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Saturday, March 01, 2008

Horrible Science: Measly Medicine [Kids audiobook educational!]



I made it finally...
the second installment of the kids science stuff!
Not much response to thisbut who cares...I love it!
and there were some requests for this part so, just for you people this is then...

Nicked from amazon details:
Synopsis
This is a romp through the history of healthcare, hosted by the inimitable Dr Grimgrave. It includes chapters on ancient medicine - Stone Age trepanning, Chinese medicine, Romans, Greeks: the dodgy diagnostics of the Middle Ages; the bloody operations before anaesthetics and hygiene were implemented; Florence Nightingale's nursing revolution and development of public; health; Life-saving surgery available today, including plastic surgery and transplants; and modern miracles - new drugs and treatment.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Rob said...

thanks....

3/02/2008 01:10:00 am  
Anonymous yesyesyes said...

Yeah - knowledge is power !

3/08/2008 04:19:00 am  
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