In the late 1980s, a national outcry followed the publication of Sandra Coney and Phillida Bunkle's 'Unfortunate Experiment' article in Metro magazine about the treatment of carcinoma in situ at National Women's Hospital. The article prompted a commission of inquiry led by Judge Silvia Cartwright (now Dame Silvia Cartwright),... read more
Your Guide to Great Health, Fat Loss and Increased Energy! Featuring 150 Delicious, Nutritious, Balanced Recipes - breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts and more! "Bill Phillips' approach to eating right, along with regular exercise, helped me lose 24 pounds of bodyfat while lowering my blood pressure and reducing my risk of... read more
Take a jaw-dropping interactive top-to-toe tour of your body with this compact guide. It features amazing 3D images that reveal all your major systems in molecular detail. It helps you: discover how the nervous system works, the intricate construction of skeleton and muscles, and how your body protects itself when you are und... read more
|Author:||Alba DiCenso et al|
Evidence-Based Nursing is written in response to numerous requests by nurse practitioners and other graduate faculty for a nursing literature resource. This reader-friendly, accessible guide features plentiful examples from the nursing literature and the addition of specific nursing issues such as qualitative research, with d... read more
|Author:||Dr. Henry Lindlahr|
Originating in Europe in the early twentieth century, the Nature Cure movement laid the foundations for much of complementary medicine and naturopathy as we know it today. Dr Henry Lindlahr was one of the pioneers of Nature Cure who popularised the movement in the West. Eloquent and passionate about his theories, in this grou... read more
Natural remedies are widely available not only from specialist herb and health food shops but from mainstream pharmacies and supermarkets. Penelope Ody provides an invaluable guide to the exotic, fashionable and familiar components of complementary medicine, including the European herb and hedgerow plants that have been used ... read more
|Author:||Larry R. Cochard|
With more than 300 medical illustrations plus schematics, tables, and concise text, this is the only atlas with comprehensive coverage of the major processes, events, and concepts related to normal and abnormal embryonic development. Emphasizing the morphological patterns in the embryo and fetus, the development of the embryo... read more
|Author:||Barry S. Seibel|
Mastering the Tools and Techniques of Phacoemulsification Surgery
What surgical advancements have spawned from the evolution of phaco technology?
Join the thousands of surgeons who have utilized Phacodynamics: Mastering the Tools and Techniques of Phacoemulsification Surgery to understand and benefit from ... read more
Heart attacks and strokes kill 40% of people in Western countries, making cardiovascular disease the leading cause of death. In the first-ever book on the polypill, Miracle Pill: Will you take the polypill?, New Zealand doctor and researcher Shaun Holt explains the exciting concept of an inexpensive table containing six medic... read more
The revolutionary program for halting - and reversing - heart disease without drugs or surgery!
Now completely revised and updated!
|Author:||John M. Naish|
A disease for every occasion, an illness for every symptom. The Hypochondriac's Handbook is a treasure trove of wild, daft, strange, scary - and hitherto obscure - medical research. This is a snappy and amusing guide to over 250 fascinating and obscure conditions from the dark corners of medical journalism, compiled by The... read more
Having Type 2 diabetes needn't mean putting life on hold. Find out how to control your condition and live life to the full using this question-and-answer guide. Make successful lifestyle changes to promote good health Become more active and eat more healthily Monitor your blood glucose level with the help of step-by-step ... read more
|Author:||Basant K. Puri|
Dr Basant Puri has been at the forefront of dramatic new research into the treatment of depression. His work with EPA, a natural supplement which can be bought without prescription, has demonstrated a 100 per cent success rate in treating depressed patients who have failed to respond to prescribed anti-depressants. This break... read more
|Author:||Paul Blacklow & Rebecca Hayter|
When Paul Blacklow was diagnosed with motor neurone disease just after his marriage at the age of 31, he refused to accept the prognosis that he would die within five years. Instead he delved into the world of alternative therapies, exploring physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing. By the time of his death, aged 35... read more
Vitamin Green provides an up-to-the-minute look at the single most important topic in contemporary design: sustainability. This new attention to the life of the things we make is changing the way design is practiced on every level and will be at the center of discussions about architecture, landscape architecture, and product... read more
A revolutionary new interactive programme of daily personal reflection and lifestyle change for healthy and sustainable weight-loss for individuals or groups. Not a diet, Fat Chance! focuses on learning how slim people eat. Over 12 weeks readers learn to change the way they think about themselves, their priorities, about food... read more
A guide to empower women to manage their endometriosis. It shows how making informed choices can improve wellbeing through diet and lifestyle changes and can personally vouch for the positive difference these alterations can make to the health of endometriosis sufferers.
Suffering from chronic illness and unable to get satisfactory results from doctors, husband and wife scientists Paul and Shou-Ching Jaminet took a personal interest in health and nutrition, embarking on five years of rigorous research. What they found changed their lives - and the lives of thousands of their readers. In Perfe... read more