6 edition of Derechos humanos y su defensa ante la justicia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
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For example, Hassan explores and contests some of the previous statements about the avoidance of sun exposure by pointing out that much contemporary literature cerechos the nineteenth century expounded the health-giving benefits of coastal sunshine.
However, there were too few Indians to sustain a viable town and this experiment was subsequently dissolved and the land distributed to the remaining Indians and settlers. Tradesmen, vaqueros and some others prosper but most become field hands or servants.
He argued that the medicalization in recent decades of so many of life's vicissitudes-birth and death, for example-frequently caused more harm than good and rendered many people in effect lifelong patients. He marshalled a body of statistics to show what he considered the shocking extent of post-operative side-effects and drug-induced illness in advanced industrial society.
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However, Semmelweis' findings were not appreciated by his contemporaries and handwashing came into use only with discoveries by British surgeon Joseph Lister, who in 1865 proved the principles of antisepsis.
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These physicians, who could be either male or female, also dressed wounds, set limbs, and performed simple surgeries.
For the Hispanic nate of 19th century New Mexico, weaving was an important part of everyday life. Featured are thirty-seven of the Museum's most notable examples of Hispanic weavings including jergas, colchas and frazadas.
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