The Saccharine Disease. Conditions Caused by the Taking of by T. L. Cleave

By T. L. Cleave

The Saccharine sickness, stipulations brought on by the Taking of sophisticated Carbohydrates, reminiscent of Sugar and White Flour contends that the causation of those stipulations has been obscured via complicated differences among unnatural, subtle carbohydrates and that of traditional, unrefined carbohydrates like culmination and full meal flour. the writer notes that each one the foregoing stipulations are fairly the manifestations of a unmarried master-disease—that a few of the significant ailments of recent societies are brought on by eating unreasonable quantities of subtle carbohydrate meals. the writer discusses that during the quick time that guy has replaced his nutrition, evolutionary edition is left in the back of. He supplies principles to avoid and arrest all saccharine affliction manifestations: don't consume any meals until you certainly wish it, and steer clear of consuming white flour or white sugar. those principles will hinder gastric or duodenal ulcer, diabetes, coronary disorder, constipation, problems of varicose veins, hemorrhoids, E. coli infections, weight problems, and a few epidermis stipulations, As a retired Surgeon-General of the Royal army, the writer bases his assumptions on evolutionary, epidemiological, and different clinical or historic paintings. This e-book may give insights to dieticians, nutrients researchers, nutritionists, humans on nutrition, and basic medication practioners.

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Bioreaction Engineering Principles: Second Edition by Jens Nielsen, John Villadsen, Gunnar Lidén

By Jens Nielsen, John Villadsen, Gunnar Lidén

This can be the second one variation of the textual content "Bioreaction Engineering rules" by means of Jens Nielsen and John Villadsen, initially released in 1994 through Plenum Press (now a part of Kluwer). Time runs quickly in Biotechnology, and while Kluwer Plenum stopped reprinting the 1st variation and requested us to make a moment, revised version we fortunately authorized. A textual content on bioreactions written within the early 1990's won't mirror the big improvement of experimental in addition to theoretical facets of mobile reactions in the past decade. within the preface to the 1st variation we admitted to be novices within the box. certainly one of us (JV) has had 10 extra years of task education in biotechnology, and the more youthful writer (IN) has now obtained overseas popularity for his paintings with the most well liked themes of "modem" biotechnology. additionally we're satisfied to have prompted Gunnar Liden, professor of chemical response engineering at our sister college in Lund, Sweden to affix us as co-author of the second one variation. His contribution, specifically at the chemical engineering facets of "real" bioreactors has been of the best price. bankruptcy eight of the current variation is essentially unchanged from the 1st version. we want to thank professor Martin Hjortso from LSU for his immense support with this bankruptcy.

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Medicine and philosophy in classical antiquity: doctors and by Philip J. van der Eijk

By Philip J. van der Eijk

This paintings brings jointly Philip van der Eijk's formerly released essays at the shut connections that existed among drugs and philosophy all through antiquity. clinical authors akin to the Hippocratic writers, Diocles, Galen, Soranus and Caelius Aurelianus elaborated on philosophical equipment similar to causal clarification, definition and department and utilized key recommendations reminiscent of the suggestion of nature to their figuring out of the human physique. equally, philosophers similar to Plato and Aristotle have been hugely valued for his or her contributions to drugs. This interplay was once relatively amazing within the learn of the human soul in its relation to the physique, as illustrated through methods to express subject matters similar to mind, sleep and desires, and vitamin and medication. With a close creation surveying the topic as an entire and an essay on Aristotle's remedy of sleep, this wide-ranging and obtainable assortment is key analyzing for the coed of old philosophy and technological know-how.

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Neurology and Modernity: A Cultural History of Nervous by Laura Salisbury, Andrew Shail

By Laura Salisbury, Andrew Shail

As humans of the fashionable period have been singularly liable to worried problems, the anxious procedure grew to become a version for describing political and social association. This quantity untangles the mutual dependencies of clinical neurology and the cultural attitudes of the interval 1800-1950, exploring how and why modernity was once a essentially anxious nation.

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Medical Visions: Producing the Patient Through Film, by Kirsten Ostherr

By Kirsten Ostherr

How do visible photographs form the perform of medication? What position does visible illustration play within the cultivation of clinical methods of seeing? and the way has medicine’s visible tradition replaced within the electronic age?

Kirsten Ostherr’s bold research explores a hundred and twenty years of clinical image-making to provide an explanation for how visible representations form scientific schooling and perform. Marshaling strong, vibrant examples she demonstrates how clinical pictures created through the healthcare undefined, documentary filmmakers, experimental artists, and the mass media gather cultural which means and impact medical professionals’ and sufferers’ understandings of future health and illness. Her research proceeds chronologically, turning from the earliest experiments with scientific filmmaking by means of the yankee collage of Surgeons, to where of overall healthiness motion pictures within the “golden age” of tutorial movie within the Nineteen Sixties. Ostherr considers the shift to tv because the dominant medium of well-being schooling, highlighting the evolving prestige of realism, the recommendations hired to bridge the entertainment-education divide, the position of specialist experts and sponsors, and the tradeoffs made by means of execs to arrive a huge viewers. the increase of health professional suggestion segments on newsmagazines varieties a transition among clinical dramas like Marcus Welby, MD and newer fact indicates like Boston Med and surgeon 90210. Concluding with a piece on ads and social media within the future health care environment, the e-book ends with ten key classes for the way forward for clinical media.

