HISTORY OF MEDICINE BOOK

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Results 1 - 30 of Discover Book Depository's huge selection of History Of Medicine Books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Books shelved as history-of-medicine: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidem. books based on votes: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, The Nonfiction books about the history of medicine.

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Description Paul Strathern follows the development of medicine through the lives of its greatest practitioners, whose discoveries and errors shaped the course of medical history. Includes geniuses, such as Paracelsus, the father of medical chemistry, and Edward Jenner, whose vaccination banished smallpox, scientific endeavour, such as the discovery of X-rays, and mistakes both fortunate and fatal.

With grave robbing, plague and germ theory, quackery, nursing, syphilis, micro-organisms and penicillin along the way, this is the ultimate story of human -- and humane -- achievement. Other books in this series. Add to basket.

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He studied physics, chemistry and maths at Trinity College, Dublin, before switching to philosophy. He is the author of several novels, including A Season in Abbyssinia, which won a Somerset Maugham prize, and two highly successful series of short introductory books, Philosophers in 90 Minutes and The Big Idea: Scientists Who Changed the World.

Strangelove's Game: I think people are pilloried in the press in one way or another, regardless of how whatever it is that has happened to them comes to light. And to some degree people who suffer from mental illnesses are integrated more into the community. But now you see a great many more people on the streets who would have been in caring institutions.

One last comment on Porter. I read him as an undergraduate and I still re-read his books.

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It really is great if you find an historian who is so engaging that they make you want to find out more and read more — even though the subject could seem quite dry. So in a subject like the history of medicine, which is instantly related to the personal, Porter is an excellent guide. Incisive, compassionate, illuminating, Fasting Girls offers real understanding to victims and their families, clinicians, and all women who are interested in the origins and future of this complex, modern and characteristically female disease.

Now Katherine Ott chronicles how in one century a romantic, ambiguous affliction of the spirit was transformed into a disease that threatened public health and civic order. Johnson illuminates the intertwined histories of the spread of disease, the rise of cities, and the nature of scientific inquiry, offering both a riveting history and a powerful explanation of how it has shaped the world we live in.

It outlines the development of public health in Britain, Continental Europe and the United States from the ancient world through to the modern state. Saunders and Charles D. Roberts Jr.

At last, it provides the fullest possible context for comprehending the behavioral fallout that has caused black Americans to view researchers—and indeed the whole medical establishment—with such deep distrust. Expertly sifting through a vast array of cultural documents, Metzl shows how associations between schizophrenia and blackness emerged during the tumultuous decades of the s and s. Hudspeth: This novel offers two extraordinary books in one.

The first is a fictional biography of Dr. Spencer Black, from a childhood spent exhuming corpses through his medical training, his travels with carnivals, and the mysterious disappearance at the end of his life.Reports 19th—20th Century The collection includes published reports of hospitals, medical schools, and organizations, as well as reports of state, local, and federal health-related agencies, mostly dealing with such matters as disease prevention, hygiene, and safety.

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Since when is a Brother Cadfael mystery a non-fiction history of medicine? Because Machaon is wounded and Podaleirius is in combat Eurypylus asks Patroclus to cut out this arrow from my thigh, wash off the blood with warm water and spread soothing ointment on the wound.

This particular book is about how madness was treated from Restoration times in the late 17th century right up to the Regency at the start of the 19th century.

Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Through the Darkness: History of medicine as a discipline is indebted enough to the work of William Bynum to have an annual prize in his name for the best essay on the subject.

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