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Book: Seizure - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 3) by Robert I. Katz
A Surgeon Living the High Life... and a Detective that Can't Wait to Retire! Richard Kurtz is a surgeon with a growing practice, a luxury apartment on the East Side of Manhattan and a beautiful girlfriend. Lew Barent is a police detective. He has chronic migraine headaches, a son-in-law he can barely stand and a job that he's looking forward to leaving. > > > Third Time's a Charm... Unless You're [...]
 
Book: Cutting Through The Academic Crap - An Informal Guide to Writing Your Dissertation by April Taylor
A short, no-nonsense, practical and informal guide for students dealing with the nitty-gritty of writing and presenting your dissertation for college or university. Explains terminology used by your tutors, the format and appearance of your finished dissertation, how to manipulate software and the likely problems the software will throw at you. There is also advice on how to manage your project [...]
 
Book: GREEN UP YOUR MEDICINE - Easy Natural & Herbal Remedies & Recipes for Good Health by Pilar Bueno
GREEN up your MEDICINE from International Best Selling Author Pilar Bueno - Are you tired with traditional, pharmaceutical solution to common illnesses and ailments? Are you worried about side effects of over the counter medications? Do you want to find natures way of dealing with these issues so that you can throw out the toxins in your medicine cabinet? Green up your Medicine will teach you: [...]
 
Book: The Anatomy Lesson - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 2) by Robert I. Katz
While trying to put the past behind him, surgeon Richard Kurtz finds himself swept up into another murder investigation The murder of his former girlfriend, Sharon Lee, has been solved, and surgeon Richard Kurtz has finally managed to put the past behind him, settling back into a routine of teaching medical students and residents and taking care of patients. He has a new love interest in graphic [...]
 
Book: Surgical Risk - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 1) by Robert I. Katz
Do you love a hero who pulls no punches and never gives up? Richard Kurtz has a reputation as a tough guy, a reputation that he considers absurd, despite the 300 pound biker on a drug induced rampage who Kurtz recently knocked out in the ER. Kurtz is a surgeon, a good surgeon, if he does say so himself (which he does, despite the old joke about how if you ask a surgeon to name the three best [...]
 
Book: The Chairmen - A Kurtz and Barent Mystery (Kurtz and Barent Mysteries Book 4) by Robert I. Katz
He hoped that his involvement in crime fighting was over. But life seems to have other ideas. Kurtz has settled back into work as a general surgeon, teaching students and residents and planning his wedding to graphic artist Lenore Brinkman, but things are not so placid as they seem in Staunton College of Medicine. > > > A dangerous stalker throws the medical college into a frenzy The Chairman of [...]
 
Book: Laminar Flow by Timothy H. Cook
What does being a doctor really feel like? What is it like to get called out in the middle of the night to care for a desperately ill patient, to be the one everyone depends on? Bob Gilsen knows only too well. And what does a fifteenth century physician, who gets called out in the middle of the night in winter, possibly have to offer his patient? This is the beginning of The Book of Drachma, a [...]
 
Book: Unusual Medicinal Herbs (Herbal Medicine from Your Garden or Windowsill) by Frann Leach
Most gardeners I know like to have a few plants that are a bit different. If these plants also come with a readymade story - such as that you found it growing wild on the compost heap when you moved in, or that it is used to treat such and such an ailment, so much the better. In "Unusual Medicinal Herbs" you'll discover 28 unusual plants, all of which have some medicinal purpose, and often other [...]
 
Book: Home Remedies and How to Make Them (Herbal Medicine from Your Garden or Windowsill) by Frann Leach
Most of us grow a few herbs in the garden or on the windowsill, but even though we know that they were originally grown as natural medicine, we probably don't know how to go about doing so for ourselves. Although there are many different types of remedy, making natural remedies from herbs is easy enough. First you collect what you need, then you either store it for later use or follow simple [...]
 
Book: Challenging Children - Success With Homeopathy by Linlee Jordan
"Challenging Children: Success with homeopathy" is a collection of stories about kids with health and behaviour problems, who have successfully been helped with homeopathic medicine. The stories have been gathered from all around Australia and that's what inspired the book in the first place. The author, Linlee Jordan, wanted everyone to hear about the kids from all the corners of our continent [...]
 
Book: The Impact of the Human Stress Response - The Biologic Origins of Human Stress by Mary Wingo, Ph.D.
"The Impact of the Human Stress Response: The biological origins and solutions to human stress" is a humanitarian work intended to educate the public world-wide about the true costs of preventable human stress. It is priced so that most people in most communities can access this information affordably. Millions of lives are lost and trillions of dollars are wasted every year because of our [...]
 
