Health and Population in South Asia: From Earliest Times to the Present

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Permanent Black, 2001 - Health survey - 178 pages
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This Book Closely Looks At The Various Aspects Of The Population Of South Asia Over The Past Twenty-Five Centuries With Special Focus On Specific Aspects Of The Interaction Between Demography, Climate, Health, Medicine And Culture. It Also Includes A Compact Survey Of The Evolution Of Environmental Hygiene In India Through The Twentieth Century.

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