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by Kat EltonRESILIENT LIFE, learning to Thrive, not just survive with rheumatoid arthritis is a book for people who experience this disease themselves, or vicariously through a loved one. It is also a book about how to live well, regardless of your circumstance. It’s most especially for those people who have come to realize that when it comes to rheumatoid arthritis, and any chronic illness, there are no easy answers. In fact most of the time there are no right or wrong answers, just a lot of tough questio... more
by Stephanie HrehirchukIt's more than a detox; it's a daily self-care ritual. Nourish was inspired by one of our world’s most ancient and comprehensive sciences: Ayurveda. India's 5000 year-old science of life and sister science of yoga provides the wisdom needed to restore balance naturally. The 21-day program is infused with elegant Ayurvedic practices. It is designed to help you create a daily self-care ritual that nourishes body, mind and spirit.
by Scott Carroll, MDThere was a 40 fold increase in the diagnosis of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder between 1995 and 2005 spurred by early researchers promoting the "explosiveness" sign. Newer research has debunked the explosiveness theory, but the rate of new diagnosis has remained disturbingly high. So what is a parent to do if their psychiatrist says their child might have Bipolar disorder and wants to start heavy duty medication with serious side effects? This book will guide parents through the frightening proc... more
by Kenneth Schwarz, Ph.D.Die(t) Trying, a new book by the psychologist, Kenneth Schwarz, Ph.D., is a character-driven form of weight loss self-help. The book is staged as a murder mystery in which the reader immerses herself in the psychological lives of women who have trouble losing weight.
by Thomas Vas-DonThis book was written to make it easier to understand the principals of massage, anatomy, trigger points, and referral pain patterns. In this book, you will see the body broken down into sections from origin and insertions, range of motion, to pain referral patterns with pictures. This book was designed for students, but it will be a great benefit and addition to everyone.
by John Alton
In Autonomic Intelligence: Pathway to the Pulsatile Self and Sustainable Health, wellness entrepreneur and innovator John Alton introduces readers to concepts and practices that enhance “Autonomic Intelligence” or AuI: the ability to build and stockpile health by working the autonomic nervous system. Alton helps readers expand their AuI by providing a fully illustrated, concise, and understandable overview of the relationship between the autonomic nervous system and the cardiovasc... more
Conversations with Your Child: Suggestions for Parents - How to Have Meaningfull Talks Through Every Stage of Your Childs Lifeby JUSTINE LAMBROSCHINOConversations with Your Child offers suggestions for parents on how to communicate with their children through all the stages of growth. Developmental and cognitive information is shared from respected experts: Eriksen and Piaget. Sample conversations are presented.
by Beth Red
Those who need to write a statement of purpose for graduate school are probably very young and have never done it before. This makes it extremely difficult for them to know exactly what they need to do and how to do it properly. The only way you can be confident in your statement of purpose for graduate school is to get a little bit of help from professionals, and there is no better place to get it than on our website! Just a couple of clicks and you can get any type of expert help from editi... more
by Kristina CowanWhen Postpartum Packs a Punch offers solace to mothers who have faced traumatic birth and perinatal mood disorders, as well as a chorus of different voices—parents, experts, and researchers. All are singing the same song: while the U.S. has made strides in caring for new mothers, we still have far to go. Stigma silences women, and blinds those on the sidelines. Stories of others’ struggles are an antidote for stigma, because they let mothers know that they’re not alone. Kristina Cowan describe... more
by Lauren Glow
Cardiology is one of the most needed fields of healthcare nowadays as cardiac problems are still the number one killer amongst diseases in developed world. To become a professional in this sub-specialty, you need to get a proper education and later to join a fellowship that will allow you to work without any supervision. To do this, you will need to write a personal statement and to ensure it impresses the committee of your fellowship. To be completely confident in the success of your persona... more
Arm Yourself for Fit & Faithful Living: How God-Seeking Women Should Equip Themselves for True Healthby Sarah HanselHave you ever considered there was more to achieving your health goals than just a rock solid diet or exercise plan? Conquer these two avenues and go deeper in the trenches to tackle personal comparisons, insecurities, and mental struggles that thwart the very health goals you set out to accomplish. In this 14-week Christ-centered whole health journey, you will discover: ·\tHow to arm yourself against internal health battles ·\tHow connected your spiritual life is to your health ·\tHow to... more
by Heidi BeardNicholas Has Allergies explores the life of a little boy who struggles with food and pet allergies. Grow up with Nicholas; from his swollen eye to getting weekly allergy shots. This book will help parents and children as they prepare their own journey for answers. Based on actual events, see what one boy went through, and how he continues to stay a happy, healthy boy.
by Aarti Patel, N.D.Mainstream health care is overcrowded with gimmicks, "cures," fear-based messages, costly treatments, extreme diet and exercise regimens, and unreasonable claims of what perfect health should look like. Who can live like that long-term, and does this mindset bring about real change toward feeling better? The Art of Health is a fresh and revolutionary approach that will help you take charge of your own health first instead of focusing on what "everyone else" has to say about it. It highlights tha... more
by Upskill Learning
Upskill Learning connects you with courses to upskill to enhance your career. We’ve connected thousands of school leavers, uni-students, moms, dads, trades-people, business professionals, and basically, anyone looking to find a job, get a promotion or change roles with opportunities to build skills through government funded or financed qualifications.
by Leanne BermudaDo people tell you that you look older than your age? Are you struggling with wrinkles and fine lines and yet none of those wrinkle creams and treatments work for you? Do you want to approach a method that works and also improves your health at the same time? If you answer yes to all the above, this book is right for you! This book will tell you the logic behind aging - why some people don't crack and why you do and also impart to you five simple steps that you can use immediately which are inex... more
by Oscar Smithtapping into that inner child in all of us to enjoy exercise as we once did as a kid. Natural Strength is about you being motivated to add a daily fitness routine back into your lifestyle