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The body in medical culture explores how the body functions within medical culture and examines the metaphors and models of the body used to understand medical phenomena including disease diagnostic practices wellness anatomy surgery and medical research scholars from a wide range of disciplines engage representations of bodies the body in medical culture elizabeth riaver ed the body in medical culture albany state u of new york p 2009 stanton b garner jr body in medical culture edited by elizabeth klaver is anget this from a library the body in medical culture elizabeth klaver as an object of scrutiny the medicalized body occupies center stage in the work of doctors nurses medical examiners and other medical professionals who mediate broader cultural understandings of leonard kriegel born bronx new york may 25 1933 is an american author and self proclaimed cripple he contracted polio at the age of 11 leaving him confined to steel braces and crutches shortly after kriegels first book was the long walk home 1964in a 2008 gallup poll of over 75000 americans the rate of smoking among people making less than 24000 a year was more than double that of those making 90000 or more

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