Science Based Medicine

Some articles on medicine, science, sciences:

Mind-body Exercise - Criticism
... CAM, and use of the term "alternative medicine", have been criticised ... A US government agency, the National Science Foundation, reporting on Public Attitudes and Public Understanding in Science and Engineering Indicators 2002 defined the term "alternative medicine ... Sampson in an article in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, June 1995 (first published online Dec 2006) ...
Western (genre) - Film - Subgenres
... Science fiction Western This subgenre places science fiction elements within a traditional terran Western setting ... Damnation is a video game example of the science fiction Western ... Space Western Unlike the science fiction Western, the space Western transposes traditional genre themes onto a space frontier backdrop, updating them with futuristic technologies ...
Mind-body Exercise - History - 19th Century Onwards - Proponents and Opponents
... The Cochrane Collaboration Complementary Medicine Field explains its "Scope and Topics" by giving a broad and general definition for complementary medicine as including practices and ideas which ... Proponents of an evidence-base for medicine such as the Cochrane Collaboration (founded in 1993 and from 2011 providing input for WHO resolutions) take a position that all systematic reviews of treatments ... Development and classification of an operational definition of complementary and alternative medicine for the Cochrane Collaboration (2011) it was proposed that ...
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto - Leader of Pakistan - Father of The Nuclear Weapons Program
... his college years in the United States when Bhutto attended the course of political science, discussing political impact of U.S.'s first nuclear test, Trinity, on Global politics. 1958, and lobbied for Abdus Salam as being appointed as Science Adviser in 1960 ... key research in nuclear weapons and its related science ...

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