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Health new titles

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​Stretch your muscles and your mind. Our selection of books explores the physical as well as the philosophical challenges in life. Some titles come in large print. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection. 

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Love and Asperger's  by Kate McNulty

Love and Asperger's

Kate McNulty

Book

"Life with a partner whose neurotype is different than yours is filled with moments that are surprising, unique, and sometimes challenging. If one of you is on the Autism Spectrum and the other is neurotypical, this Aspergers book is a helpful and in...

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In your own time  by Sara Wickham

In your own time

Sara Wickham

Book

"Pregnant women and maternity services are facing an induction epidemic. As medical guidelines include more "at risk" categories, women and our already overwhelmed and under resourced maternity systems are increasingly pressured to induce birth before...

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True age  by Morgan Levine

True age

Morgan Levine

Book

"Cutting-edge research shows how to determine and decrease your true biological age. What if there was a way to measure our biological age? And what if there were strategies to slow down-or even reverse-the aging process? The answers to these questions...

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Science of HIIT  by Ingrid S. Clay

Science of HIIT

Ingrid S. Clay

Book

"Get the best results from your HIIT workouts by understanding the muscle action needed to perfect each exercise. Explore the physiology of more than 90 essential HIIT exercises, to master each movement with confidence and control. Recent scientific ...

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Healthy heart, healthy brain  by Bradley Bale

Healthy heart, healthy brain

Bradley Bale

Book

"Every forty seconds, someone in the US suffers a heart attack or a stroke. Every sixty-five seconds someone develops dementia. The culprit is cardiovascular disease-- and rates are going up in younger people. Bale and Doneen present a comprehensive ...

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Flexible dieting  by Alan Aragon

Flexible dieting

Alan Aragon

Book

"Alan Aragon reveals the biggest diet secret of all - no single diet is best for everyone. The key to success is finding a tailored program that meets your individual needs and helps you build lifelong habits to support your goals. With a focus on...

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The 30-day thyroid reset plan  by Becky (Doctor of Natural Medicine) Campbell

The 30-day thyroid reset plan

Becky (Doctor of Natural Medicine) ...

Book

"Millions of Americans have thyroid disorders and don't even know it. Dr. Becky Campbell, who has years of experience in the field, was one of those people but cured herself using this revolutionary program. What makes this approach different--and mo...

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Healing with DMSO  by Amandha Vollmer

Healing with DMSO

Amandha Vollmer

Book

"Discover the benefits that DMSO can bring to your first-aid kit, from safely soothing headaches to easing arthritis pain, in this easy-to-use, fact-filled handbook. This science-backed guide will help you understand how DMSO works, why it works, and...

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Cognitive behaviour therapy  by Avy Joseph

Cognitive behaviour therapy

Avy Joseph

Book

"What happens to you in life matters less than the way you feel about life; that's the message of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). If you've ever tried to change something about yourself--your mood, your weight, your behaviour--you'll have noticed that...

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Harnessing the nine hallmarks of aging  by Greg (Biotechnologist) Macpherson

Harnessing the nine hallmarks of aging

Greg (Biotechnologist) Macpherson

Book

"How can we slow the aging process? Scientists and philosophers have been seeking the answers to aging for centuries, but over the last past few decades our understanding of why and how we age has dramatically expanded, helping unlock the secrets of the...

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Moving beyond trauma  by Ilene Smith

Moving beyond trauma

Ilene Smith

Book

"Have you noticed that no matter how much time you spend in talk therapy, you still feel anxious and triggered? That is because talk therapy can keep you stuck in a pattern of reliving your stories, rather than moving beyond them. But, most of all, i...

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Your best immunity  by John Tickell

Your best immunity

John Tickell

Book

"Immunity is the protector of our bodies - it's our defence system and is essential for our survival. Our body is surrounded by literally millions of viruses and potentially harmful pathogens on a daily basis, and a few of them are strong enough to infect...

