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108 Pearls To Awaken Your Healing Potential by Mimi Guarneri
a cardiologist translates the science of health and healing into practice. (Check Status)
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The Thinking Woman's Guide To Breast Cancer by Janet Maker
Use this book before your treatment to take charge of your recovery - use this book after your treatment to take charge of your remission. (Check Status)
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New Canadian Study Debunks Liberation Therapy For Multiple Sclerosis
A British Columbia doctor has released results of a $5.5 million clinical trial he believes will deliver the final death blow to so-called liberation therapy. (Go to Article)
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Young And Slim For Life by Frank Lipman
10 essential steps to achieve total vitality and kick-start weight loss that lasts. (Check Status)
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Heal Your Frozen Shoulder by Karl Knopf
Guides you through the entire rehabilitation process, from understanding the problem to regaining full movement. It even tells you how to avoid this debilitating condition in the future. (Check Status)
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The Vaccine Race: Science, Politics, And The Human Costs Of Defeating Disease by Meredith Wadman
"This is the story about the war against disease - a war without end - and the development of enormously important vaccines, but in telling that story, in showing how science works, the author reveals much more. (Check Status)
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The Left Brain Speaks: The Right Brain Laughs by Ransom Stephens
Physicist Ransom Stephens explains the interesting and often amusing tale of how the human brain works. (Check Status)
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Do You Have A Few Moments For Exercise? Yes, You Do!
Only a few minutes out of your day can improve your fitness level says the author of The One Minute Workout. (Go to Article)
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Our Stroke Of Luck: New Technology Enables Stroke Victims To Make A Full Recovery by J. Gerry Purdy
It is possible for some stroke victims to make a full recovery. The author knows this because his wife, Alicia suffered a stroke and was able to return to her vivacious self. (Check Status)
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Canadian Doctors Pioneering A New Approach To Cancer Treatments
BC doctors talk about POG - personalized OncoGenetics in the treatment of advanced cancers. (Go to Article)
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Extreme Measures: Finding A Better Path To The End Of Life by Jessica Nutik Zitter
"Dr Zitter builds bridges between patients and caregivers, formulates plans to allay patients' pain and anxiety, and enlists the support of loved ones so that life can end well, even beautifully." (Check Status)
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The Inkblots: Hermann Rorschach, His Iconic Test, And The Power Of Seeing by Damion Searls
"The Inkblots is three books in one: an engaging biography of Hermann Rorschach, a vivid and meticulously researched history of his eponymous inkblots, and a fascinating exploration of the psychology of perception. (Check Status)
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Bedlam's Door: True Tales Of Madness And Hope by Mark Rubinstein
Former practicing psychiatrist Mark Rubinstein opens the door and takes the reader deep into the world of mental illness. (Check Status)
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Hopeful Healing by Mackenzie Phillips
Essays on managing recovery and surviving addiction. (Check Status)
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The China Study by T. Colin Campbell
This expanded edition of Colin and Tom's groundbreaking book includes the latest undeniable evidence of the power of a plant-based diet plus updated information about the changing medical system and the recent surging interest in plant-based nutrition. (Check Status)
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Cancer Hates Tea by Maria Uspenski
"A unique preventive and transformative lifestyle change to help crush cancer." (Check Status)