Hug Everyone You Know

A Year of Community, Courage, and Cancer
By Antoinette Truglio Martin

Hug Everyone You Know: A Year of Community, Courage, and Cancer by Antoinette Truglio Martin is a heartwarming memoir that follows a woman’s struggle to cope with breast cancer. Antoinette Martin had always thought she was a healthy and strong woman until the day she...

Dare to Choose

A Journey of Self-Healing
By Marie Chronopoulos

In introducing Dare to Choose: A Journey of Self-Healing, Marie Chronopoulos states: “A book on self-healing is never just a book. An idea for a book that finds its spark in the shadow of cancer is never just the seed of a story. It becomes...

The Thinking Woman's Guide to Breast Cancer

Take Charge of Your Recovery and Remission
By Janet Maker

Your health is the most important thing that this life has to offer. As you read Dr. Janet Maker’s account of her life's journey in The Thinking Woman's Guide to Breast Cancer: Take Charge of Your Recovery and Remission about being a breast cancer survivor,...

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Killing Heel Pain

Your Final Freedom from Plantar Fasciitis
By Dr. Karen L. Smith

Killing Heel Pain: Your Final Freedom from Plantar Fasciitis by Dr. Karen L.Smith, DPM is a helpful as well as useful guide that explains and simplifies the condition Plantar Fasciitis. Pain can be scary, unpleasant, and inconvenient. The author makes this an easy to follow...

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Lessons from a CF Cornerman

38 Lessons I Learned During my Wife's Illness and Lung Transplant
By Raymond L. Poole

Lessons from a CF Cornerman: 38 Lessons I Learned During my Wife's Illness and Lung Transplant by Raymond L. Poole is a story that will certainly communicate hope to readers and help them look at the future positively, expectantly. In this nonfiction book, the author...

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They Do Come With Instructions!

What Parents Need To Know about the Physiology, Care and Development of Newborns to Young Children
By Ivy Faske, M.D.

They Do Come With Instructions: What Parents Need To Know about the Physiology, Care and Development of Newborns to Young Children by Ivy Faske, M.D. is aimed at parents, pediatricians, and other practitioners by giving them sensible advice and explanations for their many frustrations and...

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Leadership Lessons From The Volkswagen Saga

By Steven Howard

Did Volkswagen’s CEOs, engineers, executives, managers, and other leaders know about the illegal defective software devices that were being installed in their vehicles? In Leadership Lessons From The Volkswagen Saga by Steven Howard, you will be educated on the various aspects of the leadership that...

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Ending Fatigue

When Waking Up is Hard to Do
By Mary C. Blowers

Ending Fatigue: When Waking Up is Hard to Do by Mary C. Blowers is a helpful book for all those who are dealing with fatigue and exhaustion, causing debilitating effects in their lives. The many obvious reasons of tiredness like lack of proper sleep, illness,...

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Marijuana The-Secret

How to Make any Cookbook Recipe with Marijuana Ingredients
By Billy Martin

Have you heard of the health benefits of cooking with marijuana, but don't know where to start looking for recipes and information? Are you confused about the difference between recreational marijuana and medical marijuana? Marijuana - The Secret (How To Make Any Cookbook Recipe With...

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Me, Myself and Eye

The Realities of Living With a Prosthetic Eye
By Cynthia Lee De Boer

Who knew that losing an eye and getting a prosthesis could be so fascinating? Me, Myself and Eye: The Realities of Living with a Prosthetic Eye, by Cynthia Lee de Boer, tells her story simply and straight-forwardly, including using medical jargon and then explaining what...

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