“The Wahls Protocol: A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles” is a helpful book that reveals how to improve our health.Dr. Terry Wahls and Eve Adamson are the authors of this excellent book. Dr. Terry is a clinical professor of medicine at the University Of Lowa Carver College Of Medicine in Lowa City and the director of the Therapeutic Lifestyle Clinic. She treats veterans with autoimmune, neurological and medical problems using diet and lifestyle interventions. In this book, Dr. Terry focused on treating her patient’s ailments with drugs.
Within three years, her back and stomach muscles had weakened and she needed a wheelchair. She began studying the latest research on autoimmune disease and brain biology. She decided to get her vitamins back with the help of food. Dr. Terry adopted the nutrient-rich Paleo diet. After some time, she walked slowly and one day she biked eighteen miles in a single day. In short, The Wahls Protocol is an excellent book that reveals how to improve our health.
“Vaccine Nation: America’s Changing Relationship with Immunization” is an amazing writing which provides us total mechanism of vaccine action in human body. This worthy book is written by great book writer Elena Conis. She is a professor of history at Emory University. Although she is not a medical teacher or student or a doctor this book is an example of her deep knowledge about vaccines. This book describes how diseases were controlled by vaccines and how political and social affairs affect medicine. This book explains to us how the spread of disease like measles, mumps, and rubella destroyed human population at the time when they spread and how our medical field and scientists controlled them.
Although vaccines have been discovered a long time ago controversies on their use to treat diseases are there because some people and societies think that they may cause harm although they do not because they are almost killed microorganisms so they can cause no harm. The book reveals how vaccines changed with time and how ordinary Americans perceived them to be used for the prevention of diseases. She explains how immunization commonly done in childhood to protect them against disease gives us advantages but people do not perceive them in the right way. She also discusses the social history of immunization and its trend in childhood and its importance. This book demands attention and understanding of scientific principles. This book is explanatory and amusing as well.
The “Elegant Defense, An: The Extraordinary New Science of the Immune System: A Tale in Four Lives” is an amazing book that tells the major advances in immunology through human stories. Matt Richtel is the author of this book. The author uses easy to understand language to describe a complex system that affects nearly every aspect of our health. Richtel compellingly interweaves the science and history of immunology into the lives of four patients, each dealing with different aspects of immune function & dysfunction: overreaction, underreaction, recognizing self as an enemy, recognizing enemy as self, and much more.
The book tells the story of four individuals whose immune systems were the key to their health or to their illness; their stories are used to explore, in clear terms, the history of the research into the immune system and exactly how we now understand it to work. An interesting read regarding our understanding of the immune system and how society is affecting it.
“Moonshot by Albert Bourla ” is a popular book that is now available for download in PDF and ePub format. ” Albert Bourla ” is the author of this impressive book. Here is the summary of this book;
Dr. Bourla chronicles how the brilliant, dedicated minds at Pfizer, under the enormous strains of the global pandemic, overcame a series of crises that were compounded by social and political unrest, and reveals the doubts, decisions, obstacles, and failures they encountered. As Dr. Bourla makes clear, Pfizer’s success wasn’t due to luck; it was because of preparation driven by four simple values—Courage, Excellence, Equity, and Joy.