Don't Touch That Doorknob!: How Germs Can Zap You and How You Can Zap Back

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Grand Central Publishing, Sep 26, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 320 pages
In this eye-opening guide to invisible foes everywhere, a microbiologist and germ-fighting expert gives readers practical advice on how to lessen their risk of infection.
 

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Contents

Introduction
A Brief History of Germs
Chapter One
In Summary
Chapter Two
In Summary
Chapter Three
In Summary
Chapter Ten
In Summary
Chapter Eleven
In Summary
Chapter Twelve
In Summary
Chapter Thirteen
In Summary

Chapter Four
In Summary
Chapter Five
In Summary
Chapter Six
Nose Mouth and Throat
Teeth
Nose
Eyes
Ear
The Gastrointestinal Tract
In Summary
Chapter Seven
In Summary
Chapter Eight
In Summary
Chapter Nine
In Summary
Chapter Fourteen
In Summary
Chapter Fifteen
In Summary
Chapter Sixteen
In Summary
Chapter Seventeen
Botulism
Anthrax
Plague
In Summary
Chapter Eighteen
Special Thanks
Glossary
Resources
Word Wide Web Sites
Germs Are Everywhere
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About the author (2009)

Peter Caligari, Director of the Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology, University of Talca, Chile.

Jack Brown, Professor of Plant Breeding & Genetics, Department of Plant Soil and Entomological Sciences, University of Idaho, USA.

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