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Margaret Ramsey's memoir of her prodigious brother shows Frank Ramsey as clearly as if it were yesterday in the surroundings of his family, fellow scholars and friends. The life of an exceptional man is played out before our eyes.
MY GUARDIAN DEMON
My Guardian Demon tells the story of two remarkable artists. Separated by the Iron Curtain, their twenty-five year correspondence, occasionally censored, gives an intimate view of their unique bond.
Access Not Excess
The contributors to Access Not Excess explore a passage through the morass of malnutrition, a term now redefined to deal with both chronic hunger and the health consequences of excess consumption.
This new book by the author of Quest - The Essence of Humanity makes the case for science to be taken seriously. When a horse wears blinkers there can be a winning advantage. Straight to the finishing line without distraction. For mankind...
Energy and nitrogen requirements in disease states
This monograph is both a reference and a practical guide for estimating energy, nitrogen & substrate requirements in disease states. In citing around 700 references it is intended to give the reader guidance in a comprehensive spectrum of clinical states.
The paper begins by describing how the names 'protein malnutrition' and 'protein-energy malnutrition' (PEM) developed from the local name 'Kwashiorkor'. In the community mild-moderate PEM is defined by deficits in growth.
The Fellowship of Women
This book tells the story of the long and determined struggle for women doctors to be accepted into the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. It begins with Eleanor Davies-Colley who stood before the examiners in 1911...
The Obesity Culture
Obesity is a social problem not a disease, it cannot be solved by going down one single path. The authors argue it is a complex problem and one that requires cooperation in the communities with schools, colleges and universities playing a central part.
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