Introduction. AIDS. Alcohol. Anaemia. Anaphylactic shock. Animal attack. Anthrax. Aortic aneurysm. Asphyxiation. Asthma. Bleeding diseases. Boredom. Botulism. Brain death. Brain tumour. Broken heart syndrome. Cancer. Carbon monoxide poisoning. Chagas' disease. Congenital abnormalities. Constipation. Dangerous sports. Death sentence. Dementia. Depression. Diabetes. Diarrhoeal infections. Diphtheria. Domestic accidents. Drought. Drowning. Electrocution. Epilepsy. Euthanasia. Falls. Famine. Fire and smoke inhalation. Flesh-eating disease and superbugs. Genetic conditions. Gunshot wound. Hanging. Heart attack. Heart failure. Heat stroke. Hepatitis. Homicide. Hypothermia. Iatrogenesis. Influenza. Jugular vein/carotid artery constriction. Kidney failure. Land transport accidents. Leishmaniasis. Leprosy. Leukaemia. Listeriosis. Liver failure. Lymphoma. Mad cow disease. Malaria. Measles. Meningitis. Meteorite strike (and other objects falling from the sky). Neurodegenerative diseases. Obesity. Occupational hazards. Old age. Pancreatitis. Peritonitis. Plague. Plane crash. Plant attack. Pneumonia. Poisoning. Poliomyelitis. Pregnancy and birth. Pulmonary embolism. Rabies. Radiation poisoning. Respiratory failure. Sepsis. Shock. Sleeping sickness. Smoking. Snoring. Stroke. Substance abuse. Sudden arrhythmic death syndrome. Suicide. Surgery and its complications. Syphilis. Tetanus. Thunderbolt and other forces of nature. Tropical viral diseases. Tropical worms. Tuberculosis. Umbrellas. Valvular heart disease. War. Whooping cough. Zzzzzzzzzzzz. Index.
Dr Sarah Brewer qualified as a doctor from Cambridge University, specializing in general practice and sexual health. She is the author of over 40 popular self-help books and writes regularly for a variety of newspapers and magazines. Sarah was voted Health Journalist of the Year 2002 and is currently completing a masters degree in nutritional medicine.
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