Blood: Physiology and Circulation (The Human Body)
Humans have been fascinated by the intricacies of
blood as far back as early Egyptian civilization.
Tombs in Egypt depicted bloodletting—a procedure
through which blood is intentionally removed from a
vein—as a treatment for sick patients. Some ancient
Greeks drank the blood of a fallen warrior, believing that...
Eric Hobsbawm: A Life in History
Eric Hobsbawm's works have had a nearly incalculable effect across generations of readers and students, influencing more than the practice of history but also the perception of it. Born in Alexandria, Egypt, of second-generation British parents, Hobsbawm was orphaned at age fourteen in 1931. Living with an uncle in Berlin, he...
Lonely Planet Discover Egypt (Country Guide)
Experience The Best of Egypt
The Pyramids of Giza, Siwa Oasis, Luxor Museum – we’ve selected the most iconic sights and incredible places so you can enjoy the real Egypt with the minimum of fuss.
Highlights reveal the must-see attractions and unbeatable experiences
Understanding Diabetes: A Biochemical Perspective
A clear explanation of the cause, diagnosis, and treatment of diabetes
Written for a broad range of readers, including students, researchers, policymakers, health care providers, and diabetes patients and caregivers, this book explains the underlying biochemistry and physiology of diabetes mellitus. Each chapter contains a...
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