Take care, Doctor, as you step into harm's way.
  • There's no such thing as an uncureable disease or fatal ailment with a World Renowned Surgeon in the room. There's no surgery too intense or bill to small for you, because you're simply the best the world has to offer.
  • Downy, serrated leaves ranging from green to purple and yellow in color. Flowers are small and white or purple in color.
  • In a profession where the patient always comes first, the Organ Donor is the epitome of that philosophy. Donating with a smile will go a long way towards getting you on the other side of the scalpel, so try to make the best of this dicey situation.
  • Finally, some hands-on medical care! Paramedics are the first on the scene to provide emergency care, so it's important for you to touch up on Logical reasoning so that the split-second decisions you make are the correct ones!
  • A smooth brown nut with a hard outside shell. A type of hazelnut.
  • Small bush with flowers resembling daisies. Has a sharp tangy smell and small soft leaves.
  • Tiny, round black seeds that are shaken out of a dried poppy flowerhead.
  • Common, large-leafed plant with a tangy smell and taste.
  • Common yellow-flowered plant with long, hollow stems. After flowering is finished, the flower transforms a sphere made out of hundreds of smaller white florets with seed heads at the bottom that connect to the flower head.
  • There are Sims with good genes, bad genes, and in rare cases, none at all, which is where the Gene Therapist steps in. Gradually, through good beside manner and therapeutic measures, the patient will have the best genes Simoleons can buy. The stakes have been upped now that the genes are out of the bottle.
  • Patients who've suffered grievous injury come to Trauma Surgeons to save their lives in the Emergency Room. Seconds count, and the entire responsibility for failure rests on your hopefully able shoulders. Thankfully, the entire hospital is here to wipe your brow when needed... just not be everyone at once.
Color
User
  • Any
Video
Released
  • 2011
Target
  • One Ally
hours
  • 7
  • 9
Artist
  • Daughter
Usage
  • Unknown
  • N/A
  • Eaten
  • Fastens sticks to broken legs to keep them in place.
  • The root is dug up, the soil is washed off, and then it is chewed into a pulp.
  • The white liquid is thought to be applied to bee stings. Leaves can be chewed.
  • A traveling herb.
  • By ShadowClan medicine cats to store other herbs.
  • Chewed and eaten.
  • Chewed into a paste.
  • Chewed on.
  • Chewed to a poultice, and applied to wounds.
  • Eaten, or given by moss soaked in it.
  • Eaten, such as catmint/catnip.
  • Eaten.
  • For tooth pain.
  • Given daily.
  • Included in herbal mixtures.
  • It is chewed and eaten by nursing queens.
  • Juice is trickled into the eye.
  • Leaves chewed into a pulp.
  • Made into ointments.
  • One must swallow the sap.
  • Rubbed on a dead body.
  • The burrs are put on the pelt where poultices are.
  • These leaves are chewed into a pulp.
  • To quickly kill a cat who cannot be saved.
  • Turned into a poultice.
  • Put on the pelt of a dead cat to prepare for burial.
  • By ThunderClan medicine cats for carrying other herbs.
  • It could be a painkiller, or help stop bleeding during kitting.
  • Petals or leaves chewed in a poultice. Juice can be used as well.
  • It is used to make poultices for broken legs and wounds.
  • Placed under a cats nose and is to be inhaled constantly, or rubbed/placed on an animal's body to hide the scent of death.
  • The liquid is stored in moss and dabbed onto ticks embedded in pelt.
  • The dried leaves are to be stored in a dry location until the time of usage, when they are chewed into a thick poultice and spread on a wound.
  • Stalks are broken and juice is squeezed into the receiver's mouth.
  • Roots are chewed into a poultice. Can also be lined in one's nest.
  • Chewed to extract the juice of the leaves or the root.
  • Chewed up and applied to scratches. Similar to sorrel. Also can be put in one's nest during sleep.
offset
  • 0
Effect
  • Unknown
  • Cannot be used in battle.
  • HP +100
  • None.
  • Unknown.
