Includes bibliographical references (p. 413-465) and index.
|Other titles||Health and disease in Britain.|
|Statement||Charlotte Roberts & Margaret Cox.|
|Contributions||Cox, Margaret, 1950-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 476 p. :|
|Number of Pages||476|
This is the first book of its kind to combine successfully all available data in order to provide a complete reconstruction of health and disease patterns across an extensive period of British history. This unity of skeletal, archaeological, artistic and documentary evidence is made possible by an increased focus on a biocultural by: Synopsis This work traces the history of health and disease and the evidence for care and treatment through time in Britain using primary and secondary evidence. Chapters cover Palaeolithic times to the 20th century. Inevitably, the prehistoric period, because of the lack of skeletal material Author: Charlotte Roberts, Margaret Cox. The essays provide an accessible introduction to the subject, setting nineteenth and early twentieth-century medicine in its political, cultural, intellectual and economic ne transformed is complemented by a companion volume of primary and secondary readings: Health, disease and society in Europe, A source book. Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses migration, ethnicity, health, and disease with reference to Britain. Many black and Asian children have been born in Britain in the last 30 years, but there is little information in official statistics.
The book comes freighted with eye-popping data. For example, of the six million hectares of cultivatable land in Britain, only , hectares are used for fruit and vegetables. In Britain, experiment after experiment by doctors and hygiene professors reported next to no chance of contracting a disease from a book. The panic was coming to an : Joseph Hayes. Health and disease in Britain: from prehistory to the present day. Roberts, C. A. and Cox, M. () 'Health and disease in Britain: from prehistory to the present day.', Gloucester: Sutton Publishing. Get this from a library! Health & disease in Britain: from prehistory to the present day. [Charlotte A Roberts; Margaret Cox] -- "Taking into consideration many important factors that have influenced the patterns of health and disease in Britain, Charlotte Roberts and Margaret Cox take us on a fascinating journey through time.
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