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Health in the tropics, or, Sanitary art applied to Europeans in India.

W. J. Moore

Health in the tropics, or, Sanitary art applied to Europeans in India.

by W. J. Moore

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Published by John Churchill in London .
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Health risks and the quality of medical facilities vary depending on where and how you travel in Thailand. The majority of cities and popular tourist areas have adequate, and even excellent, medical care. However, travel to remote rural areas can expose you to some health risks and less adequate medical care. "In Death by Migration, Philip D. Curtin provides yet another major contribution to historical knowledge. By analyzing the mortality rates and causes of death of British and French troops moving into tropical areas over the course of the nineteenth century, he has convincingly demonstrated the contribution of improvements in hygiene and Cited by:

  The tropics were teeming with diseases, detrimental to the health of Anglo-European administrators. Mosquitoes, it seemed, were far more insurgent than colonial : Amitangshu Acharya.   As Michel Foucault noted, these new diseases led to a corresponding shift in the modes of epidemic control—from the exclusion of infected bodies to the management of risk in the population as a whole. 7 The fear of cholera in Europe and North America led to the reorganization of the city as a means of controlling individual health. Sanitary.

They have been drawn together in the book by Preston, T.R. & Leng, R.A. () Matching ruminant production Systems with available Resources in the Tropics and Sub-tropics. Since that publication, a new synthesis that emphasises the nutrition of animals fed poor quality forages in the tropics has revealed important ways forward for improving. Images of the Tropics critically examines Dutch colonial culture in the Netherlands Indies through the prism of landscape art. Susie Protschky contends that visual representations of nature and landscape were core elements of how Europeans understood the tropics, justified their territorial claims in the region, and understood their place both in imperial Europe and in colonized Asia .


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