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On The Other Side: The Journey of a Cancer Survivor
Like many other individuals, when I was first diagnosed with cancer I struggled to deal with my diagnosis. My first inclination was to learn as much as I could. I scanned and read dozens of books in search of the proper balance of information, guidance, inspiration and hope. But in the end, I found myself exasperated by the fact that nothing seemed to fill my needs. When a physician recommended that I write a book about my battle with cancer, I remembered that hopeless feeling I had experienced.... more info>>
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Optimal Nutrition for Optimal Health
With so much conflicting (and sometimes dangerous) information available about the role of diet in wellness, it's hard to know where to turn for dependable information. Destined to become a classic in its field, Optimal Nutrition for Optimal Health emphasizes the keystone of sound nutrition proper nutrition-and examines today's most cutting-edge and controversial health topics, including: food combining; blood-type diets; carbohydrate-free eating; cholesterol; fiber; lactose; glutenDr. Levy disp... more info>>
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Physiology : PreTest Self-Assessment and Review
This one-of-a-kind test prep guide helps you toget to know material on the physiology shelf exam and the USMLE Step 1; practice with 500 USMLE Step 1-style questions with referenced answers;review explanations for right and wrong answers; and build confidence, skills, and knowledge.
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Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests
This edition of this book is hailed as "a lean, mean reference machine."--Journal of Family Practice. This updated, information-rich resource facilitates the process of selecting and interpreting more than 350 commonly used diagnostic tests, from laboratory tests of electrocardiography. Key references accompany each test to assist with the practice of evidence-based medicine; includes chapters on laboratory procedures, therapeutic drug monitoring, useful algorithms, and more.
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Practical Psychoanalysis for Therapists and Patients
A clear and readable how-to manual for results-oriented psychoanalysis. By now, the term "practical psychoanalysis" has become an oxymoron. The way psychoanalytic treatment is generally conducted is extremely impractical and doesn't serve the needs of the vast majority of potential patients, who want to achieve maximum relief from emotional distress as quickly as possible. This unfortunate state of affairs is ironic, considering that psychoanalysis became popular on the basis of its therapeut... more info>>
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Principles of Surgery, Companion Handbook
Designed for quick reference by the busy student, resident, or practitioner, the Schwartz Handbook is now completely up-to-date and referenced to the seventh edition of Principles of Surgery. The emphasis is on diagnosis and surgical management, including the latest advances in surgical technique and technology.
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Retrain Your Brain, Reshape Your Body
Get off the dieting roller coaster and stopovereating at its source--the brain The brain is an adaptable organ, one that is alwayslearning and always rewiring itself. One of thereasons so many people struggle to lose weight is thattheir br
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Safety First for Savvy Seniors
"I've fallen and I can't get up." We've seen that commercial time and time again, but for seniors it's no joke. The Home Safety Council reports that deaths from home injuries and car accidents triple for adults between the ages of sixty-five and eighty-four, and are eight times as much for those eighty-five and older. The book describes simple dos and don'ts of basic safety techniques seniors can use at home, while traveling, behind the wheel of a car, in meal preparation, during a hospital stay... more info>>
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Sensual Rejuvenation: Maintaining Sexual Vigor Through Midlife and Beyond
Did you know that sex can dramatically boost your overall well-being? If you, like many people, are hitting midlife and feeling that sex is just not what it used to be, think again. While you are experiencing a variety of physical and emotional changes, sex can still be one of the enduring pleasures you can enjoy through midlife and on to your golden years. Now this unique guide provides important information on age-related changes in sexual function and offers a wide range of medical, holistic,... more info>>
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Sports Medicine
Easy access to concise, authoritative answers on the comprehensive range of health issues sports clinicians confront. Perfect as a desk reference or quick review for certification exams, this manual gives readers quick solutions to diagnostic and treatment questions, an abundance of useful tables and charts, emergency-care procedures, plus incisive strategies for keeping athletes healthy.
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Stress Management SourceBook
It's no secret that there is a near-epidemic of stress and stress-related diseases in the United States. Here with the cure is The Stress Management SourceBook, filled with useful stress-assessment tests and practical, holistic stress-reduction techniques.
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Stress the Silent Killer
It begins like any other day. After hours of tossing and turning, you have finally fallen into a fitful sleep when you are jarred awake by the blaring of your alarm clock. Already feeling depleted before the day begins, you drag yourself out of bed, stagger to the shower and try to shake off the nagging anticipation of another daily grind. You fly through the kitchen with a hasty good morning, grab your cup of coffee and bark at your 3 year old who is reaching for your arms with oatmeal covered ... more info>>
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The Art of Fighting Without Fighting: Techniques in Personal Threat Evasion
During the fight or flight syndrome we experience what is known as 'mid brain' where we are not discernible from animals and our only concern is that of survival. Our instinct in mid brain then is 'to run' away as opposed to 'stand and fight'. This instinct is deeply embedded in our genes and goes back thousands of years to our Mammalian ancestry where assailants were too great to stand and fight and 'flight' was always the favoured response. The art of posturing works on this proven premise and... more info>>
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The Arthritis SourceBook
The complete reference work on Arthritis.
