Melvil Decimal System: 615.925
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Agriculture & Animal Husbandry
Handicraft and Occupations
Pathology; Diseases; Treatment
Gynecology and Pediatrics
Comparative Medicine; Veteraniary
Materia medica; Drugs; Pharmacology
Therapeutics; Action of medicines in general
Administration of medicines
Medicines grouped by effects
Works under MDS 615.925
- The Fluoride Deception by Christopher Bryson
- It's All in Your Head: The Link Between Mercury Amalgams and Illness by Hal A. Huggins
- Uninformed Consent : The Hidden Dangers in Dental Care by Hal A. Huggins
- Amalgam Illness, Diagnosis and Treatment : What You Can Do to Get Better, How Your Doctor Can Help by Andrew Hall Cutler, Ph.D.
- Diagnosis: Mercury: Money, Politics, and Poison by Dr. Jane M. Hightower M.D.
- King of Poisons: A History of Arsenic by John Parascandola
- Handbook on the Toxicology of Metals, Third Edition by Bruce A. Fowler
- Venomous Earth: How Arsenic Caused The World's Worst Mass Poisoning by Andrew Meharg
- Is Arsenic an Aphrodisiac?: The Sociochemistry of an Element by William R. Cullen
- Toxic Truth: A Scientist, a Doctor, and the Battle over Lead by Lydia Denworth
- Rowing the Eternal Sea: The Story of a Minamata Fisherman (Asian Voices) by Keibō Ōiwa
- Mercury Poisoning: The Undiagnosed Epidemic by David Hammond
- Minamata: Pollution and the Struggle for Democracy in Postwar Japan (Harvard East Asian Monographs) by Timothy S. George
- Quicksilver: A History of the Use, Lore and Effects of Mercury by Richard M. Swiderski
- Metal Ions in Toxicology: Effects, Interactions, Interdependencies (Metal Ions in Life Sciences) by Astrid Sigel
- Toxic Effects of Mercury by Shabnum Nabi
- Biological monitoring of toxic metals by Thomas W. Clarkson
- Asbestos and Disease (Environmental sciences) by Irving J. Selikoff
- Aluminium toxicity in infants' health and disease by Paolo Zatta
- Arsenic Poisoning - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by James N. Parker
- Toxicology of cyanides and cyanogens : experimental, applied and clinical aspects by Alan H. Hall
- Getting the Lead Out: The Complete Resource for Preventing and Coping with Lead Poisoning by Irene Kessel
- Arsenic is Everywhere: Cause for Concern? by William R. Cullen
- Handbook of Arsenic Toxicology by florasjs
- Instrumental Methods in Metal Ion Speciation (Chromatographic Science Series) by Imran Ali
- Zinc by International Program On Chemical Safety
- Lead Poisoning - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by James N. Parker
- Selenium (Atmospheric and Water Pollutants : Impact on Environmental Quality and Health) by National Research Council
- Cadmium : 3rd IUPAC Cadmium Workshop, Juelich, FRG, August 1985 by M. Stoeppler
- The carcinogenicity of metals : human risk through occupational and environmental exposure by A. B. G. Lansdown
- A struggle with titans by George L. Waldbott
- Heavy metals and health by Lance Castillo
- Lead Babies: Breaking the Cycle of Learning Disabilities, Declining IQ, ADHD, Behavior Problems, and Autism by Joanna Cerazy MEd
- Neurotoxicity of metals by Michael Aschner
- Lead Poisoning in Childhood by Siegfried M. Pueschel
- Metal toxicology by Robert Goyer
- The mercury fillings compilation the mercury solution by Angela Kilmartin
- Transition metal toxicity by G. W. Richter
- Child exposure to elemental mercury by Riitta A. Rustoen
- Quaternary ammonium compounds : advances in research and application : ScholarlyBrief by Q. Ashton Action
- The Complete Guide to Mercury Toxicity from Dental Fillings by Joyal Taylor
- Arsenic in Drinking Water: 2001 Update by Subcommittee to Update the 1999 Arsenic in Drinkin
- Trimethyl Ammonium compounds : advances in research and application : ScholarlyBrief by Q. Ashton Acton
- Changing metal cycles and human health : report of the Dahlem Workshop on Changing Metal Cycles and Human Health, Berlin, 1983, March 20-25 by Jerome O. Nriagu
- Managing Health Effects of Beryllium Exposure by Committee on Beryllium Alloy Exposures
- Chronic mercury toxicity : new hope against an endemic disease by H. L. Queen
- Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects III by W.R. Chappell
- Asbestos : risk assessment, health implications, and impacts on the environment by Dean L. Simmons
- The toxicity of plutonium, americium, and curium : a report prepared under contract for the Commission of the European Communities within its research and development programme on plutonium recycling in light water reactors by J. C. Nenot
- Paradise in the Sea of Sorrow: Our Minamata Disease (Michigan Classics in Japanese Studies) by Michiko Ishimure
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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