Science, Life Sciences
Guide to Wellness Through Stretching
Change your range and improve mobility. Get ready to change your life! by Dale Deis and Ed Stiles
Stretching—you’ve probably heard of it. The fitness market is flooded with conflicting and confusing information about stretching. In The Guide to Wellness through Stretching, physiotherapist Dale Deis and physiologist Ed Stiles have taken a stiff, ...
Hawk Moths of Jamaica
by Thomas W. Turner and Vaughan A. Turland
Jamaica was initially one of a few locations in the New World where early collections of hawk moths were made by visiting naturalists including Sir Hans Sloane, Philip Gosse, and natural history illustrator Luke Robins. From this material several ...
Cells are Life
by Dr Larry C Fowke
All organisms on earth are composed of cells. They come in many shapes and sizes and are involved in a wide range of activities. Cells are the smallest structures that can divide independently (reproduce) and are therefore the smallest structures to ...
Linking Cognitive Phenomena to Neuron Activity by L. Andrew Coward
Brain Mechanisms: Linking Cognitive Phenomena to Neuron Activity shows how to understand higher cognition in terms of brain anatomy, physiology and chemistry. Natural selection pressures have resulted in all information processes in the brain being ...
An Ecologist's Lifetime of Adventures and Observations by Robert E. Wrigley
Ecologist, museum director and zoo curator Dr. Robert E. Wrigley takes readers on an ecological journey via 230 wildlife adventures and observations covering a period of seven decades. Join him as he relates exciting and sometimes humorous reallife ...
The One Who Stays All Winter by Norman Barichello
Gyrfalcons and humans have shared a remarkable relationship since prehistoric times. These extraordinary arctic falcons have been revered, coveted as an item of commerce, persecuted, and enjoyed as a spectacle of sport for at least ten thousand ...
Rediscovering the Immune System as an Integrated Organ
by Peter Bretscher
The mainstream view of the immune system is concerned with molecular and cellular details resulting in a picture of immense complexity. Many immunologists live with this complexity, hoping that a series of breakthroughs will eventually add up to a ...
The Human Body Instruction Manual
A Guide for Taking Care of a Typical Human by Michael Wright
This manual is provided when you purchase your first human from us at Human Inc. Humans are very fascinating creatures, but understanding what a human requires and how they function can be very strange. This manual is designed to help our species ...
Science and Spirituality... bridging the gap
by Kayume Baksh
This book provides a fascinating, well-researched, and thorough discussion of the connections between science and spirituality, including religion. It is eye-opening and allows readers to truly redefine how they look at these disciplines while ...
You're Amazing! (Starring You)
by Mark Pichora
Excuse me, dear friend, could I borrow your ear? I have a great story I think you should hear! This story is special. This story is true! This story is big. And it’s all about YOU! Have you ever wondered how your AMAZING body works, and how you’re ...