A mine of treasures, a source of visions, a microcosm of human experience and suffering, the philosopher's stone: is a remarkable achievement'
Migraine is an age-old - the first recorded instances date back over two thousand years - and often debilitating condition, affecting a 'substantial minority' of the population across the globe. In , Oliver Sacks offers at once a medical account of its occurrence and management; an exploration of its physical, physiological, and psychological underpinnings and consequences; and a meditation on the nature and experience of health and illness.
Author: Sacks Oliver
Publisher: Picador/ Macmillan Publisher Limited
Publish Year: 1988
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