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  • Patient Empowerment 101

    by Ann M. Hester, M.D.
    Take control of your healthcare while you lower your healthcare costs. An experienced physician has 'a conversation' with readers about ways to take their medical care to the next level. This is a fun read but full of invaluable tips to change the trajectory of medical encounters for the rest of your life. Readers are also given complimentary access to a website to download fillable forms, take self-assessment quizzes, and watch videos of life-like doctors giving medical tips.
  • Breathe, Sleep, Thrive: Discover how airway health can unlock your child’s greater health, learning, and potential

    by Shereen Lim
    Understand airway health to unlock your child's full potential. Did you know that the way a child breathes will impact every aspect of their development including their sleep quality, learning, behaviour, jaw and facial development, speech, and future health? Common issues children experience such as snoring, disturbed sleep, poor attention and concentration, ADHD-symptoms, difficulties with emotional regulation, recurrent ear infections, speech or feeding concerns, teeth grinding, crooked... more
  • Gut-Brain Secrets: Causes and Solutions to Gut, Brain and Body Dysfunction

    by R. D. Lee
    Gut-Brain Secrets explains how friendly bacteria in your digestive tract nourish and protect your good health, resiliency and longevity. Or bad bacteria slowly poison you from within... upsetting your brain biochemistry, and causing attention deficit disorder, autism, depression, anxiety, and other GAPS conditions (as defined by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride). A "corrupted gut," as the author calls a disordered microbiome, is also the root cause of digestive disorders such as leaky gut, food... more
  • The Mitochondriac Manifesto

    by R. D. Lee
    The Mitochondriac Manifesto explains in vivid detail how friendly electromagnetic frequencies, pure water, and earth-type magnetism give us life, energy, and resistance to disease. On the other hand, foreign frequencies, adulterated water, and non-uniform magnetic fields deplete us of energy and healing capacity on the way to causing disease and dysfunction. Your mitochondria are in the middle of it all. Now you can learn Nature's way of making sickness go away, and good health stay as long as p... more
  • Hold On to Your Muscle, Be Free of Disease

    by Robert Iafelice
    Separating scientific fact from fiction, Hold On to Your Muscle, Be Free of Disease will forever change your mindset about health and disease. Nutritionist and author Robert Iafelice draws on leading-edge science to explain how the loss of muscle mass, strength, and quality can not only impair mobility and physical functioning but also how these factors underpin the development of metabolic diseases, including diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. The good news is that a... more
  • Quiet, Dude

    by Teresa Jo Briley
  • WALKING BACK TO HAPPINESS - THE SECRET TO ALCOHOL-FREE LIVING & WELL-BEING

    by Nigel Jones
    A new book revealing the secret of how to live an alcohol-free life, and the huge health benefits that come with it, is set to help thousands of people change their lives and find real happiness. WALKING BACK TO HAPPINESS is the story of how Nigel Jones, a 50-something-year-old, who had been locked into the habit of drinking alcohol for over 35 years, finally woke up and said, ‘I want a different life’; how he found his purpose and in doing so transformed his mind and body; how he lost 30% ... more
  • Intermittent Fasting Success Story

    by Jennifer P Davidson
    Author Paige Davidson recounts her lifelong struggle with obesity then morbid obesity, yo-yo dieting and trying every possible diet, shake and pill, and even failed weight loss surgery. She discovered intermittent fasting, left dieting behind forever, and eventually lost 110 pounds, cured several obesity-related conditions, and regained her physical, emotional and mental health. Paige shares with readers how to begin their own intermittent fasting practice, and how to navigate the mental roadblo... more
  • A Parent's Guide for Educational Success for Their Children

    by Joann Falciani
    This book is a parents self-guide for the educational success of their children. Joann Falciani has been an educator for over twenty years both in childcare settings as well as independent schools. A graduate of Cabrini College, Joan holds a B.S. in human resources as well as a master's in education. She also holds a Montessori certification from Chestnut Hill College. Joann worked as a preschool principal at Chesterbrook Academy, managing twenty-five staff members as well as one hundred s... more
  • Dentistry Xposed:

    by Dr. Peter Hofmann
    Ground-breaking exposes scams, myths, falsehoods, and misleading information. It exposes big Pharma and a big cause of Covid-19 and reveals a product that can remove tooth decay without a needle or drill. an emergency kit that can numb pain without pills, and a natural substance that can stop tooth decay, relieve sinus pain, and prevent colon cancer. The book expains that 5 of the major causes of death are related to the mouth.
  • The Divine SelfQare Strategy: A Wellness Guide To Total Body Alignment

    by Sheila Brown, JD
    The Divine SelfQare Strategy highlights the various health and wellness traditions that have been employed by women throughout the African diaspora for many generations. In nine engaging chapters, the author conveys uncommon wisdom, knowledge and history about the powerful role of nature in securing health and freedom. The Divine SelfQare Strategy is uniquely told from the perspective of a seasoned grandmother reaching beyond her time to teach the youth about the ancient methods that led to tota... more
  • Release

    by Juliana Leamen
    Instead of losing weight, learn to release it instead - no matter how many diets you've tried without long-term success. This is your guide towards loving your body and feeling empowered in midlife.  As women transition through menopause, the rules of the game change. Hormones are shifting, stress is at an all time high and what worked in your 20s and 30s does not seem to work anymore. In this book, you will discover how to get the body you want in midlife, without relying on willpower, calor... more
  • Sidelined

    by Susan Salenger
    In SIDELINED: How Women Manage & Mismanage Their Health, Susan Salenger researches the question most women ask themselves at one time or another, “Why did I agree to that? SIDELINED: How Women Manage & Mismanage Their Health examines the many ways in which women manage and sometimes mismanage their healthcare. Researcher and author Susan Salenger describes how women, the medical gatekeepers for their families, are extremely conscientious about taking care of themselves. They choose their doct... more
  • The No-B.S. Guide to Breastfeeding: Advice to the new mom from an experienced lactation consultant.

    by Jennifer Harris
    This book is a comprehensive review of the common concerns parents face when they are breastfeeding their child(ren). It covers the basic information about breastfeeding that parents desire, easily explained by an experienced Lactation Consultant. This book covers both normal expectations of the breastfeeding experience and practical considerations. Throughout the book, topics such as leaking, latching and weaning are discussed, with multiple solutions provided to suit any mom's lifestyle. Addi... more
  • Psych Meds Made Simple

    by Ashley L. Peterson
    People living with mental illness are often left out of the loop when it comes to understanding how exactly medications work. This book will explain pharmacology in a simplified way to help you understand the effects, both positive and negative, of psych meds, and why these effects occur. It's everything you didn't realize you wanted to know about medications! The book begins with the essentials of pharmacology and moves on to cover all the major classes of psychiatric medications. You'll lea... more
  • Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis

    by Ashley L. Peterson
    Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis aims to cut through the misinformation, stigma, and assumptions that surround mental illness and give a clear picture of what mental illness really is. The book pairs diagnostic criteria and descriptions for a variety of mental illnesses in the DSM-5 with nineteen first-hand narrative accounts of what it’s like to live with those conditions. The book is also infused with the author’s own experience as a mental health nurse and person living with depressio... more

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