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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.
by Sophia AddisonAn open lacerate or gash that has been suffered due to acute injury can be rather painful and uncomfortable, also hindering you in your day-to-day activities. But with the right kind of care and attention, they will heal nicely without any complications. This is why it is important for you to ensure that the laceration that you have suffered is looked after well and allowed to heal nicely. Here are some tips to help you take care of yourself and recover properly.
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by Stuart White
Packed with resources to help parents make sense of the college application process, conduct a college search, and help guide their child's completion of their college application. The author has included a variety of tools to compare one school to another, keep track of important application deadlines, and track possible scholarship aid.
Readers from around the world have praised its value to parents who want to make sense of the college gauntlet without hovering and taking c... more
by Anthony SegerIncredible is the only word I can use to describe what being a dad means to me. It’s filled with ups, downs, and all sorts of insanity. Within the book covers are short memories and crazy times of a young father with his two small boys. We laugh and we cry, but at the end of each night, we love each other more than we did the day before. All the information happened to me, but I'll bet it's happened to all parents at some point as well!
by STEPHANIE KEEGANNo Head Fred Said: Get Healthy promotes and reinforces five health issues. Interactive scenarios let children choose the correct action to take. Helpful, colorful pictures and fun rhymes give children clues in choosing healthy options.
by Julia Sun
Vibrant Health is Life Energy in Abundance. The Book provides a complete system for cultivating life energy for vitality and health.
by JP Mac
The feel-good prostate cancer story of the year. Time is short for a broke, unemployed animation writer who flunks a biopsy. Follow the medical adventures of JP Mac as he attempts to comprehend the reality of prostate cancer, select a treatment, and snag a new health care provider all in less than two months. Told in a hilarious, sardonic style, Mac strives to keep cool as he wrestles with bureaucratic bungles, medical complications and a difficult post-treatment future. A funny, pull-no... more
by Amanda Ross-WhiteYou’ve got What to Expect When You’re Expecting, but where do you go for a pregnancy guide when you’ve been pregnant before, and didn’t get to come home with a baby? For the nearly 2.6 million women worldwide every year who lose a baby to miscarriage, stillbirth and early neonatal loss, this is the pregnancy guide for you. Joy at the End of the Rainbow: A Guide to Pregnancy After a Loss gives you a month-by-month survival guide to a pregnancy that is different from the others. If you’re worried ... more
by Victor MontoriIn a series of brief and personal essays, Why We Revolt describes what is wrong with industrial healthcare, how it has corrupted its mission, and how it has stopped caring. Montori rescues the language of patient care to propose a revolution of compassion and solidarity, of unhurried conversations, and of careful and kind care.
by Manley PetersonFollow along with Manley as he runs every single day in July 2017 on a quest to beat his half-marathon PR on the last day of the month. Each day presents something new or unexpected as he navigates mental and physical challenges running around his gravel loop while avoiding steaming piles of bear poop and flocks of turkeys in rural Wisconsin.
by Laurie KaplanEvery day in the U.S., about 10,000 dogs are diagnosed with cancer. Still, owners are always shocked to hear the diagnosis. The owner is desperate to save their beloved dog and in need of guidance to make treatment decisions. The main source of information and guidance for the owner of a dog with cancer is usually their veterinarian. This is unfortunate! Most veterinarians today are well trained to sell, sell, sell. They clearly have a bias in choosing treatments options. This book offers a pl... more
by Jane Elizabeth EarleyThe cute rabbit illustration has been the source of my imagination, and I?ve been working on him for a number of years. Finally, here he is?explaining his ABCs.
by James Reed Campbell and Brenda HarewoodOur purpose in writing this book is to give minority parents (African American, Latino) the tools they need to help their children perform much better in school. The content of the book comes from discovering actual parental practices used by minority families whose children excel at school. Our research teams went to public schools in minority neighborhoods in New York City and Long Island to find high-achieving minority children. We then visited their families and interviewed the parents and c... more