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MEDINA, Miguel Andrei C.

2016-00448

History of Medicine in the Philippines

Showing the canals which were used as latrines, attracting disease in the early part of the American
period of the Philippines.

Source: http://history.amedd.army.mil/booksdocs/spanam/gillet3/pic75.jpg

Article: http://history.amedd.army.mil/booksdocs/spanam/gillet3/ch11.html [“page” 297-298 of the
ebook]

The main pool of Hospital de Nuestra Señora de las Aguas Santas de Mainit, a public bathhouse
constructed on hot springs because the friars believed natural springs had therapeutic effect. (Now, the
pools are decrepit, and this is just a reconstruction)

Source: http://bong.manayon.net/2011/07/agua-santa.html

Article:
https://icu.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_action_common_download&item_id=2911&item_no=1&at
tribute_id=22&file_no=1 [page 179 of article]. (Hydrotherapy)

ph/NouriApothecary/hilot/ Article: https://medium.com/watch?v=mnbi611abNY Article: http://www. 2016-00448 Pre-Hispanic Medicine Source: https://www.pinterest.youtube. Miguel Andrei C. pagtatawas is no longer limited to using alum. as this lady is shown doing. as a means of diagnosing patients. A variation involves melting candle wax and allowing this to settle on water. Source: https://www.stuartxchange.com/Tawas.com/@mariarosanna/hilot-a-traditional-filipino-healing-massage-5f1278be2a7f According to the article shown below.html .MEDINA.