Medicine is sometimes identified as an art as well as a science, which begs the question: why don’t more bards specialize in it?

It’s all well and good to know that your enemy has a weakness, but that information isn’t terribly useful unless you know what the weakness does to them.

The most classic symptom of schizophrenia is hearing voices, which begs the question, do deaf people with schizophrenia hear voices?

Of all the souvenirs people bring home from Brazil this year, dengue fever will no doubt be among the most memorable.

Last week, I wrote about perceptions of psychiatry and neurology in ancient Babylon. Here are a scattering of tidbits from some different publications to give you a taste of what the Babylonian approach to physical medicine was like.

In some ways, the ancient Babylonians were actually better scientists than the medieval Europeans.