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The Biblical World, Volume 1 by John Barton

By John Barton

The Biblical international is a complete consultant to the contents, old settings and social context of the Bible. It offers the end result of years of expert learn in an obtainable shape, and is vital interpreting for a person who reads the Bible and want to comprehend extra approximately how and why it got here to be. Written through a world number of specialists, the volumes contain a full overview of the total variety of biblical fabric, prior to happening to extra unique discussions of fantasy and prophecy to poetry and proverbs. Explorations of the ancient history are complemented through the findings of archaeology, and the ebook explores language, legislations, management, social lifestyles and the humanities to boot. significant figures of the Bible - together with Abraham, Jesus and Paul - are studied intimately, as are the most non secular options it includes, comparable to salvation and purity. additionally including an exam of the way the Bible is seen today, this enormous paintings should be a useful source for college kids, teachers and clergy, and for all to whom the Bible is necessary as a spiritual or cultural rfile.

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Anatomy live : performance and the operating theatre by Maaike Bleeker

By Maaike Bleeker

Gross anatomy, the learn of anatomical buildings that may be obvious by means of unassisted imaginative and prescient, has lengthy been a topic of fascination for artists. for many sleek audience, despite the fact that, the anatomy lesson—the technically specified province of scientific surgeons and scientific faculties—hardly turns out the correct breeding flooring for the hybrid workings of artwork and conception. We put out of your mind that, in its early phases, anatomy pursued the hugely theatrical spirit of Renaissance technological know-how, as painters akin to Rembrandt and Da Vinci and clinical teachers like Fabricius of Aquapendente shared audiences dedicated to the workings of the human physique. Anatomy Live: Performance and the working Theatre, a impressive attention of latest advancements at the degree, in addition to in modern writings of theorists comparable to Donna Haraway and Brian Massumi, turns our smooth notions of the dissecting desk on its head—using anatomical theatre as a method of acquiring a clean viewpoint on representations of the physique, conceptions of subjectivity, and personal wisdom approximately technology and the degree. severely dissecting famous exhibitions like Body Worlds and The obvious Human Project and that includes contributions from a few assorted students on such topics because the building of spectatorship and the consequences of anatomical heritage, Anatomy Live isn't really to be ignored via an individual with an curiosity during this enticing intersection of technology and inventive practice.

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Great Psychologists and Their Times: Scientific Insights by Dean Keith Simonton

By Dean Keith Simonton

Книга nice Psychologists and Their instances: clinical Insights into Psychology's... nice Psychologists and Their instances: medical Insights into Psychology's background Книги Психология, философия Автор: Dean Keith Simonton Год издания: 2002 Формат: pdf Издат.:American mental organization Страниц: 554 Размер: 1,2 ISBN: 155798896X Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Chapters are wealthy in examples drawn from the lives and careers of nota ble psychologists, studying such matters as start order, psychopatholo gy, and highbrow precocity. Of specific curiosity are chapters ex ploring what elements of the sociocultural context are so much conducive t o the emergence of illustrious psychologists and the way those sociocultur al conditions-including political occasions, fiscal disturbances, or cu ltural values-affect not just the significance of accomplishment but in addition th e very nature of that success. The findings reviewed result in sugge stions approximately how most sensible to teach and educate either undergraduate psycholo gy majors and graduate scholars in psychology. This booklet might be a use ful source for all psychologists, scientists, and historians who're keen to consider the provocative overlap among psychology, technological know-how , and heritage.

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Elements, Principles and Corpuscles: A Study of Atomism and by Antonio Clericuzio

By Antonio Clericuzio

In Elements, rules and Particles, Antonio Clericuzio explores the relationships among chemistry and corpuscular philosophy within the age of the clinical Revolution. technological know-how historians have appeared chemistry and corpuscular philosophy as special traditions. Clericuzio's view is that because the starting of the seventeenth century atomism and chemistry have been strictly hooked up. this is often attested through Daniel Sennert and through many hitherto little-known French and English average philosophers. they typically mixed a corpuscular concept of topic with Paracelsian chemical (and clinical) doctrines. Boyle performs a principal half within the current e-book: Clericuzio redefines Boyle's chemical perspectives, by means of exhibiting that Boyle didn't subordinate chemistry to the rules of mechanical philosophy. whilst Boyle defined chemical phenomena, he had recourse to corpuscles endowed with chemical, now not mechanical, homes. the mix of chemistry and corpuscular philosophy was once followed through a few chemists energetic within the final many years of the seventeenth century, either in England and at the Continent.
utilizing lots of fundamental assets, the writer demanding situations the traditional view of the corpuscular conception of subject as exact with the mechanical philosophy. He issues out that various models of the corpuscular philosophy flourished within the seventeenth century. so much of them weren't in keeping with the mechanical conception, i.e. at the view that topic is inert and has in basic terms mechanical homes. in the course of the seventeenth century, lively rules, in addition to chemical houses, are attributed to corpuscles. Given its vast assurance, the booklet is an important contribution to either background of technology and background of philosophy.

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Muller's Lab by Laura Otis

By Laura Otis

Many buildings within the human physique are named after Johannes Muller, some of the most revered anatomists and physiologists of the nineteenth century. Muller taught a number of the prime scientists of his age, a lot of whom could cross directly to make trail-blazing discoveries in their personal. between them have been Theodor Schwann, who validated that every one animals are made from cells; Hermann Helmholtz, who measured the rate of nerve impulses; and Rudolf Virchow, who confident medical professionals to think about disorder on the mobile point. This e-book tells Muller's tale by way of interweaving it with these of 7 of his most renowned students.Muller suffered from melancholy and insomnia whilst he used to be doing his most crucial medical paintings, and will have devoted suicide at age fifty six. Like Muller, his such a lot renowned scholars confronted own and social demanding situations as they practiced state-of-the-art technological know-how. Virchow was once fired for his political activism, Jakob Henle used to be jailed for club in a dueling society, and Robert Remak used to be barred from Prussian universities for refusing to give up his Orthodox Judaism. via recounting those tales, Muller's Lab explores the ways that own lifestyles can have an effect on scientists' specialist offerings, and therefore impact the good discoveries they make.

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