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Embrace the spectacle  by Aberdeen Violet

Embrace the spectacle

Aberdeen Violet

Book

"A woman with Dissociative Identity Disorder provides insight on recovering from developmental trauma, & altering the course of generational violence & dysfunction. Through two of her many alters (Aberdeen & Seven), she compassionately deconstructs our...

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Caregiving with love and joy  by Patricia A. Boswell

Caregiving with love and joy

Patricia A. Boswell

Book

"When it comes to caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease or dementia, the right caregiving can make all the difference. Here, Patricia Boswell shares structured routines, life hacks, and best practices that are evidence-based and focused on....

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Transforming trauma with Jiu-jitsu  by Jamie Marich

Transforming trauma with Jiu-jitsu

Jamie Marich

Book

"The first book for using jiu-jitsu to transform trauma--for survivors, mental health practitioners, and trauma-informed martial arts instructors. This groundbreaking book introduces the martial art of jiu-jitsu as a powerful healing modality for tra...

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Who is wellness for?  by Fariha Róisín

Who is wellness for?

Fariha Róisín

Book

"In this thought-provoking book, part memoir, part journalistic investigation, the acclaimed writer and poet, a Muslim queer Bangladeshi, reveals how wellness culture has become a luxury good built on the wisdom of Black, brown and Indigenous people-...

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How the mind changed  by Joseph Jebelli

How the mind changed

Joseph Jebelli

Book

"No other life form on the planet has generated a brain like ours. How did a bundle of cells weighing just 1.2 kg give rise to conscious, self-aware beings capable of understanding time, language, mathematics and music, of exploring outer space and s...

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Help. Her. Heal  by Carol Juergensen Sheets

Help. Her. Heal

Carol Juergensen Sheets

Book

"Carol Juergenen Sheets and Allan J. Katz have created a workbook/roadmap for rebuilding relationships damaged by sexual addiction and other forms of infidelity. With a focus on empathy – understanding what the betrayed partner is feeling; the exercises...

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A week to change your life  by Olivia Audrey

A week to change your life

Olivia Audrey

Book

"Do you regularly get the Monday Blues? Are you always tired on Fridays, even though you want to be excited for the weekend? There may be more to it than just a long work week. Over the course of a week, the human body goes through a cycle of self-re...

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Wired for love  by Stephanie Cacioppo

Wired for love

Stephanie Cacioppo

Book

"From the world's foremost neuroscientist of romantic love comes a personal story of connection and heartbreak that brings new understanding to an old truth: better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. At thirty-seven, Dr. Stephanie...

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Self-care all-in-one  by Shamash Alidina

Self-care all-in-one

Shamash Alidina

Book

"Take charge of your personal health and well-being with this trusted, all-in-one guide to self-care. There's an old saying that goes, "You can't pour from an empty cup." It means that you can't take care of others unless you take care of yourself. And...

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The bodies of others  by Naomi Wolf

The bodies of others

Naomi Wolf

Book

"Our pre-March 2020 world is gone forever. Irretrievable. For in league with mass surrender to all-powerful technology, the "restrictions" against human assembly, speech and gathering, culture and worship brough on by pandemic panic have brought new ...

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The strong like mum method  by Shakira Akabusi

The strong like mum method

Shakira Akabusi

Book

"Discover the natural strength of the female body, awaken your inner power and enjoy a happy, healthy, confident pre and postnatal experience with this inspiring, stereotype-shattering book. In The StrongLikeMum Method, pre and postnatal fitness expert...

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Everyday trauma  by Tracey Shors

Everyday trauma

Tracey Shors

Book

"A neuroscientist explores how trauma impacts the brain, especially for women - and how we can learn to heal ourselves. Everyone experiences trauma. Whether a specific harrowing event or a series of stressful moments that culminate over time, trauma can...

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Outsmart your pain  by Christiane (Mindfulness teacher) Wolf

Outsmart your pain

Christiane (Mindfulness teacher) Wo...

