These images come from the United Nations as they are being used in the World Health Organisation (WHO) health and climate monitoring programmes.
Because I’m a doctor, I think I know a bit about what these images mean. It’s like when you Google something, you aren’t just doing a quick search that gives back your answers, you’re actually searching for a medical term or a scientific term, and then you’re trying to find all the images that actually match that term.
We have the medical terms, and we also have the scientific terms. So we might have a medical term like “thrombosis” which means blood clotting, or the scientific term “cancer” which is a disease, and then we have other terms that also match the terms in the medical terms but are used in the scientific context. Example: “gastroenteritis” is the medical term, and “gastric ulcer” is the scientific term.
You can look up any term or definition you want, but the process is actually surprisingly simple. We have a web-based tool that takes all the medical and scientific terms we need and links them together. So it takes medical terms, for example, and then we have all the scientific terms we need and then we link to the medical term.
The scientific terms are so common that it’s quite rare for you to get a scientific word for any given term. We have found out that a lot of us don’t know that we’ve just been through a serious problem like this, or are just having a hard time keeping track of it.
If you want to get your hands on the medical terms, there are some great apps for that. They are pretty simple to use, and it’s easy to use. If you have a bunch of medical terms you can use for things like blood pressure, heart rate, cardiac rhythm, diabetes, and so on. If you want to get your medical terms online, there are several excellent online apps that allow you to go directly to their terms and then link back to them on their website.
The medical words we have come to know are the ones that help doctors know when a patient is in shock. If you have a doctor or other healthcare provider that you’d like to link to, just go to their website, go to the contact page, and then go to their terms.
The same goes for popular terms like “death” and “suicide” (both of which are very serious topics). It’s a simple enough task, once you know the definition of the term, but it’s still hard to do it in a way that’s not so clinical. You can still link to terms from the website for the sake of it, but you may have to include a medical disclaimer.
As always, doctors and healthcare providers need to know about the risks/benefits of certain terms. We all know the risks and benefits of what some terms mean, and we all want to use them in good ways. What we don’t want to do is be accused of being just another bad link farm, but we also want to make sure that we are taking the risks that we take.