Book: The Alternative Medicine Cabinet by Dr. Kathy Gruver
This book is a must-have for anyone seeking to expand their knowledge of natural health and mind/body medicine, written in an easy to understand and informative way. The Alternative Medicine Cabinet covers a wide range of modalities such as massage techniques, homeopathics and Bach Flower Essences, and also provides natural solutions for common ailments like stress, back pain, sleep issues, and [...]
 
Book: Curandero by R. L. Mosz
Curandero is a compilation of true experiences interwoven into a fictitious story that traces one man's harrowing journey into the realm of mind-body medicine and beyond. Stefan Campeau is a high-flying journalist who appears to have it all. But a giant anvil called fate crashes down on the handsome writer, leaving him terminally ill, destitute, and unsightly. The best allopathic treatment [...]
 
Book: Neuromuscular massage therapy - Alternative Medicine by Malini Chaudhri
This book is a technical description of neuro-muscular techniques in massage therapy to manage advanced care. It is the fundamentals of bodywork, fitness, health, energy, physique, flexibility, mobility and more. It teaches the therapist aspects of stretch, proprioception, assessment, injury correction and advanced movements to facilitate sportsmen or patients under rehabilitation. Active sports [...]
 
Book: Home Remedies from Weeds and Wild Flowers (Herbal Medicine from Your Garden or Windowsill) by Frann Leach
Not all of us are into formal gardening. A good solution is to make a wildlife garden, with a wild flower meadow and patches of important food plants for wildlife. So you end up with a garden full of weeds and other wild plants. Can you make home remedies from such unpromising material? Yes, you can. Natural remedies go back into antiquity, and if you think about it, there wasn't the range of [...]
 
Book: Finding Hope - When Facing Serious Disease by Dr. Steven J. Sommer
When he almost lost his life in 2012, holistic medical practitioner Dr.Steven Sommer, became inspired and determined to share his experience andknowledge before his life was done. The result is this, his first book. In it,he shares his patients' and his own personal journey exploring how to defy theodds with Meditation as medicine, Lifestyle as therapy, Mind-body weaving,Epigenetics, [...]
 
Book: Songs for Indian Medicine by Mitch Battese
Songs for Indian Medicine is a riveting and perplexing story of the fragmentation of American Indian communities, families and culture. Written by an American Indian counselor and psychotherapist, the story merges the complex lives of three women and their families in a way that leads the reader into a maze of Native life on and off Indian reservations. The reader is challenged to separate [...]
 
Book: Now Is the Time to Believe by Thomas E Walker
Now is the Time to Believe will connect you to something greater than yourselves through explaining how God has always loved us and shown mercy so that each generation is given an opportunity to learn and build a personal relationship with Him. Now is the Time to Believe provides each reader with a different approach to understanding who God is and why God loves us so much that He has continually [...]
 
Book: Home Remedies from Culinary Herbs and Spices (Herbal Medicine from Your Garden or Windowsill) by Frann Leach
If you grow herbs and spices for use in the kitchen, you may not know that most of them were originally used as medicine, only finding their way into our cooking comparatively recently. That's good to know, but what do you use them for? "Home Remedies from Culinary Herbs" tells you. Many herbs and spices are used in aromatherapy as well, although some are so strong that they should not be used [...]
 
Book: Maria's Mixes - A How-To Guide On Making Your Own Herbal Teas by Maria Yeager
Maria's Mixes gives you all the information you need to make gourmet herbal teas in the privacy of your own home and at very low cost. This book contains detailed descriptions of each herb used in each recipe, plus recommended suppliers of tea products. Also included are famous herbal tea recipes from Maria's Mixes, LLC, as well as little secrets that will help you make these tasty teas easily. [...]
 
Book: Low Level Laser Therapy For Physical Therapists - Skills Development by Malini Chaudhri
This book has been listed in the Laser Annals of 2016. This is the Second edition of a popular practical book onLow Level Laser Therapy dedicated to a technical skills development frameworkfor all practitioners of medicine, sports, spas and cam. It releases newaspects of photo medicine in its support to gene therapy, lymphatics, sportsand systemic diseases. It shows a segment of invention [...]
 
Book: The Science of Success - What Researchers Know that You Should Know by Paula J. Caproni
In this book you will learn what you need to do to achieve the success in life that you desire and deserve. The author, University of Michigan Business School professor Paula J. Caproni, Ph.D., provides you with a practical framework that will help you get better results at work, be successful in your career, and enjoy a fulfilling life outside of work. This may seem like a tall order for one [...]
 
Book: What's Going On at UAardvark? by Lawrence S. Wittner
What's Going On at UAardvark? is a fast-paced political satire about how an increasingly corporatized, modern American university becomes the site of a rambunctious rebellion that turns the nation's campus life upside down. Along the way, there are hilarious encounters with a playboy university president, bizarre U.S. military commanders, poetry-writing Hells Angels, foul-mouthed, decadent [...]
 
