|Author||: Josepha Sherman|
|File Size||: 50,7 Mb|
|Publisher||: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc|
|Release Date||: 15 July 2016|
|Pages||: 50 pages|
The Fight Against Germs by Josepha Sherman Book PDF Summary
From the dawn of history, individuals and civilizations have battled disease. The struggle shifted once epidemiologists, medical professionals, and other specialists identified the microscopic organisms often to blame for much of humanity’s illnesses over time. This book examines both the history of battling disease and the ever-shifting frontlines of the modern struggle against germs, as well as possible future developments. From cutting-edge medical treatments to common-sense measures to prevent and address the insidious effects of germs (measures that have changed remarkably little through the centuries), this work documents how the fight against germs helps the human race to survive and thrive.