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Phossy Jaw

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The earliest matches were unsafe to manufacture and almost as dangerous to light. In 1805 a French chemist invented a self-igniting, chemical match that was a piece of wood that was treated with a mixture of potassium chlorate, sulfur, sugar, and rubber.   To light this match the user had to dip the matchstick into a…
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Health & Medicine in the 19th Century - Victoria and Albert Museum

Health & Medicine in the 19th Century - Victoria and Albert Museum | Medical History | Scoop.it
Early Victorian ideas of human physiology involved a clear understanding of anatomy (at least among experts; but the populace often had hazy knowledge of the location and role of internal organs) allied to a concept of vital forces focused on the hematological and nervous systems that now seems closer to the ancient 'humours' than to present-day models.
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BBC - GCSE Bitesize - Modern medicine

19th- and 20th-century medicine. Click revise for more information.

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Islamic Culture and the Medical Arts: Medieval Islamic Medicine

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NIH overview of medieval Islamic medicine.
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Search Results (Medicine, page 1) - Ancient History Encyclopedia

Search Results (Medicine, page 1) - Ancient History Encyclopedia | Medical History | Scoop.it
Search results for ancient medicine.
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EasyBib: The Free Automatic Bibliography Composer

Copy and paste website URLs (addresses) here to cite.

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Phossy Jaw

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The earliest matches were unsafe to manufacture and almost as dangerous to light. In 1805 a French chemist invented a self-igniting, chemical match that was a piece of wood that was treated with a mixture of potassium chlorate, sulfur, sugar, and rubber.   To light this match the user had to dip the matchstick into a…
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BBC - GCSE Bitesize - Medieval and Renaissance medicine

Medieval and Renaissance medicine. Click Revise to access the information.

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BBC - GCSE Bitesize - Ancient Medicine

Ancient Egyptian, Greek, prehistorical and Roman medicine resources. Click Revise next to what you want to read about.

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