Non-Fiction - Health - Medical

What Will I Wear to Your Funeral?

By Kellie Curtain

What Will I Wear to Your Funeral? by Kellie Curtain is a beautiful and heart rending memoir that speaks about the author’s most difficult moments in life, her bonding with her mother, and her last journey together. Readers will experience a gamut of emotions, raw...

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Waking Mathilda

A Memoir of Childhood Narcolepsy
By Claire Crisp

Waking Mathilda by Claire Crisp recounts the chain of events from 2009 when she took their youngest two-year-old daughter to the National Health Service in England to be innoculated against swine flu. It was not long after that Mathilda’s whole persona changed from a lively...

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What is Autism?

The Basics
By Ani Right

What is Autism? (The Basics) is a factual medical journal written by Ani Right. Autism is a disability which affects many people worldwide. Indicators of Autism are visible within the first two years of life. As at 2013, at least 21.7 million people had been...

What The Fork?

The Secret Cause of Disease
By Gina Bonanno-Lemos

Gina is from an Italian family and taking a meat sandwich to school for lunch every day was the norm. Her family eating meat at dinner was the pattern that she followed with her own family, so nothing seemed out of the ordinary. What caused...

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Weight Training Without Injury

Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do!
By Fred Stellabotte and Rachel Straub, MS, CSCS

Weight Training Without Injury by Fred Stellabotte and Rachel Straub takes the reader through the fundamental movements of weight training with over 350 step-by-step photographs, which show the correct methods to adopt and the common injury-promoting pitfalls to avoid. The book shows you what works...

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Warrior Patient

How to Beat Deadly Diseases With Laughter, Good Doctors, Love, and Guts.
By Temple Emmet Williams

Warrior Patient by Temple Williams is a true story about one man's struggle to survive a series of medical problems over the space of three years. It's a witty story full of unexpected humor, which is sometimes deadpan and sometimes cheerful. The aim of this...

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Weight Loss Surgery

The Real Skinny
By Nick Nicholson M.D, B.A. Blackwood

Weight loss is a huge topic among both women and a lot of men. And everyone is looking for a quick fix when it comes to losing those extra pounds, but those of us who struggle with weight problems know that there is no quick...

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Why Is There a Hammer in the Fridge?

A Family Member's Guide to Alzheimer's
By MD Moraima Trujillo, Nora Trujillo

Why Is There a Hammer in the Fridge? A Family Member's Guide to Alzheimer's by Moraima Trujillo, a practicing psychiatrist, and her daughter Nora Trujillo, is a unique and witty book that enlightens the reader about Alzheimer’s. Dedicated to the authors' father, Esmeraldo Trujillo, who...

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Who I Am Yesterday

A Path to Coping with a Loved One's Dementia
By Victoria Adams

Who I Am Yesterday by Victoria Adams is a plan to help others cope with a loved one’s dementia. This book will appeal to those with ageing parents and caregivers of loved ones who are showing signs of forgetfulness or disorientation. This book was one...

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Waking Up Emily

Antics and Inspiration While Patients Sleep
By K. Patrick Bonovich, M.D.

"Waking up Emily" is about the Anesthesia Department of a hospital and includes doctors, assistants, nurses, and the infamous coin counters that drive the anesthesiologist cranky when they try to cut cost, possibly causing the doctors to not have the supplies when they desperately need...

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