Book

"Pain can be a big, unwieldy box that you struggle to carry all day. Wolf shows readers how mindfulness lets you put down this box and unpack its contents. She provides guided meditations and self-compassion practices that will help you separate your...

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This is your brain on food  by Uma Naidoo

This is your brain on food

Uma Naidoo

Book

"A Harvard-trained psychiatrist, Cornell nutrition specialist, and professional chef shares actionable dietary recommendations and brain-healthy recipes for foods that can support the treatments of common psychological and cognitive health challenges,...

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Astanga yoga  by Jean Hall

Astanga yoga

Jean Hall

Book

"Dynamic flowing vinyasa yoga for strengthening body and mind Astanga Yoga is a dynamic and energetic form of yoga that uses the breath to flow from one posture to the next. The postures, or asanas, are linked by vinyasa sequences, creating a heat th...

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The salt fix  by James DiNicolantonio

The salt fix

James DiNicolantonio

Book

"Dr DiNicolantonio takes us away from hype and hyperbole to a place of rationality as it relates to salt. We've all heard the recommendation: no more than a teaspoon of salt a day for a healthy heart. But there's one big problem with this: the majority...

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Deep survival  by Laurence Gonzales

Deep survival

Laurence Gonzales

Book

"Compares the thought processes and actions of survivors and nonsurvivors in deadly situations, presenting case studies and discussing neurological and psychological research and ancient texts on survival; and lists twelve steps most survivors take i...

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Why you drink and how to stop  by Veronica Valli

Why you drink and how to stop

Veronica Valli

Book

"At last, a book that reveals why alcoholics think, feel and behave the way they do. This book looks into the heart and mind of the alcoholic; it explains their thought processes, how they feel and why they behave so self-destructively. Written by an...

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Immunity food fix  by Donna Beydoun Mazzola

Immunity food fix

Donna Beydoun Mazzola

Book

"Immune response underpins everything from chronic health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease to warding off the common cold to how well one ages. Studies have shown that nutrition impacts immunity and disease development. The bottom line? What...

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Obsessive, intrusive, magical thinking  by Marianne Eloise

Obsessive, intrusive, magical thinking

Marianne Eloise

Book

"An exploration of the intersection of neurodivergence, obsession and disorder. Obsessive was, still is, my natural state, and I never wondered why. I didn't mind, didn't know that other people could feel at peace. I always felt like a raw nerve, but...

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Herbal medicine for mental health  by Lillian Somner

Herbal medicine for mental health

Lillian Somner

Book

"Millions of Americans suffer from depression, anxiety and a host of other mental health issues, and many get psychiatric help. For many of those patients, medication is a necessary part of treatment. But pharmaceuticals are not a cure-all. Sometimes...

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The physick garden  by Alice Smith

The physick garden

Alice Smith

Book

"The intriguing tales of the plants that have been used to heal and cure our bodies - from ancient superstitions to old wives tales that worked. Here are the ancient cures for modern maladies... Plants have been used for centuries for their healing powers...

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Patient zero  by Lydia Kang

Patient zero

Lydia Kang

Book

"Patient Zero tells the long and fascinating history of disease outbreaks-how they start, how they spread, the science that lets us understand them, and how we race to destroy them before they destroy us. Written in the authors' lively and accessible...

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Your best gut  by Paul Froomes

Your best gut

Paul Froomes

Book

"How important is your gut to overall health? What do probiotics do? What happens when gut bacteria go wrong? Are you really what you eat? Dr Paul Froomes tells you everything you need to know about the gut and gut microbiome in Your Best Gut, a thorough...

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Lifechanger  by Nancy Dennett Ducharme

Lifechanger

Nancy Dennett Ducharme

Book

"What if you could stop cancer growth and even cause it to reverse? With the help of this book, you will learn how to fight cancer while protecting healthy cells. Getting diagnosed with cancer is a frightening shock, and in many cases the diagnosis i...

