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  • Cancer What You Need to Know

    by Stephen Rosenberg
    Dr. Stephen Rosenberg's book, Cancer What You Need to Know, is the definitive guide for patients and families touched by cancer. Information surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in books or on the Internet is often overwhelming for patients and family members. To empower patients and loved ones, Dr. Rosenberg decided to write a book on issues surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. In this book, Dr. Rosenberg identifies the 10 common mistakes patients and families make an... more
  • Teach a Child to Read

    by Joyce M. Romanski
    Reading is a basic and necessary skill in one?s life and in the marketplace. The media is constantly presenting our nation?s educational position. Innovative programs in all areas of the curriculum are televised. There is a constant need to help all students to arrive at a grade level and above. With the adoption of the national core curriculum, there is a stronger emphasis on higher levels of performance in all areas, especially in reading. Teaching Someone to Read emphasizes teaching the in... more
  • Fundamentos de la Sagrada Espiritualidad para Niños

    by Solomon Thomei
    Es una obra que se entrega para que tanto los padres como los hijos puedan introducirse dentro de lo que es el conocimiento de la Sagrada Espiritualidad como palabra bendita de nuestro Padre Santísimo; el Supremo Creador por medio de la presencia de su Hijo bendito Jesús de Nazaret. Es una enseñanza que se entrega para que el ser humano pueda conocer al Ser Todopoderoso de la forma más sencilla y más directa. Para que al tener las bases de la espiritualidad en la forma más pura y directa, podamo... more
  • God's Path to Disease-Free Living

    by Bob McCauley, ND
    You cannot understand this book if you don?t read this preface. I almost subtitled this book A Christian Health Revolution because it is a truly revolutionary way to view health and how we ought to view the temple, our body, that God has given us. The ideas in this book will change your view of how health is actually obtained. It will challenge your understanding of your body and your obligation to honor it. It will cause you to waken your obligation to honor one of God?s most precise gifts, you... more
  • The Conquest of Cancer: A Long-Ignored Breakthrough

    by Vladimir Kalina
    Important findings and decisive breakthroughs in medicine have nearly always encountered fierce opposition, and it took a long time before they were finally recognized as major discoveries. This book describes the circumstances of a revelatory experience made by Dr Karel Fortýn in 1957 and its fundamental scientific significance in the struggle against cancer. It is also an attempt to explain why an important breakthrough can be ignored in the light of so much evidence.
  • The Wonder of Prenatal Education: Why You Should Listen to Mozart and Sing to Your Baby While Pregnant (Your Baby’s Developing

    by Chong Chen
    Are you pregnant or thinking about starting a family? Do you want the best start possible for your baby, even before you give birth? Dr Chong Chen delivers more insights into how to give your child the best start in life in this latest edition of his series, Your Baby’s Developing Brain. In this latest installment, The Wonder of Prenatal Education: Why You Should Listen to Mozart and Sing to Your Baby While Pregnant, you will learn some incredible things about your unborn child, such ... more
  • A Skeptic's Journey Through the Yoga Experience

    by Earl Ofari Hutchinson
    A Skeptic’s Journey Through the Yoga Experience takes a hard and personal look by one who once held deep skepticism about yoga at the history, the myths, the controversies, the practice, the philosophy, the growth, commercialism of, and impact of yoga. The book examines the racial and gender conceptions and controversies that confront yoga, as well as the controversy and debate over the physical hazards of yoga to men especially. A Skeptic’s Journey Through the Yoga Experience is a small primer... more
  • Help! I've Created A Brat!

    by Chantal Kayem
    Most parents of spoiled children never intended for it to happen; however, despite loving parents’ best intentions and sincere efforts to teach their children good values, their children unwittingly act spoiled. Although the path to turning around your child’s spoiled or difficult behaviors is not an easy one, it is however possible. You absolutely can turn around your child’s spoiled behaviors! Teaching parents the benefits of effective strategies for unspoiling children, this remarkable ne... more
  • Soar into Health

    by Dr. Carolyn Dolan DPT, Cert MDT
    This book is part memoir, part storytelling, and part self-help. It is the sharing of information and experiences that may help others to improve their health status, treat their patients, and even raise their family. It is a synthesis of many research articles in the field of health, rehabilitation, medicine, nutrition, sleep, and much more in a useable and understandable format that everyone can understand. Achieving health and wellness while reducing chronic disease is the goal of Soar Into H... more
  • Airdrie's Boys

    by Airdrie Thompson-Guppy
    Adolescence can be a challenging period under normal circumstances, but for five troubled boys, 1963 is a particularly difficult year. As social worker Airdrie Thompson-Guppy and her family settle in Waterloo, Ontario, Airdrie?s life is about to dramatically change when those five boys are placed in her home by the Children?s Aid Society. One by one, the boys cautiously move into the home Airdrie shares with her husband and one-year-old daughter. Lefty is the unwitting victim of his father?s ... more
  • Staying Connected

    by Rachel Saliba
    Staying Connected is a journey of discovery for parents of children who are about to begin school or who are already on their journey through education. Rachel encourages parents to discover where learning happens and shares stories of the school experience from a parent perspective. Her helpful advice draws from real life stories of parenting children as they make their way through their education. Truly connecting with children and their learning is at the heart of the book as Rachel encourage... more
  • The Seed of Intelligence: Boost Your Baby’s Developing Brain through Optimal Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle

    by Chong Chen
    Your child’s brain is developing long before they make their entrance into the world and it is just as important to help it to grow at this stage of life as it is in any other. With his latest book on child development - The Seed of Intelligence: Boost Your Baby’s Developing Brain Through Optimal Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle – Dr Chong Chen explores the needs your unborn child has and how you can provide them, through: - How to sow the seeds of intelligence - Maintaining a healthy diet... more
  • Science & Philosophy of Teaching Yoga & Yoga Therapy: The Complete Manual for Yoga Teachers, Students & Practitioners by Jacquel

    by Jacqueline Koay
    The is the definitive textbook for yoga teachers all over the world, covering the syllabus of USA Yoga Alliance's 200 Hour Teacher Training Programme.
  • Digger, the Service Dog

    by Hope Saxton
    “Digger, the Service Dog” is a passive invite to become a part of a teaching moment in the interaction between the public and Working Animals and their handlers. My context goal was to engender a mother-like approach to teaching both children and adults alike how to observe Working Animals for possible interaction. We are typically aware of Blind and Deaf Dogs in public, but how many are aware that small dogs are fully capable of being Service Dogs? This is the book that helps break down those... more
  • Solving the Autoimmune Puzzle

    by Keesha Ewers
    Women are diagnosed with 80% of the over 145 identified autoimmune diseases (that number is still growing). Over 90% of the population has a form of autoimmune disease and inflammation. Several autoimmune diseases, including lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, myasthenia gravis, and multiple sclerosis, afflict women anywhere from two to 10 times more often than they do men. Getting to the root cause to reverse autoimmunity is possible. There are 3 root causes that functional me... more
  • The Way I See It: A Head-to-Toe Guide to Common Orthopaedic Conditions

    by Thomas Neviaser, MD
    The Way I See It: A Head to Toe Guide to Understanding Common Orthopedic Conditions is a reference guide for non-medical individuals presenting over ninety common orthopedic diagnoses and seventy-five illustrations/diagrams in an easy to read and understand format. Medical terms and anatomy are phonetically spelled out and explained in an informal yet very instructive manner giving the reader a most unusual introduction to orthopedic surgery and its related diseases. What sets this book apart ... more

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