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The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 7. Medical Conditions & Diseases (Rare Diseases, Genetic Diseases, Diabetes, Respiratory, Most Body Parts, Etc.) By Tony Kelbrat
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If you have a disease or medical condition, go to a few of the big websites. Go to the library where they’ll have at least one book on most medical conditions, #610-619 of the Dewey Decimal... More > System, R in the Library of Congress system. 610. Medical Sciences. 611. Human anatomy. 612. Human physiology. 613. Hygiene, fitness, diet. 614. Public health. 615. Therapeutics and pharmacology. 616. Medicine, diseases. 617. Surgery. 618. Specialized medicine, women, childbirth, children. 619. Comparative and experimental medicine. R, Medicine. RB, Pathology. RK, Dentistry. RT, Nursing. There are a lot of healthcare books at #361-362 at the library: Arthritis, 616.716-72. AIDS, 616.97, RC607. Allergies, asthma, 619.97. Arthritis, 616.72. Attention deficit disorder, 616.8589. Back problems, 617.564, RD798-RD7771. Biology, body, physiology, 612, QP38. Biology, general, 574, QH313. Birth control, sex, 613.9.< Less
Everything you’ll need to know Vo.14 Human Circulatory System By RC Ellis
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The heart and circulatory system is probably the most important, and the least appreciated part of the human anatomy. Those afflicted with circulatory system disease suffer from many problems that... More > are sometimes attributed to other areas. Poor leg circulation – restricted blood flow to the legs – is most commonly caused by Peripheral Vascular Disease, or PVD.< Less
Pulmonary Medicine Primer By Lawrence Cheung
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This book is aimed primarily at internal medicine residents or senior medical students to help them care for patients with pulmonary disease. This practical book covers the approach to various... More > pulmonary problems, explains some of the devices and procedures used in pulmonary medicine, and reviews the interpretation of common pulmonary tests. Lawrence Cheung is a respirologist and critical care specialist in Canada. He has worked with hundreds of medical students and residents from internal medicine, respirology, critical care, and other specialties. He has held several roles in medical education advisory committees.< Less
External Costs from Pollution By Homework Help Classof1
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Ozone pollution, more commonly known as smog, is one of our most persistent environmental problems, Smog results from the mixing of several pollutants, including nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, and... More > volatile organic compounds. Smog causes health problems, triggering asthma attacks in the 15 million people in the United States who suffer from asthma and causing other respiratory problems, leading to premature deaths.< Less
sieu cap thu dong By Thomas Citrino
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The more you go down, Li Yang felt the pressure of increasingly large, fortunately reaching the first natural realm possible from natural climate change into the innate respiratory thai news, Li Yang... More > does not need to look oxygen problems, sometimes reaching Kim Danish realm, then absolutely no breathing, direct absorption of natural sites to complement the essence itself.< Less
Holistic Lifestyle for Healing By A.N. Nagaraj
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In this book the author describes a holistic lifestyle for preventing and treating many common ailments such as arthiritis, asthma and frequent respiratory infections, problems of the digestive... More > system, skin diseases, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. The holistic lifestyle consists of a healing diet of nutrient-dense foods, exercises including yoga, and stress management through positive ttitudes, breathing exercises and meditation.< Less
Guide To Help Teenagers Lose Weight By PJ Germain
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2 Of The Main Benefits to Helping Your Teen Lose Weight: Studies show that being overweight plays a major role in health risks such as heart disease, respiratory problems, hormonal imbalances...and... More > several more. Are you willing to risk your teen's future health? Self esteem plays an important role in today's society, and being overweight can have a serious effect on your teen's mental well being. Your teen is far likelier to excel in adulthood if they are at or below their recommended body mass index. Is your teen's success in the future at risk due to being overweight now?< Less
The Benefits of Ginger By Amanda Wilson
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Ginger is an herb. The rhizome (underground stem) is used as a spice and also as a medicine. It can be used fresh, dried and powdered, or as a juice or oil. Ginger is commonly used to treat various... More > types of “stomach problems,” including motion sickness, morning sickness, colic, upset stomach, gas, diarrhea, nausea caused by cancer treatment, nausea and vomiting after surgery, as well as loss of appetite. Other uses include treating upper respiratory tract infections, cough, and bronchitis. Fresh ginger is used for treating acute bacterial dysentery, baldness, malaria, poisonous snake bites, rheumatism, migraine headache, and toothaches.< Less
Spicy Healing: Bush Tea (Full Color) By Uwe Blesching Ph.D.
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While not a traditional spice by any means, bush tea, with its deep red coloration in the cup, tastes gentle, sweet, a little woody and makes a great liquid addition to working with spices towards... More > health and healing. Recent scientific have examined bush tea's abilities to protects against certain cancers such as skin cancers and mutations, hyperactive gastrointestinal problems, respiratory difficulty, and high blood pressure. This Bush Tea e-Book is a complete excerpt from the book 'Spicy Healing,' which is also available from < Less
Introductory Human Physiology By Emma Jakoi, Jennifer Carbrey
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Physiology is an integrative science which considers the function of each organ and organ system and their interaction in the maintenance of life. This book is designed to provide the foundation for... More > understanding the normal function of the human body. Each chapter emphasizes the basic concepts that apply to each organ and organ system as well as their integration to maintain homeostasis and proper responses to perturbations such as exercise, illness, and trauma. The organ systems covered include: nervous, muscle, cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, reproductive, gastrointestinal, and urinary. Examples from daily life activities and clinical scenarios as well as review questions are presented to illustrate basic science principles, to facilitate integration of the course content and to foster problem solving skills.< Less