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Book: The Syrup Maze - An Inspirational Journey Through Recovery From a Traumatic Brain Injury by Debbie Simpson
Miracles happen every day. This is one of them. From severe TBI to recovery. Just two and a half weeks after telling mom, "We are treating his body in case he wakes up," the doctor told her, "We weren't expecting this." They were amazed. Michael was in the wrong place, at the wrong time, caught between two cars that should not have been on the road. His mom started a CaringBridge account in order [...]
 
Book: First, Do No Harm (Brier Hospital Series) by Lawrence Gold
I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK FROM START TO FINISH - ByPrin "Prin" Normally I do not read novels, I prefer non-fiction..but I chose this b/c it was written by a Doctor and set in a hospital. The stories gripped me from the beginning and held me till the end. While it had a little romance it was not the steamy, trashy kind that I hate. I can't wait for a second book. Get busy writing Doc!! If you [...]
 
Book: Out of darkness (Brier Hospital) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
Out of Darkness deals with the abhorrent problem of human trafficking, the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the 21st century, ranking second after drug smuggling. There are more young American girls entering the commercial sex industry an estimated 300,000 at this moment and their ages have been dropping drastically the average starting age is an alarming thirteen. Out of Darkness follows [...]
 
Book: After the Roux - New Orleans Cooking Made Easy (Volume 1) by Brian thomas Federico
My Mom taught me how to cook. Since she became ill I thought I would take her recipes and some of mine, along with traditional New Orleans recipes and publish them in her honor and so she would live on forever. What is different about After the Roux is that each recipe comes with cooking tips, and a story. Moreover, I cover New Orleans Italian cuisine along with the city's traditional Creole and [...]
 
Book: No Cure for Murder (Brier Hospital Series) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
*** Superb! January 14, 2013 By Dorothy I started and finished this book in one day. I am an avid reader of mysteries. As a retired nurse, medical mysteries grab my attention before all others. The plot for this book is not only superb, it is a 10 star work in that we have more than one mystery, and all of it is woven together so well, we never loose track. The characters are totally believable [...]
 
Book: A Tribute to the 109th Evacuation Hospital (SM) by Dr. James Van Keuren and Mark A. Walters
This is the untold story of the 109th Evacuation Hospital (SM) which provides the reader with a piece of history about evacuation hospital semi-mobile units and my father-in-law's experiences during World War II. The veteran's interviews painted a picture of teamwork close to the front lines. Here the danger was so palpable and close to our young soldiers, as told by a nurse: " The boys were only [...]
 
Book: The Sixth Sense (Brier Hospital Series) by Lawrence Gold
FROM FIVE STAR REVIEW: This is either the fifth or sixth of Dr. Lawrence Gold's books that I have read and I have loved each and every one of them. Dr. Gold never fails to keep my interest, nor does he fail to write a good book. This is a medical mystery. In this book you will learn things, get embroiled in a mystery, and have your funny bone tickled every so often. I started this book today and [...]
 
Book: Scrumptious Meals from India Volume One by Sudesh Abrol
This is the first Volume in a multi-volume set of cookbooks aimed at the non-Indian cook who would like to learn the basics of Indian cookery from a former restaurant owner and chef. This volume focuses on introductory knowledge of spices, measures and approaches and includes recipes for starters, soups and drinks.
 
Book: The Cheap and Easy Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bill (The Cheap and Easy Series Book 3) by Amanda Alix
Food and grocery costs can make a big dent in your household budget. As supermarkets continue to offer more and varied products, our grocery bills tend to get bigger while our diets become less healthy. Here's the good news: It doesn't have to be this way. In this ebook, I'll demonstrate how to save money on groceries by teaching you: ~How supermarkets use their real estate and sales flyers to [...]
 
Book: Food for Thought - Second Course by Nancy Ann DeRosa
Emma Craven's excitement over marrying a chef is dimmed when her fiance, Gary Parker, decides to open up a new restaurant. Against her better judgement, Emma soon finds herself the manager of The Green Spruce Grill. Her grades for her teaching-degree courses plummet. Her wedding plans are fraught with complications. And she now finds herself trying to please her family, friends, and Gary--all the [...]
 
Book: To Err Is Common by Margot Terrence
It's 3AM. Do you know where your nurse is? It is a sad truth that each year around 200,000 people enter American hospitals for one reason and leave on a funeral-home gurney for a completely different reason. And while there have been many TV and movie portrayals of life in a hospital, much of what really happens remains a mystery. And a lot happens! Join Andrea Pastori, R.N., a bright, attractive [...]
 
Book: Ukrainian Cuisine Guide by Val Shoss, Helen Smirnoff, Nikita Lysytskiy
If you plan to visit Ukraine, you will surely face some important questions: how to get there, where to spend the night and of course what to eat and drink. Meanwhile all concerning transport, accommodation and places of interest is studied thoroughly and described in lots of guides, there is a lack of information about national cuisine. It is really bad, as Ukrainian cuisine is worth trying it. [...]
 
