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by Doris Steiner DienerQuilt-making has been a hobby, only receiving the droplets of time tossed off by the waves of a heavily committed lifestyle. Perhaps that explains why each quilt has been motivated by some aspect of the circumstances or people that shaped my reality. Quilts are silent storytellers. They hold together the substantive pieces of life—events, feelings, people, and beliefs. Each piece is a significant part of the whole. The quilts of my past help recall the circumstances that surrounded them, bringin... more
by Tom GarzCoronavirus-The Inside Story: Multidimensional Prevention and Treatment This book focuses mostly on how the Psychological-Emotional aspects of this Pandemic affect our Immune System to fight off Coronavirus, as well as other illnesses. Ebook and/or Paperback- https://books2read.com/u/bMPRp5
Paging Dr. Within : How to Become, Be, and/or Make a “Patient Listener” and/or a “Super Symptom Checker”by Tom GarzPaging Dr. Within: How to Become, Be, and/or Make a “Patient Listener” and/or a “Super Symptom Checker” - describes the Concepts of a "Patient Listener" and a "Super Symptom Checker" – Human, Technology, and/or Technology-Assisted Human – Considering the "Big Picture" around Health and/or Symptoms. – Ebook and/or Paperback- https://books2read.com/u/mBgJnA
by Jonah Y JosephFind out how to make sustainable lifestyle changes to dramatically improve your health and take control of your blood sugar for good. Diabetes is a growing health concern worldwide, and in the US alone, about 1.5 million new cases are diagnosed each year. Of those cases, almost 95% are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. While the prevalence of Type 2 diabetes is a concern, there is some good news: both Type 2 diabetes and prediabetes -- an early warning sign that Type 2 diabetes could be round ... more
by Pamela S. ShowalterWhat began as an effort to manage stress through journaling, The Caregiver's Journey chronicles five years the authors spent caring for a loved one who lived hundreds of miles away. Realizing their hard-earned lessons could help smooth the path of those in similar situations, The Caregiver's Journey serves as a roadmap for anyone navigating the role of caregiver. The chronological narrative, interspersed with tips and recommendations, helps readers better understand their path as caregivers, whi... more
by Mary DiCaro
What if what you've been told about aging is wrong? Is there a way to prevent and even reverse the chronic diseases of aging?
These are important questions few of us consider until we are confronted with declining health, chronic pain, or a life-altering diagnosis.
Rates of chronic disease continue to rise steeply because the focus has been on symptom suppression and not the root causes and prevention of disease.
The good news is the body provides... more
by Michael Alvear
by Clarice IngramIn her work as a community health nurse, Clarice Ingraham has discovered that traditionally, Bahamian woman play a major role in the country's society, as do women in all developing countries. The nation is both family-orientated and tourism-dependent. Women are housekeepers and often the sole bread winners in their families. They often work in the hotel industries that comprise about 75 percent of the workforce. Maternal morbidity refers to the rate of incidence of disease, whereas the mortalit... more
by Ricardo SerranoThe theoretical basis of Six healing Qigong sounds (Liu Zi Jue) is the Five Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine (metal, wood, water, fire and earth), and Five Solid Viscera (heart, liver, spleen, lungs and kidneys). The Six healing Qigong sounds gently vibrate, and massage our internal organs, boost our immune system, clear stagnation and stale energy from our body, harmonize our emotions, balance our body and spirit creating a state of inner peace and radiant energy. The sound Xu tonify... more
by Carrie LeskowitzYour home is a more than an address-it's a reflection of your soul. Your living space mirrors your inner space, telling the story of your life through your physical home. Function and feeling go hand in hand. The sacred place you call home supports the foundation for your inner balance and an empowering, fulfilling life. When limiting beliefs, negativity, and stress surround you, it's time to dive deep into who you are to build an environment where you are at home within yourself. In OM fo... more
by Mark TulliusAn author with a reckless past set his fiction aside to tackle a critical mission: Help those around him struggling with head trauma and chart a way forward. But a fateful visit to the doctor upended his entire world... Former fighter and Ivy League football player Mark Tullius wanted to support his friends with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). But when presented with a scan of his own grey matter, his life changed forever. After years of lying to hi... more
by Patricia GogayAlmost every country in the so-called developed world is facing the paradox of ageing. Thanks to science, more effective medication and higher living standards, more and more of us are exceeding the “three score years and ten” theoretical limits of the past despite the physical and mental impairments that develop with ageing. For those who are spared dementia or chronic pain, a long life is reason to celebrate. We will have a party when we are 80, an even bigger one if we reach 90 and if we hit ... more
by steve fredmanThe Tin Woodsman, Dick Cheney was given a new heart and the scarecrow, Joe Biden, was allowed to keep his brain. (He had an aneurysm that bled). But we don’t live in Oz and there is no wizard. The book starts in the late 1700s when only a few eccentrics believed the world was full of invisible creatures that made us sick. It tells the stories of two centuries of research, disease, and care (including HIV, transplantation and CRISPR) and it ends when John Cain turning down his thumb and allow... more
by Jo Pronger FaulknerAuthor Jo Pronger Faulkner was diagnosed with four autoimmune conditions in seven years. Thinking she and her partner, Mike, were going to Nicaragua simply for a long-term get-away, they stumbled upon a new way of living that sparked her interest in the power of plants. Jo's mission became to learn all she could about autoimmune illness, the lifestyle components that contribute to it, and how making different decisions can change everything. The Autoimmune Warrior’s Healing Key is a bala... more
The Smooth River: Finding Inspiration and Exquisite Beauty during Terminal Illness. Lessons from the Front Lineby Richard S. Cohen
The Smooth River is the remarkable story of how a well-known public relations expert and her husband met her stage 4 pancreatic cancer head-on. With vigor and strength, they deployed all they and medicine had to offer. But, in contrast to narrow conventional approaches, the couple developed a far more expansive view of what strength means in response to a crisis for which there are no medical cures. They called this the Smooth River.
This clear-eyed transcendent perspective wa... more
by Jessica DuemigWARRIOR provides a raw, real, uncensored look into the battle against Triple Negative, Metaplastic Breast Cancer. WARRIOR explores the ups & downs of 9 challenging months of a single, career-driven, pre-kid, badass woman. It explores the hard times, the weird stuff, real life, and the “What the fuck do I do now?”