A 5-post collection

Challenge #02256-F066: First to Aid

A book written by an alien Medic over humans and their needs (physical/emotional/etc) medical "normal" procedures/operations for them, limits of humans (go wild and have fun with this one^^) and what to do with your human if sh*t hits the fan and emergency medical procedures (Bringing him back to life by smashing repeatedly his ribcage and forcing air in, stopping leaks, treating rocket fuel burn( how did he even get this?!?) , etc.)

Have fun and do your thing :-) -- Anon Guest

The title of the piece was Edge Medicine - Living With Humans and Keeping Them Whole and Rykthaak Malyss had made a fortune off it, back in the day. For a long time, it was the only source for Mediks about Human health. In retrospect, it is an erroneous document full of assumptions and incorrect deductions, but for decades, it was written with the best and most heartfelt of intentions.

Sympathetic rhythm in a human chest can cause their hearts to resume beating after theirs has stopped, ze wrote. Many Humans are taught this from a young age. See appendix file 'Staying Alive' for the ingrained rhythm. Other means of coronary stimulation include electronic rhythm induction, though this is preferred to re-establish a rhythm in erratic heartbeats.

Another chapter was dedicated to broken bones. Human bones are difficult to break. What many consider lethal force would only cause relatively mild fractures in sections of a Human skeleton. Humans are capable of operating with broken bones, but that does not mean that they should be allowed to do so. Fractures large and small cause a great amount of pain in Humans. Especially what they refer to as 'green stick' fractures.

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Challenge #01899-E075: Foreign (First) Aid

What if Coffee was invented during beginning of Middle Ages (5th -6th century) and gave rise to a whole industry of potion makers? After all who says that it can't have much different effects based on how it is brewed? -- Anon Guest

Sometime in the mid-to-late 5th Century...

"This one is a powerful emetic. This one will purge the bowels," the potion-maker showed their apprentice differing vials that were near-identical shades of brown. "This one will strengthen the heartbeat, and this

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Diet Drugs Work: Why Won't Doctors Prescribe Them? - Slashdot

Diet Drugs Work: Why Won't Doctors Prescribe Them? - Slashdot

Thin privilege is getting the drugs you need to cure your condition because the doctors think you’ve "tried hard

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Essential Trace Element(s)

Doesn’t it sound so scientific? It sounds like it comes with a free Guy/Gal in a Labcoat to explain in big words and complicated sentences why they are essential and how you can sign up for a special blind trial.

But really, today, I’m talking about silver.

Specifically, colloidal silver.

Colloidal silver is water with a tiny bit of silver in it. You can wiki it if you want to. And it can slowly improve your health

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