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Challenging man-made disease
Harriet L. Hardy
Bibliography, p231-237. - Includes index.
|Statement||with the editorial assistance of Emily W. Rabe.|
|Contributions||Rabe, Emily W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||254|
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Chronic disease, defined as any disease lasting three months or longer, is a way of life for many Americans since they are commonly incurable and life-long. In , about 80% of senior adults report having at least one chronic disease and therefore having to adjust to the daily lifestyle changes and challenges that come with chronic illnesses. Good Calories, Bad Calories: Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and Health (published as The Diet Delusion in the United Kingdom and Australia) is a book by science journalist Gary argues that the last few decades of dietary advice promoting low-fat diets has been consistently incorrect. Taubes contends that carbohydrates, specifically refined carbohydrates Author: Gary Taubes.
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The American author Dean Koontz wrote a thriller about a man made virus outbreak which started in Wuhan China in His novel The Eyes of Darkness made reference to a killer virus called “Wuhan” – which just so happened to be the Chinese city where Covid would emerge.
The virus in The Eyes of Darkness was originally called Gorki; its name was changed in a reprint. There are books that go into great depth on smallpox, TB, Ebola, etc. that can be studied if one desires, but this book is meant to be a starting place in developing the knowledge of our past dealings with diseases.
This book covers in some detail as to how humans have adapted and understand vectors and other factors in order to prevent or limit life-threatening by: Infectious Diseases.
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As deaths from famine and infectious diseases decreased, and life expectancy increased, the burden of disease has shifted to chronic, noncommunicable diseases such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, and stroke.
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I gave it 5 stars since the book is very thorough on explaining exactly what has occurred to damage the human body and cause the diseases. The Origins of AIDS takes us to the former Belgian Congo to investigate this controversial claim put forward by journalist Edward Hooper.
In his book, The River: Journey to the Source of AIDS, he links the onset of AIDS to a mass polio vaccination in the 's when nearly a million Africans were injected with an experimental vaccine derived from monkey organs.
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While it repeats what I have already learned from other sources regarding wheat and gluten and why we are seeing more sensitive to it now, it also connects the average American diet's over consumption of wheat at every meal, as well as sugar and unhealthy fats to autoimmune disease.4/5.The disease (and its scientific, social, political, or cultural ramifications) must be the focus of the book.
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