Author Hong Son Cheung Explores the Relationship Between Health and Disease

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New book ‘The Mystery of Health and Disease’ Gives Clues to How Diseases Could Be Prevented

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The mechanism of health and disease has been a constant enigma to human beings. With this in mind, humans make it a point to maintain a healthy body and at all costs to avoid getting sick. Author Hong Son Cheung elucidates the reasons behind sickness and diseases, the workings of metabolism and presence of imbalance within the body with his book “The Mystery of Health and Disease.”

Long years of working in the pharmaceutical industry have been the motivation in releasing this book. The author cites that humans easily get sick today and yet they are unequipped with the knowledge why they had acquired it. Changing eating habits and controlling what humans eat are keys to maintaining a healthy body. Inclusive of the topics discussed are common illness which have caused mortality rates in adults to rise (e.g. hypertension, heart attack and the like) and how these diseases could be avoided.

Written simply and without the medical terms that health professionals usually advise patients, Cheung expresses how people are clueless as to why they get sick and assures readers that there are answers to these questions.

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About the Author
Hong Son Cheung was born in Shanghai, China and came to the USA for graduate studies. He got his Bachelor of Science degree in Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, in 1958 and obtained his Master of Science degree in Oklahoma State University in 1963. He worked at the Institute for Muscle Disease in New York City for three years. He joined the Squibb Institute for Medical Research in 1966 and was with Bristol-Myers Squibb since its merger until he retired in 1996.

Cheung has published thirty-one scientific papers, ten abstracts, five books (plus this book for a total of six books) and has three registered, copyrighted documents. He has two notebooks stored in the Squibb Museum.

He was invited to lecture on the rational design drug in Shanghai, People’s Republic of China, in 1980 by the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academic of Sciences, and Shanghai Institute of Pharmaceutical Industrial Research. He was also invited to the National Construction Seminar in Taiwan in 1981. He was the president of the Chinese American Chemical Society, Tristate Chapter, in 1998, and the organizing co-chair of the Fifth Chinese American Conference on Chemical Science and Technology in 1998.

The Mystery of Health and Disease * by Hong Son Cheung
Why We Get Sick, How We Can Reduce Illnesses Lastly, Be Aware; It May Save Your Life
March 9, 2014
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 128 pages; 9781493179091
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 128 pages; 9781493179084
e-book; $3.99; 9781493179077

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