Non-Fiction - Health - Medical

What Will I Wear to Your Funeral?

By Kellie Curtain

What Will I Wear to Your Funeral? by Kellie Curtain is a beautiful and heart rending memoir that speaks about the author’s most difficult moments in life, her bonding with her mother, and her last journey together. Readers will experience a gamut of emotions, raw...

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Staying in the Green Zone

How Biology Drives Behavior
By Dr. Christian Reichardt

Staying in the Green Zone: How Biology Drives Behavior is a nonfiction motivational self-help book written by Dr. Christian Reichardt. Dr. Reichardt has been a practicing Doctor of Chiropractic for 35 years; he’s also a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician since 1986, a Certified Master Golf-Club...

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Surviving PTSD & Moral Injury

How an Afghanistan veteran breaks the silence on mental illness
By Erik Krikke

Surviving PTSD & Moral Injury is a nonfiction memoir written by Erik Krikke. Krikke had reluctantly come to terms with the likelihood that he would be deployed as part of NATO’s Multinational Medical Unit, Role 3. Those at the hospital where he was currently assigned,...

The Joint Kitchen

A Handbook for Orthopaedic Inventors and Fraidy Cats Facing a Knee or Hip Replacement
By Michael David Ries

The Joint Kitchen: A Handbook for Orthopaedic Inventors and Fraidy Cats Facing a Knee or Hip Replacement is a nonfiction medical/occupational book written by Michael David Ries. Ries is an orthopedic surgeon and inventor who holds the patents on 45 hip and knee replacement devices....

The Reluctant Caregiver

Missives from the Caregiving Minefields
By Joy K Johnston

Many elderly people suffer from illnesses, but when the debilitating disease of Alzheimer's or dementia kicks in, the conversation changes. In The Reluctant Caregiver: Missives from the Caregiving Minefields by Joy K Johnston, you will read the raw and gritty account of the author's journey...

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Hair Loss

Options for Restoration & Reversal
By Gustavo J. Gomez, Ph.D.

I am not overly vain and I have resigned myself to getting old and not being able to do as much as I could in my youth. But I have had a full, even luxurious head of hair my entire life and if I can...

Waking Mathilda

A Memoir of Childhood Narcolepsy
By Claire Crisp

Waking Mathilda by Claire Crisp recounts the chain of events from 2009 when she took their youngest two-year-old daughter to the National Health Service in England to be innoculated against swine flu. It was not long after that Mathilda’s whole persona changed from a lively...

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Nourish

Ayurveda-inspired 21-day Detox
By Stephanie Hrehirchuk

The word “nourish” to some people means to eat food that is good for you. Stephanie Hrehirchuk has recreated the concept of nourishing to mean doing anything that is good for you. For instance, creating a new habit not to eat sweets would be nourishing....

Ben'oni L'Benyamin: From Sorrow to Strength

My Journey with Depression
By Rabbi Sara Berman

Ben'oni L'Benyamin: From Sorrow to Strength: My Journey with Depression is a nonfiction motivational self-help book written by Rabbi Sara Berman. Berman, who is an ordained Rabbi and a board-certified chaplain, had worked in the Neuropsychiatric Institute as part of her participation in UCLA’s chaplaincy...

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At The Root

My journey to health and healing
By Kimberly Miles

At the Root by Kimberly Miles is the author’s journey toward the importance of taking responsibility for her health and managing her life after realizing the importance one's mouth plays in one’s overall health and well-being. Many of us go through unexplained health problems that...