Medieval Medicine: Does it work? with Joe Alcock

Medieval Medicine: Does it work? with Joe Alcock

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There’s talk in the news from time to time about the surprising efficacy of medieval medicine. Does it actually work? This week, Danièle speaks with emergency physician and wilderness medicine expert Dr. Joe Alcock about which medieval remedies really could work in a pinch, and why.

Joe Alcock is an Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of New Mexico. His research is focused on evolution and the human microbiota. or follow him on Twitter @JoeAlcockMD.

Dr. Alcock and Danièle were recent participants in The Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting, and you can watch some of their sessions via Youtube:

You can also help support the podcast and Our Site through our Patreon – go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists to learn more.

You can subscribe to The Medieval Podcast via iTunes or our RSS feed

The host of The Medieval Podcast is Danièle Cybulskie. or follow her on Twitter @5MinMedievalist

You also buy her book Life in Medieval Europe: Fact and Fiction through Amazon.com

Podcast editing done by Noah Tetzner, who is also the host of The History of Vikings podcast

Top Image: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits, Latin 6866, fol. 279r

Watch the video: Why Doctors Used to Wear This Creepy Mask. Joe Rogan and Lindsey Fitzharris (May 2022).


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