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Language: en
Pages: 306
Authors: Jane G. Goldberg, Jay Gutierrez
Categories: Health & Fitness
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-06-23 - Publisher:

Did you know that for thousands of years people have been treating pain, injuries, and disease with low-radioactive stones? Now you have access to the same lost art! "The Hormesis Effect: The Miraculous Healing Power of Radioactive Stones" may well be one of the most important books you will ever
The Hormesis Effect
Language: en
Pages: 306
Authors: Jane G. Goldberg, Jay Gutierrez
Categories: Health & Fitness
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-01-09 - Publisher:

Did you know that for thousands of years people have been treating pain, injuries, and disease with low-radioactive stones? Now you have access to the same lost art! "The Hormesis Effect: The Miraculous Healing Power of Radioactive Stones" may well be one of the most important books you will ever
Hormesis
Language: en
Pages: 207
Authors: John Francois
Categories: Environmental toxicology
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014 - Publisher:

The field of ecotoxicology has traditionally used monotonic relationships to study dose-responses, such as the linear, threshold or quadratic models. However, hormesis describes the dose-response relationship of toxicants as a biphasic curve, with low-dose stimulation, followed by high-dose inhibition. This phenomenon is hypothesized to be the result of an overcompensation
Hormesis With Ionizing Radiation
Language: en
Pages: 222
Authors: T. D. Luckey
Categories: Medical
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-06-04 - Publisher: CRC Press

First published in 1980: The purpose of this Monograph, Hormesis With Ionizing Radiation, are to crystalize scattered information into an accepted subject of science and to awaken our society to new potential uses of ionizing radiation.
Should Hormesis Be the Default Model in Risk Assessment?
Language: en
Pages: 31
Authors: Edward J. Calabrese
Categories: Medical
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-10 - Publisher: DIANE Publishing

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