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The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 6. Organ Donation - Transplant Guide (Organs Are Scarce, People Buy Them, It’s Legal) By Tony Kelbrat
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The supply of organs for people that need them through organ donation is not enough to satisfy the demand. Some people go to foreign countries like Poland, Thailand or India to buy an organ. Some... More > organs can only be donated from a deceased person. Others come from living people like kidneys and bone marrow. Some day, all organs will be synthetic but not yet. This is a simple guide about organ donation-transplantation. Organ transplant is the process of replacing diseased organs with healthy ones. After that, the patient must take anti-reaction drugs for life. You can donate a few organs and still keep the body intact for a funeral or you can donate the body completely. You receive no pay although some places now are buying people's bodies in advance for when they die.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 3. Medical Knowledge, Topics & Ideas (Journals, Research, Websites, Events, Conferences, Tests, Find a Doctor, Vaccinations) By Tony Kelbrat
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The book Medical Books in Print contains a bibliography of the relevant medical books out there. The Medical Section at the library is #610-619 of the Dewy Decimal System, R in the Library of... More > Congress system. 610. Medical Sciences. 611. Human anatomy. 612. Human physiology. 613. Hygiene, fitness, diet. 614. Public health. 615. Therapeutics and pharmacology. 616. Medicine, diseases. 617. Surgery. 618. Specialized medicine, women, childbirth, children. 619. Comparative and experimental medicine. R, Medicine. RB, Pathology. RK, Dentistry. RT, Nursing. At #613, you'll find hundreds of books dealing with current health topics on everything from women's issues to nutrition, exercise, fitness, recreation, yoga, etc. For general medical textbooks that cover everything, popular medicine as they call it, go to #616.00 or RC81 at the library. There are a lot of healthcare books at #361-362.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 13. Dental Guide (Dental Procedures, Find a Dentist, Holistic Dentistry, Cheap Dentistry At Dental Schools, Sleep Dentistry, Fluoridation Scam?) By Tony Kelbrat
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Teeth have an outer coating of enamel followed by dentin which surrounds pulp, the live area that has blood, blood and nerves in it. People get two sets of teeth over a lifetime, the primary teeth... More > that appear in infancy and last for several years to be replaced by the permanent teeth before adolescence. Most of us have 32 permanent teeth. Incisors have a sharp edge for cutting food, the canines tear food and the premolars and molars grind food. There are four main types of teeth: Incisors, the front teeth. Canines or cuspids, the pointed teeth on either side of the incisors. Bicuspids or premolars, the mostly flat-topped teeth after the canines. Molars, the large, flat-topped teeth at the back of the mouth. The third molars are called the wisdom teeth. A tooth is living tissue. The crown is the part of the tooth that we see in the mouth. Dentin makes up most of the tooth. It's harder than bone but it still decays.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 11. Stomach, Digestion & Expulsion (Acid Reflux, Hemorrhoids. Celiac, Liver, Hepatitis, Incontinence, Kidney) By Tony Kelbrat
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The digestive system uses food to sustain the body, extracting nutrients and energy from it while eliminating the rest. Food is taken in through the mouth, chewed and softened with saliva then... More > swallowed through the throat, going down the esophagus to the stomach. It is then mixed in with hydrochloric acid and various enzymes and slowly digested. It moves through the small intestine where digestive enzymes from the liver and gallbladder continue to digest it. Then it goes into the large intestine where it is further digested and separated into useful fuel and nutrients for the body versus what is not useful which is prepared as waste for elimination. Along the way the food is moved by muscle contractions (peristalsis) while the sphincter muscles temporarily halt the movement of food between parts of the system during processing.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 8. Arthritis - Rheumatism Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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Arthritis, one of the oldest disease known to mankind, is the inflammation of one or more joints. It occurs in all ethnic races at all times of the life-cycle. Decline in joint function generally... More > begins at age 30 if you don't exercise. No one really knows the exact cause of this painful and disabling disease, however, there are three theories: Infection. Body's own defenses go out of line and attack its own tissues. Atrophy of joints due to little use. Experts believe that emotional stress plays a very important role in the cause of arthritis. Arthritis usually begins with a morning stiffness in the joints brought on by a life of hard work and/ or former injuries. Nearly 40 million Americans have some form of arthritis. The general term arthritis includes over 100 kinds of rheumatic diseases most of which last for life.< Less
The "People Power" Health Superbook: Book 12. Cancer Guide (Conventional and Holistic Cancer Treatments) By Tony Kelbrat
