VII: Humoral Theory in Early Modern Europe

During the Early Modern period, physicians trained in 'learned medicine' - often the works attributed to the Greek physician Hippocrates. Many used Hippocrates' (and later, Galen's) theory of the Humours to explain what was happening to their bodies when they got ill. This post will go through exactly what humoral theory was, and some of … Continue reading VII: Humoral Theory in Early Modern Europe