  • Cures fever and chills. Also used to hide the scent of death.
  • Evolves Phlask and Exothermic form Noxial when held.
  • Used to give a cat more energy and strength, and it keeps the cat from getting hungry for a long time.
  • Raises the PP of one selected move by 3/5 of the move's base PP .
  • Restores a fainted Pokémon to half of its full HP.
  • If it is mixed with bright-eye, it can help cure coughs.
  • Used to heal poison, paralysis, sleep, burn, freeze and confusion.
  • Lessens and heals the pain of infected rat bites; used to prevent infection of rat bites.
  • Adds 10 Speed EVs to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 100 Speed EVs.
  • They can help a cat sleep, soothe shock or distress, or ease pain. Not recommended for nursing queens.
  • Adds 10 HP EVs to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 100 HP EVs.
  • Best remedy for the deadly greencough, which kits and elders usually catch in the season of leaf-bare. Can also be used for whitecough.
  • Adds 1 HP EV to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 255 HP EVs.
  • Restores a fainted Pokémon, completely restoring its HP.
  • Causes writhing, pain, and foaming at the mouth.
  • Close, Ally Rez
  • Close, Ally +Res
  • Close, Ally Heal
  • Completely restores HP and cures burn.
  • Completely restores HP and cures freeze.
  • Could possibly ease pain, or stop bleeding.
  • Cures yellowcough.
  • Eases anxiety and grief.
  • Eases infection.
  • Eases the swelling of bee stings.
  • Eases toothaches.
  • For infected wounds and bellyache, respectively. Can also be used during kitting.
  • Fully restores the PP of one move.
  • Adds 10 Special Defense EVs to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 100 Special Defense EVs.
  • Gives a cat strength.
  • Heals a Pokémon by 20 HP.
  • Heals a Pokémon by 200 HP.
  • Heals a Pokémon by 50 HP.
  • Heals a Pokémon to its full HP.
  • Heals any ailment
  • Helps pain in the hips.
  • Hides the scent of death.
  • Like catmint but not as strong.
  • Lowers friendship.
  • Makes swallowing easier and sweetens mixtures.
  • Eases breathing or kitten-cough, as well as cracked or sore pads.
  • Poisonous.
  • Restores 10 PP of one move.
  • Restores 10 PP to all moves of one Pokémon.
  • Restores 100 HP.
  • Restores 20 HP and cures burn.
  • Restores 20 HP and cures freeze.
  • Restores 20 HP.
  • Restores 200 HP and cures burn.
  • Restores 200 HP and cures freeze.
  • Restores 200 HP and raises happiness.
  • Restores 200 HP.
  • Restores 50 HP and boosts speed.
  • Restores 50 HP and cures burn.
  • Restores 50 HP and cures freeze.
  • Restores 50 HP.
  • Restores 60 HP.
  • Restores 80 HP.
  • Restores all PP to all moves of one Pokémon.
  • Revives a fainted Pokémon .
  • Self Heal, Res
  • Soothes bellyache.
  • Soothes damaged eyes.
  • Soothes sprains.
  • Stops infection from setting in.
  • Stops vomiting.
  • The ticks fall off.
  • Treats infections and stops bleeding.
  • Used to defrost a frozen Pokémon.
  • Used to heal a burn.
  • Used to heal paralysis.
  • Used to heal poisoning.
  • Used to wake a sleeping Pokémon up.
  • Stops a queen from producing milk if her kits die, don't need milk anymore, or are producing too much milk. Also used to cure bellyache.
  • Stops poultices from being rubbed off without hurting the skin.
  • Adds 1 Special Defense EV to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 255 Special Defense EVs.
  • Stops infection. Stops bleeding. Used for inflammation of stiff joints.
  • Evolves Phlask and Endothermic form Noxial when held.
  • Adds 10 Special Attack EVs to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 100 Special Attack EVs.
  • It produces more and better milk. It also brings down fevers.
  • Soothes scratches, though can sting when being applied. Soothes sore pads. If placed in nests, it can ease the pain of wounds.
