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by William Driscoll
This book, based on 40 medical journal articles, describes how you can prevent a heart attack or stroke, by starting with an artery screening test. This screening test is safe, simple, and available without a doctor’s order. If you obtain the test and it shows you have artery clogging, you can work with your doctor to reduce your level of “bad” LDL cholesterol, which causes artery clogging and heart disease. Healthy lifestyle choices and statin therapy are options to reduce ... more
by Dr. Kathleen TresnessThe Resilient New Mom: 9 Practices for Emotional Healthis a book for new mothers to help them navigate the transition into motherhood. Through exploring nine practices, Dr. Kathleen Tresness helps new mothers to: • Address common difficulties new mothers oftentimes face in early motherhood. • Explore strategies to help ease the transition into motherhood. • Identify and challenge common roadblocks to help new mothers in successfully incorporating the practices into their lives. The book is desig... more
Breaking Free From Pain: From Suffering To Strength, My Own Personal Journey With Fibromyalgia And Healing Modalitiesby Shari EmamiWhen you feel chronic pain, it really takes a toll on your quality of life. Get the inside scoop and researched material that will enlighten you on realistic treatment options for fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia affects many people and more woman than me. Read this fascinating book on causes and treatments of this condition. You don't have to suffer anymore.
by Joan Wilder
More Help is a collection of 140 stand-alone pieces that explores how women with ADHD can work on their challenges, quiet their inner critics, and wake up their assets.
In quintessential ADHD style, the pieces are personal, anecdotal reflections that illuminate, celebrate, and tackle our struggles and triumphs with curiosity, grief, gratitude, and a bit of irreverence: (“If you can’t clean the f*cking house, you can’t cl... more
by Donald R LymanWe are entering a new revolutionary and controversial phase in the US medical industry! With the discoveries of DNA telomeres, telomerase activators, and stem cell therapy that will create signiﬁcant alterations to conventional medical procedures, we are facing many drastic changes - completely unknown to the general public. Science has ushered in these and other changes, which most would agree as being coincidental with improvements and progress, along with optimism and hope for our medical wor... more
by Mary Willcox SmithToday’s parents seem to inhabit high-speed whirlwinds, where time is scarce and stress runs high. But what if there's a proven way to navigate the chaos, a way to strengthen connections with your children while supporting their personal growth—all through the power of small, actionable steps? In The MicroStep Method for the Overwhelmed Parent, Mary Willcox Smith guides readers on a transformative journey, showing you how to chart a straight course through the commotion and, at the same time, how... more
by Madeline MonteroAre You Ready To Try Again?: How to Parent With Success and Joy: A Mother's Loving Guide to Positive Experiences in Early Childhood Learn healthy parenting practices that allow young children to thrive and simplifies day- to day parenting. This book is for parents and caretakers with children ages 2 + through 6 years old.
by Josie Beckham
“This is the book I wish I had when I first felt a desire to plant a seed.”
Ready to unlock the secrets to a lush self-sustaining garden oasis, even if you’ve never held a trowel in your life? Tired of old, boring gardening books? Ahhh, livin’ the dream. Your own delicious organic food growing right outside your window. A harvest so bountiful, it feeds you, your family, and the whole neighborhood. Year-round abundance. Yummy homegrown tomatoes. What a life! Sound... more
by Nelson SpinettiThis book review, educate and provide guideline for every parent and caregiver to calculate the physiologic stomach size to provide proper growth, hydration, nutrition and preventing: gastroesophageal reflux, vomiting, colic, acute life-threatening event and sudden infant death by overfeeding reflux. This book is the work from a pediatric gastroenterologist with over 20 year of experience in this field and providing continue care for healthy, outpatient infant sick, hospitalized in pediatric un... more
by Cat MillerThis colorful guide contains at-home exercises to improve balance for beginners and/or seniors. It contains balance tests to provide an individual baseline from which to measure progress; warm-ups; chair and standing while holding onto a chair exercises that progress from toe to head to develop a firm foundation from the ground up; and cooldowns. This program will help improve endurance, strength, and flexibility – all of which improve balance.
by Gerald Beaudry
Learn the rules and procedures to play card games modified for play on video calls using real playing cards. Includes: Go Fish, Crazy Eights, Cribbage, Scopa, Rummy, Canasta, Whist, Hearts, Spades, Kaiser, and Contract Bridge.
by Richard Fast
Frustrated with weight or health issues?
You’re likely suffering from malnutrition. Most people get lots of calories but few nutrients and that means at the cellular level, they’re virtually starving. The only possible result of being overfed and undernourished is obesity, premature aging, cognitive decline, and disease.
It may surprise you to know that millions of so-called “skinny” people are just as likely to be obese as p... more
by Jim SchneiderTake a glimpse into author and journalist Jim Schneider's life at the beginning of 2020 as his family's daily routine turned upside down through the new reality of lockdowns, shutdowns, and closures. Fencebat: A Big Kid's Guide to Parenting, Personal Growth, and Play reveals how Jim grappled with everything by blogging and chronicling his life. Every day. For 450 days. Jim didn't hold back. He wrote about the trials and tribulations of making unholy choices between safety and sanity, grocery ... more
by Alicia Hurtt
"I See My Baby" is a poignant and inspiring memoir that chronicles the personal journey of Alicia Hurtt as she navigates the challenges of infertility, depression, and a crisis of faith. With raw honesty and vulnerability, Alicia shares her experiences of feeling like less of a woman due to her struggles with conceiving, and the emotional toll it takes on her and her relationships.
Throughout the book, Alicia takes readers on her transformative journey of overcoming these obst... more
Reversing Type 2 Diabetes, Kidney Disease, and Heart Disease; Exposing Longevity & Old Age Secrets to Living into Your 90sby Veltisezar Bautista
I thought I was going to die.
On that day, 26 years ago, while hooked to several machines in a hospital in Michigan, U.S.A, the doctor told me I had a massive heart attack that caused extensive bleeding; I was devastated.
It was a shocker! Why? What happened? I asked myself.
But I didn’t die.
God kept me alive. I was then 63; I am now 90.
The above is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of the book, Reversing Type 2 Diabe... more