In this undated episode of Medicine and Islam, hosted by Dr. Bilal Abdul-Alim, Dr. Evelyn Rue is interviewed about the benefits of breast feeding.
Bilal Abdul-Alim discusses the health benefits of olive oil in this episode of Medicine and Islam (Sharjah TV, 2006).
Zakir Naik attempts to answer the question, “What is the concept of soul in islam and what is the relationship of the soul and the human body, and what will happen to the soul after death.”
The Source of the Faculties is the Soul: Pre-modern Islamic Medicine and its Relation to Philosophy and Religion
Nahyan Fancy lectures about how the concepts of spirit and soul were integrated into both medical understandings of the body and its physiology, and conceptualizations of how resurrection might occur, given those understandings of physiology.
Timothy Winters, also known as Abdal Hakim Murad, presents some of the major scientific scholars of the 9th-13 centuries.
George Saliba discusses the complex ways in which ancient Greek sciences and mathematics were studied and augmented in the Islamicate world, as well as completely new ideas added, and then the whole was utilized by European scientists who thrived during the Renaissance.
Knut Pfeiffer, a medical doctor from Munich, Germany discusses the health benefits of Zamzam water (a spring in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, in the precinct with the Ka’ba) with Nashwa Al-Ruwaini.
Jim al-Khalili, a physics professor at the University of Surrey (UK), follows the study of science in the Islamic world from the 8th century onward, tracing it through the “House of Wisdom” in Baghdad to Copernicus’s developing of a heliocentric model of planetary motion based on observations and ideas he culled from Arabic-language sources.
In this episode of “Understanding Life in Islam”, Brother Akram and Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi discuss “Prophetic Medicine: Personal Experience or Divine Revelation?”.
This undated clip from a show called “Ask Huda” (on Huda TV) shows the conversation between a host and a religious scholar answering a question about extraterrestrial life.
Hakim Conrad Archuletta provides a philosophical basis for medicine in an Islamic context.