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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
Thermal and non thermal effects of electromagnetic fields in bio-systems By André Bellossi, Gérard Dubost
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This book presents physical models, backed by experimental results, explaining the behavior of living matter in relation to electromagnetic (EM) fields ranging from quasi-stationary state to optical... More > range. The ability of very low frequency EM fields to cure diseases (e.g. respiratory infection) is addressed. The bacteria destruction by non-thermal effects of low frequency electric fields is explained with the proton nuclear resonance and the DNA half-wave resonance. The microtubule instabilities are studied. Explosion of bacteria with acoustic resonance is also modeled. Centimeter and millimeter-waves effects are discussed. Clues about interaction with the human brain are given. Effects of a 60 GHz field on cellular physiology are presented as well as on mice nerve system. A cell membrane is modeled in near IR to UV ranges. The capacity of cells to move towards an IR source is explained. Finally, explanation of cancer mechanisms of the human skin is proposed with ultra-weak photon energy.< Less
Secrets of the Ancient Doctors By Goce Nikolovski
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Herbs have played a major part in medicine for thousands of years. Every culture and every medicinal system, from Ayurveda to Traditional Chinese Medicine, have used herbs for therapeutic purposes.... More > There are thousands of herbs with thousands of different uses, many of which are used in conventional medicine as well as for natural remedies. In recent years, there has been a resurgence of the use of herbs due to the following reasons: the side effects of chemical drugs became apparent, there was a call to return to nature, natural remedies became a part of the green revolution, and there was a return to organic produce. This book will reveal you the secrets of combining a variety of herbal tea blends for treating various diseases, which doctors share among themselves for thousands of years.< Less
Stable Sargean't Manual By US CAVALRY
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Stable Sergeant's Manual is an authoritative guide to care, feeding and well-being of a horse. Following is a partial list of what is covered: Anatomy and Physiology Names and conformation of... More > external regions Stable hygiene--care of sick and injured Restraint and control of the animals Administration, actions and uses of medicines Wounds and their treatment Detection of lameness--Diseases of the bone Diseases of the digestive system Diseases and injuries of muscle, tendons and ligaments Diseases of the respiratory system Diseases of uro-genital system Diseases of the circulatory and lymphatic system Diseases of the nervous system Diseases of the eye Diseases of the skin Diseases of the foot Isolation, quarantine and disinfection Contagious and infectious diseases< Less
Airborne Enterobacteriaceae In Community Environment By Dr. Apurva K. Pathak
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The work related or occupational disease are those diseases, which arise out of the factors at work or related to working conditions that either cause or contribute to disease or result in the... More > deviation from normal health. During work, the workers exposed to toxic hazards of different chemicals, fumes, gases; physical factors like noise, vibration, radiation, heat and other micro climatic conditions; biological factors like viruses, bacteria, parasites, and mould; mineral dust like silica, asbestos, coal, manganese, cadmium etc. and ergonomic hazards. It is a much known and unpleasant truth that since the time of Hippocrates, silicosis is a still the most widespread occupational disease. Until today, 350 chemical substances have identified as occupational carcinogens. Exposure to thousands of allergic agents including vegetable dust is a growing cause of work related illnesses of skin and respiratory system (particularly occupational asthma).< Less
Chiropractic Diagnosis Supplement Material By Jeffery Hargrove D.C., Bryon Hargrove D.C.
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The supplement material packet is a condense form of medical diagnosis notes that can be used to study for chiropractic boards or used as a quick reference guide in the office instead of digging out... More > tons of books to answer one question from a patient. The SMP comes from many of the most common medical materials and books in the field of medical diagnosis. SMP is based from the following: abdominal system, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, gastrointestinal system and neurological system with association of the common diseases, disorders and syndromes that are common findings during a physical examination.< Less
Chiropractic Diagnosis Supplement Material By Jeffery Hargrove D.C., Bryon Hargrove D.C.
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The supplement material packet is a condense form of medical diagnosis notes that can be used to study for chiropractic boards or used as a quick reference guide in the office instead of digging out... More > tons of books to answer one question from a patient. The SMP comes from many of the most common medical materials and books in the field of medical diagnosis. SMP is based from the following: abdominal system, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, gastrointestinal system and neurological system with association of the common diseases, disorders and syndromes that are common findings during a physical examination.< 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
Quit Smoking Handbook: How to Quit Smoking Naturally By Katina Stewart
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How To Quit Smoking Even If You Don't Want To Smoking is in fact a pernicious craving for tobacco products, especially cigarettes and cigars. An organic compound, nicotine, which is richly found in... More > tobacco smoke, is very detrimental to your health. It is linked with various health risks. It can cause diseases of the cardiovascular system, myocardial infarction (heart attack), stroke, diseases of the respiratory tract such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) chronic bronchitis and emphysema, cancer (particularly lung cancer and cancers of the larynx and tongue), peripheral vascular disease, birth defects of pregnant smokers' offspring, Buerger's disease (thromboangiitis obliterans), impotence, and in some cases it may develop cataracts that may cause blindness. GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY!< Less