  • Eases the pain of aching joints. It is also a traveling herb.
  • Adds 10 Defense EVs to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 100 Defense EVs.
  • Soothes bellyaches, gives strength, and helps troubled breathing. It is also used to help calm cats.
  • Adds 10 Attack EVs to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 100 Attack EVs.
  • Is said to help stop minor bleeding on Twolegs. Keeps a cat's strength up.
  • Treats greencough, though catnip is often preferred.
  • If it is mixed with lovage, it can help cure coughs.
  • Heals the targeted character for 100 HP. Comes in packages of 5.
  • Thought to soothe and heal bee stings. Its leaves can also be chewed to act like a painkiller.
  • Raises the PP of one selected move by 1/5 of the move's base PP .
  • Heals a Pokémon to its full HP and restores all status conditions.
  • Adds 1 Attack EV to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 255 Attack EVs.
  • Adds 1 Special Attack EV to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 255 Special Attack EVs.
  • Adds 1 Speed EV to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 255 Speed EVs.
  • Adds 1 Defense EV to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 255 Defense EVs.
  • Reduces body temperature for cats with fever or chills. Also heals aches and pains, especially good for headaches.
  • Restores all fainted Pokémon, completely restoring their HP and PP.
  • Repairs broken bones or soothes wounds. Also used for wrenched claws. Can be used for itching or for inflammation on stiff joints. Also eases stiffness on wrenched shoulders when lined in a nest. Can be used for burns.
  • Soothes infections, is a great remedy for smoke-damaged or sore throats, helps cats swallow other concoctions, helps soothe coughing, and gives energy.
  • Raises a Pokémon by one level, up until level 100.
Location
  • Locker room
  • Unknown
  • In the Forest Territories, it was found at Snakerocks.
  • Patch beside ThunderClan nursery in the Forest Territories.
  • Grows best in moist, well drained soil, with full sun.
  • Rarely found in the wild; mostly found in Twoleg gardens.
  • All over forest.
  • Almost anywhere; they are very handy plants.
  • Almost everywhere.
  • Any marshy area.
  • Best grown in shady areas.
  • Best in dry areas.
  • Can be found anywhere there are mice present.
  • Commonly found in the mountains.
  • Damp, grassy places.
  • Forests.
  • Found on raspberry bushes.
  • Grows almost anywhere.
  • Grows best along the water.
  • Grows best in forests.
  • Grows in ThunderClan's forest territory.
  • Grows in almost any soil that is not waterlogged.
  • Grows in places that are not wet.
  • Grows in the ThunderClan medicine den.
  • Grows mainly in boggy, wet terrain.
  • In honeycombs or bees nests up in trees.
  • Moist, shady places. Often grows in places where the soils are rich in limestone.
  • Grows best near shore, but best collected at sunhigh, when they are dry.
  • Near water.
  • Often found in 5-9 leaflets.
  • RiverClan territory
  • Usually found in dry, grassy meadows.
  • Wet, marshy areas.
  • WindClan moor
  • Grows by a waterfall in RiverClan's forest territory. It also grows well in ShadowClan's lake territory.
  • Grows all through leaf-bare. Most common around the RiverClan camp.
  • Doesn't grow well in mountains, best in leafy areas.
  • Near the ThunderClan warriors' den in the forest territory.
  • Grown in Twoleg gardens. Can also be found in sunny spots with sandy or gravelly soil.
  • In the Forest Territories, it grew near Sunningrocks.
  • Found in numerous places, especially on dry soils near the sea/coast and on riverbanks.
  • Grows better on ThunderClan's territory, though it also grows on RiverClan's territory.
  • It is common in hedges and other low, shrubby vegetation.
  • All over the forest floor and collected in leaf-fall.
  • In, under or near hazel trees that grow in sunny spots.
perks
  • Ability to determine the gender of the baby of a pregnant Sim and use the Brag about being a Doctor interaction
pension
  • 190
  • 460
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  • Open Journal Systems. 2012. Open Journal Systems. Public Knowledge Project. (WUaS's wiki, information technologies and criteria for this - informed by the WUaS academic journal subject matter - are developing, since you can already publish your article at ).
