A Day in Your Life : 24 Hours Inside the Human Body
Have you ever wondered why it takes so long to get out of bed in the morning? And why you always wake up bursting for a pee? Why that small blackhead has erupted into a hideous red spot overnight? And why stepping into a hot shower gives you goose bumps? Following an average family and their daily routine, Dr Hilary Jones takes you on a bold and captivating journey through the human body, answering these questions and hundreds more. From how our bodies function to why they react in certain ways, Dr Hilary tackles the questions that matter and examines what makes us tick. Fascinating and highly entertaining, A Day in Your Life reveals the incredible nature of the human body.
- Hardback | 336 pages
- 156 x 234 x 42mm | 559.99g
- 27 Aug 2013
- Transworld Publishers Ltd
- BANTAM PRESS
- London, United Kingdom
"Everything you ever wanted to know about being human... a jaw dropping new book by telly doctor Hilary Jones." -- Kelly Jenkins Sunday Sport "I adore this book. Medical facts come alive... full of medical fun. Brilliant." Steve Wright "I am truly amazed by what my body does day in day out without me ever giving it permission." Lorraine Kelly "A Day in Your Life is absolutely fascinating. Dr Hilary shows exactly why you need to look after your brain EVERY day of your life. There is no computer that can match it." Carol Vorderman "A fascinating insight into the mind and some of the more extreme forms of psychopathology" Linda Papadopoulos "What physically causes our bodies and minds to age? And what happens in those critical moments before we die? Now I get it..." Andrea McLean "Wow. After reading A Day In Your Life I'm going to look after myself a little better." Aled Jones "Incredible. Apparently there are more friendly bacteria inside my intestine than cells in my own body." Penny Smith "An informative and entertaining introduction to the human body for all the family." Good Book Guide
About Hilary Jones
Dr Hilary Jones qualified from The Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, London, in 1976. He is the resident health and medical editor on ITV's Daybreak and Lorraine, and regularly appears on Steve Wright's Radio 2 show and Talksport to discuss medical matters. He writes a weekly column for the Sun's Fabulous magazine, is a regular contributor to Rosemary Conley magazine and still practises as a NHS and Private GP.
"An informative and entertaining introduction to the human body for all the family."