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Helping people to give up smoking can be easy

by Fabio Lugoboni

Why is it so difficult to quit smoking? Often the main obstacle is the fear of failing. The situation is no different for health professionals, especially doctors. They too often stop because of their fear of...


Receive Your Healing

by Gabriel Agbo

This book is about how to receive divine healing. Can God still heal? Yes! Can we live in good and perfect health today? Yes! Our God is the same yesterday, today and forevermore. Expect your healing as you...


A Guide to Health

by Gandhi

As the familiar saying goes, ‘Prevention is better than cure.’ It is far easier and safer to prevent illness by the observance of the laws of health than to set about curing the illness which has been brought...


How am I? Guide

by C Michael Wright

A healthy aging guide that will give you all the tips you need to navigate the decades that span from the end of youth to the beginning of old age. Written by an expert in preventive medicine, it explains in...


Medication Management for 50+

by Trang Nguyen

Do you take more than five medications, vitamins, and supplements? Does your pharmacist review your medicines every time you buy a new prescription, get a sample, receive a mail-order prescriptions, or buy over-the-counter...


Herbs for Medicinal Use: Get Health, Longevity, Reduce Inflammation, Anxiety, & Increase Well Being

by Betty White

Heal wounds, soothe aches and pains, fix slow digestion, lose weight, and reduce stress. Be healthy! These are just some of the herbal remedies that will be covered in this book. Barb Slocum shows you how simple...


The Life Pill

by Alfred Sparman, Md

We doctors have been patching up diseases for too long. We need to STOP. Some of the drugs currently used have dire side effects and may even be lethal. However all may not be lost. Man was intended to live...


Building a Healthy Child

by Melina Roberts, N.D.

Melina Roberts, N.D., has developed a revolutionary program that introduces infants and toddlers to food that helps them develop their bodies and health.

Many parents feed their children as if theyre adults,...


Avoidable Causes of Childhood Cancer

by Samuel S. Epstein & Allesandra C. Gibson

The Increasing Incidence but Decreasing Mortality Rates Of Major Childhod Cancers, 1975-2009* SITE % Increase Incidence % Decrease Mortality** Overall 35 53 Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia 58 70 Bone & Joint 57 33...


Hazing Aging

by Robert Buckingham Md Facp

When you get older, your joints dont have to hurt, your heart doesnt have to fail, and your brain doesnt have to rot.

But all those things will likely happenand youll be a shell of your former selfif you dont...


Disease Reprieve

by Dr. T. C. McDaniel

The Golden Years Society Inc. is pleased to announce the publication of Disease Reprieve by Dr. T. C. McDaniel. Dr. McDaniel is a sole practitioner in Cincinnati, specializing in Cardiovascular-Renal disease....


Criminal Indifference of the Fda to Cancer Prevention

by Samuel S. Epstein M.D.

Samuel S. Epstein, M.D. is professor emeritus of Environmental and Occupational Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health, and Chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition, and...


The Value-Driven Eye Care Game

by Alistair L. Jackson M.Ed F.A.A.O. & Larry J. Alexander O.D F.A.A.O.

With the establishment of optometry as the primary eye care profession, and significant reforms under way in health care, the opportunity exists now to add value to an independent eye care practice for both...


You, God, Hormones, and Health

by Judy Ponsford

Do you get up in the morning and hit the floor eager to tackle your day, or do you get up and just hit the floor? Todays women live with a lot of physical and emotional stress. Imagine how well you can serve...


Read the Prescription Label

by Mary Sue McAslan

In 1999, the Institute of Medicine published its landmark report, To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System, in which it stated that nearly 98,000 people die needlessly every year due to preventable medical...


Bio-Identical Hormones and Telomerase

by Dr. Hiroshi Demura & Dr. Edmund Chein

As we grow older, many of us experience a tremendous amount of frustration because something inside us doesnt work the way it used to. Nutrition experts tell us to eat certain kinds of food some claim free radicals...


Or Eyes

by Kathleen E. Volpe-Schaffer

Unbelievably real operating room cases brought to book format told from an OR nurses professional point of view so you too can learn to prevent the sometimes disfiguring and disabling effects of some of the...


Psychometrically Relevant Differences between Source and Migrant Populations

by Patrick Brzoska

Psychometrically relevant population differences may limit the transferability of research instruments between migrants and their source population and may contribute to a low performance of quantitative questionnaires....


Time for Health Education

by Kaarina Määttä & Satu Uusiautti

Health and healthy life styles are something that we all would like to induce in our youths and children. This book provides a new perspective for health education. It represents Finnish ideas and solutions...


Health Communication

by Do Kyun Kim, Arvind Singhal & Gary L. Kreps

Promotion of healthy behaviors and prevention of disease are inextricably linked to cultural understandings of health and well-being. Health communication scholarship and practice can substantially and strategically...