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Unraveling The Mystery Of Autism And Pervasive Developmental Disorder

Author : Karyn Seroussi
ISBN : 9781481429443
Genre : Family & Relationships
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An exploration of the littleknown part that nutrition plays in dealing with autism and pervasive developmental disorder chronicles the struggle and the triumph of a man and woman who challenged the status quo to help their young son.

You Don T Have To Die

Author : Leon Chaitow
ISBN : 0963633449
Genre : Medical
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Explores the successes and failures of alternative treatments and stresses the importance of individualized treatment programs and active patient participation

That S Disgusting

Author : Rachel Herz
ISBN : 0393344169
Genre : Psychology
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Examines the psychological and evolutionary history of disgust, from its origins as a safety mechanism to complex, varied emotions, revealing the science behind it.

Defending The Body

Author : Joel Davis
ISBN : UOM:39015013898153
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Ending The War Metaphor

Author : Forum on Microbial Threats
ISBN : 0309180120
Genre : Medical
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Infectious diseases have existed longer than us, as long as us, or are relatively newer than us. It may be the case that a disease has existed for many, many years but has only recently begun affecting humans. At the turn of the century the number of deaths caused by infections in the United States had been falling steadily but since the '80s has seen an increase. In the past 30 years alone 37 new pathogens have been identified as human disease threats and 12% of known human pathogens have been classified as either emerging or remerging. Whatever the story, there is currently a "war" on infectious diseases. This war is simply the systematic search for the microbial "cause" of each disease, followed by the development of antimicrobial therapies. The "war" on infectious diseases, however, must be revisited in order to develop a more realistic and detailed picture of the dynamic interactions among and between host organisms and their diverse populations of microbes. Only a fraction of these microbes are pathogens. Thus, in order to explore the crafting of a new metaphor for host-microbe relationships, and to consider how such a new perspective might inform and prioritize biomedical research, the Forum on Microbial Threats of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) convened the workshop, Ending the War Metaphor: The Changing Agenda for Unraveling the Host-Microbe Relationship on March 16-17, 2005. Workshop participants examined knowledge and approaches to learning about the bacterial inhabitants of the human gut, the best known host-microbe system, as well as findings from studies of microbial communities associated with other mammals, fish, plants, soil, and insects. The perspective adopted by this workshop is one that recognizes the breadth and diversity of host-microbe relationships beyond those relative few that result in overt disease. Included in this summary are the reports and papers of individuals participating in the Forum as well as the views of the editors.

The Ohio State University In The Sixties

Author : William J. Shkurti
ISBN : 0814213073
Genre : Education
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At 5:30 p.m. on May 6, 1970, an embattled Ohio State University President Novice G. Fawcett took the unprecedented step of closing down the university. Despite the presence of more than 1,500 armed highway patrol officers, Ohio National Guardsmen, deputy sheriffs, and Columbus city police, university and state officials feared they could not maintain order in the face of growing student protests. Students, faculty, and staff were ordered to leave; administrative offices, classrooms, and laboratories were closed. The campus was sealed off. Never in the first one hundred years of the university's existence had such a drastic step been necessary. Just a year earlier the campus seemed immune to such disruptions. President Nixon considered it safe enough to plan an address at commencement. Yet a year later the campus erupted into a spasm of violent protest exceeding even that of traditional hot spots like Berkeley and Wisconsin. How could conditions have changed so dramatically in just a few short months? Using contemporary news stories, long overlooked archival materials, and first-person interviews, The Ohio State University in the Sixties explores how these tensions built up over years, why they converged when they did and how they forever changed the university.

Unraveling Aids

Author : Mae-Wan Ho
ISBN : 9781890612474
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Although billions of dollars are being spent to find a cure for AIDS, and many drugs are now available for its treatment, millions of people worldwide continue to suffer and die from this disease. Unraveling AIDS is a timely and well-researched book that addresses a wide range of issues regarding the AIDS pandemic. Perhaps most important, the authors explore alternative therapies that appear to be safer, more effective, and less costly than the current generation of AIDS pharmaceuticals.

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