Book: Between Two Eternities by Barbara Brett
After ten years of marriage, two wonderful children, and the financial struggles of building successful, but separate, careers he as an English professor, she as an illustrator of children's books Robert and Marcie are still very much in love. But Robert's heart is breaking: he knows Marcie is about to die... Intensely romantic and unforgettable, Between Two Eternities is the story of a man, a [...]
 
Book: Working for Peace and Justice - Memoirs of an Activist Intellectual (Legacies of War) by Lawrence S. Wittner
A longtime agitator against war and social injustice, Lawrence Wittner has been tear-gassed, threatened by police with drawn guns, charged by soldiers with fixed bayonets, spied upon by the U.S. government, arrested, and purged from his job for political -reasons. To say that this teacher-historian-activist has led an interesting life is a considerable understatement. In this absorbing memoir, [...]
 
Book: MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX - The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 3) by Lance Morcan
MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures is a no-holds barred critique of mainstream medicine and the various players who make up one of the largest and most profitable industries on the planet. Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan, with a foreword by retired pharmacist Denis Toovey (author of Better [...]
 
Book: 2016 Weekly Planner + Notes, 12 Month - Plan each week. Keeping track of appointments is the way to success by Tempus Fugit
2016 Weekly Planner + Notes *** NOW ONLY $6.99 *** This 12-month easy week by week at a glance layout is simple to use and those all important dates are at your fingertips. Weekly calendar one side and room for notes the other, making this planner an unmissable companion for all. There is a contact list at the back for all your telephone numbers and addresses.
 
Book: Discovery by Ginger Simpson
Seven stories in one novel; each one with it's own plot and lead character: a stewardess who discovers her judgement may be a little flawed, an older divorcee who finds something far more interesting than sandals at a shoe clearance, a bride-to-be thinking she has a valid reason to call off her wedding, a pudgy ex-wife with a fear that a medical apparatus will make her look like Jacques Cousteau, [...]
 
Book: I Love My Doctor, But... - A Lighthearted Look at a Serious Problem by Lawrence Gold
You have questions for your physician, but don't ask them? Your physician has questions for you, but he/she doesn't ask them. That's one hell of a way to run an airline, a railroad, a government, or a medical practice. Why? Fault is besides the point, but difficult or painful questions unasked or unanswered threatens your health and compromises the physician's ability to help. You have something [...]
 
Book: Someone Always Loved You by Brooke Williams
His first day on the job, ambulance driver Jay has a horrible accident. The victim of the crash is thrown into a coma and Jay keeps vigil by her side. As their lives, past and present intertwine; a story of love through time unfolds. An intricate drama including adoption, love, suspense, and plenty of questions, Someone Always Loved You is a novel that keeps the mind churning and the soul alive.
 
Book: We Have Got It All Wrong! Our Failed "Sick-Care System" by James R. Granger
Dr. Granger discusses the need to change our approach to health care. Obesity, Cancer, pharmaceuticals, the use of vaccines, medical marijuana and other controversial aspects of our current "health care" system are discussed. Dr. Granger also provides suggestions for improving individual health and our health care system as a whole. Many revealing facts about the pharmaceutical industry, the [...]
 
Book: Diary of a Country Herbalist by Matthew Alfs
The setting for this heartwarming novel is the upper-Midwestern U.S.A. in the mid-1980s, where herbalist Sunflower Sam Rogers and his schoolteacher wife, April, find themselves living an enviable life of devotion to simplicity, chronicled daily in a diary of their second year as homesteaders on a large tract of land. While Sam busies himself educating folks in the area about the power of wild [...]
 
Book: Tempest Rise (Treborel) by Alaina Stanford
A Science Fiction based Paranormal Thriller ! Intrigue, spies, adventure, friendship, sustainable and earth friendly sci-fi technology, war, modern vs holistic medicine and,of course, love. An ancient, solitary mountain kingdom of Treborel, who rejected the polluting ways of modern technology for the clean power of solar gems joins forces with a futuristic country to save a pacifistic nation from [...]
 
Book: Six Months to Live - My Cardiomyopathy Story of Mind Over Medicine by Margot Maurice
Margot Maurice attributes her management of cardiomyopathy, a life threatening illness to several different things: A combination of traditional medication, complementary therapies, strength of mind and a belief in her inner voice. This is the story of her journey with a life threatening illness. She demonstrates that positive thinking helps with any major life changing incident. She says, "It is [...]
 
Book: The Good Doctor by Daniel Parker
In the final months of World War Two, Germany staggers toward defeat. Maria Hanselman, one of the only female surgeons in the country, is forced into duty by the SS when doctors near the front are found dead or missing. While she works to save Germany's soldiers, she must keep from losing the lives of her medical team, and herself, before the end comes.
 


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