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The Beauty Detox Solution: Eat Your Way to Radiant Skin, Renewed Energy and the Body You've Always Wanted
Nutritionist and beauty expert Kimberly Snyder helps dozens of A-list celebrities get red-carpet ready-and now you're getting the star treatment. Kim used to struggle with coarse hair, breakouts and stubborn belly fat, until she traveled the world, learning age-old beauty secrets. She discovered that what you eat is the ultimate beauty product, and she's developed a powerful program that rids the body of toxins so you can look and feel your very best. With just a few simple diet changes, you wil... more info>>
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The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest
With the right lifestyle, experts say, chances are that you may live up to a decade longer. What’s the prescription for success? National Geographic Explorer Dan Buettner has traveled the globe to uncover the best strategies for longevity found in the Blue Zones: places in the world where higher percentages of people enjoy remarkably long, full lives. And in this dynamic book he discloses the recipe, blending this unique lifestyle formula with the latest scientific findings to inspire easy... more info>>
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The Brain and the Inner World
The Brain and the Inner World is an eagerly-awaited account of a momentous revolution. Subjective mental states like consciousness, emotion, and dreaming were once confined to the realm of philosophy, psychoanalysis, and the human sciences. These topics now assume center stage in leading neuroscientific laboratories around the world. This shift has produced an explosion of new insights into the natural laws that govern our inner life. By two pioneers in the field, The Brain and the Inner Worl... more info>>
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The Breast Cancer Survivor's Fitness Plan
The only breast cancer recovery program designed by a Harvard doctor and survivor and approved by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) Feel healthy again. Regain control of your life. Exciting new research reveals that regular exercise can reduce the chance of breast cancer recurrence and extend your life. Exercise can also help you recover energy, strength, and flexibility diminished by lifesaving breast cancer treatments. Dr. Carolyn Kaelin is a leading breast cancer surgeon who understands ... more info>>
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The Cancer Pain SourceBook
If you or someone you love is one of the 34 million cancer patients experiencing chronic pain, this book offers a comprehensive and compassionate approach to managing and alleviating the discomfort associated with this debilitating condition. Written by top pain-management specialists affiliated with one of the nation's most prestigious institutes, this important resource explains the causes of cancer pain and describes the various treatments available--from standard therapies to advanced care. ... more info>>
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The Chopra Center Cookbook: Nourishing Body and Soul
From the renowned #1 New York Times bestselling author comes a revolutionary cookbook to renew body, mind, and spirit Bestselling author Deepak Chopra, MD, is one of the world's greatest leaders in the field of mind-body medicine. His bestselling books, including The Seven Laws of Spiritual Success; Ageless Body, Timeless Mind; and Perfect Health, have sold more than 10 million copies. Now, here is Deepak Chopra's first-ever cookbook. The world-famous Chopra Center for Well Being in La Jolla,... more info>>
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The Clothesline Diet
At twenty-six years old, with two toddlers to care for, Karen Gatt weighed nearly 300 pounds. She'd tried diet after diet, only to find the scale tipping ever higher. Depressed and disgusted with herself, Karen was at the breaking point. It was time to change her life. Barely able to walk to the mailbox, she forced herself to walk around the clothesline in her backyard every day. She cleaned out her cupboards and designed a healthy, easy-to-follow eating plan. And in just one year she walked off... more info>>
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The Dying of Enoch Wallace
Until recently, theories of the brain and its diseases, and how it gives rise to mind and emotions were based on the model of a static, non-renewable network of nerve cells and their connections. Then, seemingly overnight, a revolutionary new conception of the brain emerged in the mid-1990s. The sudden convergence of discoveries that had been building over decades led to the revelation that, far from being an immutable black box, the brain is a plastic, ever-changing marvel, no less dynamic than... more info>>
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The Fat Flush Foods
Everything you need to know about the top fifty Fat Flushing foods The New York Times bestselling The Fat Flush Plan is helping millions lose weight, cleanse their bodies, and lead healthier lives by eating foods that flush away fat while building vitality and strength. Now The Fat Flush Foods highlights the "super" foods, herbs, spices, and supplements that help you speed up fat loss and reap maximum health benefits. The Fat Flush Foods features: The Top 50 Super Foods that burn fat, boost you... more info>>
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The Glycemic-Load Diet
A cardiologist's revolutionary weight-loss plan that allows dieters to enjoy good carbs while still losing weight The glycemic index has been the basis of many popular diets. But it doesn't take into account the serving sizes people actually eat and eliminates too many foods for dieters to stick with it. Now Dr. Robert Thompson's breakthrough program uses the glycemic load--the glycemic index adjusted for serving size--to take the GI a step forward. The glycemic load is a more accurate and effe... more info>>
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The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating During Pregnancy
 No strict diets, no scary guidelines--just the essential nutrition expectant moms need to start their babies on the road to lifelong health All parents know that kids need nutritious foods as they grow. But new research confirms that what you eats during pregnancy can also profoundly affect the health of your baby when that baby becomes an adult--for better or for worse. Endorsed by the Harvard Medical School and written by one of the world's leading experts in nutrition for pregnant wome... more info>>
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