Celsus


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Celsus

(sĕl`səs), 2d cent., Roman philosopher, an aggressive antagonist of Christianity. His works have been lost, but the substance of his True Discourse is given by Origen in his Against Celsus, ed. and tr. by Henry Chadwick (1953, repr. 1965).
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Celsus could never have spoken it as a physician, had he not been a wise man withal, when he giveth it for one of the great precepts of health and lasting, that a man do vary, and interchange contraries, but with an inclination to the more benign extreme: use fasting and full eating, but rather full eating; watching and sleep, but rather sleep; sitting and exercise, but rather exercise; and the like.
The judge had issued the order of July 2 following an ex parte application by the Special Presidential Investigative Panel for the Recovery of Public property, that was argued by the panel's lawyer, Celsus Ukpong, who described the assets as suspicious or suspected to be far beyond the legitimate income of Nwaoboshi.
Some of the key players operating in the global lyophilization services market include Biolyph LLC, Atwill Medical Solutions, Alcami Corporation, AMRI, Goodwin Biotechnology Inc., Lyophilization Technology, Inc., Celsus Laboratories Inc.
Finally, the number one sight stood proudly before us: the truly iconic and Instagrammable Library of Celsus, built to honor the Roman senator Tiberius Julius Celsus Plemaeanus.
Prior to Akari, he served as Chief Financial Officer at Celsus Therapeutics until its merger in September 2015, and at Althera Medical Ltd.
Key market participants identified by the report include Baxter, Celsus, Biofer S.p.A,, Hemmo Pharma, AmbioPharm, Inc., Wockhardt Ltd., Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Bachem, Abbott Laboratories, Pfizer Inc., Aspen, Leo Pharma, Teva, Takeda, Sanofi, Novo Nordisk, and Eli Lilly.
Celsus, the Roman physician of the ancient time (25 B.C.-50 A.D.), asserted that trouble in urinating, affecting both sexes, might develop due to old age or keeping urine as a bad habit for which bronze tubes were used to discharge urine.
There were two procedures: circular and cruciate, the latter of which went back to the teachings of Celsus, 2nd Century AD.
The Celsus library is the most preserved structure in Ephesus.
He also sold a baldness treatment, called "Oil of Celsus and Balm of Minerva," and ran a bathhouse in the same building as his barbershop.
Dating back to 1 BC when Celsus described the first tonsillectomy using his 'fingernail', numerous techniques have been described for performing this surgery e.g cold steel dissection, coblation and use of monopolar or bipolar diathermy4-7.
Last year, Smithfield also completed tuck-in acquisitions including packaged meats brand Farmer John; European-based Pini; and Celsus Glycoscience, which is focused on utilizing porcine bioproducts in the pharmaceutical and medical industries.