  • Sometimes Neopets get sick. You can cure a sick pet by going to the Healing Springs or by getting it the appropriate Medicine. To find out what disease your pet has, check the quick reference page, then go to the hospital to find out the cure. You can buy medicine at the pharmacy or shops (but the Healing Springs are cheaper).
  • Description: Recover a little HP. Effect: Gain in: Any Item Shop. Price: 20 potch
  • Medicine has been used since the beginning of time to cure wounds and ailments. They come in a variety of forms and can be used in a variety of ways. The advances in medicine and medicinal care have proved to be an invaluable knowledge that has led to less fatalities and the longevity of our peoples. Like most good things however, medicine has a limit before it actually becomes harmful to our bodies, so proper care must be taken or else these tinctures could cause severe irreparable damage.
  • A medicine cat's main job is to heal their fellow Clanmates from their wounds and sicknesses. They have many ways of doing so, mostly through herbs and berries throughout the medicine cat of their store. It has been noted by Erin Hunter that these remedies should never be used on pet cats, and that sick pets should be seen to by a vet instead.
  • <default>Medicine</default> Obtained From: Location: Appearance: Frank Minelli's stomach medicine, which he keeps in his locker at the NPD station in Newport. The brand name is 'Tummy Ooh Aah - Fast Relief For A Runny Tummy'. He begs April, who is impersonating Sgt Maria Hernandez, to fetch it for him after eating candy dipped in kerosene-smelling goo. Minelli has genetically enhanced bowels, which might explain why he has the medicine to begin with - or it could possibly be because he's a frequent customer at the fast food restaurant, Kool Kow. However, although the medicine seems to calm his stomach down, it also brings on sneezes that are violent enough to make him sneeze out his synthetic eye. Obtained from Minelli's locker in the NPD station.
  • According to both the Shoninki and Giyoshu manuals, medicine was essential for a shinobi. If a shinobi gets sick in the field, he will not be able to accomplish his task. The two manuals recommend shinobi to carry field medicine at all times. The medicine mentioned is called kusuri. Kusuri means worm killer, this is because at the time people thought that stomachaches or food poisoning were caused by worms. According to the Akutagawa Kaden shinobi needed to have at least a basic knowledge of medicinal plants and travel medicines. Recipes to cure sunstroke, vomiting, headaches, and to treat wounds are all required alongside other medical treatments and first aid that is needed while out performing a mission. There was a requirement for medical aid to prevent exhaustion under the extreme conditions shinobi worked under.
  • As Nature gives, so Nature takes away. But with a little skill and herblore, it is possible to use the gifts of Nature to prevent it from taking away, thus shifting the balance in our favor.--Renya Seen, Herbalist
  • Medicine is a 2nd-level Blue Element and consumable item in Chrono Cross. Nulling the Flu and other blue Status Effects, Medicine can be purchased in Guldove and Marbule from the Demi-human merchants there. Lisa in Another World's Termina also stocks the item. In both Home and Another World, the merchant in Arni sells Medicine. At all locations, the price for one dose is 15 G each. A chest in Hydra Marshes (Home World) contains a free Medicine. A character can equip Medicine only to the 2nd level Element Grid spot, but it can be allocated multiple times, at the limit of 5 Medicine per slot. Because of this, Medicine can be used multiple times through a battle, unlike other Elements, which are limited to one use, excluding Riddel's use of SnakeFangs. If additional unequipped Medicines reside in reserve, they will restock after each battle in which they are used. Medicine can be consumed outside of battle to cure Status Effect as well.
  • The Medicine Career Track is a career that deals with human anatomy. It is one of the 10 basic careers in The Sims, The Sims 2, and The Sims 3. It returns in The Sims 4: Get to Work as an active career.
  • Medicine is a cutscene in Resident Evil 5. The forty-fourth in the game, it is played during Chapter 6-1.
