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    Body by Darwin (KINDLE) Every chapter of this book is filled with nuggets of wisdom Taylor looks for an evolutionary angle to enlighten us on the causes of some of the most critical ailments that plague the human body He starts with the well known fact that humans are comprised of 90% microbes and only 10% cells Nevertheless the history of medicine has focused mainly on understanding the functioning and dysfunction of our organs In the first chapter T

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    Body by Darwin (KINDLE) This is an excellent book summarizing current states of research on a number of medical problems we all face including miscarriages loss of sight eg macular degeneration increased auto immune diseases including allergies arthritis Crohn's disease; Alzheimer's; cancer Because Taylor was producer and director of BBC Science Division he has had extensive experience in presenting complex information to the public; this book though thorough in

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    Body by Darwin (KINDLE) This book was fine but not as strong on the evolution front as I had hoped He didn't even really discuss the issue of nat

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