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Crafting Your Profile Sugar dating sites have very similar profile criteria to traditional dating websites, but with one exception. So the question becomes… how much do you lie? This was backed up by the apartment I had 5 minutes to the beach in Los Angelesthe job and company I worked for, as well as the way I dressed. Because I wanted to screen girls I went out with hard, I added this tidbit in my profile for them to clearly see: Egyptian medical papyri This is the earliest surviving version of the Hippocratic Oath the 3rd-century Papyrus Oxyrhynchus Ebers Papyrus treatment for cancer: The Greek historian Herodotus visited Egypt around BC and wrote extensively of his observations of their medicinal practice.
Pliny the Elder also wrote favorably of them in historical review. Hippocrates the "father of medicine"HerophilosErasistratus and later Galen studied at the temple of Amenhotepand acknowledged the contribution of ancient Egyptian medicine to Greek medicine. Inthe translation of the Rosetta stone finally allowed the translation of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic inscriptions and papyri, including many related to medical matters Egyptian medical papyri.
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The resultant interest in Egyptology in the 19th century led to the discovery of several sets of extensive ancient medical documents, including the Ebers papyrusthe Edwin Smith Papyrusthe Hearst Papyrusthe London Medical Papyrus and others dating back as far as BC.
The Edwin Smith Papyrus is a textbook on surgery and details anatomical observations and the "examination, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis" of numerous ailments. Medical information in it dates from as early as BC. Treatments consisted of ointments made from animal, vegetable or fruit substances or minerals. The Kahun Gynaecological Papyrus  treats women's complaints, including problems with conception. Thirty four cases detailing diagnosis and  treatment survive, some of them fragmentarily.
Other information comes from the images that often adorn the walls of Egyptian tombs and the translation of the accompanying inscriptions. Advances in modern medical technology also contributed to the understanding of ancient Egyptian medicine.
Electron microscopesmass spectrometry and various forensic techniques allowed scientists unique glimpses of the state of health in Egypt years ago. Nutrition[ edit ] The ancient Egyptians were at least partially aware of the importance of diet, both in balance and moderation. The main crops for most of ancient Egyptian history were emmer wheat and barley.
Consumed in the form of loaves which were produced in a variety of types through baking and fermentation, with yeast greatly enriching the nutritional value of the product, one farmer's crop could support an estimated twenty adults. Barley was also used in beer. Vegetables and fruits of many types were widely grown. Oil was produced from the linseed plant and there was a limited selection of spices and herbs.
Meat sheep, goats, pigs, wild game was regularly available to at least the upper classes and fish were widely consumed, although there is evidence of prohibitions during certain periods against certain types of animal products; Herodotus wrote of the pig as being 'unclean'.
Offerings to King Unas c. Pharmacology[ edit ] Like many civilizations in the past, the ancient Egyptians amply discovered the medicinal properties of plant life around them.
In the Edwin Smith Papyrus there are many recipes to help heal different ailments. In a small section of this papyrus, there are five recipes one dealing with problems women may have had, three on techniques for refining the complexion, and the fifth recipe for ailments that deal with the colon.
One recipe that was to help headaches called for "inner-of-onion, fruit-of-the-am-tree, natron, setseft-seeds, bone-of-the-sword-fish, cooked, redfish, cooked, skull-of-crayfish, cooked, honey, and abra-ointment. Medical knowledge in ancient Egypt had an excellent reputation; while rulers of other empires would ask the Egyptian pharaoh to send them their best physician to treat their loved ones.
For example, in the classic mummification process, mummifiers knew how to insert a long hooked implement through a nostril, breaking the thin bone of the braincase and removing the brain.
They also had a general idea that inner organs are in the body cavity. They removed the organs through a small incision in the left groin. Whether this knowledge was passed down to the practitioners is unknown; yet it did not seem to have had any impact on their medical theories.
Egyptian physicians were aware of the existence of the pulse and its connection to the heart.
The author of the Smith Papyrus even had a vague idea of the cardiac system. Although he knew not of blood circulation and deemed it unimportant to distinguish between blood vessels, tendons, and nerves.
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They developed their theory of "channels" that carried air, water and blood to the body by analogies with the River Nile ; if it became blocked, crops became unhealthy. They applied this principle to the body: If a person was unwell, they would use laxatives to unblock the "channels". Mostly, the physicians' advice for staying healthy was to wash and shave the body, including under the arms, to prevent infections.
They also advised patients to look after their diet, and avoid foods such as raw fish or other animals considered to be unclean. However many practices were ineffective or harmful.
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A handful of treatments had curative properties,[ citation needed ] but bacteria still posed a grave threat of infection. Surgery[ edit ] The oldest metal Bronze  or copper   surgical tools  in the world were discovered in the tomb of Qar. Surgery was a common practice among physicians as treatment for physical injuries. The Egyptian physicians recognized three categories of injuries; treatable, contestable, and untreatable ailments.