What Is Orthodox Medicine?

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Orthodox medicine is a system where medical doctors and some other healthcare treat diseases and symptoms using drugs, surgery or radiation. Orthodox medicine is also called allopathic medicine, conventional medicine, biomedicine and mainstream medicine.
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Orthodox means that a certain religious group or political groups are very conservative and is strict in their believes. Some of these groups include Orthodox Judaism, Orthodox Greeks
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Along with words, Orthodox worship consists of worshiping with your body as well. In an Orthodox service, you may see worshipers bowing and making gestures that represent the cross
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I think this will give you a sense of what you are looking for. Of course, 98% of the time, a person's life is a person's life - not too much different than other people's lives.
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Orthodox Judaism.
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