In the eighteenth century it was criminally easy to bump off unwanted relatives. A Household Thrown into Chaos Plumstead village, 2 November 1833. Wealthy landlord,...
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Recreates the transformative fundamentals of how we cook, building from the most basic principles: cooking with fire, cooking with water, cooking with air and cooking with earth.
As a medical student, Dr Paul Farmer found his life's calling: to cure infectious diseases and to bring the lifesaving tools of modern medicine - so readily available in...
Barbara Natterson Horowitz; Kathryn...
Explores many of the human and animal health issues that overlap and provides insight into the treatment of many diseases including diabetes, cancer, heart disease and mental illness. This title...
James Le Fanu
* A fascinating survey of the key moments of post-war medical discovery - fully revised and updated for this new edition
William Harvey had a huge impact on anatomy and modern biology. Harvey's obsessive quest to understand the movement of the blood overturned beliefs held by anatomists and physicians since Roman...
Collected in one volume, here are the true life stories of London ambulance driver, Tom Reynolds.
William F. Bynum; Helen Bynum
Provides an account of the evolution of medical knowledge and practice from ancient Egypt, India and China to todays technology, from letting blood to keyhole surgery, from the theory of...
James C. Whorton
The story of arsenic in Victorian Britain, looking both at its widespread presence in everything from candles to curtains, and also its more sinister use for murder and suicide.
A lively and powerful account of our battle against smallpox, the only disease that mankind has successfully eradicated from the planet. Including the personal experiences of colourful historical figures such...
Shows you how to give up smoking. This book features: no scare tactics; no weight-gain; the psychological need to smoke disappears as you read; and feel great to be a...
The internationally bestselling story of a young woman whose death in 1951 changed medical science for ever ...
Raymond Tallis; Jacky Davis
An explosive polemic revealing how the NHS was butchered by reform - & how we can revive this national treasure while we still have the chance
Dementia is a little understood and incurable illness, but much can be done to maximise the quality of life for people with the condition. This book outlines the SPECAL method...
Begins with Barbara Taylor's visit to the innocuously named Princess Park Manor in Friern Barnet, North London - a picture of luxury and repose. But this is the former site...