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3 months ago

Kizzy Dancewear

Hello First Sunday of August = Friendship Day! 🧡
Beautiful Sunday walk with her loves, Penny from “Penny Kidd Yoga” looks confident, comfy yet stylish in her fav “Spirit” patterned tights. 🙌
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3 months ago

West Street Wellbeing

The history of the role of Chinese medicine in inoculation against disease

Several accounts from the 1500s describe smallpox inoculation as practiced in China and India (one is referred to in volume 6 of Joseph Needham's Science and Civilisation in China). Glynn and Glynn, in The Life and Death of Smallpox, note that in the late 1600s Emperor K'ang Hsi, who had survived smallpox as a child, had his children inoculated. That method involved grinding up smallpox scabs and blowing the matter into nostril. Inoculation may also have been practiced by scratching matter from a smallpox sore into the skin. It is difficult to pinpoint when the practice began, as some sources claim dates as early as 200 BCE.
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The history of the role of Chinese medicine in inoculation against disease 

Several accounts from the 1500s describe smallpox inoculation as practiced in China and India (one is referred to in volume 6 of Joseph Needhams Science and Civilisation in China). Glynn and Glynn, in The Life and Death of Smallpox, note that in the late 1600s Emperor Kang Hsi, who had survived smallpox as a child, had his children inoculated. That method involved grinding up smallpox scabs and blowing the matter into nostril. Inoculation may also have been practiced by scratching matter from a smallpox sore into the skin. It is difficult to pinpoint when the practice began, as some sources claim dates as early as 200 BCE.

3 months ago

West Street Wellbeing

National Pain Week starts today! And we have some excellent research to share on how acupuncture may bring long lasting relief for people with chronic pain! If you're bothered by musculoskeletal, headache or osteoarthritic pain, ask for advice from your Registered Acupuncturist. ... See MoreSee Less

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