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The Secret Life of Viruses by Mariona Tolosa Sisteré

Title The Secret Life of Viruses
Author Mariona Tolosa Sisteré
Publisher Secret Life of
Release 2021-08-03
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781728239767
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The next book in The Secret Life of... series, The Secret Life of Viruses offers an engaging introduction to the science behind viruses, how they spread, and how our bodies fight them. Young readers will learn about what viruses are, how they reproduce and spread, how our bodies fight them, the history of viruses in the world and more. By teaching readers about the science behind this timely topic and offering context for practices like social distancing and mask-wearing, this book will help ease fears kids may have about the subject and empower them to take steps to keep themselves and others healthy!

The Secret Life of Viruses by Mariona Tolosa Sisteré

Title The Secret Life of Viruses
Author Mariona Tolosa Sisteré
Publisher Sourcebooks, Inc.
Release 2021-08-03
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 172823977X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The next book in The Secret Life of... series, The Secret Life of Viruses offers an engaging introduction to the science behind viruses, how they spread, and how our bodies fight them. Young readers will learn about what viruses are, how they reproduce and spread, how our bodies fight them, the history of viruses in the world and more. By teaching readers about the science behind this timely topic and offering context for practices like social distancing and mask-wearing, this book will help ease fears kids may have about the subject and empower them to take steps to keep themselves and others healthy!

The Secret Life of Viruses by Mariona Tolosa Sisteré

Title The Secret Life of Viruses
Author Mariona Tolosa Sisteré
Publisher
Release 2021
Category Diseases
Total Pages
ISBN 9781728239781
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

"Where do viruses come from? Why do they make us sick? And how can we prevent them from spreading? The Secret Life of Viruses is full of all the amazing and fascinating facts you should know about the millions of viruses all around us! Young readers will learn about how viruses spread, how our bodies fight them, the history of viruses in the world, and much more. By teaching readers about the science behind this timely topic and offering context for practices like social distancing and mask-wearing, this book will help ease kids' fears and empower them to take steps to keep themselves and others healthy"--

The Secret Life of Germs by Philip M. Tierno

Title The Secret Life of Germs
Author Philip M. Tierno
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2004-01-06
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 324
ISBN 9780743421881
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Examines the threats caused by an exploding level of germ infections, from the common cold to flesh-eating bacteria; offers ways to protect against infection; and discusses the media, germ warfare, and the importance of germs.

The Secret Life of Genes by Derek Harvey

Title The Secret Life of Genes
Author Derek Harvey
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2019-04-04
Category Science
Total Pages 192
ISBN 178840159X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Genes have a huge impact on who we are, from defining us as humans, to governing how we behave. Whether controlling our cells or creating new forms of life, discover how DNA makes each of us unique. In The Secret Life of Genes, you'll learn all about the past, present and future of the human genome. Filled with colourful, graphic illustrations to help you to understand the world of genetics, from the basics to the most complex theories, this book brings the inner workings of the human body to life. Derek Harvey answers the biggest questions, from the nature of inheritance, evolution and reproduction, to how genes are arranged and how DNA is read. Take a trip through the history of the world's DNA and unlock the future of the field.

The Secret Life of Corporations by Mark I. Sirkin PhD

Title The Secret Life of Corporations
Author Mark I. Sirkin PhD
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2020-03-12
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 274
ISBN 1491729252
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Secret Life of Fat by Sylvia Tara

Title The Secret Life of Fat
Author Sylvia Tara
Publisher Bonnier Publishing Ltd.
Release 2016-12-27
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1911274015
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

We lose it. We gain it. We hate it. We hide it. We shame it. We suck it in and we even suck it out. Fat is an international obsession, a dirty word and our least understood body part. A groundbreaking combination of historical, cultural and cutting-edge scientific research, The Secret Life of Fat reveals everything we need to understand fat: how it influences our appetite and willpower, how it defends itself when attacked and why it grows back so quickly. Find out how our genetics and hormones determine how much we fat we have and where exactly it will show. Fascinating and surprising in equal measure, this book will give you a powerful new understanding of your body. Sylvia Tara holds a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of California and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania. After noticing that she ate far less and exercised more than her friends, and yet couldn't lose as much weight, she began her research into the science of fat.

The Secret Life of Boogers by Mariona Tolosa Sisteré

Title The Secret Life of Boogers
Author Mariona Tolosa Sisteré
Publisher Sourcebooks Explore
Release 2020-09-15
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781728209555
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A delightfully disgusting and scientific look at boogers and how they can get us out of sticky situations! Snot might seem disgusting, but it's actually (s)not! In fact, it defends our bodies and keeps us healthy by trapping viruses and bacteria in its sticky web. Finally giving mucus the recognition it deserves, The Secret Life of Boogerspulls back the curtain and reveals snot as the superhero it really is. Readers both young and old will delight in this snarky look at the science of boogers while they learn about the countless important roles snot plays in our bodies.

The Secret Life of Word by Robert Delwood

Title The Secret Life of Word
Author Robert Delwood
Publisher XML Press
Release 2011-05-15
Category Computers
Total Pages 274
ISBN 1457182300
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Secret Life of Word looks at Microsoft Word from the perspective of technical and other professional writers. It gives writers an in-depth look at the hidden capabilities of Word, and shows how to take advantage of those capabilities without being a programmer. The Secret Life of Word will help you master the full gamut of Word mysteries, including AutoCorrect, QuickParts, BuildingBlocks, macros, Smart Tags, program-less VBA programming, and much more. There's something here for everyone who uses Microsoft Word, from new users to experts. Inside the Book Preface Introduction to Word Automation Creating Macros Find and Replace Fields, Form Fields, and Content Controls AutoCorrect and AutoText/Building Blocks Smart Tags Exchanging Data Code Samples Automation Related Topics Glossary, Bibliography, and Index

The Secret Life of Chemicals by Alfred Poulos

Title The Secret Life of Chemicals
Author Alfred Poulos
Publisher Springer Nature
Release 2022-01-01
Category Science
Total Pages 241
ISBN 3030803384
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book provides extensive information on the chemicals that inhabit our environment, our food, our water and our air and the impact that they may be having on human health. The author is a medical scientist, with training in the law. The book documents current understanding about pesticides in food, the plastics revolution, toxic metals, air, water and electronic waste pollutants, chemical exposure in the workplace, radiation pollutants, chemical exposure and hearing loss, how our bodies deal with chemicals, genetic variability and the risk of disease, the effect of chemicals on genes, mitochondria and the immune system and what we can do about it all. Industrialisation has resulted in many thousands of chemicals, which are being continuously developed and often escaping from where they are used into our human environment, without us really knowing enough about them. In high dosages or with continuous small dosage, the evidence suggests, that many of them could interfere with human health and some of them are known to be doing so. But for the vast majority, we are left wondering whether some could be responsible for some diseases the causes of which are inadequately understood. Every chapter is thoroughly reinforced with several pages of references from the peer-reviewed literature.