Mixed Signals: Chemical Messengers in the New Age
Hugh Crone Publishing, 2001 - 152 σελίδες
Text of medical and New Age theory. Examines the body's chemical messengers and how they respond to stress, and the relationships between science, medicine and religion. Author is a scientific researcher who has a degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University. He has written two previous books, 'Chemicals and Society' and 'Banning Chemical Weapons'.
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the Black Tunnel and the
Chemicals as we know them and How they
This Uncertain World
Stress and its Messengers
Religion and Other Opiums
action activity adrenaline Agent alcohol alternative animal anxiety arts associated Aum Shinrikyo balance become beliefs blood body brain Bridge caffeine cause CHAPTER chemical messengers complex concept consequences definition developed discussion disease dose drugs effects electrical environment evidence examination example existence experience exposure fact factors feeling Figure function given glucose groups heart herbal hormones human increasing individual influence interpretation knowledge lead less living material matter mean mechanisms medicine mind natural nerve nervous system normal observations occurring organs original patient person physical plants poisons population possible practice preparation present problems pyramidology question reality reason reduce release religion response result risk signals similar situation social society specific stress synthetic Table THEME topic toxic transmitters uncertainty understanding University various veterans