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Health, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, medicine, surgery, and nursing textbooks will likely be at your side throughout your medical studies, and you’ll be reading through countless scientific papers, but you might want to read something beforehand that gives you insight into the world of medicine in practice – whether that’s research, at the clinic or in the operating room.  The most featured and reviewed on book Nutrition & Biochemistry for Nurses by Jacob Anthikad PDF is available for grabs now here on our website free for students and professionals sole purpose of teaching and education. It has been boasted and proven with thousands of user reviews that it has all the information to make you one of the highly qualified professionals in the world of medicine and its branches. Without a doubt a masterpiece for those who aspire to be doctors or heal those they find in ailment. It is a must read again and again for everyone that can get their hands on this limited edition book.

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o hazelwood
 not enough info

November 9, 2013

it gave brief information. I wanted a little more info. As a nursing student I was looking for something that was more in depth this book just had basic info.
Paul Solli
 Narcissistic and tedious.

November 5, 2018

Listen to his TED talk and save yourself the cost of this book and the environment the cost of the tree used to make it and the fossil fuel used to send it to you. The author is a complete narcissist and insulting in his tone. Every few pages has a paragraph that begins something along the lines of “Not long ago I was invited to the five-star Balmoral Hotel in Edinborough to present to a gathering of capital managers and their wealthiest clients”, or “At the end of my opening lecture in my 1998 course in global health…”, or “I was lecturing at Karolinska Institutet…”, or “There I had spent two days using my hands to diagnose hundreds of patients with a terrible, un-explained disease [MUST HAVE BEEN A VERY BUSY TWO DAYS!]…”, or “The first time I lectured to the staff of the world bank, I told them [AND IF I’M LECTURING THE WORLD BANK, THEN I MUST BE REALLY SMART AND HAVE REALLY IMPORTANT STUFF TO SAY!]…”
After reading this tedious book that could be summarized in a couple of charts, or 17” TED talk, I think if I were seated next to Hans Rosling on an airplane [FIRST CLASS, OF COURSE!], I’d be searching for an empty seat in tourist class, next to the bathrooms. Or a parachute. Or maybe just jump.
Gavin and Alice
 Everyone should read this.

April 5, 2018

I bought this book after seeing Bill Gates recommendation, and I have been really enjoying it. It goes a long way towards explaining human cognitive behavior in the face of today’s “us vs. them” social media environment, as well as more historical cases where people just have a really hard time accepting the fact that things are almost always better than they think they are, and the extremes are much rarer than most people would guess.

It ought to be required reading at the high school level IMHO.

It’s very well written and readable (the author is famous for his Ted talks on the subject). He really wants to help everyone understand and learn how to better evaluate what they hear about the world.

A couple notes: you can download a whole chapter of the book from Bill Gates web site if you want to read more of it in advance. The Kindle version is currently broken on some devices (at least my Chromebook running the Android Kindle app) where it won’t render any page contents properly unless you tap to zoom out to the page browsing mode where it does look correct.

AutonomeusTop Contributor: Classic Rock
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 Great book with one huge flaw

January 2, 2019

If you’ve seen Hans Rosling’s dynamic TED talks, you will not be too surprised by what’s in this book. And you will easily do better than the chimps, and pass his 13-question test! Unfortunately Hans is no longer with us — he died of pancreatic cancer in 2017 with this book mostly done, co-authored with his son and daughter-in-law.

Rosling was a Swedish M.D. who spent years in Africa, turned to public health, and became a tireless educator, teaching the world about public health statistics. The basic premise of the book is that health and life expectancy have dramatically improved throughout the world, so that it no longer fits the facts to talk about a gap between the rich and the poor in the world — most people are now in the middle. The chapters are organized by pervasive misperceptions which Rosling corrects with the statistical facts.

“Factfulness” is incredibly well-written, with lots of good graphics, though nothing compared to the moving, color charts in the TED talks! The content is tremendously important.

I almost hate to mention it, because Rosling’s work is so important in humanitarian terms. But it has a huge flaw, and that is the environment. All the data he presents shows the amazing progress that has been made since the Industrial Revolution in improving the human condition. Tragically, that progress comes at the cost of the environment, which is being rapidly degraded as more and more people consume more and more resources.

Yes, Rosling is correct to point out that what he calls Level 4 — the richest part of the world — has much higher per capita CO2 emissions than the other three levels. But if by 2100 we have 11 billion people, and the standard of living continues to rise, not only are we likely to face climate catastrophe, but the systemic collapse of the ecosystem.

It’s not that any of the data Rosling presents is wrong — it’s just that the trend is unsustainable, and he does not present the alarming data on the degradation of the biosphere (the planetary ecosystem). Therefore I can’t share the book’s optimism. A truly factful look at the relationship of human society with the ecosystem leads to only one conclusion — radical change is necessary yesterday in order for future generations of humans and other living beings to have a chance to live happy lives.

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