Deadly diseases

By: Arnold, Nick
Material type: TextTextSeries: Horrible sciencePublisher: New Delhi Scholastic Children's Books 2012Description: 160 pISBN: 9780439013680Subject(s): Diseases - Juvenile literatureDDC classification: 616 Summary: Deadly Diseases will leave you squirming for more! Are you dying to discover...which dedicated nurse drank diarrhea? how maggots can help get rid of germs? Why a scientist used eyeballs as food for bacteria? If you think you can stomach the sick side of Science, then read on to find out about all kinds of illnesses from the common cold to cruel cholera, why ancient doctors thought nasty pongs caused disease and what happens to your body when it comes under attack. With fantastic fact files and curious quizzes, teacher tests and crazy cartoons, Deadly Diseases is crammed with info! Science has never been so horrible!. (http://www.scholastic.co.in/index.php/horrible-science-deadly-diseases.html?___SID=U)
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Deadly Diseases will leave you squirming for more! Are you dying to discover...which dedicated nurse drank diarrhea? how maggots can help get rid of germs? Why a scientist used eyeballs as food for bacteria? If you think you can stomach the sick side of Science, then read on to find out about all kinds of illnesses from the common cold to cruel cholera, why ancient doctors thought nasty pongs caused disease and what happens to your body when it comes under attack. With fantastic fact files and curious quizzes, teacher tests and crazy cartoons, Deadly Diseases is crammed with info! Science has never been so horrible!. (http://www.scholastic.co.in/index.php/horrible-science-deadly-diseases.html?___SID=U)

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