Middle ages 500AD- 1400AD

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  • middle ages 500AD- 1400AD
    • Fall of the roman empire
      • public health system in Britain and other countries cant be maintained
      • no centralised government, meaning no leader so wars broke out
    • rise in christianity
      • increase in supernatural beliefs
      • more hygiene (cleanliness Is next to godliness)
      • a religious duty Is to care for the sick
    • the black death
      • people became ill with temperature, headaches and vomiting.
        • nobody knows what caused the plague
          • spread through rats and fleas.
    • zodiac chart
      • depending on you date of birth determined what zodiac sign you were
      • each one was different part of the body and if you operated on that body part in that month then the sick person would die.
  • hostpitals
    • woman are often the ones who treated the sick
    • hostpitals were often packed and didn't have enough room so people tried to go to there local woman doctor
    • middle ages 500AD- 1400AD
      • Fall of the roman empire
        • public health system in Britain and other countries cant be maintained
        • no centralised government, meaning no leader so wars broke out
      • rise in christianity
        • increase in supernatural beliefs
        • more hygiene (cleanliness Is next to godliness)
        • a religious duty Is to care for the sick
      • the black death
        • people became ill with temperature, headaches and vomiting.
          • nobody knows what caused the plague
            • spread through rats and fleas.
      • zodiac chart
        • depending on you date of birth determined what zodiac sign you were
        • each one was different part of the body and if you operated on that body part in that month then the sick person would die.

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