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by Bauer, Julius
Differential Diagnosis of Internal Diseases, Third Edition covers the diagnosis of numerous internal diseases based on symptoms and signs. This edition is organized by symptoms and signs that may be individually different even in the same ...eBook
The Second Age of Biology
by Sander L. Gilman
<p>Diseases and Diagnoses discusses why such social problems as addiction, sexually transmitted diseases, racial predisposition for illness, surgery and beauty, and electrotherapy, all of which concerned thinkers a hundred years ago, are ...eBook
by Sequeira, James H.
Diseases of the Skin, Second Edition discusses dermatology - the diagnosis and treatment procedure on various skin conditions. The author reviews the histology and morphology of the skin. He explains congenital affections of the skin such as ...eBook
by Max Kessler
<p data-version='1.1'>The 2014 Ebola Outbreak is the largest and most widespread in history. As of October 15, 2014 almost 9,000 cases were reported, with approximately half of those infected resulting in fatalities. This rare and often fatal ...eBook
by James Clark
<p data-version='1.1'>What do you know about Ebola and how are you planning on fighting it in case it comes to your neighborhood? This book is made to teach you everything there is to know about Ebola fever, making sure that you don’t mistake ...eBook
by Jerry Cline
<p data-version='1.1'>The Ebola virus has been spreading across West Africa and now across other countries killing thousands of people. How can you combat this virus and ensure that you and your loved ones avoid the same fate so many others ...eBook
by Lagerås, Per
<SPAN STYLE= "" >In the mid-fourteenth century the Black Death ravaged Europe, leading to dramatic population drop and social upheavals. Recurring plague outbreaks together with social factors pushed Europe into a deep crisis that lasted for ...eBook
Ridding the World of Diseases Forever?
by Nancy Leys Stepan
<p>The dream of a world completely free of disease may seem utopian, but eradication—used in its modern sense to mean the reduction of the number of cases of a disease to zero by deliberate public health interventions—has been pursued ...eBook
by Schnitzer, R. J.
Experimental Chemotherapy, Volume I, attempts to condense the existing knowledge in the broad field of experimental chemotherapy in a comprehensive form. The arrangement of the subject matter follows a plan by which the not always avoidable ...eBook
A Guide to Diagnosis and Management
by Dr. Lauren B. Krupp, MD
<p>This practical guide for physicians and other health care professionals discusses the impact of fatigue on the individual with MS, the potential etiologies underlying MS-related fatigue, its work up and diagnosis, and pharmacologic and ...eBook
by Kluger, Matthew J.
<p>Fever has long been recognized as a symptom of disease. Until the past century it was considered a healthy sign; since then this view has changed and the use of drugs to reduce fever has grown quite common. Acting on the revival of interest ...eBook
by Kedar N. Prasad, Ph.D.
<p>The most up-to-date resource on the powerful benefits of nutritional supplements for the treatment of Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease</p> <p>• Provides an easy-to-follow program of supplements to optimize the benefits of treatment, sloweBook
Health and Medical Transitions among Southern California Indians
by Clifford E. Trafzer
<p>Native Americans long resisted Western medicine—but had less power to resist the threat posed by Western diseases. And so, as the Office of Indian Affairs reluctantly entered the business of health and medicine, Native peoples reluctantly ...eBook
A Drug-Induced Journey to the Event Horizon of Insanity
by Robert P. Cantu
<p>What appears to have been a miracle antibiotic drug to relieve the painful symptoms of Diverticulitis proves to be problematic as an adequate treatment. He goes on to experience many, many debilitating side effects from the drug. The antidoteeBook
by MARCI PAGE SLOANE MS, RD, LDN, CDE
REALITY DIABETES takes the reader into the real life drama of a person with type 2 diabetes. Marci Page Sloane, also known as Food Majesty, is a registered and licensed dietitian and a certified diabetes educator who holds a dual Master’s degreeeBook
by Hart, F. Dudley
French's Index of Differential Diagnosis, 11th Edition focuses on treatise on the application of differential diagnosis to all the main signs and symptoms of diseases. The book covers surgery, gynecology, ophthalmology, dermatology, and ...eBook
by Kilbey, B. J.
The compilation of this book was prompted by the necessity of a bench volume which could provide the necessary background information on materials, experimental design, pitfalls and dificulties, in order to perform a particular test in an ...eBook
FOR DIABETICS, PRE-DIABETICS, NON-DIABETICS
by Nandini Murthy
<p>There are lots of misconceptions about Diabetes among people. With these constraints in mind, healthy blood sugar cannot be attained, which leads to dreaded complications. Therefore, I sincerely believe that every diabetic should own this ...eBook
by Regis A. de Silva
<p>Written by a past president of the Boston Chapter of the American Heart Association, <em>Heart Disease</em> is a comprehensive account of the leading cause of death in the West. Sequential chapters describe the structure and function of the ...eBook
by John Gahan, LCGI
<p>Ringworm is a common skin infection that is caused by a fungus. It’s called “ringworm” because it can cause a circular rash (shaped like a ring) that is usually red and itchy. Anyone can get ringworm. The fungi that cause this infection can ...eBook