By Joan R. Callahan
This enticing, nontechnical ebook discusses 50 future health scares that captured the public's awareness earlier than fading away, protecting genuine and perceived overall healthiness threats from long-ago eras to offer times.
• offers information regarding 50 wellbeing and fitness scares in 7 different types that without warning surfaced then fizzled, supplying a consultant pattern of comparable occasions over the past half-century
• comprises sidebar sections highlighting anecdotes or examples
• A bibliography presents an intensive interpreting record for every subject bankruptcy and the introduction
• A thesaurus defines biomedical and different unexpected terms
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