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Cannabis  by David J. Nutt

Cannabis

David J. Nutt

Book

"Underpinned by his two-year research trial in partnership with the Royal College of Psychiatrists, involving up to 20,000 patients, which will create Europe's largest body of evidence on the plant's medicinal qualities Professor David Nutt and his team...

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Eat it!  by Jordan Syatt

Eat it!

Jordan Syatt

Book

"Enjoy your favourite foods without guilt while losing weight, getting stronger, and improving your health. Some "experts" say, don't eat carbs because insulin makes you fat, others say, don't eat fat because fat makes you fat. Some say, don't eat pr...

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Raw can cure cancer  by Janette Murray-Wakelin

Raw can cure cancer

Janette Murray-Wakelin

Book

"At 52 Ariena feels there is a lot in her life to be thankful for: her loving husband and family, her beautiful grandson her good health, until... overnight all this changes. A lump in her breast is diagnosed as a highly aggressive form of breast cancer...

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Lyme  by Mary Beth Pfeiffer

Lyme

Mary Beth Pfeiffer

Book

"Lyme disease is spreading rapidly around the globe as the ticks that carry it move into places they could not survive before. Mary Beth Pfeiffer shows how we have contributed to this growing menace and how modern medicine has underestimated its danger....

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Healthy at last  by Eric Adams

Healthy at last

Eric Adams

Book

"Prominent NYC-based public servant shares his incredible story of reversing type-2 diabetes by adopting a plant-based diet, and offers a guide for people of color to advocate for themselves and improve their health. Brooklyn Borough President and ma...

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Growing consciousness  by Leo (Dwarn L. Carver Carver

Growing consciousness

Leo (Dwarn L. Carver Carver

Book

"This book forges an accessible path to self-discovery and truth; one that can apply to a small herb garden on the windowsill just as well as it would to a Buddhist Zen garden. Growing Consciousness will outline simple practices and explorations into...

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The sober lush  by Amanda Eyre Ward

The sober lush

Amanda Eyre Ward

Book

"A sober hedonist's guide to living a decadent, wild, and soulful life--alcohol-free. In a culture where sipping "rosé all day" is seen as the epitome of relaxation, "grabbing a drink" the only way to network; and meeting at a bar the quintessential ...

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The power of the Downstate  by Sara C. Mednick

The power of the Downstate

Sara C. Mednick

Book

"In The Power of the Downstate, Dr Mednick will show you how to achieve robust health, sustained productivity and brilliant thinking by maintaining balance and finding harmony with your natural rhythms. The Downstate is the time and space in which re...

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The pain solution  by Saloni Sharma

The pain solution

Saloni Sharma

Book

"Expert Dr. Saloni Sharma offers a personalized and innovative five-step pain relief program built on what she calls “microboosts,” little steps that add up to big results. Illustrated with inspiring patient examples and personal stories, her drug-free...

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Muscle for life  by Michael Matthews

Muscle for life

Michael Matthews

Book

"A life-changing and accessible guidebook on the fundamentals of building muscle, losing fat, and staying healthy at any age and any ability from the million-copy bestselling fitness guru and founder of Legion Athletics. Forget drastic and dangerous diets...

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Bipolar disorder for dummies  by Candida Fink

Bipolar disorder for dummies

Candida Fink

Book

"When one receives the diagnosis that they or a loved one has bipolar disorder, it can be a time of fear and worry. Bipolar Disorder For Dummies, 3rd Edition explains the brain chemistry behind the disease and covers the latest medications and therap...

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The sleep fix  by Diane Macedo

The sleep fix

Diane Macedo

Book

"Roughly thirty percent of the population is estimated to be living with insomnia, while many more unknowingly suffer from other sleep disorders. Macedo learned the hard way how valuable sleep is, and how it affects everything from our heart to our brain...

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Maladies of empire  by Jim Downs

Maladies of empire

Jim Downs

Book

"Standard histories of medicine celebrate brilliant Westerners such as Florence Nightingale and John Snow. In this unorthodox telling, Jim Downs turns our focus to another key group of contributors: the subjugated peoples-forced into close quarters b...