Book: Get Yo Life - 52 Weeks of Spiritual Food by Sexcee Jackson
We're smart enough to know wrong from right. We're intelligent enough to pick good over bad. We're even wise enough to know our strengths from our weaknesses. Even so, as women, some days we find our self-esteem playing tug-of-war with the Devil and when we take a minute to examine our lives and the choices we've made, we may be surprised to find ourselves drowning in our own self-induced [...]
 
Book: Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets & Parents by James G. Mushen
Disaster preparedness for urban dwellers, do you live in the city? What have you done to protect you, your family, your parents and pets when the; earthquake, flood, fire, hurricane or other disaster suddenly destroys your world? What is emergency preparedness anyway? Do you have any emergency food or will your kids go hungry? What will you do when the power grid is gone and with it the light, [...]
 
Book: Body and Soul - The necessity of food by Shannon Gilmour
Food is a personal journey for all of us. It's something we love to hate but hate to love as we struggle to let go of the want for food realizing we desperately need it. While science has claimed to reveal all of food's secrets there is one secret yet to be discovered. It's a discovery that will change your life as it is a discovery that enables you to live in health and longevity to stand in [...]
 
Book: Fat Boy Thin Man by Michael Prager
Fat from an early age, the author had an obese adolescence that last into his 30s. Despite having lost more than 130 pounds three times, he weighed 365 in October 1991, when he began accepting that he might be a food addict, and undertaking the practices and treatments designed for alcoholics. "Fat Boy Thin Man" relates what it was like to grow up fat, what it was like to experience reliable [...]
 
Book: HEALING FOODS - Practical Guide to the Health Benefits and Medicinal Properties of Food by Naya Lizardo
Health starts with food! Discover how you can reduce or eliminate your medical symptoms by simply changing the foods you eat. HEALING FOODS is an practical guide to the health benefits and medicinal uses food. Covering 40 of the most antioxidant rich, vitamin and mineral-packed superfoods around, this book will show you what foods to eat to help you live longer, reduce your need for medications, [...]
 
Book: Gaps Diet Made Easy - How to Beat Autism With Food - Eating the Right Food to Succeed On the Gaps Diet by Lynda Warwick
Does the GAPS diet help autism? Parents of children with Autism are learning that making changes to their child's diet along with traditional therapy and medication is showing promising results. Physicians are saying that altering the diet is one of the most promising treatments for Autistic children. Doctors are realizing that the body of an Autistic patient is much different than other [...]
 
Book: My Story of Survival - The ultimate low-reactive diet for allergies, gut problems, food intolerances and chemical sensitivities by Mimi Emmanuel
SOOTHE YOUR GUT AND ENJOY THE LUXURY OF HEALTH AGAIN What if you could regain your health? Feel like a youngster again. Eat food you like without suffering from indigestion or migraines. Would it be possible to heal your gut and heal your body? Imagine how good this would feel! VERY POPULAR BOOK Mimi's research on the subject proved so thorough that within days of its launch 'My Story of [...]
 
Book: The Chakra Energy Diet - The Right Food, Relaxation, Yoga & Exercise To Look and Feel your Best! by Becca Chopra
EAT YOUR WAY INTO BALANCE. Being overweight, unhappy or physically in pain are CLUES about which of your CHAKRAS, the energy centers in your body, are out-of-balance. Part I provides secrets to remove the stressors that sabotage your health and your waistline. Part II offers a quiz as to which of your chakras are most stressed, and the foods and activities to add in to optimize how you look and [...]
 
Book: Adam's Gluten Free Surprise - Helping Others Understand Gluten Free by Debbie Simpson
One of the best ways to help a child who needs to be gluten free is to help the important adults in his/her life understand what this means. For someone who doesn't need to follow a strict gluten-free diet, it can be difficult to understand. After all, the word "diet" usually means "cheat a little." For a person with celiac (or nonceliac gluten sensitivity) 100% adherence is very important. Yes, [...]
 
Book: Hailey's Gluten Free Surprise - Helping Others Understand Gluten Free by Debbie Simpson
One of the best ways to help a child who needs to be gluten free is to help the important adults in his/her life understand what this means. For someone who doesn't need to follow a strict gluten-free diet, it can be difficult to understand. After all, the word "diet" usually means "cheat a little." For a person with celiac (or nonceliac gluten sensitivity) 100% adherence is very important. Yes, [...]
 
Book: Food as an Idol - The Types, Causes, Consequences, Conquering, and Prevention of Disordered Eating by Pamela K Orgeron
The best-selling book for ABC's Ministries, Food as an Idol: Finding Freedom from Disordered - Eating published in 2017 offers hope and practical methods to overcoming and preventing disordered eating. This book is an adapted version of that book intended to reach a broader audience, especially classroom educators. The first book entitled Food as an Idol was born out of the author's own struggle [...]
 
