1. Health in the Middle Ages

health was very important in the middle ages.

2. Health in the Middle Ages

Health in the Middle ages is very like ours today, they preform surgery's, in some cases even breast cancer and more.in fact there was a common surgery in the Middle Ages was called bloodletting.


Bloodletting is when you cut someones vain open and drain some of the blood out of the infected person and that will bring some of the infection out of the person that has it.


A lord was a person/noble who owned he or his or land and could do anything that he wanted to do with it.

3.people that was involved

The people who was involved in the middle ages was a lord,knight and a serf.

4.health about the middle ages

populations of medieval towns and cities increased, hygienic conditions worsened, leading to a vast array of health problems. Medical knowledge was limited.(http://www.learner.org/interactives/middleages/health.html

4. more about the middle ages

There were many myths and superstitions about health and hygiene as there still are today. People believed, for example, that disease was spread by bad odors.http://www.learner.org/interactives/middleages/morhealt.html


was medical treatment available?


was surgery success full ?

7. My opinion

This makes me think that health in the middle ages was good they had some surgery's that was success full

8. Amber Lewis 3rd period