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Yoga of courage and compassion  by W. (William) Yang

Yoga of courage and compassion

W. (William) Yang

Book

"Lessons in fearless living through breathwork, gentle movement, and meditation based on the experiences of those at the edge of life. Shares a series of simple, practical, and profound conscious breathing, movement, and meditation exercises that help...

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The great plant-based con  by Jayne Buxton

The great plant-based con

Jayne Buxton

Book

"Almost every day we hear a call for us to reduce our consumption of meat and dairy, with the long-term goal for many being the widespread conversion to a totally vegan lifestyle. 'Plant-based' has become a term so worthy and ubiquitous that many people...

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The healing power of the sun  by Richard Hobday

The healing power of the sun

Richard Hobday

Book

"Explores the many beneficial effects of sunlight to prevent and treat illness and boost health and well-being. Shares scientific research on sunlight therapy and tuberculosis, as well as studies on sunlight with regard to osteoporosis, diabetes, mul...

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The year the world went mad  by M. E. J. Woolhouse

The year the world went mad

M. E. J. Woolhouse

Book

"In January 2020, leading epidemiologist Professor Mark Woolhouse learned of a new virus taking hold in China. He immediately foresaw a hard road ahead for the entire world, and emailed the Chief Medical Officer of Scotland warning that the UK should...

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Yoga for motherhood  by Naomi Annand

Yoga for motherhood

Naomi Annand

Book

"A beautiful, nurturing and kind guide to yoga following the birth of a baby. The perfect gift for any new mother. Yoga for Motherhood offers a gentle guide to recovery and relaxation following pregnancy. Features include: approximately 60 restorative...

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Yoga nidra  by Richard C. Miller

Yoga nidra

Richard C. Miller

Book

"A new edition of this acclaimed guide - updated with the most current, research-supported iRest® practices and insights. Within you resides an ever-present self that is always whole and healthy, filled with an abiding sense of inner peace, and compl...

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My pleasure  by Laura Delarato

My pleasure

Laura Delarato

Book

"My Pleasure is an invaluable guide that empowers readers to explore their bodies and cultivate a satisfying sex life, no matter their relationship status. Body positivity advocate and sexual wellness writer Laura Delarato teaches that sexual pleasure...

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Hippocrasy  by Rachelle Buchbinder

Hippocrasy

Rachelle Buchbinder

Book

"Two world-leading doctors reveal the true state of modern medicine and how doctors are letting their patients down. In Hippocrasy, rheumatologist and epidemiologist Rachelle Buchbinder and orthopaedic surgeon Ian Harris argue that the benefits of me...

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Emotional inheritance  by Galit Atlas

Emotional inheritance

Galit Atlas

Book

"Past family trauma can keep us unconsciously connected to the past. It shapes our lives in ways we don't always recognise, and can keep us from living to our full potential. In this transformative book, award-winning psychoanalyst Dr Galit Atlas draws...

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Doctors divided  by Geoffrey Rice

Doctors divided

Geoffrey Rice

Book

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Survival ready  by Check Freedman

Survival ready

Check Freedman

Book

"Learn how to help ensure your survival and safety under any circumstances. This book is packed with skills and lessons in situational awareness, personal protection, travel security, and critical thinking. Learn how to think like trained military an...

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New Zealand nurses  by Pamela J. (Pamela Janet) Wood

New Zealand nurses

Pamela J. (Pamela Janet) Wood

Book

"Author Pamela Wood's New Zealand Nurses draws on a wealth of nurses' personal stories to identify the values, traditions, community and folklore of the nursing culture from 1880 - when hospital reforms began to formally introduce 'modern nursing' into...

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The witch's book of simples  by Mélusine Draco

The witch's book of simples

Mélusine Draco

Book

"Keep it Simple A Simple is a philtre derived from a single herb and was an important element among the natural resources of the parish-pump witch, wise-women and cunning-folk. Simples are common kitchen 'stuff' that have been handed down through gen...

