Encyclopedia of Family Health - Vol. 16

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF
FAMILY HEALTH
THIRD EDITION

CONSULTANTS

David B. Jacoby, M.D.
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Robert M. Youngson, M.D.
Royal Society of Medicine

VOLUME 16

TAI CHI — TYPHUS

MARSHALL CAVENDISH
NEW YORK • LONDON • SINGAPORE

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Tai Chi 2165
  • Taste 2169
  • Tattooing 2172
  • Tay-Sachs Disease 2174
  • Teeth and Teething 2175
  • Telemedicine 2179
  • Temperature 2181
  • Tendons 2185
  • Tennis Elbow 2187
  • Tension 2188
  • Testes 2191
  • Testosterone 2195
  • Tetanus 2197
  • Tetracyclines 2199
  • Thalassemia 2200
  • Thalidomide 2202
  • Therapy 2205
  • Thermal Imaging 2207
  • Thirst 2209
  • Throat 2211
  • Thrombosis 2214
  • Thrush 2219
  • Thymus 2221
  • Thyroid 2223
  • Tinnitus 2227
  • Tiredness 2229
  • Tongue 2232
  • Tonsils 2235
  • Total Allergy Syndrome 2238
  • Touch 2239
  • Tourette's Syndrome 2243
  • Tourniquet 2245
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome 2247
  • Trace Elements 2249
  • Tracheostomy 2251
  • Traction 2253
  • Tranquilizers 2256
  • Transdermal Patch 2259
  • Transient Ischemic Attack 2261
  • Transplants 2263
  • Trauma Center 2267
  • Travel and Health 2270
  • Tremor 2274
  • Trichinosis 2276
  • Trichomoniasis 2278
  • Tropical Diseases 2280
  • Tubal Ligation 2286
  • Tuberculosis 2287
  • Tumors 2291
  • Twitches and Tics 2293
  • Typhoid and Paratyphoid 2295
  • Typhus 2299
  • Index 2302
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