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Quantitative Exposure Assessment By Stephen Rappaport, Lawrence Kupper
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Long-term exposures to toxic chemicals can pose risks to human health. In order to properly assess and minimize such risks, it is necessary to measure chemical levels in the air or other... More > environmental media. Since exposure levels vary across groups, between persons (in a given group), and within persons (over time), appropriate statistical analysis of exposure data typically requires the use of linear mixed effects models. This book applies such statistical models to exposure data, with emphasis upon airborne chemical exposures in the workplace and in the ambient environment.< Less
PassMedics Paramedic Study Guide By PassMedics
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The # 1 comprehensive paramedic review book for the state and national registry examinations. Don't waste time, pass the first time!
"THE ULTIMATE" Psychiatry Oral Board Preparation: Preparatory Manual of Style on the Art of Case Presentation for the ABPN Oral Psychiatry Examination By John Clive Spiegel M.D.
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This unique volume is based on J. Clive Spiegel's renowned "THE ULTIMATE" Psychiatry Oral Board Preparation Course. This book presents all the pearls and techniques the candidate will need... More > to navigate the ABPN oral board examination in Psychiatry. Dr. Spiegel's original techniques like the "1-2-3, punch!" method of answering questions and the "Triple-A" approach to the new vignette format are only the tip of the iceberg in this one-of-a-kind workbook designed to help psychiatrists pass their oral board exam with ease. Now updated in 2009 in its second edition.< Less
Cancer: Nutrition and Survival By Steve Hickey, Hilary Roberts
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Microevolution explains what cancer is, how it develops and how to eradicate it. Cancer occurs in multi-celled organisms when cells escape the body’s controls and behave like their... More > single-celled ancestors. Such changes, triggered by oxidative damage, result in faulty cell division. Animals and plants have developed ways to stop their cells reverting to primitive forms. Hence, anticancer substances are common throughout nature. Therapies based on these take advantage of metabolic differences between cancer cells and healthy cells, to destroy cancer while helping healthy cells. Clinical trials are needed to test such non-toxic therapies. Biological research suggests that cancer is a treatable condition. Although current data is not sufficient to indicate the degree of life extension achievable, many terminal patients might die of other causes, before the cancer kills them. Cancer patients deserve to be offered this opportunity. Non-printable e-book - printed version now available.< Less