Free Radicals in the Body

For centuries, scientists and physicians have been searching for ways to measure and predict health and illness.  While Galileo developed a thermoscope in the 16th century, it wasn’t until 1868 that Carl Wunderlich invented the clinical thermometer, which allowed accurate temperatures to be read.  The stethoscope began widespread use about the same time.  And inContinue reading “Free Radicals in the Body”