Life's Challenges

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Open University Worldwide, 2004 - Health - 176 pages
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This book examines the variation between individuals and their responses to certain challenges from the environment. It considers the sources of this variation by using obesity as a case study, it explores variation in sleep patterns; and then studies stress and how stress links with several of the body systems. The book ends with an analysis of fertility. It investigates causes of infertility and methods of treatments, as well as explaining how hormones can be manipulated to provide contraception.

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