Book: Love on Stage (Rivals in Love Book 6) by P.C. Zick
An actress intent on finding her place in the theater after leaving Hollywood. A fire fighter reeling from a bitter divorce. When she inherits money to open her own playhouse, the inspection ignites love at first sight. Ruby Crandall, the twin of Rock, often faded into the background with her large family. But the way to gain attention came to her in the form of acting. After her character is [...]
 
Book: 27 Food Hacks by Mike Carraway
In this book you will discover health, energy, drive, and clarity - along with some weight loss. What you won't find within these pages is a diet. Nor will you find any special exercise methods or workout programs. Instead, you are going to see how easy, healthy, and cost conscious it is - to eat CLEAN and eat great food. You'll also begin to feel more - energetic - you'll want to get out and go [...]
 
Book: Vitamins, Minerals, & More! - Food Groups, Functions of the Body, and Deficiencies (Symptoms) by Michelle J. Bever
It is always better to walk in knowledge than blindly without knowing why. I am one who wants to know why, what, and where. This book explains the reason why you need and should eat the foods for each Vitamin, Mineral, and more. It explains for each Vitamin, Minerals, Trace Element, Cell Salt, and more the foods that go with each and what function in the body that they help with. Deficiencies are [...]
 
Book: Paleo Cookbook - Soups & Stews For People Who Love To Eat by Elizabeth Vine
Soups and Stews #1 Bestseller on SALE Soups and stews are most often thought of as comfort foods. Regardless of diet - there's a soup version that can be incorporated into your routine! But how about the favourites? Grandma's Chicken Noodle. Italian Minestrone. Spicy Thai Coconut. Mexican Meatball. Irish Guinness Stew. Why sacrifice flavour when you're eating healthy and clean? With this guide [...]
 
Book: Thirteen West by Jane Toombs
Ever been inside a state psychiatric hospital? That's an experience Sarah Goodrow Fenz had hoped never to repeat. Years ago, as a young woman, she'd been a student nurse taking her psychiatric affiliation at the state hospital. Now, matured and affluent enough, with an adult daughter by her side, Sarah is suddenly compelled to pick up a drunken derelict off the streets of San Diego and take him [...]
 
Book: Times Pendulum Swings Again by Joy M. Lilley
Jenny is working as a nurse when she meets Seb. She is young, living with her mother, and has had a strict religious upbringing. Seb is a handsome successful surgical registrar that Jenny is incapable of resisting his charms, and eventually falls in love with Seb. They buy a flat and move into together much against Jenny's mother's wishes. It is then one day Seb confesses to Jenny that he is [...]
 
Book: Blessed and Betrayed by Sandy Appleyard
Victoria's life is a jigsaw puzzle. Her nightmares, unfeeling mother and a secret picture of her sister, are the puzzle pieces. The ghost of her nanny and her best friend begin to help her put the puzzle together. A near fatal accident reveals one of the missing pieces, but will Victoria solve the puzzle in time? Blessed with the love of her life and betrayed by the secrets of her past, Victoria [...]
 
Book: Memoirs from the Asylum by Kenneth Weene
What is it like to work inside a state hospital or to be a patient in such a hospital? What is it like to live inside the mind of such a patient? This tragi-comedic novel takes the reader inside the asylum, inside the worlds of three central characters: a narrator who has taken refuge from his fears of the world, a psychiatrist whose own life has been damaged by his father's depression, and a [...]
 
Book: Never Too Late (Brier Hospital) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
FROM FIVE STAR REVIEW: The author writes a story that makes you realize that it is never too late to fulfill your dreams. Isabel Kramer found that training for the Boston Marathon was no easy task. Ms. Kramer is a psychiatrist, 60 years of age and had always wanted to be a runner from a teenage. It just seemed that every time Isabel wanted to do something her mother stopped her. Isabel's high [...]
 
Book: Dancing with Rachel by Ken Montrose
Two very different narrators voice the novella Dancing with Rachel. Voices torment the first narrator, David an ex-football player just trying to make a life for himself. He calls his auditory hallucinations "The Chorus." They have names and even personalities. While naive staff members claim the voices aren't real, David knows otherwise. He can hear The Chorus clearly. He can point to where they [...]
 
Book: Intricate Intentions by Jennifer Rayes
Blow after blow has tried to knock her down, but Gaia is determined to fight till the end. Now Queen of Ica, the tables have turned. The hunter becomes the hunted as the balance of justice is forced to shift. As her name and actions begin to spread across the kingdoms, she sets out to wage war against the corrupt, and be the voice of the oppressed. Is her will strong enough to withstand? Or will [...]
 
Book: Tortured Memory (Brier Hospital Series) by Lawrence Gold
Tortured Memory, a Brier Hospital series novel, is a mystery, suspense thriller involving Abbie Adler, a child and adolescent psychiatrist. Abbie, a victim of abuse herself, has the insights needed to make her an effective therapist. In addition, she treats adults in individual and group therapy sessions for a broad range of psychiatric problems including depression, personality disorders, [...]
 


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