Non-Fiction - Health - Medical

Broken, Tales of a Titanium Cowgirl

By Michelle R Scully

Broken, Tales of a Titanium Cowgirl by Michelle R. Scully is an inspirational story of a woman who rose up from the ashes of her dreams to finally conquer them. I found Michelle’s story emotional yet very motivational. While what happened to Michelle was tragic,...

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Becoming a Nurse

In Mid-twentieth Century America
By Nancy Greenleaf

Becoming a Nurse: In Mid-twentieth Century America is a nonfiction memoir written by Nancy Greenleaf. Greenleaf wasn’t really quite sure how her decision to go into nursing actually came to be. It was 1955, and she had been blindsided by her boyfriend’s confession that he...

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Being Seen

By Anlor (Anne-Laure) Davin

Being Seen is a fascinating and eye-opening memoir by Anlor Davin, a woman not formally diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder until she was forty-six years old. Born in 1964 and exhibiting hypersensitivity as a child, Davin struggled throughout her life with the results of what...

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Ben'oni L'Benyamin: From Sorrow to Strength

My Journey with Depression
By Rabbi Sara Berman

Ben'oni L'Benyamin: From Sorrow to Strength: My Journey with Depression is a nonfiction motivational self-help book written by Rabbi Sara Berman. Berman, who is an ordained Rabbi and a board-certified chaplain, had worked in the Neuropsychiatric Institute as part of her participation in UCLA’s chaplaincy...

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Back to Life

One woman's inspiring triumph over a series of terminal diagnoses
By Kathy McLaughlin

Back to Life by Kathy McLaughlin is succinctly described in the subtitle as one woman's inspiring triumph over a series of terminal diagnoses, and is a nonfiction work with a great potential to inspire hope and help those traversing hardship to find the courage to...

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Beyond Embarrassment

Reclaiming Your Life with Neurogenic Bladder and Bowel
By JoAnne Lake

Beyond Embarrassment: Reclaiming Your Life with Neurogenic Bladder and Bowel by JoAnne Lake and 'bio-sleuth' Julia Parker is JoAnne’s honest and open story and her will to succeed in spite of having to face physical and medical challenges. JoAnne’s story will encourage medical practitioners to...

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Being There

A Daughter's Voice for her Father's Silence
By Aimi Medina

Being There, a memoir of a physically and mentally deteriorating father, has been captured on paper with love and empathy clearly seen in the writings of author Aimi Medina. It is the memoir of Medina’s father Leonard, who in his early eighties suffers from senile...

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Baby Poop

What Your Pediatrician May Not Tell You about Colic, Reflux, Constipation, Green Stools, Food Allergies, and Your Child's
By Linda F. Palmer, DC

Baby Poop by Linda F. Palmer, DC is a must-have guide for looking at your child's well...poop! Before you run away thinking I'm crazy, just hear me and Dr. Palmer out. Our babies aren't able to tell us what's wrong. They simply cry, coo, eat,...

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Breathless Sleep... No More

A Compelling Case Study
By Paul Rodriguez

Breathless Sleep... No More: A Compelling Case Study is a Health and Medicine memoir written by Paul Rodriguez. The author was a long-time sufferer of sleep apnea, as had been both of his parents. This disorder made it impossible for him to get restful sleep....

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Benjamin Breaking Barriers

Autism - A Journey of Hope
By Malva Freymuth Tarasewicz

Benjamin Breaking Barriers: Autism - A Journey of Hope was written by Malva Freymuth Tarasewicz, Benjamin’s mother. In 1997, Malva realized something was wrong with her 2-year-old son, Benjamin. He no longer focused on her; at times his eyes looked empty. He stopped talking and...

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