  • Medicine is the art and science of healing.
  • In Westeros, the Order of Maesters is an organization of scholars, healers, and learned men. While not all maesters have, as a rule, received training in medicine (signified by a silver link in their chains), many have received medical training and serve as doctors throughout the Seven Kingdoms. Maesters appointed to major castles such as Winterfell or the Red Keep in King's Landing usually have been trained in medicine. Woods witches are also commonly encountered throughout Westeros - local women with some basic skill in herblore that set up shop as apothecaries in the woods at the edge of villages. In the novels, the Graces who serve in the Temples of the Graces at major cities in Slaver's Bay are not only priestesses, but professional healers trained in the arts of medicine.
  • Medicine is a field of study at The University. Kvothe studied it one Term. The Medica is the University's hospital and also the facility in which the subject is taught. The class is currently taught by Master Arwyl, the Master Physicker at The University.
  • Medicine is an unlockable tech talent available to Engineers and Sentinels. Medicine lowers the cooldown time on First Aid, and also enables the Neural Shock ability. It's important to note that despite its similarity to the Engineer class and wide variety of tech skills, the Quarian Machinist class does not receive access to Medicine.
  • is a 850. It can be sold for Shiroku Store yen.
  • Medicine is created by having Bart use a gold tinker on a jar of Honey. It can be used to make certain Pinatas change colour and is also necessary to tame a sour Crowla. Can make some Pinata variants, usually pink.
  • A villager that is sick will stay inside their house. Purple and black swirls (which can also be seen when a villager is sad or upset during a conversation with the player or another villager) appear around their heads as they walk. They are likely to shiver when they stand still. When the player speaks to the villager, an extra conversation option appears that lets the player offer them some medicine. If the player gives the villager a dose of medicine, they are grateful and will give the player a gift once they've recovered.
  • Medicine helps people who are sick or dying. 2010 Current Medical Technology. All predictions assume sufficient research funding. 2011 (In 1 year): * Develop multiple applications for skin, cartilage, bone, blood vessel, and some urological products (33) * Develop insurance reimbursable regenerative therapies. * Establish standards for FDA regenerative medicine therapy product approvals. * Solve cell sourcing issues, giving researchers access to the materials they need to design new therapies * Establish cost-effective means of production, paving the way for future products. * Establish specialized cell banks for tissue storage, allowing storage of viable “off the shelf” products 2016 (in 6 years) - effective regenerative medicine therapies will be available for patient care and industrial research and development purposes: * Further understand stem cell and progenitor cell biology * Engineer smart degradable1 biocompatible scaffolding * Develop microfabrication and nanofabrication technologies to produce tissues with their own complete vascular circulation(34) * Develop complex organ patches, that could repair damaged pieces of the heart or other organs(35) 2026 (in 16 years) - the full benefits of regenerative medicine therapies will be reached: * Harness regenerative medicine materials to produce in situ regeneration of diseased and damaged structures in many areas of the body * Regenerate most damaged tissues and organs either in vivo or through implanted regeneration therapies * Produce in vitro sophisticated 3-D tissues and organs that cannot be regenerated through in vivo techniques, such as an entire heart or lung
  • "Health & Medicine" On this page you can find information related to health statistics and rankings in Oklahoma.
  • Medicine is a somewhat advanced technology in Civilization games.
  • Medicine (Intelligence) Medicine is the skill of those characters who is familiar with the medical practices of Rokugan. He may treat diseases and care wounds. It is considered a High and Lore Skill.
  • Medicine is the practice and investigation of the body and what can damage or affect it.
  • There is a proposal for a wikia on the "USMLE step 1 exam, which all medical students in the United States must take during the beginning of their medical education." If you would like to comment on this proposal, go to w:c:requests:Step1.
