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Dissolving Illusions

Dissolving Illusions

by Suzanne Humphries, July 27, 2013
504 Pages · 2013 · 7 MB · 35 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Butchering Art
by Lindsey Fitzharris
304 Pages · 2015 · 2.2  MB · 49 Downloads · New!
“The Butchering Art: Joseph Lister’s Quest to Transform the Grisly World of Victorian Medicine” is a good book that describes general surgery. Lindsey Fitzharris is the author of this surgery book. Lindsey has done a Ph.D. in the history of science and medicine from the University of Oxford. She is the creator of the popular website The Chirurgeon’s Apprentice and presenter of the YouTube series Under the Knife. The Butchering Art is an excellent book from beginning to end, it engages the readers. Lindsey reveals about the surgery and shows how it was transformed by advances made in germ theory and antiseptics. The Butchering Art Society is benefited by the good health of all the individuals within it, and that innovation has been fought by the general population throughout human history.
Stiff
by Mary Roach
303 Pages · 2015 · 1.4 MB · 52 Downloads · New!
The “Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers” is an exploration book that describes dead bodies. Mary Roach is the author of this book. She writes many other books such as “Science Tackles the Afterlife, packing for marks and many more. Her writing has appeared in Outside, Wired, National Geographic and The New York Times Magazine. In Stiff, Mary Roach contains different stories about blood and death. Have you ever questioned what happens to the body when it dies? Or how cadavers donated to science are used? Have you ever wondered if embalming keeps your body from ever decaying? These all are few questions covered in this book.Because Mary uses real examples of scientists and researchers performing horrific operations on human remains in order to learn the anatomy of our complex species.
Rabid
by Bill Wasik& Monica Murphy
288 Pages · 2013 · 3 MB · 36 Downloads · New!
Rabid is the infectious, forensic medicine and a medical book which shares the brief history of rabies disease. Bill Wasik and Monica Murphy are the authors of this fantastic book. Rabies is the most fatal virus in human history. It is spread avidly from animals and humans are the ultimate victims of this infection. The virus of rabies (RNA) is from rhabdovirus family. This virus affects the body in two different ways. It enters through the nervous system and directly attacks the brain or it replicated in the muscle tissues which affects the neuromuscular junctions. The death rate of this virus in a hundred percent once the infection takes place in the brain. It is spread in the human due to the bite of an infected animal. The treatment of rabies is only possible before the virus symptoms. A person who is infected by rabies will have several neurological problems in fear of water and light are prominent. It’s the common disease where stray dogs are present in big numbers particularly in Africa and Asia. There are thousands of cases every year and people just die at the end of the day. There are five stages of this disease which leads the person towards death. The author describes the history of this virus from the last four thousand years. This is an ultimate guide for the awareness of rabies and how to handle it.
Superbugs
by Matt McCarthy
304 Pages · 2020 · 13 MB · 52 Downloads · New!
Superbugs in the clinical chemistry, viral disease, medical research, and pathology book that contains the history of bacterial and viral disease that takes millions of lives. Matt McCarthy is the author of this outstanding book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Matt is the assistant professor of medicine at Cornell. He is the author of two bestselling books and he never write anything without any proof. Matt knows what he is writing and he never disappoints his fans. He shares his story of dealing with patients with cutting edge science. Matt is the ethics professor, research, and physician who is on the front lines whenever a situation comes in the medical field. He explains the history of disease that took the lives of millions of people from time to time. Today, we are living in the modern world but still, there is a lot more to come. He explains the discovery of penicillin that saves the lives of people. Human history is full of bacterial and viruses that often attack, and as a result, millions of people died. Matt shares his personal stories with patients about how he able to help his clients to deal with viruses. A remarkable book for everyone to ponder to know the world where we are living.
The Ghost Map
by Steven Johnson
328 Pages · 2007 · 4.53 MB · 43 Downloads · New!
The Ghost Map is the history, communication diseases and microbiology book which tells the history of London and how people suffer from the rare disease. Steven Johnson is the author of this notable book. London is the most developed and expensive city in the world and it took decades for this city to make its worth. While growing up in any state of the world, every kid has a dream to visit London and live there. There are outstanding facilities, infrastructure and most importantly the educated people. The government of England never let kept a special eye on its capital and perform changes according to the needs of the people. London hosts the matches of different sports such as Hockey, Football, Cricket, Baseball and Basketball including plenty of indoor games. Steven describes the terrifying history of London when the city suffered from cholera. In summer, 1854 London was emerging as the most modern cities of the world. It provides all the modern facilities to the people and industries were growing quickly.
Superbugs PDF
by Matt McCarthy
304 Pages · 2020 · 13 MB · 41 Downloads · New!
Superbugs in the clinical chemistry, viral disease, medical research, and pathology book that contains the history of bacterial and viral disease that takes millions of lives. Matt McCarthy is the author of this outstanding book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Matt is the assistant professor of medicine at Cornell. He is the author of two bestselling books and he never write anything without any proof. Matt knows what he is writing and he never disappoints his fans. He shares his story of dealing with patients with cutting edge science. Matt is the ethics professor, research, and physician who is on the front lines whenever a situation comes in the medical field. He explains the history of disease that took the lives of millions of people from time to time. Today, we are living in the modern world but still, there is a lot more to come. He explains the discovery of penicillin that saves the lives of people. Human history is full of bacterial and viruses that often attack, and as a result, millions of people died. Matt shares his personal stories with patients about how he able to help his clients to deal with viruses. A remarkable book for everyone to ponder to know the world where we are living.

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