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Dressed to Kill?Second Edition: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras

Sydney Singer · Square One
Pages: 208
Format: Paperback

THE ONLY VERSION OF THIS BOOK NOW IN PRINT & AVAILABLE In 1995 the first edition of Dressed to Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras revealed the disturbing results of a study that showed a notable correlation between the wearing of bras and the incidence of breast cancer....
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Canyon Ranch 30 Days to a Better Brain: A Groundbreaking Program for Improving Your Memory, Concentration, Mood, and Overall Well-Being

Richard H Carmona · Atria Books, 2014.
Pages: 304
Format: Paperback

"In this user-friendly guide, Dr. Richard Carmona gives specific, practical advice about optimizing brain function based on the best scientific evidence. I recommend it." (Andrew Weil, author of Healthy Aging and True Food).Synthesizing the cognitive science behind memory, sleep,...
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Souvenirs and prophecies : the young Wallace Stevens

Holly Stevens · Alfred A. Knopf; 1st edition
Format: Hardcover

Examines the modern imbalance between our public and our private lives - covering everything from the history of fashion to revolutionary mobs and the career of Richard Nixon.
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The Silver Lining: A Supportive and Insightful Guide to Breast Cancer

Hollye Jacobs RN MS MSW · Atria Books; 1 edition
Format: Paperback

A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERAs a healthy, happy thirty-nine-year-old mother with no family history of breast cancer, being diagnosed with the disease rocked Hollye Jacobs’s world. Having worked as a nurse, social worker, and child development specialist for fifteen years, she suddenly...
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Rethinking Positive Thinking: Inside the New Science of Motivation

Gabriele Oettingen · Current
Format: Hardcover

The solution isnt to do away with dreaming and positive thinking. Rather, its making the most of our fantasies by brushing them up against the very thing most of us are taught to ignore or diminish the obstacles that stand in our way.So often in our day-to-day lives were inundated with...
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Eating Dangerously: Why the Government Can't Keep Your Food Safe ... and How You Can

Michael Booth · Natl Book Network
Pages: 200
Format: Hardcover

Americans are afraid of their food. And for good reason. In 2011, the deadliest food-borne illness outbreak in a century delivered killer listeria bacteria on innocuous cantaloupe never before suspected of carrying that pathogen. Nearly 50 million Americans will get food poisoning this...
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The Complete Diabetes Cookbook: 400 Kitchen-Tested Recipes for Eating What You Love

America's Test Kitchen (Firm) · America's Test Kitchen
Pages: 408
Format: Paperback

Take control of managing diabetes with 400-plus healthy and creative diabetes-friendly recipes. Meticulously tested recipes limit unhealthy carbs and fats, sodium, and added sugars and maximize nutrition and flavor. Every recipe lists complete nutritional information for easy reference.

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An American Health Dilemma: A Medical History of African Americans and the Problem of Race: Beginnings to 1900

W Michael Byrd · Routledge
Pages: 624
Format: Hardcover

At times mirroring and at times shockingly disparate to the rise of traditional white American medicine, the history of African-American health care is a story of traditional healers; root doctors; granny midwives; underappreciated and overworked African-American physicians; scrupulous...
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Eat, Drink, and Be Wary: How Unsafe Is Our Food?

Charles M. Duncan · Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; 1 edition
Format: Hardcover

Food safety has fast become one of the nation's top issues. Three thousand people die each year in the U.S. from foodborne illnesses. Another 48 million are sickened annually and our government fails to protect us. Many foods and additives that we eat every day have been banned for years...
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Why Kids Make You Fat: ...and How to Get Your Body Back

Mark Macdonald · HarperOne
Pages: 309
Format: Print book

It's no secret that most of us get flabbier the older we get, and it's no surprise that the biggest spike in weight happens in the early stages of parenthood. Mark Macdonald knows the struggle himself, having gained thirty-five pounds after the birth of his son. It happened to him even...

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Madness in Civilization: A Cultural History of Insanity, from the Bible to Freud, from the Madhouse to Modern Medicine

Andrew Scull · Princeton University Press
Format: Hardcover

The loss of reason, a sense of alienation from the commonsense world we all like to imagine we inhabit, the shattering emotional turmoil that seizes hold and wont let go--these are some of the traits we associate with madness. Today, mental disturbance is most commonly viewed through a medical...
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Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics Is Fueling Our Modern Plagues

Martin J Blaser · Henry Holt & Co
Pages: 273
Format: Book

A critically important and startling look at the harmful effects of overusing antibiotics, from the field's leading expert
Tracing one scientist's journey toward understanding the crucial importance of the microbiome, this revolutionary book will take readers to the forefront of trail-blazing...

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Death Is But a Dream: Finding Hope and Meaning at Life's End

Christopher Kerr · Avery
Pages: 256
Format: Hardcover

The first book to validate the meaningful dreams and visions that bring comfort as death nears.Christopher Kerr is a hospice doctor. All of his patients die. Yet he has cared for thousands of patients who, in the face of death, speak of love and grace. Beyond the physical realities of dying...
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Somebody I Used to Know: A Memoir

WENDY MITCHELL · Ballantine Books
Pages: 272
Format: Hardcover

"A brave and illuminating journey inside the mind, heart, and life of a person with early-onset Alzheimer's disease." - Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice

Wendy Mitchell had a busy job with the British National Health Service, raised her two daughters alone, and spent...
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