  • Medicine, or medical science, was the science and practice of treating damage and ailments that affected the mind or body of a humanoid. It also dealt in the prevention and diagnosis of said damage and ailments. In the late 20th century, the fad known as cryonics froze people at the time of death with the hope that some time in the future, when presumably medical science had a cure for whatever killed them, they would be thawed back to life, healed, and sent on about their business. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone" ) In the 24th century, the Federation had a policy of not restricting access to its medical supplies. William T. Riker informed Governor Vagh of this policy when informed that Kriosian rebels had been found to be in possession of Federation medical supplies in 2367. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye" ) In ultimately unused dialogue from the final draft script of ENT: "Dead Stop", Doctor Phlox stated, "There's no such thing in medicine as 'absolute certainty'..."
  • Medicine serves multiple functions, from simple potions of healing, to reagents for skills, to crafting materials.
  • Time Taken: Minutes or hours. Specializations: Specific field known — medicines, cyborging, surgery. Characters with this skill can perform complex medical procedures such as surgery, operation of bacta tanks, and the installation of cybernetic replacements and enhancements. They are also familiar with all types of medicines and are capable of using them to best effect.
  • Medicine in this world of kung fu, instantly replenishes the body and mind. Like with Food, taking these items will cause the player's health points or mana points to instantly recover a certain amount, the amount depending upon the specific medicine item. Certain medicine items not only replenish lost health and mana, they also will supply the player with a temporary stat improvement. The biggest difference between Food items and Medicine items is that the food causes a slow regeneration over time but gives more for the same price, while medicine gives instant health or mana at a higher price. Besides the instantaneous return of health or mana, there are medicines that do other things as well such as curing the player of a poison. Medicine can be gained in the world of kung fu through several ways. It can be gained through quest rewards from certain Quests, and it can be bought from a certain NPC that sells Medicine in particular known as the Apothecary. Once you have a medicine item available in your inventory there are three ways to use it. The first way is to have your backpack (also known as inventory) open and right click it. The other two ways both require you to left click once and drag the medicine item's icon to your hotbar. After this has been accomplished, the second way of using requires you to click on the keyslot you dropped it in. The third and the most often used way of using it is the easiest of all... simply press the key that corresponds to the hotbar location you dragged the medicine item into. When you first start out a new character you will automatically start out with a medicine item in your backpack and already positioned for use in the hotbar. (incomplete 2008/02/24) --Mikuri 18:27, 24 February 2008 (UTC)
  • [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Medicine]] medicin < [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Medicine]] < [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Medicine]] medicīna (“‘the healing art, medicine, a physician's shop, a remedy, medicine’”), feminine of medicinus (“‘of or belonging to physic or surgery, or to a physician or surgeon’”) < medicus (“‘a physician, surgeon’”) < medeor (“‘I heal’”).
  • . Medicine is an research topic in the Godfather Five Families.
  • Medicine is the science and practice of diagnosing and treating damage that affect the mind and/or body of living beings. It also deals with the prevention of diseases. The chief medical officer was usually responsible of all medical matters on a starship. Both Nobel Prizes and Ignobel Prizes were awarded for medical achievements. (RIS Bouteina: "Doctor Rihanna")
  • Medicine is the main theme of the television series Casualty. This is a medical glossary for any medical vocabulary that appears in Casualty. The items listed here may vary from surgical instruments to diseases, surgeries, and surgery specialties.
  • Taking too much medicine can be very dangerous. Medicines must be kept where young children cannot get to them. Older children and other residents need to be educated about the dangers of taking too much medicine or medicine that is not prescribed for them. Medicines can also expire. When a medicine is too old, it can be less effective. Some medicines break down creating hazardous byproducts when they age. Make sure that the medicines in your home are not past their expiration date. Some medicines must be kept within a certain temperature range. Also be careful when disposing of medicines. Children can get into the trash. Flushing drugs down the toilet or sink contaminates the water supply.
  • Medicine is a craftable syringe in Far Cry 3 and Far Cry 4 made out of green leafs. Upon using it, it refill some of the players health. The amount of health restored varies on what skills the player has. In Far Cry 3 it can be crafted in the Crafting menu, using one green leaf. In Far Cry 4 it will be auto-crafted using two green hurks if there is enough in the inventory and the Medicine slot are not full.
