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REF 610 HOM The Canadian Medical Association home medical encyclopedia. New York : Random House, c1989.

REF 610 WOR World of health. Detroit, MI : Gale Group, c2000. An alphabetical collection of articles on health and medical topics, theories, discoveries, concepts, and the people behind them.

REF 610 YOU You and your health. Review and Herald Publishing.

REF 610 .3 NEW The New complete medical and health encyclopedia.

REF 616 GRI Griffith, H. Winter. Complete guide to symptoms, illness & surgery. Body Press.

REF 616 HUM Human diseases and conditions. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, c2000.

REF 616 .02 MER Merck manual of medical information. Home ed. Whitehouse Station, N.J. : Merck Research Laboratories, 1997. Provides information about the causes, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of a variety of human diseases and disorders, organized within twenty-four subject categories, including drugs, heart and blood vessels, mental health, nutrition and metabolism, and accidents and injuries.

REF 616 .02 NEW The New illustrated medical encyclopedia for home use : a one-volume practical guide to good health. Enl. and rev. 8th ed. New York : Abrams, 1982.

610 MED Magill's Medical Guide - Health and Illness. Medical Guide.

610 MUL Mulcahy, Robert. Medical technology: inventing the instruments.

611 WHE Craigmyle, M. B. L. (Marshall Buchanan Lang). A colour atlas of histology. London : Wolfe Medical, 1975.

616 REA Reader's Digest guide to medical cures & treatments.

616.07 NAD Nadler, Spencer. The language of cells : life as seen under the microscope. 1st ed. New York : Random House, c2001. A surgical pathologist profiles individuals with cancer,Alzheimer's disease, sickle cell disease, and other illnesses, describing the actual lives of the people behind the cells he studies.

616.1 Gre Gregson, Susan R. Heart disease. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters,2000. This book defines various types of heart disease and discusses how doctors diagnose and treat heart disease.

616.1 Gre Gregson, Susan R. High blood pressure. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 2001. This book defines hypertension and why teens should care about it; explores the role of the circulatory system, as well as some causes and risks of high blood pressure; and discusses diagnosis and treatment and how teens can lead a heart-healthy lifestyle.

616.1 JOH Johansson, Philip. Heart disease. Describes the workings of the heart and the circulatory system and the array of ailments that can affect them, discussing symptoms, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.

616.2 Pea Peacock, Judith. Asthma. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 1999. This book describes the causes, symptoms, diagnosis,complications, and treatment of various types of asthma.

616.3 Mon Monroe, Judy. Cystic fibrosis. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters,2001. This book discusses what cystic fibrosis is, how it is diagnosed, possible future treatments, and strategies for coping with the condition.

616.4 KEL Kelly, Pat. Coping with diabetes. Discusses the types and causes of diabetes, how the disease is diagnosed and treated, and ways of managing this condition and its impact on your life.

616.4 Pea Peacock, Judith. Diabetes. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 1999. This book discusses the nature, types, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, control, and complications of diabetes.

616.8 CAR Carson, Mary Kay. Epilepsy. Explores the topic of epilepsy,discussing its history, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and possible ways to prevent some forms of the disease.

616.8 DRA Draper, Allison Stark. Polio. 1st. 2000 : Rosen Publishing Group. Includes a history of polio, treatment, prevention, and web sites for further information.

616.8 Pea Peacock, Judith. Cerebral palsy. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 1999. This book discusses the causes, diagnosis, symptoms,and treatment of cerebral palsy, as well as current research and possible ways of preventing this disorder.

616.8 Pea Peacock, Judith. Epilepsy. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 1999. This book discusses types of epilepsy, causes, living with epilepsy, controlling seizures, current research, and more.

616.9 CEF Cefrey, Holly. Aids. 1st. 2000 : Rosen Publishing Group. Includes how HIV causes Aids, the history of Aids, the world epidemic of Aids, treatment, research and prevention. A list of web sites is included at the back of the book.

616.9 HAY Hayhurst, Chris. Cholera. 1st. 2000 : Rosen Publishing Group. Includes the history of cholera, current research, and cures. A web site list is at back of the book.

616.9 ISL Isle, Mick. Malaria. 1st. 2000 : Rosen Publishing Group. Includes the origins of malaria, the way it works, prevention, treatment and modern times outlook.

616.9 MET Metos, Thomas H. Communicable disease. F. Watts.

616.9 Mon Monroe, Judy. Lyme disease. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 2000.This book explains what Lyme disease is, what its symptoms are, and how it is spread.

616.9 Mon Monroe, Judy. Influenza and other viruses. Mankato, Minn. :LifeMatters, 2001. This book explains what viruses are, how they cause disease, and how they are spread and discusses how the body works to fight viral illnesses.

616.9 Pea Peacock, Judith. Juvenile arthritis. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 1999. This book discusses the types of arthritis, the treatment and complications of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, and research related to this disease.

616.9 RAM Ramen, Fred. Tuberculosis. 1 st. 2000 : Rosen Publishing Group. The white plague, tuberculosis in history,treatments and prevention.

616.9 RID Ridgway, Tom. Smallpox. 1st. 2000 : Rosen Publishing Group. How smallpox spreads, causes, treatment.

616.9 VEG Veggeberg, Scott. Lyme disease. Explores the history of Lyme disease and discusses its sypmptoms, diagnosis, prevention,and treatment.

616.97 Ged Gedatus, Gustav Mark. HIV and AIDS. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 1999. This book discusses the history of AIDS,its causes, stages, diagnosis, treatments, and related research.

616.97 Mon Monroe, Judy. Allergies. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 2000. This book describes allergies and methods doctors use to diagnose, treat, and control allergies.

616.99 Pea Peacock, Judith. Leukemia. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 1999. This book discusses the disease, its diagnosis and treatments, and related research.

616.99 Pea Peacock, Judith. Breast cancer. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 2001. This book discusses breast cancer detection, diagnosis, and treatment and provides information on coping with a mother who has breast cancer.

616.99 Pea Peacock, Judith. Hodgkin's disease. Mankato, Minn. : LifeMatters, 2001. This book discusses what Hodgkin's disease is, how it is diagnosed, possible future treatments, and strategies for coping with the disease.

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