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Health, Diet & Parenting
by Scott PribylI recently wrote a True Story- 100% Authenticated with Surgical and Hospital records- titled 'MiracleMan: Beating the Odds: Cheating Death' (Nurses gave me the name- not my idea). Tatepublishing.com I Survived (less than 5% odds), then Cameback (far less than 1% Odds) from Emergency Aortic Dissection- same injury that ended lives of John Ritter, Lucille Ball, Albert Einstein and John Lennon (Except Bullet burst his Aorta) I then describe how I lost 50# in 2 months- 1990- and have kept the weig... more
by Ralph Giorno, MD
Blood Trails offers in depth understanding of things that can go wrong with every medical laboratory test. Blood Trails focuses on high volume tests such as TSH, potassium, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D and other tests to provide detailed analyses of issues specifically pertaining to those tests. Blood Trails examines the entire medical screening industry and discusses whether doctors and patients are doing a disservice to themselves by aggressive screening for disease that may not be medically n... more
Blood Trails: Follow your medical lab work from beginning to end with everything that can go wrong in between, plus how doctorsby Ralph Giorno, MDBlood Trails offers in depth understanding of things that can go wrong with every medical laboratory test. Blood Trails focuses on high volume tests such as TSH, potassium, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D and other tests to provide detailed analyses of issues specifically pertaining to those tests. Blood Trails examines the entire medical screening industry and discusses whether doctors and patients are doing a disservice to themselves by aggressive screening for disease that may not be medically nece... more
by Latasha Fleming"Know Tiny Secrets" is a guide for little and big people. A guide to understanding how wonderful and special you are and how your body belongs to YOU. There are NO tiny secrets when it comes to keeping your body private and safe. The concept behind kNOw Tiny Secrets is to "know" the secrets of abuse, so there will be NO secrets. This book embraces children from all walks of life,including special needs children; with the hopes of broadening the awareness of child sexual abuse and those affected.... more
by Farah Salim EckFreddy, Fork it Over! is a fun and engaging way to get kids into the kitchen AND outside to play! By following Freddy the fork and his family, the Silvertons, readers will be able to make 40+ yummy recipes, learn awesome facts about food, and find new ways to stay active and healthy. Designed as a spiral- bound notebook, this is one book that we encourage readers to write in and mark up! But it's not just about recipes...this notebook follows various Silverton family members, including the ... more
by Mimi EmmanuelMy Story of Survival, a story of hope, faith, near death and revival. The author faced life-threatening medical emergencies and overcame with a ten-ingredient-only diet with oodles of faith. Of interest to people with food intolerances who need a tasty and easy no gluten, no dairy, no sugar, low allergenic diet and helpful for those with CF/FM/ME, Lyme, Lupus, IBS, gut- and auto-immune problems.
by David HellmanYour weight? BMI? A1C? Your health is about more than achieving some numeric value. Reaching a number won't give you long-term happiness. Besides, how do we make sense of the swirl of conflicting data on what to do for better health? Karma Sense provides realistic solutions for achieving optimal health and happiness. It cuts through the scientific mumbo jumbo without taking itself too seriously. If you want to -Be healthier, -Be happier, and -Make the world a better place, the Karma Sense Ea... more
by KaashviToxic Household Products Causing ADHD, Autism and Learning Disabilities book is the first in its kind to provide the vital information about * How people are getting exposed to neurotoxic chemicals at home? * How neurotoxic exposure can change the brain chemistry of fetus and children? * Which household products contain neurotoxins? * Information about the list of neurotoxins, their sources at home and their adverse effects on human neurology along with case studies. ... more
by Jim Bowen
Artist Jim Bowen has created a marvelous alphabet of mosaic art. Each of the mosaic panels created and the photographed for this hardcover book contain hundreds of pieces of stained glass which have been carefully hand cut using glass cutters and nippers. Each alphabet panel took Jim over forty hours to create. Along with the rhymes of his wife Debbie, they have created My Mosaic Alphabet Book to encourage young people to learn new words and explore new places.
by Matt Maguire, Structural PodiatristAmazon Best Selling Author Matthew Maguire’s own excruciating journey with “incurable” debilitating pain led him to become the most respected Structural Podiatrist on Gold Coast Australia, where at his Hip To Toe Clinic the treatment system of Mobilisations, Manipulations & Exercises (MME) has freed literally thousands from pain. Matt wrote Every Step Is a Journey to help sufferers worldwide. You will learn: Why orthotics and surgery cannot treat a common cause of pain and inflammation, stru... more
by Ronald Melvin McKenzie
Stem Cell Battles: Proposition 71 and Beyond: How Ordinary People Can Fight Back Against the Crushing Burden of Chronic Diseaseby Don C. ReedFor 21 years, my paralyzed son Roman Reed and I have been raising funds for scientists. A law named after my son, the Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury Research Act of 1999, raised $17 million in California dollars, and $85 million in add-on grants from the National Institutes of Health. We fought for the successful passage of Proposition 17, the $3 billion initiative, and I have been working with Bob Klein (sponsor of Prop 71) and scientists and advocates ever since; this book is my lifework, a ser... more
by Z AltugWritten by Z. Altug (a licensed physical therapist and performance specialist with more than twenty-five years of experience in his field) as an easy-to-follow companion guide to medical treatment, "Sustainable Fitness: A Practical Guide to Health, Healing, and Wellness" helps readers understand how to self-manage their recovery and health after visiting the doctor. Organized into six parts, "Sustainable Fitness" covers health and wellness, healing and recovery, weight management and nutrition, ... more
by Erica VerrilloThis one-of-a-kind reference – now completely revised and updated – includes over 100 effective treatments, from antivirals to vitamins, as well as locations of specialists and clinics, Internet ordering information, and national, local, and international CFS/ME organizations. New and expanded sections include doctors' protocols and research on the causes and mechanisms of the illness, all written in concise, easy-to-understand language. Every aspect of the illness is thoroughly examined, fro... more
by Fred Stellabotte
The exercise will never hurt you—only improper form causes injury. Master the essentials of proper weight training and be safe while performing the squat, lunge, leg press, lat pulldown, reverse fly, bench press, chest fly, shoulder press, shoulder raise, biceps curl, triceps extension, plank, and more!
With over 350 full-color, step-by-step photos, Weight Training Without Injury’s unique, revolutionary approach teaches right from wrong at every st... more
by Monisha VasaI say thank you every day for our lungs that breathe life into us. What do you say thank you for? Saying Thank You is written by Dr. Monisha Vasa, a psychiatrist and writer who firmly believes in developing mental and emotional well being from a young age. Parents and children alike will enjoy reading this book together about the power of gratitude. Saying Thank Youwill spark countless discussions about all that we have to be thankful for, long after the last page has been read.