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Sick Enough

Author : Jennifer L. Gaudiani
ISBN : 9781351184717
Genre : Psychology
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Patients with eating disorders frequently feel that they aren’t "sick enough" to merit treatment, despite medical problems that are both measurable and unmeasurable. They may struggle to accept rest, nutrition, and a team to help them move towards recovery. Sick Enough offers patients, their families, and clinicians a comprehensive, accessible review of the medical issues that arise from eating disorders by bringing relatable case presentations and a scientifically sound, engaging style to the topic. Using metaphor and patient-centered language, Dr. Gaudiani aims to improve medical diagnosis and treatment, motivate recovery, and validate the lived experiences of individuals of all body shapes and sizes, while firmly rejecting dieting culture.
Category: Psychology

Not Sick Enough To Die

Author : Dr. Sherin Lee
ISBN : 9781452597669
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The book you hold in your hands tells the remarkable story of one woman's journey from a diagnosis of irreversible brain damage--that would leave her with an 8th grade IQ--to her stunning and unexpected recovery from both physical and mental deterioration. In spite of the opinions of experts who claimed she would never return from such a prognosis, she did rebound, accompanied by a radical life change which led her to become a holistic health practitioner--a board-certified Naturopath and Nutritionist, with the added bonus of finding her life's calling by improving the health and the quality of others' lives. Her story is an inspiring account that carries a message of hope for all who seek to achieve wellness and healing in their own physical, mental, and spiritual lives. Dr. Lee's story will provide you with inspiration and hope as you follow her on your own health journey.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

It S Enough To Make You Sick

Author : Jeffrey M. Lobosky
ISBN : 9781442214644
Genre : Health & Fitness
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It's Enough to Make You Sick explains how the American health care system developed and how it has deteriorated into a national disgrace. Lobosky indicts the special interests who have played a role in the demise of American health care, examines the current attempts at reform, and offers a practical, compassionate blueprint for effective change.
Category: Health & Fitness

Enough To Make You Sick

Author : Jerry A. Grunor
ISBN : 9781440147401
Genre : Political Science
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● Are there maggots in your mushrooms? ● Is your drywall reeking of sulfur and turning your silver black? ● What are the secrets that restaurants don't want you to know? ● What's worse...tainted or counterfeit products? ● Has China turned a blind eye or tried to cover up? ● What is the price to pay for food safety? ● Is it time to ban all imports from China? While the Chinese knowingly and intentionally export inferior products and dangerous toys, food, prescriptions and any type of goods to America, we keep buying them and putting our lives in danger. There is enough going on to make you sick, as most imports are not inspected! Even Wal-Mart cracked down on Chinese suppliers. After years of F.D.A. and congressional investigations, testimony and posturing, are we any safer? Basically, the government has failed to improve the safety of products the cheapest stuff is the riskiest! Simply look on the bottom of every product you buy and if it says 'MADE IN CHINA' or 'PRC' just choose another product or none at all. Is this the decline and fall of the American Economy? Is off-shoring our security Enough to Make You Sick...?"
Category: Political Science

After The Diagnosis

Author : Julian Seifter
ISBN : 9781439123058
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A doctor whose life was transformed after his diagnosis with Type I diabetes draws on his experiences as both a patient and a physician to share inspirational stories while outlining eight strategies for optimizing wellness and productivity in the face of chronic illness.
Category: Health & Fitness

Needle Watcher

Author : Richard Blaker
ISBN : 9781462904099
Genre : Fiction
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This fascinating novel reconstructs the story of Will Adams, a native of Gillingham, in Kent, England, and his voyage to Japan in the seventeenth century. Adams' knowledge of seafaring vessels at the time causes him to be taken into the favor of the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu and,in time,to become recognized as the founder of the Japanese navy. Adams was one of the most picturesque and daring of Britain's maritime traders, and this depiction of him as the first Englishman to settle in what was then a hostile country is written not only with distinction but also with an imaginative grasp that takes it right out of the class of the ordinary historical novel. It is an epic tale of strange adventures, and it creates an atmosphere of rare and haunting quality. In its understanding of the Japanese mind it is hardly less than remarkable. Will Adams died in Japan in the spring of 1620 and is buried at Yokosuka. Every year a ceremony is still held to commemorate the anniversary of his death. There is also a memorial to him at Ito,in Shizuoka Prefecture, as well as one at his birthplace in England.
Category: Fiction

Being Well Even When You Re Sick

Author : Elana Rosenbaum
ISBN : 9780834827943
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Mindfulness is a quality of attention that combines full awareness with acceptance of each moment, just as it is. This book presents simple mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques and insights for people with cancer and other serious illnesses. The message is that it is possible to be well and to feel at ease even when one is sick. The book provides guidance readers can use throughout treatment and beyond to reduce stress and to cultivate a sense of courage, appreciation of life as it is, and even happiness. The author, a psychotherapist, cancer survivor, and longtime teacher of mindfulness techniques, writes with compassion and wisdom, and has created a book that will be a practical companion for anyone coping with the emotional challenges of dealing with cancer or other serious illness. Includes a downloadable companion 60-minute audio program with five simple mindfulness practices.
Category: Health & Fitness

Lee S Miserables

Author : J. Tracy Power
ISBN : 9781469620411
Genre : History
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Never did so large a proportion of the American population leave home for an extended period and produce such a detailed record of its experiences in the form of correspondence, diaries, and other papers as during the Civil War. Based on research in more than 1,200 wartime letters and diaries by more than 400 Confederate officers and enlisted men, this book offers a compelling social history of Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia during its final year, from May 1864 to April 1865. Organized in a chronological framework, the book uses the words of the soldiers themselves to provide a view of the army's experiences in camp, on the march, in combat, and under siege--from the battles in the Wilderness to the final retreat to Appomattox. It sheds new light on such questions as the state of morale in the army, the causes of desertion, ties between the army and the home front, the debate over arming black men in the Confederacy, and the causes of Confederate defeat. Remarkably rich and detailed, Lee's Miserables offers a fresh look at one of the most-studied Civil War armies.
Category: History

Grinning From Ear To Ear

Author : Nancy Bruce
ISBN : 0595226701
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Grinning From Ear to Ear tells the story of a young soldier away from home for the first time. He turned twenty a few weeks after he was sworn into the Army. He went to Europe in WWII. This story is true. The characters are real people. They have different names and perhaps were in different places; the stories are true but may not be in exact chronological order but historically it is true; it all happened to Irving Strawder. It is a lighthearted story of a young south Georgia solder's experiences in the Army during World War II. Anyone who has been in a war or had a son in a war or had a brother in a war or had a husband in war can identify with the young Irving as he experiences more life in two-and-one-half years than many people do in fifty years.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Dragon In The Ghetto Caper

Author : E.L. Konigsburg
ISBN : 144243970X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Andy's not your average resident of exclusive Foxmeadow -- whenever he sits down to draw something, it turns out to be a dragon. And he wants to be a detective when he grows up -- not just an ordinary, everyday police detective, but a tough, cool, famous detective like the ones he reads about in mystery novels. Everyone knows a famous detective needs a sidekick, but Mrs. Edie Yakots, a lonely new bride who's just moved into Foxmeadow, isn't exactly what Andy had in mind -- he sometimes has a hard time just figuring out what's she's talking about. But she's the only volunteer for the job, and before he knows it, she's led him right into the middle of his first real crime -- in an inner-city neighborhood a short drive, and light years away, from Foxmeadow.
Category: Juvenile Fiction