In the Journals

In the journals…

In this month’s Journal of History of Medicine and Allied Sciences:

  • Noémi Tousignant examines the role of analgesic research on the
  • In the Journals

    In the journals

    Below are some interesting articles from March’s new issues:

    In Health, Piia Jallinoja analyzes data obtained through focus groups to examine pleasure and its relationship to food and physical activity in Negotiated pleasures in health-seeking lifestyles of participants of a health promoting intervention.

    In the same journal, Joanne Reeve, Mari Lloyd-Williams, Sheila Payne, and Christopher Dowrick question the …

    In the Journals

    In the journals

    December’s issues have many great topics of interest:

    In Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine, David B. Resnik examines the relationship between the subject and the clinician-scientist in The clinical investigator-subject relationship: a contextual approach.

    Atnon Oleinik proposes a “transactional” solution to the problems related to communication in science while Naomi Beck discusses the complex relationship between economics …

    In the Journals

    In the journals

    Below are some recent issues that might be of interest:

    In the Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, Andrea Pieroni and Maria Elena Giusti conducted a medical ethnobotanical study of the Occitan communities in Italy, titled “Alpine ethnobotany in Italy: traditional knowledge of gastronomic and medicinal plants among the Occitans of the upper Varaita valley, Piedmont“.

    Istav Praet …