The Odd Body I: Mysteries of Our Weird and Wonderful Bodies Explained

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HarperCollins Australia, Mar 1, 2011 - Science - 272 pages
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Mysteries of our weird and wonderful bodies explained. Always informative and entertaining, Dr Stephen Juan has assembled a huge collection of body facts, and some fallacies. With an eye for the intriguing and bizarre, from top to bottom, from your inside out, this book gives you the bare facts about your odd body.

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Dr Stephen Juan is an anthropologist and educator who is best known for his award-winning newspaper and magazine articles and for his TV and radio presentations. Dr Juan grew up in California and for more than 30 years has taught at the University of Sydney where he is the Ashley Montagu Fellow in the Faculty of Education and Social Work. This is the seventh book he has written published by HarperCollins Australia.

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