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Health, Diet & Parenting
by Donna LeahyPALEO - you've heard the buzz. So what is Paleo? Can you lose weight on Paleo? And is it right for you? Paleo for Weight Loss: The 14-Day Healthy Eating Plan will show you how to adopt a Paleo lifestyle in order to feel healthy, lose weight, and increase your energy level. Developed by a renowned professional chef and author of the top-selling Paleo Easy as 1-2-3, this comprehensive guide will help you decide if the Paleo lifestyle will work for you through a 14 day healthy eating plan. Set ... more
Surviving the Flesh-Eating Bacteria: Understanding, Preventing, Treating, and Living with the Aftermath of Necrotizing Fasciitisby Jacqueline A. Roemmele & Donna Batdorff“Surviving the Flesh-Eating Bacteria” underscores the devastating impact of necrotizing fasciitis and the human tragedies and triumphs that result. I recommend this book to colleagues and patients alike as a highly accurate and accessible source of valuable information about this deadly infection.” - James B. Dale, M.D. Developer of group A strep vaccine Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases University of Tennessee College of Medicine Harrowing headlines in the international media of the so... more
by Theresa Nicassio
A delectable gluten- and sugar-free plant-based and allergy-friendly cookbook that is also a coffee-table art-book, YUM: plant-based recipes for a gluten-free diet goes above and beyond these parameters.
The 368-page allergy-friendly resource book YUM has a scope that extends far beyond the typical cookbook in any genre. The book, described as “a masterpiece” by many is an unprecedented comprehensive resource th... more
After Depression: What an experimental medical treatment taught me about mental illness and recoveryby Gregory Harman'After Depression' is an intensely personal and wide-ranging account about one person's decades-long struggle with mental illness and the experimental medical device that ushered in a profound period of clarity and peace. This remarkable offering from award-winning journalist and columnist Gregory Harman moves deftly between stirring first-person narrative, solid research, and inspirational musings that will be of much interest to both those who suffer and the ones who love them. Overcoming d... more
How to Be a Rock Star Doctor: The Complete Guide to Taking Back Control of Your Life and Your Professionby Rebekah Bernard“How to be a Rock Star Doctor” shows doctors how to get on-stage to achieve clinical and professional success, while avoiding burnout. The key is to follow Rebekah Bernard’s Rock Star rules for running a successful practice that delights patients and delivers financial and emotional rewards to the physician. The Rock Star rules teach the physician to: •\tConvey the qualities that are the most important to patients, leading to clinical success •\tOrganize and control the office visit to... more
by J. H. Johnson
"I'm not dead yet." But Lupus almost had its way. Diary of a MAD Lupus patient's author takes the reader into her bedroom and thoughts to see how Lupus, a life-threatening autoimmune disease can change your heart, body and mind.
Diagnosed during her high school years, the author decided to keep a personal diary of her confusion, fear, and challenges of being diagnosed with Lupus. This diary records thoughts and feelings for being diagnosed, to understanding and accepti... more
by KJ LandisSuperior Self is a smart, how-to suggestion guide for men and women looking for motivation and information to overcome their personal struggles with fat loss and overall wellness. KJ Landis shares her personal story, research, and the success stories of her coaching clients. The Wellness from Within Guide shares simple, step-by-step instructions on how to give up processed unhealthy foods, and how to replace them with nutritious choices that give us energy, vitality, and also have the capacity t... more
by Dionne L Fields
Rain Favorite Pediatric Dentistry is Western Heights Dental Office.
This amazing new children's book, is dedicated to the entire staff of Western Heights Dental .
I thank you Western Heights Dental for my amazing smile, over the years.
And special thanks to everyone, at Western Heights Dental for my beautiful teeth.
by Lisa Tillinger JohansenSTOP THE DIET, I WANT TO GET OFF! - Registered dietitian Lisa Tillinger Johansen examines dozens of the most wildly popular diets based on medical facts, not hype. And along the way, she reveals tried-and-true weight loss strategies, relying on her years of hospital experience, weight-loss seminars and community outreach efforts. With insight and humor, Stop The Diet, I Want To Get Off! shows that the best answer is often not a trendy celebrity-endorsed diet, but easy-to-follow guidelines that a... more
by Cynthia Ortiz DeJesusWhy this is a scary story! This is a scary story because it tells the truth about what is in the foods you are eating or have been eating for a long time, probably since the day you were born and while you were in your mom’s belly too! Whatever your mom ate, you ate. So if there were chemicals and preservatives in the foods she ate, there is a good chance you were eating them too. You were also exposed to other chemicals like pollution. In our modern world mostly every type of food is proce... more
by John F. Murray
Most people certainly agree that the “growing up” part of life is more agreeable and productive than the “growing old” part. As this book emphasizes, growing old both happens by itself, inexorably, and is often compounded by harmful lifestyles, and always concludes with its inevitable unwanted ending. How Aging Works: What Science Can Do About It, offers new scientific understanding about what occurs as people grow old, and provides simple, easy to carry out recommendations on... more
by Tetteh J. ZutahThis manual is the progeny of a thorough research into the most authoritative academic and practical materials that play in the complex area of Nursing Communication
by Yonason Herschlag
Maimonides & Metabolism: Unique Scientific Breakthroughs in Weight Loss. A Scientific Diet Book & Amazon Best Seller. "A considerably deeper and more rigorous treatment of the subject than normally offered." - Kirkus Reviews. Hundreds of cutting edge studies backing up the recommendations of Maimonides and the Talmud, 16 charts, 14 graphs/diagrams/pictures, 358 footnote references, a glossary and bibliography.
Get the keys to sustainable weight loss—reduce hunger, speed up met... more
by Dr. Carla Fry & Dr. Lisa FerrariDo you think you are raising an entitled child? Find out if you are unintentionally encouraging them to want, want, want all the time. Entitled children are not born; they are made. In this Modern Parents Guide, you’ll find out how to enrich your children’s lives by making gratitude and kindness real to them. Based on the latest in science and psychological research, this book will teach you the practical skills to buffer the effects of entitlement and turn your family around. • Discover why YOU... more
by Sally BlackFamily vacations and their memories are one of the greatest gifts parents can give their kids. On average most moms and dads get about 15 chances to create memorable travel experiences together before their kids head off to college. There are no "do overs" for a bad vacation. This book, Fearless Family Vacations - make everyone happy without losing your mind offers travel planning help for all types of modern families with kids of all ages. Written by an experienced travel agent who offers insi... more
by Marietta PritchardWhere would we like to die? The Way to Go looks at a small residential hospice that provides compassionate and expert care at the end of life. The author, a volunteer there for eight years, has combined narratives of patients' lives with excerpts from her own journals, as well as sketches of a devoted staff. This is a layered, candid portrait of a place where the author and others would be content to live out their days -- the way to go.