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Slave child mortality: some nutritional answers to a perennial puzzle.
A movable feast : ten millennia of food globalization
Preface: a movable feast: ten millennia of food globalization Introduction: from foraging to farming 1. Last hunters, first farmers 2. Building the barnyard 3. Promiscuous plants of the northernExpand
The Caribbean Slave: A Biological History
List of tables Preface Acknowledgments Part I. Background and Biology: Introduction 1. The peoples and their pathogens 2. West African diet and disease 3. The parameters of West African survival PartExpand
The Cambridge world history of human disease
Part I. Medicine and Disease: An Overview: Part II. Changing Concepts of Health and Disease: Part III. Medical Specialities and Disease Prevention: Part IV. Measuring Health: Part V. The History ofExpand
Cambridge World History of Food
Part I. Determining What Our Ancestors Ate Part II. Staple Foods Part III. Dietary Liquids Part IV. The Nutrients - Deficiencies and Surfeits Part V. Food and drink around the world Part VI. History,Expand
Epidemics and ideas: essays on the historical perception of pestilence
  • K. Kiple
  • Computer Science
  • Medical History
  • 1 April 1993
The bubbling delight of Young's essays derives from the veneer of seriousness with which he treats topics that would be farcical, had they not jeopardized the health and lives of millions and involved some of the longest-running and most money-spinning con-tricks in history. Expand
The Treponematoses
  • K. Kiple
  • Medicine
  • The Indian medical gazette
  • 1 November 1950