Human Physical Health Paperback
Part of the Cambridge Social Biology Topics series
This series in intended for those students following advanced level social biology and related syllabuses.
Each text deals with a specific topic area and the series as a whole provides a stimulating introduction to a subject of growing importance.
The control of disease and the active encouragement of good health is a major priority of nations worldwide.
This book gives a detailed study of a number of diseases and health problems from which common themes and underlying principles emerge.
Details of transmission, treatment and control are covered as well as epidemiology and sociooeconomic factors - particularly the implications of AIDS.
Topics range from infectious diseases, pulmonary disease and malaria to immunology, transplantation and physical fitness.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 132 pages, 5 half-tones, 20 line diagrams/graphs
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 05/10/1989
- Category: Human biology
- ISBN: 9780521313063