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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Both Sides Now

A True Story of Love, Loss, and Bold Living
By Nancy Sharp

Nancy Sharp and Brett Brett Zickerman seemed to be the perfect couple until, unbelievably, he got brain cancer while only in his 30s. After surgery and chemotherapy it seemed his cancer was gone, but since they knew he would be sterile after the chemo, they...

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Biology Bytes

Digestible Essays on Animals Both Commonplace and Bizarre
By Teisha Rowland

Biology Bytes: Digestible Essays on Animals Both Commonplace and Bizarre by Teisha Rowland is the book you want to have with you when you are in need of an entertaining information fix, especially if you are interested in the world of animals. The book is...

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Broken Body, Wounded Spirit

Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain, Summer Devotions
By Celeste Cooper, Jeff Miller

Chronic pain can drag you down but there are ways to lift yourself up. Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain by Celeste Cooper, RN, offers sublime encouragement and innovative tips for healing. Ninety-two daily readings have a beautiful or peaceful photograph...

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Beat Your A-Fib

The Essential Guide to Finding Your Cure
By Steve S. Ryan PhD.

Beat Your A-Fib: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Cure by Dr. Steve S. Ryan, PhD, is a comprehensive guide for anyone in search of a cure for their atrial fibrillation, the most common heart rhythm disorder. As an individual that comes from a family with...

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Bright Not Broken

Gifted Kids, ADHD, and Autism
By Diane M. Kennedy, Rebecca S. Banks and Temple Grandin

"In Bright But Not Broken" two authors and one contributor set out to educate those who may be uninformed about dual-diagnoses (2e)children, specifically those diagnosed with ADHD or Autism combined with a diagnosis of gifted. Unfortunately, for this reader, there were way too many redundancies...

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Beyond Fingersticks

The Art of Control with Continuous Glucose Monitoring
By William Lee Dubois

CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitoring system) uses a high-tech system to watch and track changes in blood sugar at all times day and night. These systems are different from the usual needle gun and monitoring device used by most people now. Though it is not any...

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Beyond Biology

Metaphysical Brain Science
By Charles S Yanofsky MD

In 1956 Dr. Roger Williams published BIOCHEMICAL INDIVIDUALITY. His thesis was based on dissection of thousands of rabbits and as an anatomy professor, human cadavers. He proved that in any “normal” animal, the differences in the cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems between any two (even...