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5 Tips About Air Flow in Lung — 2 Comments

  1. Dr. Reece, have you written a book on how to study physiology? I am currently taking the course and a lot of the students in my class are having trouble with exams and internalizing the material. They say that they couldn’t get their mind off anatomy mindset, which was memorization for the most part. I can’t seem to find any book that deals with this subject.

    • Margaret Reece, PhDMargaret Reece, PhD on said:

      Hi Ben, The book you need to begin your study of physiology is my “Physiology:Custom-Designed Chemistry.” In the column to the right of this post is a picture of the cover of this book. If you click on the image it will take you to a page that shows you where to get the book. Physiology uses a small set of the principles of chemistry repeatedly to explain how each organ works and this small book explains them all. It presents the uniform chemistry used by the many organs of the body, the processes that link organ systems together functionally and produces “physiologic cause and effect.” “Physiology: Custom-Designed Chemistry” is only about 130 pages and the cost is less than $5. It will get you all away from trying to memorize physiology and take you to a point where it all makes sense.

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