4 edition of Disease, ecology, and health found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Rais Akhtar and Yola Verhasselt.|
|Contributions||Akhtar, Rais, 1946-, Verhasselt, Yola.|
|LC Classifications||RC961 .D55 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 314 p. :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||91900612|
A tour de force. Price-Smith's provocative book clarifies the centrality of health issues to national and international security. Carefully researched and well-written, this study analyzes the complex interactions between war, ecology, political economy, and disease. This Companion provides a comprehensive account of health and medical geography and approaches the major themes and key topics from a variety of angles.. Offers a unique breadth of topics relating to both health and medical geography; Includes contributions from a range of scholars from rising stars to established, internationally renowned authors.
“The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity” offers a road map for getting candidiasis under control. If you are Lyme patient being treated with long-term antibiotics, you may already know about candidiasis. The leading text in the field, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to geographic approaches to studying disease and promoting health. It presents cutting-edge techniques of spatial and social analysis and explores their relevance for understanding cultural and political ecology, disease systems, and public health issues across the globe.
The book examines the influence of environmental, demographic and socio-economic changes on the nature and context of cholera and bacillary dysentery. It provides a detailed background to the two diseases based on their ecology and contemporary status in human communities together with analysis of extensive primary field data centered on three Cited by: This controversial book is a comprehensive, synthetic review of research on the ecology of Lyme disease in North America. It describes how humans get sick, why Price Range: £ - £
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Disease ecology is a rapidly developing subdiscipline of ecology concerned with how species interactions and abiotic components of the environment affect patterns and processes of disease.
To date, disease ecology has focused largely on infectious disease. Disease Ecology Disease exciting advances in theoretical and empirical research towards understanding the importance of community structure in the emergence of infectious diseases.
The chapters in this book illustrate aspects of community ecology that influence pathogen transmission rates and disease dynamics in a wide variety of study systems.5/5(1). Disease ecology The interaction of the behavior and ecology of hosts with the biology and health book pathogens, as it relates to the impact of diseases on populations.
Threshold theorem For a disease to spread, on average it must be successfully transmitted to a new host Disease its current host dies or recovers. This observation lies at the core of the most. from book Incorporating Ecology and Natural health, at least in some disease systems.
we stress that progress on understanding the effects of nutrients on disease ecology requires a. About the Book. Human health is shaped by Disease interactions between social and ecological systems. In States of Disease, Brian King advances a social ecology of health and health book to demonstrate how historical spatial formations contribute to contemporary vulnerabilities to disease and the opportunities for health examines how expanded access to antiretroviral therapy is.
ecology sum, this book is an excellent reference and very insightful review of the history and co-epidemiology of Lyme disease. Focused more on the ecology than the epidemiology of Lyme disease and other emerging zoonoses, it will surely provide useful background and new ideas to those interested in wildlife, vectorborne, and zoonotic diseases 4/5(15).
Social Ecology of Infectious Diseases explores how human activities enable microbes to disseminate and evolve, thereby creating favorable conditions for the diverse manifestations of communicable diseases.
Today, infectious and parasitic diseases cause about one-third of deaths and are the second leading cause of morbidity and mortality. HUMAN DISEASE AND HEALTH. The human body is an amazing machine.
Has the ability to repair itself, to fight off attacking microorganisms and adapt to a variety of situations.; Often time microorganisms enter the body and attempt to infect the body causing a disease.
A disease is a condition where an organism experiences impaired function often with detrimental symptoms. This book will, I hope, be a first step toward a new synthesis of 2 seemingly distant but intimately related fields of inquiry, and at the very least represents an intriguing compendium of well-developed case studies of the complexities of disease : A.
Townsend Peterson. Disease Ecology: Community Structure and Pathogen Dynamics Disease Ecology highlights exciting advances in theoretical and empirical research towards understanding the importance of community structure in the emergence of infectious diseases.
Medical books Disease Ecology. The chapters in this book illustrate aspects of community ecology that influence pathogen transmission. The health of ecology refers to ecosystem health—an extension of the concept of health to the ecosystem level.
Health is reflected in the absence of distress syndrome, and by productivity. Disease Ecology highlights exciting advances in theoretical and empirical research towards understanding the importance of community structure in the emergence of infectious diseases.
The chapters in this book illustrate aspects of community ecology that influence pathogen transmission rates and disease dynamics in a wide variety of study systems.
Human Intestinal Microflora in Health and Disease deals with human indigenous intestinal flora, the vast assemblage of microorganisms that reside in the intestinal tract. It contains information on the composition of the flora, its development, metabolic activities, importance to the host, and the consequences of upsetting its ecology.
For Environmental Health Students Introduction to Ecology Worku Legesse,Ph.D. Teklu Mulugeta, Aragaw Ambelu, Jimma University In collaboration with the Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative, The Carter Center, the Ethiopia Ministry of Health, and the Ethiopia Ministry of Education November File Size: KB.
Health, Ecology and the Human Spirit. Author: Bill Tara; Publisher: Xlibris Corporation ISBN: Category: Health & Fitness Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times This book takes a radical look at why wealthiest society in history is producing a culture where degenerative disease, emotional stress and social discord are the norm.
This chapter considers means to increase communication and understanding between practitioners of infectious disease ecology (IDE) and mainstream public and veterinary health practitioners (PVHP).
Successful integration of the remarkable achievements and advances in IDE into standard health practice would improve human, animal, and ecosystem. This textbook provides a comprehensive overview on the complex functions of the human gut flora and common diseases associated to the gut microbiome.
Each chapter contains boxes discussing controversies and background information. State of the art techniques in. Teaching disease ecology to expose the medical professionals of the future to One Health. Krisztian Magori explains how he used a disease ecology capstone class to expose the medical professionals of the future to the concepts and topics of disease ecology and One Health including relevant student research projects.
Traditional infectious disease biologists have provided us with considerable understanding of the pathology of disease, and how to mitigate its effects on directly afflicted individuals and populations.
However, if this knowledge is not integrated with ecology, it cannot help us to anticipate infectious disease outbreaks, or to measure their indirect effects on the wider ecological : Dan Haydon.
The Connections Between Ecology and Infectious Disease, edited by Christon J Hurst, addresses various scientific and sociocultural issues related to the strong interconnections that exist between the scientific field of ecology and human, animal, and plant pathogen transmission and spread.
The book gives state-of-the-art summaries for a range of disciplines, posing new problems and stimulating Author: Jean-François Guégan. There are now some university departments specializing in disease ecology, but infectious disease ecology, especially, is still an emerging field.
Many established disease ecologists earned their PhDs in fields such as microbiology, ecology, entomology, or zoology, and some are veterinarians.Microbial Ecology in States of Health and Disease: Microbial Ecology in States of Health and Disease is the summary of a workshop convened by the Institute of Medicine's Forum on Microbial Threats in March to explore the scientific and therapeutic implications of microbial ecology in states of health and disease.
Participants explored.The conclusions, findings, and opinions expressed by authors contributing to this journal do not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Public Health Service, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the authors' affiliated institutions.