hey guys, in the physical sciences, they try to integrate Biology with Chemistry and Physics. Sure Bio + Chemistry = Biochemistry (Macromolecules+ Metabolism)- a topic we can handle are very well prepared for with our rigorous bio and chemistry courses. But I feel that although physics I+II prepares me well for the physical scienecs, the toughness comes in with the COMBINATION PROBLEMS INVOLVING PHYSICS AND BIOLOGY- I.E.- problems making the vascular system as an electrical surface, discussing nervous impulses and debrillators in hearts and relating them to physics concepts. My point is..... ARE THERE ANY BOOKS OR MATERIAL OR EVEN A LIST OF TOPICS I CAN READ THAT GIVES ME SOME EXPOSURE TO THE INTEGRATION OF PHYSICS IN CLINICAL APPLICATIONS, BASED ON CONCEPTUAL LEVEL AND EVEN HAS SOME PROBLEMS TO PRACTICE WITH...i..e- like a biological physics text.. THANKS!!