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Coffee in Health and Disease Prevention By Victor R
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Coffee in Health and Disease Prevention presents a comprehensive look at the compounds in coffee, their reported benefits (or toxicity risks) and also explores them on a health-condition specific... More > level, providing researchers and academics with a single-volume resource to help in identifying potential treatment uses. No other book on the market considers all the varieties of coffee in one volume, or takes the disease-focused approach that will assist in directing further research and studies. The book embraces a holistic approach and effectively investigates coffee and its specific compounds from the biochemical to the nutritional well-being of geographical populations. This book represents essential reading for researchers in nutrition, dietetics, food science, biochemistry, and public health.< Less
Daily Walking for Health By Gifford Dostie
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The next time you have a medical check-up, don't be surprised if your doctor hands you a prescription to Daily Walking. Yes, this simple activity that you've been doing since you were about a year... More > old is now being touted (along with other forms of regular physical activity) as the closest thing we have to a wonder drug, in the words of Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Judging from the research, its a well-earned reputation. Walking can have a bigger impact on disease risk and various health conditions than just about any other remedy that's readily available to you. Whats more, its free and has practically no negative side effects.< Less
The Natural Way to Brain Health By Matt Smith
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Your brain not only controls your mental strength and ability, but it also regulates hormonal and chemical balances that dictate your emotions, and can impact truly every area of your life. Studies... More > tell us that mentally healthy individuals enjoy better physical health than the average person. They live longer as well. They suffer from less stress and anxiety, and enjoy an improved aging experience, possibly lowering their risks for brain degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. When your brain is strong and capable, so is your body, which in turn promotes better mental wellness... This wonderful cycle of total health and well-being means one simple thing... When your brain is healthy and you are as mentally fit as you can be, you enjoy an improved quality of life, and better emotional and physical health< Less
Health and Safety 2017 By Andy Brazier
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This book covers all the key elements of health and safety as it stands as a discipline at the beginning of 2017. It provides a quick reference, focussing on hazards in the workplace and practical... More > controls of risk. The aim has been to present the health and safety processes so that, if these are understood, appropriate solutions to a very large range of health and safety issues can be developed. Throughout this book reference has been made to many different documents, most of which are available free from the UK Health and Safety Executive’s website. This book has been arranged, to a large extent, around the syllabus of the NEBOSH National General Certificate (NGC). It is hoped that the book will be a useful aid to people studying for the certificate, acting as a supplement to training material from course providers or to assist in self-study.< Less
Heart Health With Natural Medicine By Dr. Heather B. Fox
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Heart Health With Natural Medicine by Dr. Heather Fox, helps you understand! • Achieve Optimal Health with Bioenergetic Medicine • Newest Risk Factors and Most Important Tests you ... More > should ask for • Which ‘Food’ entered our Diets in 1911 causing more damage to Heart Health than anything else in history • Specific Nutritional Supplements to help you avoid Drugs and Surgery. • Which Blood Thinners are no longer considered safe or useful according to the American Heart Association and should be discontinued as ‘Treatment’? Drugs still commonly prescribed every day in Canada. • How do Statin drugs for cholesterol damage the heart and what are your alternatives to these often dangerous drugs • Cholesterol is NOT the Bad Guy!< Less
The Men's Health and Women's Health Big Book of Sex Your Authoritative By The Editors of Men's Health
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Good health and a fit body are inextricably entwined with great sex. On a physical level, fitness makesone a more attractive and skilled lover. On an emotional level, studies show that body image... More > plays a key role in sexual desire and satisfaction. Research has linked a healthy sex life to lower risks of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, depression, and obesity. Based on the latest research on sexual health, behavioral psychology, fitness, and nutrition, The Men'sHealth and Women's Health Big Book of Sex is brimming with useful tips, exercise photos, practical sidebars, and more. The two-sided book also features the Better-Sex Workout, the Better-Sex Diet, a Trouble-Shooter's Guide to Sexual Health, and Q&A columns from the Men's Health "Girl Next Door" and Women's Health "Guy Next Door" and leading sexual health experts.< Less
Vector Borne Disease: Environmental Risk Factors and Sustainable Control Programs By June Weintraub
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This literature review seeks to identify the "root causes" of several diseases that are transmitted among humans by insects and other animals, known as vectors. With an understanding of the... More > causes underlying the occurrence of vector-borne diseases, effective approaches to their control and management are identified. The approaches suggested by this investigation attack many of the factors common to these diseases; but in order to achieve sustained positive results, a vector-borne disease management program must acknowledge and overcome a number of obstacles.< Less
Life, Liberty and The Pursuit of Health Care By Edwin Long
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Edwin Tutt Long is a board-certified thoracic surgeon, inventor, and businessman who has made it his mission to research and propose a workable system so that all Americans can have health coverage.... More > Issuing a call to action for every American, Dr. Long believes that it's not enough to propose health care for everyone in the U.S. He lays out a structure that assures all players of a reasonable return for their efforts--a universal health care plan that can work. Impossible? Far from it. Dr. long tells, in clear and simple terms, just how we can do it.< Less
The Other Victim: Increased Physical and Psychological Risk from Abortion By Jesse Watkins
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The arguments of the Pro-Choice movement normally center around the mother’s “rights” as an individual to decide if she should keep the child developing in her womb. Even though... More > the Hippocratic Oath of the medical community says “do no harm,” the overwhelming evidence is that when a mother follows the route of abortion, she is increasing the chances of suffering in other areas of her life not limited to emotional, mental, and physical difficulties. This book seeks to focus not on the baby, but rather on the mother as the victim in abortion who will deal with the stress of the decision for the rest of her life. By fully consulting all of the evidence, mothers will be able to make a more-informed choice about the dangers that await on the other side of abortion.< Less
An Assessment of the Effect of Multimorbidity on Motor-Vehicle Accident Risk By Yannick Fortin
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A doctoral thesis evaluating the relationship between multimorbidity and motor-vehicle accidents using U.S. electronic health records.

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