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Cancer is a group of more than 200 diseases each of which, though different, attack some of the body's cells. Healthy cells that make up the body's tissues grow, divide and replace themselves in an... More > orderly way to keep the body in good repair but toxic cancerous cells destroy the body. Cancer refers to all malignant tumours caused by the abnormal growth of a body cell or a group of cells. In men, cancer is usually found in the intestines, the prostate and the lungs. In women, it occurs mostly in the breast tissues, uterus, gallbladder and thyroid. The American Cancer Society has prescribed seven signs or danger signals in general which may indicate the presence of cancer. These are: a sore that does not heal; change in bowel or bladder habits; unusual bleeding or discharge; thickening or lump in breast or elsewhere; indigestion or difficulty in swallowing; obvious change in a wart or a mole a persistent and nagging cough or hoarseness. Other symptoms may include:< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 14. Pain Control Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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Pain is the body screaming to the mind saying "Danger, Danger" warning you to either sit still to avoid further injury or to do something about it. The span ranges from localized acute... More > pain for injuries to long-term chronic pain. Pain exists in a relationship between the brain and the body within a complex network of nerves (neurons), hormones and psychological factors. Pain ranges the spectrum from irritating to agonizing. There are some medications and therapies around to help reduce pain sensations. Many people who use pain medication then get hooked on it and have a hard time breaking away, if ever. In extreme cases, the doctors will cut the nerves leading to the CNS in order to stop the pain signals from reaching the brain. There is fast, intense pain and a slow, low level, dull pain. Nobody really knows exactly where pain begins or where it ends but a salient factor is that the mind has a lot to do with its intensity and management.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 17. Prescription Drug Guide (Drug Allergies, Free & Low - Cost Drugs, Buy Drugs, Drug Errors, Drug Side - Effects) By Tony Kelbrat
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Educate yourself about any condition you might have and the treatments from both the Western and holistic points of view. Use both to heal yourself. Like the golden mean, excess in anything is not... More > good for you. Use generic as opposed to brand name drugs to save money. They're drugs whose patent has run out so now anybody can produce them. The original company keeps the right to its brand name so when the doctor writes out your prescription, ask him to write out the generic name of the drug, if applicable as opposed to the brand name which many do, probably because of habit or they get some form of favor from that company. Not all drugs are manufactured in a generic version. The major points of medical drug use are: Know the drug you're using. If it doesn't work, ask for another drug that does the same function. There are many different drugs that treat the same diseases. Follow the dosage instructions. Throw old drugs away.< Less
The "People Power" Health Superbook: Book 16. Natural - Christian Medicine (Homeo - Naturo - Pathy, Home Remedies, Vitamins - Herbs - Minerals - Salts, Water Therapy, Peace of Mind) By Tony Kelbrat
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The main causes of illness is taking in toxins through processed foods which deplete some nutrients from the body but the worst thing they do is build up in organs and other body parts to form tumors... More > which destroy tissue and could spread as parasitic material to kill you. These poisonous cells in the tumors live off the healthy tissue thereby killing it. There are toxins everywhere like all the wireless waves around, air polluted by carbon monoxide from cars, chlorine in the water you wash your body with, the freon in refrigerators, chemical cleaning solutions on carpets, etc. The body tries to clean itself by getting rid of toxins in the form of extra mucus, fever nausea, diarrhea, headaches, cold or flu symptoms, sneezing, etc. Waste matter is excreted from the rectum through stools, from the bladder through urine, from the lungs through breath, from the pores of the skin through sweat. If there is something wrong with your expulsion system like if you’re constipated, waste stays in your body.< Less
The "People Power" Health Superbook: Book 15. Holistic Medicine Guide (Alternative Medical Ideas, People Heal Themselves) By Tony Kelbrat
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Illness is caused by an imbalance in the body. Are you naturally inspired about your life? Do you consciously take care of your health and well-being? When you wake up in the morning, what are... More > your first thoughts? How do you spend your days? If money, freedom and health were no object, how would you spend your days? Do you ever feel powerful and vital? What is a feeling of power and vitality like? What is a generic, mundane life like? Is that you? Are you a big consumer of pop culture entertainment and useless material goods like home décor? One thing is certain, your life is lived alone in your head therefore it's up to you. You create your own attitudes therefore your own biochemistry as I discuss elsewhere. Joy breeds the release of more neurotransmitters in your head that give you greater joy while depression depresses your biochemistry even more. The bottom line to a full, powerful life is to what extent are you naturally inspired?< Less