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    About thirty million Americans who smoke say they want to quit, but lack the motivation. "Smoking: 201 Reasons to Quit" by author Muriel L. Crawford, provides that motivation by focusing on why you should not smoke, rather than how to quit. The book contains a complete in-depth explanation of the dangers and disadvantages of smoking. The book includes discussions of problems caused by nicotine addiction, the best methods of quitting tobacco, the health hazards of secondhand smoke to others, and the ways that smoking increases the dangers of injury and death.

    In" Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting!" author Robert Boich details his battle with substance abuse and his decision to lead a sober lifesytle. He realized if he didn?t change his life, he would be incarcerated or die all alone. In this compelling, personal narrative, Boich shares his personal struggles and insights encountered during his first six months of recovery. "Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting!" describes the many changes Boich made in his life. More than just eliminating certain people and places from a daily routine, he illustrates how a successful recovery requires a brand-new approach in dealing with life. Blending personal thoughts with helpful information, Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting! discusses the ideas and tools used in an addict's early recovery.

    “Eating For Pregnancy” is the “how to” with easy, NUTRITIOUS, and delicious ideas and recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. As a practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, I specialize in female fertility and Women’s health. Nutrition is emphasized with all of my patients and I treat many, many women in the course of their pregnancy. The importance of eating whole foods can’t be emphasized enough

    Cheri Burbach captures the essence of a majority of people who know little or nothing about diabetes. Millions have been diagnosed with diabetes, and have been the brunt of a comment or situation with someone from the uninformed public.

    5 star Truly a Pocket Book of Wisdom and inspiration!

    By the time she turned two, Jaimie was so fearful of her world they spent most days inside. What was wrong with Chynna's miracle girl? Why wouldn't anyone help her figure it out? Jaimie wasn't "just spirited" as her physician suggested nor did she lack discipline at home. When Jaimie was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) at two-and-a-half, Chynna thought she had "the answer," but that was just the start of a three-year quest for the right treatments. With the right diagnosis and treatment suited to Jaimie, this family finally felt hope. "Not Just Spirited" by Chynna T. Laird is one mother's journey to finding peace for her daughter, Jaimie. As Chynna says often, "Knowledge breeds understanding. And that's so powerful."

    Does Psychiatry have a future? Assailed from many directions, under constant attack for its reliance on "a drug for all problems" and increasingly unable to attract bright new trainees, the specialty is showing every sign of terminal decline. The reason is simple: modern psychiatry has no formal model of mental disorder to guide its daily practice, teaching and research. Unfortunately, the orthodox psychiatrists who control this most conservative profession are utterly antagonistic to criticism. Despite the evidence, they maintain a blind faith that "science will deliver the goods" by a biological examination of the brain. "Humanizing Psychiatry" argues that their faith is entirely misplaced and is contributing to the destruction of an essential part of civilized life, the fair and equitable treatment of people with mental disorders. Author Niall McLaren offers a rational model of mental disorder within the framework of a molecular resolution of the mind-body problem. Fully developed, this model will have revolutionary consequences for psychiatry--and the mentally-afflicted.

    Tender coconut water is a natural electrolyte and has been used as a sports drink and for oral rehydration. It has many other applications too in the health field and Dr. Bruce Fife, N.D. explains the many uses of tender coconut water in his highly readable book. Many recipes are also provided at the end.

    Pain is body's way of alerting us to some imbalance in the system. There are several approaches to pain management and strength training (muscle building) is definitely one of the better ones. Durgs and surgery are no doubt needed and have their place too but it is good to explore other options first. This review introduces a good book on strength training.

    Book Review - Jungle King Secrets

    Jungle King Secrets BY: Paul Adcock PUBLISHED BY: Loving Healing Press PUBLISHED IN: 2008 ISBN: 978-1-932690-49-1 Pages: 251 Reviewed by Billy Burgess You can’t watch television these days without seeing those annoying male enhancement commercials. In the Jungle King Secrets by Paul Adcock, learn how to increase your libido without using those dangerous, toxic enhancements that are in the markets today. The basic guideline in the book is very simple: eat healthy and exercise. Stay away from processed foods like cookies, soft drinks and other sweets. Eat fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and eggs. Drink raw milk and water. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol. Do you know what vitamin is referred as “nature’s Viagra?” Paul Adcock gives you the answer and lists other vitamins that can help you increase your love life. Learn about “energy cultivation (Qi Gong),” and other exercises that helps your stamina and health. The Jungle King Secrets is heavily researched, but at times the book feels like it’s repeating itself. I think the author could have written this book under one hundred pages without losing any of the information. Overall, I enjoyed reading the book and would recommend it.

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