4 edition of The science book of wonder drugs. found in the catalog.
The science book of wonder drugs.
Donald Gray Cooley
|Other titles||Wonder drugs.|
|Statement||Illustrated by William Draut.|
|LC Classifications||RS91 .C69|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||54006544|
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The Science Book of Wonder Drugs Mass Market Paperback – Import, January 1, by Donald G. Cooley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Donald G.
Cooley. This tome is an amazing history of the "wonder drug" Aspirin (ASA), where it came from and how it changed the world of the 20th century, and even the world of today.
It held my rapt attention with characters good and not-so-nice, old science vs. the new science of medicine, and everything in between/5(33). The science book of wonder drugs.
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Find items in libraries near you. The second part of the book covers the story of the wonder drug from to Aspirin played a key role in the flu pandemic.
It might also have had a crucial part in the collapse of the Russian by: Diarmuid Jeffreys traces the story of aspirin from the drug's origins in ancient Egypt, through its industrial development at the end of the nineteenth century and its key role in the great flu.
But while modern “wonder drugs” have saved countless lives, they have a left a more complicated legacy well beyond the doctor’s office. A commentary by David Caruso, program manager for biomedical sciences and technologies at CHF’s Center for Contemporary History and Policy, explores the far-reaching effects of pharmaceuticals in social, economic, and.
"Drugged: The Science and Culture Behind Psychotropic Drugs is a tour de force by Professor Richard J. Miller of Northwestern University. This book makes a powerful case that to deeply understand drug effects on the brain, one needs to understand how the emergence of these drugs in both ancient and modern cultures have shaped and continue to shape Reviews: The first book you recommend is The Age of Wonder () by Richard Holmes.
The Sunday Times review says that reading this book is “like a holiday in a sunny landscape” which I thought was a lovely description. It’s history of science, isn’t it.
It’s a splendid book. Richard Holmes is a literary biographer. He is well known for a two-volume biography of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. A Sense of Wonder Book Summary: This practical book offers a scientific framework for the early years that is divided into four key areas: biological science, physical science, earth science and environmental science.
Topics covered include life, nature, environmental care, sustainability, and biodiversity - with links throughout to the EYFS. A look at a number of drugs that revolutionized medicine and provided new treatments for widespread ailments and disease.
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Palacio, is told from six different viewpoints. Three sections are told from the main character, August's, viewpoint. The other sections are. The Andean Wonder Drug is a model of colonial science studies that makes essential reading for historians of the Atlantic World and early modern science and medicine." – James Delbourgo, Rutgers University "The Andean Wonder Drug is an illuminating study of the Spanish Empire's efforts to secure monopoly control over the cinchona tree and its.
The Andean Wonder Drug uses the story of cinchona bark to demonstrate how the imperial politics of knowledge in the Spanish Atlantic ultimately undermined efforts to transform European science into a tool of (2). Bring your young readers and listeners to Books of Wonder and join us for our ever-popular Storytime.
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The story was changed over years and decades by one of the co-discoverers in what was for a long time a successful attempt to make the discovery his own/5(24). Welcome to the Health Sciences Institute Dedicated to uncovering and researching the most urgent advances in modern underground medicine.
The Health Sciences Institute is intended to provide cutting-edge health information. The bestselling author and activist has been exploring the use of psychedelic drugs in medical research for his book How to Change Your Mind. And yes, he had to try them for himself Published: In this fascinating and informative book Diarmuid Jeffreys follows the surprising and dramatic story of the drug from its origins in ancient Egypt, through its industrial development at the end of the nineteenth century and its key role in the great flu pandemic of to its subsequent exploitation by the pharmaceutical conglomerates.5/5(1).Summary.
For their science project, Jack and Auggie make a battery that powers a lamp by utilizing a potato, and get an A for their work. They display their work at the science fair; however, Auggie is uncomfortable because all of the parents and grandparents of the students in the science fair stare at him.