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by Tracie Frank MayerIn the summer of 1984, Tracie Frank Mayer, a young black American woman, uproots herself from family, friends and life as she knows it when she marries a German man and moves to his country. Though not understanding the language is unsettling enough, twelve days after her anxiously awaited child’s birth, her psychological balance tumbles fully into despair:“There is no surgery to save him,” the doctors explain to her husband in German. “Let your baby die,” they say to her in broken English. The... more
by Tamer ShabanCupping therapy is an ancient traditional and complementary medicine practice. Reported effects of cupping therapy include promotion of the skin's blood flow, increasing pain thresholds, reducing inflammation, and modulation of the cellular immune system. “Cupping Therapy Encyclopedia – New Edition” is an education manual which provides a new classification of cupping therapy types, cupping therapy sets, and a classification of cupping therapy adverse events. The book includes new scientific res... more
by Phyllis ResslerThis is a poem from a mother to her unborn baby. It is for a mother or her young children who are awaiting the birth of the new baby. The poem is illustrated with colorful drawings.
by Prof. Eliezer Ben-JosephPrepare yourselves. Within these pages lie the secrets. What secrets you may ask? Well, in any good martial art school, no one is taught the secrets right away. There is some time that must pass before a wise teacher can disseminate this invaluable knowledge to the student. In this way, the aspirant may achieve the proper state of mind necessary to continue the school?s tradition. One must walk before one learns how to run. However, luckily for the reader, in this case, there is no need to wait.... more
by David YagerFRUITS AND VEGETABLES. We all know that they are good for you, but some people think that vegetarian means eating “rabbit food” that makes you weak and thin. A fruit only or a fruit and vegetable diet can make you weak, skinny and give you tooth decay but a lacto-vegetarian diet will make you strong, full figured and give you good dental health. The greatest error in vegetarian eating is the avoidance of pasture raised milk products like cheese and yogurt which provide calcium withou... more
by John P.. Williams MDThe book is an extended case report and memoir depicting one of my former patients who was highly suicidal and then became well. Specifically, she wrote a suicide diary while ill, recovered in the treatment, composed a recovery diary, and then gave me written consent to use the diaries and write a book around them on suicide. Her two provisos were that she remain absolutely anonymous and that all profits from the sale of the book be donated to suicide prevention charities. Both have and will be ... more
by Kathleane O'LearyDespite the success many have experienced with Paleo, Atkins, Gluten Free, Food Combining, Weight Watchers, and other diets, 90% of all diets eventually fail. How can you fix the way you approach weight loss so that the results last? The simple solutions identified in “Help! My Diet Isn’t Working” can make any diet more effective.
by Kevin Nelson
According to the 9 of 10 paperwriters one of the principles that you should ensure you have cultivated in your practice as a yoga teacher is being consistent in your classes. The best approach towards achieving this is specializing in one area of study and then sticking to it so that your students cannot wind up being confused by the different approaches that you subject them to. This will assist them to have an outstanding relationship with you because t... more
by Elisha MutholyThe first time of anything is scary, but as they say, nothing venture nothing gain. Same sort of principle with self-tanning. When summer beckons around the corner, it only makes sense to want to wear minimal clothing and head down to the beach embracing your inner summer spirit. And though you may argue that the beach itself is plenty of grounds for tanning, you forget that sun tanning can be quite dangerous, which is why self-tanning is a much better alternative. On that note, fake tanning for... more
by James Darnell D.C.Dr. Darnell takes us on a journey through the evolution of the American healthcare system and the dietary habits which have influenced the overall health of the American population. The journey continues as the book takes an in depth look at the make-up of healthy cells and the primary factors that erode healthy cell function., including excess consumption of refined carbohydrates and exposure to various toxins. Join Dr. Darnell as he teaches you about healthy habits that create a healthy body.
Color War: Dinshah P. Ghadiali's Battle With the Medical Establishment over his Revolutionary Light-Healing Scienceby Harvey RachlinIn 1920 a Parsee Indian named Dinshah P. Ghadiali introduced to the world a new healing science that he spent decades meticulously researching. It was based on color therapy, and hundreds of medical doctors, surgeons, dentists and other health professionals subsequently used it in their practices with astonishingly successful results—often on patients that conventional medicine could not help. Because laypersons could be trained to use this healing science on themselves, Dinshah’s therapy t... more
by Alfred Lee AnduzeFirst aid is the emergency medical care given before professional care is available. In most cases, it is sufficient for complete recovery. In some cases, it is essential for stabilization while complete medical care is on the way. Why the farm? It is often located in a remote area, away from adequate medical facilities, with high exposure to sun, insects, reptiles, poisonous plants, wind, dust, and variable temperatures. Farming activities are highly susceptible to accidents due to use of to... more
by Alyce DesrosiersWhat’s the secret to hiring the right nanny? The thought of leaving your child in the care of a stranger can seem daunting—but it doesn’t have to be that way. With compassion and clarity, The Nanny Manual, takes parents on a journey of self-discovery through their heart, soul and mind to help them with one of the most important hiring decisions they’ll ever make. Whether investigating the viability of choice for working mothers, debunking the myth of perfection that is Mary Poppins, or explo... more
by Wendy S. Harpham, MDA groundbreaking book about hope. Wendy Harpham, MD, a renowned leader in cancer survivorship, shares hard-earned insights about finding and nourishing the best hopes for you. Healing Hope offers patients and their families original content presented in an innovative and accessible format of illustrated aphorisms with succinct supporting text.
by Mark Scholz, MD
Studies show that treatment choices based on partial information often lead to regret. Patients struggle to pinpoint correct knowledge amidst a deluge of data overload. With a short, self-administered quiz, KEY directs readers to targeted information that is simple and stage-specific. Written by 30 leading experts and edited by a prostate oncologist, Key is an essential antidote for patients facing a huge commericial industry.
The explosion of new information overwhelms patients and doc... more
by Maria AdamKinder Academy is a platform that provides preschool daycare to students. We support our students to grow into responsible and trustworthy to acquire their coveted results. We present most talented, committed and knowledgeable instructors who have reserved up to a testimony of gratifying from everyone.