Free science Kindle books for 25 May 15

The World Of Diabetes: Reduce Your Risk For Type 2 Diabetes

by Yaman Katlabi

Have you or someone you love has just been diagnosed with diabetes or still in prediabetes stage and you are trying to understand the disease and how to take care of it. You may also have heard that diabetes can cause blindness, nerve damage, or kidney failure, and you may be fearful that this could happen to you or to any one of your family or friends. Well this is the right book to read and understand the world of this serious disease.

This book will teach you that these complications can occur if the diabetes is untreated or poorly controlled, but with good care all of these complications can be prevented.

Healthy eating, being active, medicine, and tracking your blood sugar are the 4 cornerstones of diabetes care. Managing diabetes may feel like a huge task, but if you know how to control it and follow this book information and educate yourself, it will be an easy and you will avoid too much pain.

High Fructose Corn Syrup: Sugar Substitute Or Evil Twin

by Robert Lalonde

There are several different variations of high fructose corn syrup and each contains a different proportion of fructose to glucose.

Many studies in the past singled out high fructose corn syrup as being one of the worst offenders in the sugar substitute line-up and we’ve seen recent seen studies that say it’s not much different from regular sugar.

In this book I take a look at how regular sugar and high fructose corn syrup affect our health and I highlight some facts to help you decide whether high fructose corn syrup is just another sugar substitue or an evil twin.

You can get a copy of the book on Amazon here..


by Avijit Lahiri

This book is a lucid, exhaustive, and in-depth presentation of the basic concepts in optics covering a wide area. It focuses on the inner integrity of these concepts, all relating to the classical and quantum versions of electromagnetic theory. It brings out the essential charm and elegance of physics.

It will be of substantial use to undergraduate and graduate students of physics taking up courses in optics.

What do the terms ‘group velocity’ and ‘signal velocity’ signify? What is meant by a negative refractive index? What is transformation optics? What is the eikonal theory of geometrical optics? What is the nature of stationarity in Fermat’s principle? How is Gaussian optics related to linear optics? What is the dyadic theory of diffraction? What is a 4f correlator? What is mutual coherence? What is cavity quantum electrodynamics? What is parametric down conversion?

For these and a host of other basic questions in classical and modern optics, you will find it worthwhile to turn to the pages of this book.

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