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The herd  by Johan Anderberg

The herd

Johan Anderberg

Book

"In the spring of 2020, as a new and deadly virus rapidly spread across the globe, the world shut down. But a small country in Northern Europe remained open. The Swedish COVID-19 strategy has been alternately lauded and held up as a cautionary tale b...

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Cancer treatment breakthroughs  by Tim Ladhams

Cancer treatment breakthroughs

Tim Ladhams

Book

"Cancer is the world's biggest health problem, manifesting at an ever-increasing rate, and alongside the human cost is an enormous economic impact. With so much information available this detailed guide demystifies cancer treatment and highlights the...

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The busy caregiver's guide to advanced Alzheimer disease  by Jennifer R. Stelter

The busy caregiver's guide to advanced Alzheimer disease

Jennifer R. Stelter

Book

"The Dementia Connection Model is a recipe to connect families in a way that produces positive interactions and preserves their loved one's level of functioning for as long as possible. The model brings together three concepts in dementia care of what...

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The book of lymph  by Lisa Levitt Gainsley

The book of lymph

Lisa Levitt Gainsley

Book

"The lymphatic system is the body's first line of defence against illness and is responsible for ridding the body of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials. When it's not functioning well, it's easy to see and feel the bloat, puffiness and general...

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The truth about COVID-19  by Joseph Mercola

The truth about COVID-19

Joseph Mercola

Book

"Since early 2020, the world has experienced a series of catastrophic events-a global pandemic caused by what appears to be an engineered coronavirus; international lockdowns and border closings causing widespread business closures, economic collapse,...

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The upgrade  by Louann Brizendine

The upgrade

Louann Brizendine

Book

"Now, Brizendine uses her unique ability of making science approachable to offer an empowering vision of the years in a woman's life that have too often been ignored or misunderstood and creates a positive new framework for this life stage. She never...

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Menopause  by Louise Newson

Menopause

Louise Newson

Book

"This new book takes a straightforward look at menopause. What is it? When does it occur? What can be expected? How can it be managed? Dr Louise Newson is a well-known specialist in menopause and saw the need for a fact-based manual for women and the...

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Back and neck health

Back and neck health

Book

"Back and Neck Health looks at common back and neck conditions and what can cause them. The book also discusses different ways to treat back and neck pain, including self-care at home, several interventional approaches and different types of surgery....

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This is your mind on plants  by Michael Pollan

This is your mind on plants

Michael Pollan

Book

"Of all the many things humans rely on plants for, surely the most curious is our use of them to change consciousness- to stimulate, calm, or completely alter, the qualities of our mental experience. In This Is Your Mind On Plants, Michael Pollan exp...

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The Wahls protocol  by Terry L. Wahls

The Wahls protocol

Terry L. Wahls

Book

"After progressive multiple sclerosis landed Dr Wahls in a tilt/recline wheelchair, she exhaustively researched autoimmune disease and brain biology, and embraced the concepts of functional medicine. Determined to overcome her initial dismal diagnosis,...

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Healing through yoga  by Paul Denniston

Healing through yoga

Paul Denniston

Book

"Use yoga movement, breath, and sound to release pain and suffering without expectation or judgment and to reconnect to life, love, and strength. Grief Yoga is a concentrated and gentle opening and stretching of the body with a deep connection to the...

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Covid  by Sebastian Rushworth

Covid

Sebastian Rushworth

Book

"Many of the interventions taken by the world's governments to counter the pandemic have not been based on science. They have in fact often done more harm than good. That is Sebastian Rushworth's conclusion after having examined the scientific...

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Should I stay or should I go?  by Ramani Durvasula

Should I stay or should I go?

Ramani Durvasula

Book

"Narcissism is a modern epidemic -- and it's spreading rapidly. Narcissists tend to be pretty on the outside, but empty on the inside. While they are often successful, they are also controlling, manipulative, entitled, vain, and they have no empathy....

