Odd medical cures
Would you believe bee's venom could help you feel better? How about a candle in your ear, or a string running through your nostrils? People have used all sorts of kooky remedies to fight pain and illness. Some work. Others, not so much. Find out more about odd medical cures of past and present!
|Grouped Work ID||2b032fd0-5bd6-f6f1-1b35-ae6bbfd737e6|
|Grouping Title||odd medical cures|
|Grouping Author||rosen michael j|
|Last Grouping Update||2017-12-19 00:13:54AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-10-21 00:36:06AM|
Sandy, J. P,
|author||Rosen, Michael J., 1954-|
Sandy, J. P,illustrator.
|author_display||Rosen, Michael J|
|detailed_location_school||Hillwood High - Teen Non-Fiction|
|display_description||Spotlights an assortment of unusual or disgusting medical cures, from maggot therapy to nostril flossing. Details the ways in which each remedy is supposed to work and includes color photographs, a glossary, and further reading sources.|
|title_display||Odd medical cures|
|title_full||Odd medical cures / by Michael J. Rosen and Ben Kassoy ; illustrated by Pat Sandy|
|title_short||Odd medical cures|