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Essential Echocardiography

Essential Echocardiography

by Scott D. Solomon
0 Pages · 2015 · 458 · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Dirty Genes
by Ben Lynch
384 Pages · 2018 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Dirty Genesis the genetics, fitness, medical, health and self-help book which shares the science of genetics and how to use it for our good health. Ben Lynch is the author of this remarkable book. He got his degree from the University of Washington in Cell and Molecular Biology. Ben is always interested to find the root cause of disease and the complexities in his studies never stop him to conquer his goals. He writes various papers on methylation dysfunction and nutrigenomics. Ben also suffers from health issues and these health issues are just unexplainable in his studies. He never does anything which offers the diseases or viruses to attack but still, he faces challenges. Later on Ben decided to find out the root causes of diseases and start studying genes. After the research of a few months, he discovered the dirty genes which are the part of our body. These genes transfer to us from our ancestors and they acted badly from time to time. They just need the right kind of environment and diet to act in our body which results in life-threatening and life-long health issues. Dirty genes trigger depression, anxiety, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and heart issues. Ben shares the complete manual to identify the dirty genes and remove them completely from our lives. This book will help you to have quality sleep, healthy eating, environmental detox, and stress relief.
Pleased to Meet Me
by Bill Sullivan
336 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Pleased to Meet Me: Genes, Germs, and the Curious Forces That Make Us Who We Are” is an informative book that describes human behaviour like why we eat things that are bad for us and why we struggle to let things go. Bill Sullivan is the author of this best-selling book. Bill Sullivan is a professor of pharmacology and microbiology at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. He is an award-winning researcher, teacher and science communicator. In “Pleased to Meet Me” Bill asks why some people like “exotic foods and fine wine” while “others want nothing more than a plain hamburger”. Why do some people like to travel while others are not like to travel? Why do some people abuse drugs and alcohol? Bill Sullivan believes that many of the answers to these questions essentially lie in our individual DNA makeup. In addition to our eye colour and whether we are left or right-handed, DNA can affect if we have hatred to broccoli, how quickly we lose our temper. The study of this is called epigenetics. To sum it up, Pleased to Meet Me is an amazing book that tells the human behaviour.
Pediatric and Adult MRI Atlas of Bone Marrow
by Hakan Ilaslan, Murali Sundaram
208 Pages · 2016 · 28 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Pediatric and Adult MRI Atlas of Bone Marrow is the radiology diagnostics, hematology, biochemistry, and imaging book that briefly explains about MRI. Hakan Ilaslan and Murali Sundaram are the authors behind this outstanding book. Human is the associate professor of Radiology. He is providing his services at the Cleveland Clinic Learner College for the last several years. Murali is a staff radiologist in the USA. He has vast experience in his field and he knows everything about it. Together, Hakan and Murali give a masterpiece for everyone about MRI. It is a unique and remarkable guide on the MRI appearance of the appendicular skeleton, bone marrow of the kids, and adults. Learn about the normal MRI finding, degenerative changes, and other variants. Find the different functionalities at myelofibrosis, anemias, polycythemia, storage disorders, infections, and others. This book contains each and everything that you wanted to about MRI in detail. What is the best way to improve imaging and how to start digging into fat suppression? Discover the secrets of learning and how to become an expert in your profession. It is an ultimate guide for the students of medicine.
Blueprint
by Robert Plomin, Nicholas A. Christakis
296 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are (The MIT Press)” is a fact-filled book in which the greatest fact of life and the basis of human life is described. This book tells us why we all have different fingerprints and what the genetic basis of this difference is. This scientific facts based book is written by Robert Plomin. He has studied and practiced genetics for more than 20 years of his life. He wrote this book after a detailed study and specialization in medical genetics and in this book he tells us how our phenotype is produced and what genotype is. It tells us although the word gene is the same for all living organisms it is different in different organisms. He tells us that even a small difference in the gene causes a large difference in our body feature that is being controlled by that gene. This book provides us detailed knowledge about the genetically transmitted diseases and how these diseases are transmitted from generation to generation and the causes of these diseases. This book is not only worthy for medical students but also for a layman to have knowledge of the human body. This book is knowledge containing and interesting.
Cosmic Serpent
by Jeremy Narby
272 Pages · 1999 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Cosmic Serpent is the psychology, anthropology, biochemistry and biochemistry book that discusses in details about the psychology of plants. Jeremy Narby is the author of this fascinating book. Plants are the living organisms so they have DNA too. Every living organism on the earth has DNA and plants use deoxyribonucleic acid. They fulfill all of their genetic material needs through it. The whole DNA of the plants is located in the nucleus. You may also like to read Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers by Christopher Brickell PDF We all know that DNA process the information and same is the case in plants. It is coded set of instructions for generating RNA along with the set of instructions to process things. We all knew about the DNA that it carries a blueprint of the organism. Plants transfer their characteristics from one generation to the other and it will continue to the rest of their life. This book contains the illustrations that explain everything brilliantly. Jeremy takes reader step by step through easy to follow rules so anyone can understand without putting much effort. It is a much have book for everyone who wanted to learn about chemistry, mythology and anthropology. In short, Cosmic Serpent provides all the necessary information about plants.
Who We Are and How We Got Here
by David Reich
368 Pages · 2015 · 26 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Who We Are and How We Got Here: Ancient DNA and the New Science of the Human Past” is an informative book, which reveals early human origins and migrations. David Reich is the author of this exclusive book. David Reich, Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator is one of the world’s leading pioneers in analyzing ancient human DNA. Who We Are and How We Got Here is a well-researched book for the readers, who want to know how who we are? It is a fascinating exploration of some of the most exciting current research in human genetics. David Reich sketches the roles played by different populations of modern humans, Neanderthals and Denisovans and their surprising contributions to the current populations of those regions. He provides also maps and charts that are very helpful in illustrating the discussion. To be honest, David Reich is an expert in genetics and particularly in the study of ancient human DNA. To sum it up, Who We Are and How We Got Here is a must-read book for all the readers.