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Health, Diet & Parenting
by Coach MelvinDogs do not discriminate about whom they bite. You are a potential victim, regardless of your race, creed, color, religious affiliation, size, height, or weight. Even your country of origin is of no concern to a dog. All dogs of every country speak the same language: bark.
by Patricia French Crilly, R. N.
by Bruce ScherThe real deal solution for weight loss. Written by Diet Expert who lost 75 pounds in 12 weeks.
by Renee Frances, B.S., B.Ed., M.A.REMy, the Good Night Fairy, helps a young girl use the empowering experience of Lucid Dreaming to change her nightmare to a happier, more playful dream in this beautifully illustrated bedtime book, written in verse. Complete with a child-friendly guide, readers will learn how to actively participate - and have control - in their own dreams!
by Ivy Faske, M.D.
The book is subtitled: "What Parents Need To Know about the Physiology, Care and Development of Newborns to Young Children."
The 226-page soft-cover book is in full color and contains more than 220 photographs of normal (and not-so-normal) newborn rashes, "geographic" tongue, sore and strep throats, the normal resolution of a hemangioma, chicken pox and shingles, different types of diaper rashes, conjunctivitis, fifth disease, eczema, hives, poison ivy, ringworm and ... more
by Matthew WhartonThis book tracks what 365 days of solid commitment can do. Once this commitment becomes a habit, the results of decreased body fat and increased athleticism become not only attainable and sustainable but inevitable for anyone who is struggling with excess body fat. And the solution only takes one day to work: today! Choose FITness Not FATness Today! enlightens the reader by removing the guilt associated with obesity that is experienced by people living in a culture obsessed with the lean b... more
by Christopher Foster
"You have cancer." Anyone who has received this diagnosis knows the gut-wrenching fear these words can bring. But suppose these words could bring light, not darkness, and courage instead of fear? The Upside of Cancer is a pocket guide, born of personal experience, that helps cancer patients find joy and inner peace.
by Gilbert GbedawoThis book addresses the issues confronting parents, students, schools, and governments as they struggle to cope with the challenges of new migrants, migration, and to how to effectively educate them. The book examines the causes of underachievement among ethnic minorities in the United Kingdom, especially people of African and Afro-Caribbean descent. It highlights the frustrations of teachers in mainstream schools as they interact with children from overseas and some ethnic minorities. It also g... more
by joel cohenEmergency medicine expert Robert Derlet, MD and experienced geriatric care physician Joel Cohen, MD offer priceless insights and insider tips on how emergency care and hospital treatment harms older adults – particularly frail elderly. Baby Boomers, chronically-ill seniors, caregivers and home-based healthcare providers of all stripes will gain valuable insights to help older adults get the best possible care. Why do seniors wilt while under care in hospitals? Learn about a trailblazing “Die-... more
by Bruce Henderson
Focusing on how to adopt a healthy vegetarian or vegan diet, A Vegan Primer explains the basics for getting started, including recipes, diet tips and carefully researched information. The book helps readers to discover delicious, nutrition-packed alternative foods as well as giving them the tools to take charge of their health, manage stress and improve their mental outlook. A Vegan Primer helps those new to the lifestyle to get a footing while taking a more generalized and ... more
by tracy bryanDo you know someone who has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? Maybe you have a friend or family member that has been diagnosed with ADHD? Or maybe you have it yourself? ADHD is a common medical condition that affects brain functioning. It’s so common that currently 6.4 million American children ages 4-17 have been diagnosed with it. That's a lot of kids! That's why it's really important for all kids and adults to understand a little bit about what ADHD is, so we can all support each othe... more
by Ann Maureen Marquez
by Shelly A WallaceThis book is jammed packed with valuable information: resources, and tips, including: - The ins and outs of diabetes and it's affect on the body - How to lower blood sugar and decrease A1C - Medication and side effects - Body cleansing regimens - Exercise routines that help you lose weight and manage stress and much more
by Mitzi ReedWhat I am about to share with you is not unique! See if you can relate to any of my experiences or be reminded of any of your own that make you feel less than you are. Too many of us are experiencing what I went through and are continuing to deal with weight and poor self-image issues. There is a way out of this unhappy space of living by following my steps to find your beauty within . . . for the truth is that true beauty has no shape Awakening to your inner beauty will take you on an inward ... more
by Jackie RiouxOver 101 ways to improve your child's experience. Dear Daycare Parent addresses the entire daycare and preschool environment. After reading this book you will have a greater understanding of what to expect and how to make the experience the best it can possibly be for you and your child.
by Ya-Ling J. Liou, D.C.Persistent pain affects one-fifth of adults in the U.S., according to a National Health Interview Survey. Those pains that seemingly come out of nowhere and plague day-to-day life are sending out an important warning signal. Something needs to change — now. Seattle author Ya-Ling Liou, D.C., sheds light on why pain develops, how to make it stop, and how to keep in from reoccurring in her new book, Every Body's Guide to Everyday Pain (Return to Health Press, 2016).