  • Medicine is one of the 17 unique character skills. Its categorized as healing skill. Medicine increases the duration and the amount of restoration potions. The maximum level this skill can reach is 120. __TOC__
  • Medicine influencia nos efeitos das poções. Voce mesmo pode sair de efeitos de coma e envenenamento. Após aprender a habilidade, o uso de Poções aumenta a experiencia em Medicina e aumenta seu nivel.
  • The medicine is an item that the player can sell to make some extra money. The only reason to buy this from a shop would be to smuggle it into another country to make more money by selling it there. However, if that country has a ban on the item, you risk being searched at the checkpoint and given a fine. This applies to most other goods. The value of the item in the country it's in will vary greatly. The following situations can occur: * The item is available normally, and can be bought. * The item is available, but quantity is low or it may be sold out. * The item is under a 25% discount. * The item is under a 50% discount. * The item is banned from being sold. Additionally, the base non-discounted value of this item will always be different, but generally stays within a fixed price margin. It can cost between DM 13 to DM 18, and can be purchased from Petrol Stations and Outershops, or found in Crates on the road.
  • Medicine is a Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas skill that replaces the First Aid and Doctor skills from Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics. This skill was called Medic in Van Buren, the canceled Fallout 3 game by Black Isle Studios, and J.E. Sawyer's Fallout Role-Playing Game.
  • Medicine is the scientific and professional discipline dealing with the study, diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury. In modern times, the practice of medicine is largely limited to licensed physicians, a profession which now includes surgeons, a group that until the early 20th century was treated as a separate skilled profession. The roots of modern medicine go back to Greek times, where many of today's diseases were named and introduced. The symbol of the profession, the caduceus or staff surrounded by two serpents, dates to this period. Famous physicians of the time included Celcus, a Roman who was one of the leading diagnosticians of his day, and Hippocrates, a Greek physician who developed the Hippocratic Oath. After the fall of Rome, most medical knowledge was saved by the Arabs, who by the turn of the first millennium had spread it throughout Europe, North Africa and West Asia. However, Arab medicine did not change greatly, and it was only during the European renaissance that medical knowledge again started to move forward, primarily due to the European practice of dissecting dead bodies, which brought knowledge of internal anatomy and, later, the circulatory system. After that, European medicine started to advance more quickly than the medical tradition in most parts of the world. However, the profession was largely split into three major practicing groups, physicians, surgeons and barber-surgeons, each with their own specialized medical practices. It was only in the 19th century that developments in medical science started to remove many of the barriers between the professions, and eventually relegated barber-surgeons (who were generally only skilled in bloodletting) to history. By the 19th century, the training of physicians became more regulated, and by the early 20th century the practice of learning the art of medicine merely by working with doctors fell out of favour in Europe and North America. At this time, it also became a crime for anyone other than a trained physician to engage in the practice of medicine. Medicine has made rapid advances during the last 100 years, partly due to a better understanding of nutrition and sanitation, but partly through developments such as antibiotics and antiseptics.
  • setting of bones and an extensive set of pharmacopoeia. Egyptian medical thought influenced later traditions, including the Greeks.
  • Something you take when you are sick, kind of like cock.
  • Medicines are often large and have basic numbers painted on the coating so they are easy to see. Some medicines are taken orally, but on occasion require inhalation through oral cavities, and inserting by means of other bodily crevices. Most medicines come complete with stickers or amusing wrap, usually for the psychological healing they provide to your inner child. Medicinal practices have existed since it was possible to sell people things but are often a resort when extensive electroshock therapy fails. People who utilize medicine, or can deliver excellent speeches and tenderize fabulous beef, are called doctors. Doctors are either pawns of the dark side, or light side of the force, depending on their tutelage, and often become evil, requiring a Mad Doctrine. However many who specialize in medication can become a pharmacist which is essential for ensuring that everyone stays addicted to whatever they may be taking.
  • Medicine is a type of item that can be used to heal Pokémon or improve their stats.
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