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  1. This2012 updated reprintofHelping Health Workers Learnensures that the book continues to be an accurate companion toWhere There Is No Doctor, with updated references, new contact information for recommended organizations and materials, and changes to some of the appropriate technologies. All...
  2. 1976-01-19 The underlying philosophy of the New Encyclopedia of Common Diseases is 'natural is best." This means that when there is solid scientific evidence that drugless, non-surgical treatments have proven effective, they are emphasized.
  3. The Medicine Show is a bookful of down-to-earth, needed information. Most chapters are drawn from material published over the years in Consumer Reports. The book concludes on a note of particular helpfulness, with counsel on choosing both a doctor and a hospital, and with some basic facts about...
  4. Village Medical Manual is a two-volume guide to health care in developing countries where expert medical care can be hard to find. Its intended use is by those who are required, by location and circumstances, to render medical care for which they are not professionally trained. Reader-friendly...