Describes the anatomy of the human ear and includes information on ear problems, care of the ear, and the ears of some animals. Describes the anatomy of the human ear and includes information on ear problems, care of the ear, and the ears of some animals. Format: Library Binding.
In this book, Robert M. Sapolsky zooms in and out of each bodily system, and explains how they affect one another. If only your body came with a manual like your car did. This book began with a video series from the Atlantic, wherein James Hamblin talked with experts about the ins and outs of our body . This book examines the human body from a historical perspective. From ancient body art to plastic surgery, Hugh Aldersey-Williams writs about how cultures around the world have understood and interacted with the human body.
Mind and body : René Descartes to William James. by Wozniak, Robert H; National Library of Medicine (. ; American Psychological Association. Publication date 1992. Topics History of Medicine, Neurophysiology, Psychology, Psychophysiology.
Prof Robert Winston takes a look at the human body during the teenage years. Professor Robert Winston looks at the leaps and bounds made during babyhood. Professor Robert Winston explores the human body's greatest achievement - reproduction. Professor Robert Winston looks at the skills the body routinely uses.
The Body Electric book. In this landmark book, Robert O. Becker, . This book is an excellent foundation in the electrical dynamics of the human body that you would want to supplement with the more recent health books regarding alternate energy systems, cellular communications and transmitting RF utility meters. Dec 12, 2010 Jim Bouchard rated it really liked it. Before Robert Becker there was little if any acknowledgement of the bio-electric characteristics of the human body. Like many visionaries, Becker paid a high price for his discoveries. Now bio-electricity is an integral component to modern medical treatment.
Nonfiction Human Body Book Series. I’ll repeat what I said earlier in this book list: You do not need to get books in each book series. Pick the series that would best fit your learners. Rookie Read-About Health eries – This is such a GREAT series for young readers! Perfect for independent reading at a center or self-selected reading in a Kindergarten or 1st grade class. There are many Read-About Health series that fit well in a study about the body.
Understand human biology with new precision and clarity through the incredibly detailed illustrations that pack this book. The 3-D digital images show how the body works, system by system, including digestion, defence, bones, muscles, and joints, and even cells and DNA. Put yourself under the microscope and reveal all your body systems in fantastic detail. Discover how the nervous system works, the intricate construction of your bones and muscles, and how your body protects itself when you are under threat
DESCRIPTION: The Human Body is a seven part documentary series, first shown on 20 May 1998 on BBC One and presented by medical scientist Robert Winston. A co-production between the BBC and The Learning Channel, the series looks at the mechanics and emotions of the human body from birth to death. The series was nominated for numerous awards, winning several, including three BAFTA awards, four RTS awards and a Peabody Award. The series was produced by Richard Dale and presented by Professor Robert Winston, a fertility expert. The series used a variety of different techniques to present the topics being discussed, including endoscopes and computer graphics for internal shots, time-lapse photography to show the growth of hair and nails, magnetic resonance imaging and scanning electron microscopy.