The Deadliest Diseases In History Biology For Kids Children S Biology Books

Author: Baby Professor
Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1541939719
Size: 50.46 MB
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Did you know that some of the common diseases today were once very deadly because of the lack of proper knowledge against them? Take a step back in time and review some of the deadliest diseases in history. How many people died of these diseases? What leaps have scientists taken to protect mankind from viruses and bacteria? Know the answers to these questions and more. Read this book today!

Germ Smart Infectious Diseases For Kids Children S Biology Books

Author: Baby Professor
Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1541939700
Size: 23.31 MB
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Get smart about germs to escape them at all possibilities. This book will outline some of the most common infectious diseases known to man. Being equipped with the knowledge included in this book will help improve your child’s understanding of body processes and defenses. Are you ready for some serious discussion on diseases? Then secure a copy today!

The Science Of Roman History

Author: Walter Scheidel
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691195986
Size: 52.45 MB
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With state-of-the-art contributions by scholars who are leaders in their respective fields, this edition describes how the integration of natural and human archives is changing the entire historical enterprise.

Invisible Enemies

Author: Jeanette Farrell
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN: 0374307466
Size: 51.12 MB
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In this fully revised third edition of the 1998 original, Jeanette Farrell tells the gripping stories of mankind's struggles against deadliest diseases in human history—including malaria, leprosy and cholera—updated to reflect new medical and social developments such as the continuing ravages of AIDS around the world, the bioterror threat posed by smallpox eradication, and an all-new chapter on the Ebola crisis. Illustrated with more than fifty reproductions of photographs, newspaper cartoons, public health posters, and the like, Invisible Enemies is an intense and intriguing mix of history, biography, and biology. A Scientific American Young Readers Book Award Winner A Bulletin Blue Ribbon Book

Your Baby S Best Shot

Author: Stacy Mintzer Herlihy
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 144221578X
Size: 80.98 MB
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Guides readers in understanding why they should vaccinate, emphasizing the importance of herd immunity and explaining how the anti-vaccine movement misleads the public on this important issue.

The Cambridge History Of Science The Modern Biological And Earth Sciences

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Publisher's description: This volume offers to general and specialist readers alike the fullest and most complete survey of the development of science in the eighteenth century, exploring the implications of the 'scientific revolution' of the previous century and the major new growth-points, particularly in the experimental sciences. It is designed to be read as both a narrative and an interpretation, and also used as a work of reference. While prime attention is paid to western science, space is also given to science in traditional cultures and colonial science. The coverage strikes a balance between analysis of the cognitive dimension of science itself and interpretation of its wider social, economic and cultural significance. The contributors, world leaders in their respective specialities, engage with current historiographical and methodological controversies and strike out on positions of their own.

Invisible Invaders

Author: Connie Goldsmith
Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books
ISBN: 9780822534167
Size: 68.40 MB
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Examines the most recent infectious diseases, how scientists are developing cures, and how to protect yourself.

Medical Primatology

Author: Eman P Fridman
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780415275835
Size: 56.11 MB
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Due to the high degree of biological similarity between primates and humans, monkeys and apes have been used successfully in medical research for many decades. Medical Primatology: History, Biological Foundations and Applications provides a comprehensive summary linking the use of monkeys and apes in biomedical research to their kinship with humans. The book begins by discussing the history of this research, and then focuses on the biological foundations upon which medical primatology has been built. Primate taxonomy and evolution are reviewed, using not only traditional sources of data, but also recent experimental evidence from molecular biology, genetics, and biomedicine that indicates the need to place higher simians in the family of man. Condensing a broad range of scientific literature into one volume, this will be a useful reference for specialists in the biological sciences and medicine, as well as researchers involved in biological, anthropological, biomedical, clinical, and pharmacological research on primates.


Author: Jim Ollhoff
Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company
ISBN: 1617861456
Size: 60.44 MB
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Germs are everywhere--in your mouth, on your clothes, on everything you touch. Some we can't live without; others are microscopic killing machines. This title looks at the fascinating struggle to understand and control the spread of one of mankind's deadliest diseases, Malaria. Readers will learn all about Malaria, from the causes to the treatments and cures to how it affects people today. ABDO & Daughters is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.

In The Year After Mom Died

Author: Tom Slattery
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595612032
Size: 50.30 MB
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The author deals with grief and reflects on life and change following the death of his mother in 2006. Her treasure old house and the unintended influence of Arthur Miller are followed through this book.