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Download The Body Electric PDF: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life by Robert O. Becker & Gary Selden published on 22nd July 1998. The Body Electric recounts to the entrancing story of our bioelectric selves. Robert O. Becker, a pioneer in the field of the recovery and its relationship to electrical flows in living things, challenges the set up robotic comprehension of the body. This book investigates new pathways in our comprehension of development, needle therapy, clairvoyant wonders, and recuperating.
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    About the Authors:

    Robert Otto Becker (born on May 31, 1923) was a U.S. orthopedic specialist and analyst in electrophysiology/electromedicine. He worked basically as a teacher at Upstate Medical Center at State University of New York, Syracuse, and as Director of Orthopedic Surgery at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse, New York. However, Becker was known for his work in bioelectricity and driving the early restriction to high-voltage electrical cables. He has been named as one of the most compelling figures in the territory of hostile to EMF activism.
    Gary Selden is an essayist who spends significant time in logical themes.

    Inside this book:

    The Promise of the art
    I remember how it was before penicillin. I was a medical student at the end of World War II before the drug became widely available for civilian use, and I watched the wards at New York’s Bellevue Hospital fill to overflowing each winter. However, A veritable Byzantine city unto itself, Bellevue sprawled over four city blocks, its smelly, antiquated buildings jammed together at odd angles and interconnected by a rabbit warren of underground tunnels.
    In wartime New York, swollen with workers, sailors, soldiers, drunks, refugees, and their diseases from all over the world, it was perhaps the place to get an all-inclusive medical education. Bellevue’s charter decreed that, no matter how full it was, every patient who needed hospitalization had to be admitted. Award was closed only when it was physically impossible to get another bed out of the elevator.
    However, Most of these patients had lobar (pneumococcal) pneumonia. However, It didn’t take long to develop; the bacteria multiplied unchecked, spilling over from the lungs into the bloodstream, and within three to five days of the first symptom the crisis came. The fever rose to 104 or 105 degrees Fahrenheit and delirium set in. Although sulfa drugs often were effective against the milder pneumonia, the outcome in severe lobar pneumonia still depended solely on the struggle between the infection and the patient’s resistance.
    A disease with a mortality rate near 50 percent, that killed almost a hundred thousand Americans each year, that struck rich as well as poor and young as well as old, and against which we’d had no defense, could suddenly be cured without fail in a few hours by a pinch of white powder. Most doctors who have graduated since 1950 have never even seen pneumococcal pneumonia in crisis.

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    • Book Name: The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life
    • Authors: Robert O. Becker & Gary Selden
    • Language: English
    • Status: Available
    • Number of Pages: 334 Pages
    • Download Format: PDF

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