may still be practiced in some parts of India but conventional doctors dismiss it as quackery.
The practice of 'phlebotomy', or bloodletting
, was once as popular as aspirin is today.
Maya epigraphers have assumed that glyphs refer to actions, such as ritual bloodletting
, when these symbols may actually represent attempts by kings and nobles to create and maintain power, Leventhal proposes.
THERE will be real bloodletting
in the Dail when deputies and staff roll their sleeves up for a good cause.
Yesterday one BBC insider hit by the changes said: "People here are regarding this as a bloodletting
By the early 20th century, leeches had lost their grip on medical practice as doctors realized that bloodletting
usually did more harm than good.
This is about as gory an experience as you can find on a console, yet there's a style here that helps the player resist the temptation to call this a mere hack-and-slash game, much less a cheap capitalization on the bloodletting
shown in ``Gladiator.
PAUL NEWMAN, director of communications at the FA, could be the next victim of the Soho Square bloodletting
Maybe then there will be an end to the INLA's bloodletting
on the streets of Dublin.
Our Ken revels in the role of the duplicitous Iago causing no end of bloodletting
which announced the discovery, "this find appears to confirm that the [Classic-period] Maya engaged in elaborate bloodletting
ceremonies [SN: 6/7/86, p.
The promise of the Schwarzenegger Revolution still looms, but like the ``pay-to-play scandal'' that has yet to force some necessary bloodletting
in City Hall, it remains just a promise.