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Eat for energy  by Ari Whitten

Eat for energy

Ari Whitten

Book

"A deep dive into the underlying cellular cause of chronic fatigue, burnout, and brain fog, with a framework for restoring cognitive function, alertness, and an abundance of energy. Chronic fatigue, burnout, brain fog-however you want to call it, we as...

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Younger you  by Kara N. Fitzgerald

Younger you

Kara N. Fitzgerald

Book

"Based on the groundbreaking study that shaved three years off a subjects' age in just eight weeks, discover a proven, accessible plan to prevent diseases and reduce your biological age. It's true: getting older is inevitable and your chronological age...

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The boy who was raised as a dog  by Bruce Duncan Perry

The boy who was raised as a dog

Bruce Duncan Perry

Book

"How does trauma affect a child's mindand how can that mind recover? In the classic The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog, Dr. Perry explains what happens to the brains of children exposed to extreme stress and shares their lessons of courage, humanity, and...

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Pilates  by Emily Kelly

Pilates

Emily Kelly

Book

""Pilates works all the muscle groups in your body - with dramatic results. It can streamline your figure, making you longer and leaner, give you incredible posture and physical presence, build up your strength, and free you from any persistent little...

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Come as you are  by Emily Nagoski

Come as you are

Emily Nagoski

Book

"A revised and updated edition of Emily Nagoski's game-changing New York Times bestseller Come As You Are, featuring new information and research on mindfulness, desire, and pleasure that will radically transform your sex life. For much of the 20th and...

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Intermittent fasting made easy  by Thomas DeLauer

Intermittent fasting made easy

Thomas DeLauer

Book

"Intermittent Fasting Made Easy is the ordinary person's best practice guide to doing intermittent fasting optimally, effectively, and safely, written by top nutrition and fitness expert and YouTube sensation Thomas DeLauer"--Publisher's description.

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Scattered minds  by Gabor Maté

Scattered minds

Gabor Maté

Book

"This book explodes the myth of attention deficit disorder as genetically based - and offers real hope and advice for children and adults who live with the condition. Gabor Maté is a revered physician who specializes in neurology, psychiatry and psychology...

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In the realm of hungry ghosts  by Gabor Maté

In the realm of hungry ghosts

Gabor Maté

Book

"To heal addiction, you have to go back to the start...Dr Gabor Mate is one of the world's most revered thinkers on the psychology of addiction. His radical findings - based on decades of work with patients challenged by catastrophic drug addiction and...

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Motivational interviewing  by William R. (William Richard) Miller

Motivational interviewing

William R. (William Richard) Miller

Book

""This bestselling work for professionals and students is the authoritative presentation of motivational interviewing (MI), the powerful approach to facilitating change. The book elucidates the four processes of MI--engaging, focusing, evoking, and.....

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Everything you need to know about the menopause (but were too afraid to ask)  by Kate Muir

Everything you need to know about the menopause (but were too afraid to ask)

Kate Muir

Book

"An eye-opening, no-holds-barred guide to the perimenopause and menopause written by campaigner, journalist and documentary-maker Kate Muir. Everything You Need to Know About the Menopause (and were too afraid to ask) is the thinking woman's guide to...

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Six steps to managing Alzheimer's disease and dementia  by Andrew E. Budson

Six steps to managing Alzheimer's disease and dementia

Andrew E. Budson

Book

"Everyone is familiar with the terms "dementia" and "Alzheimer's disease," but not everyone knows exactly what they mean and how they are related. To begin our journey, we first need to develop a clear understanding of what dementia and Alzheimer's d...

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How to heal yourself when no one else can  by Amy B. Scher

How to heal yourself when no one else can

Amy B. Scher

Book

Written as a go-at-your-own pace total healing guide, this book covers techniques, including Emotional Freedom Technique, subconscious release, chakra clearing, and more. Offering readers powerful guidance into brand new territory with what critical ...

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Delivered from distraction  by Edward M. Hallowell

Delivered from distraction

Edward M. Hallowell

Book

"In 1994, Driven to Distraction sparked a revolution in our understanding of attention deficit disorder. Widely recognized as the classic in the field, the book has sold more than a million copies. Now a second revolution is under way in the approach...

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The complete guide to anti-inflammatory foods  by Lizzie Streit

The complete guide to anti-inflammatory foods

Lizzie Streit

Book

"The Complete Guide to Anti-Inflammatory Foods is a directory of 50 anti-inflammatory foods to use in your daily meals and snacks to improve your diet and ward off health problems caused by inflammation. Each ingredient includes guidance on buying, s...

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Live younger longer  by Stephen L. Kopecky

Live younger longer

Stephen L. Kopecky

Book

"In the past century, the leading causes of death around the world have shifted from infectious diseases to long-term chronic illnesses. What's killing us today isn't so much flu or tuberculosis, but heart disease and cancer. In fact, more than 1.2 m...

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Your guide to miscarriage & pregnancy loss  by Kate (M.D.) White

Your guide to miscarriage & pregnancy loss

Kate (M.D.) White

Book

"Miscarriage affects almost 1 million women in the United States every year. Yet each person experiencing a pregnancy loss often feels alone and full of questions about the process and the aftermath. And today's health care system is simply not designed...

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The real Anthony Fauci  by Robert Francis Kennedy

The real Anthony Fauci

Robert Francis Kennedy

Book

"As director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Dr. Anthony Fauci dispenses $6.1 billion in annual taxpayer-provided funding for scientific research, allowing him to dictate the subject, content, and outcome of scie...

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Taking charge of adult ADHD  by Russell A. Barkley

Taking charge of adult ADHD

Russell A. Barkley

Book

"Many tens of thousands of readers have found needed information and support in this authoritative guide, now in a revised and updated second edition. Preeminent expert Russell A. Barkley explains what ADHD looks like in adults, how to get an accurat...

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Change your brain, change your life  by Daniel G Amen

Change your brain, change your life

Daniel G Amen

Book

"In this completely revised and updated edition of the breakthrough bestseller that's sold nearly a million copies worldwide, you'll see scientific evidence that your anxiety, depression, anger, obsessiveness or impulsiveness could be related to how ...

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In an unspoken voice  by Peter A. Levine

In an unspoken voice

Peter A. Levine

Book

"Based on findings from biology, neuroscience, and the emerging field of body-oriented psychotherapy, In an Unspoken Voice explains that trauma is not a disease or a disorder, but an injury caused by fright, helplessness, and loss and that this wound...

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Life force  by Anthony Robbins

Life force

Anthony Robbins

Book

"Transform your life or the life of someone you love with Life Force -- the newest breakthroughs in health technology to help maximize your energy and strength, prevent disease, and extend your health span -- from Tony Robbins, author of the #1 New York...

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Guide to getting it on  by Paul (Paul N.) Joannides

Guide to getting it on

Paul (Paul N.) Joannides

Book

"Today's young adults are the first generation who began watching the most explicit porn in history on their phones in Middle School. They have very different expectations and needs from a book on sex today than when the first edition of 'The Guide' ...

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Everyday wellness  by MaryRuth Ghiyam

Everyday wellness

MaryRuth Ghiyam

Book

"Do you want to nourish your body, but don't have the time, energy or motivation to make the necessary changes? The Art of Health for Busy People contains twelve easy, actionable, and inspiring steps that are specially tailored toward anyone who feels...

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Transforming the living legacy of trauma  by Janina Fisher

Transforming the living legacy of trauma

Janina Fisher

Book

"Janina shows us that healing traumatic wounds consists of learning new habits of observation and self-discovery. The goal of treatment is not so much digging up the past but the repair of the injuries suffered as a result of traumatizing experiences....

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