Telemedicine Services

An Argument for Use in Africa, Haiti, and the U.S. Virgin Islands Healthcare Systems
By Dr. Hugues F. Batsielilit

Telemedicine Services: An Argument for Use in Africa, Haiti, and the U.S. Virgin Islands Healthcare Systems by Dr. Hugues F. Batsielilit is a compelling and important work of non-fiction that advocates for the implementation of telemedicine in the locations mentioned in the title. Dr. Hugues...

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Towards a Natural Social Contract

Transformative Social-Ecological Innovation for a Sustainable, Healthy and Just Society
By Patrick Huntjens

Towards a Natural Social Contract by Patrick Huntjens is an influential non-fiction book with the primary focus of "Transformative Social-Ecological Innovation for a Sustainable, Healthy and Just Society." Across three parts and six chapters, introduction and conclusion excluded, Huntjens offers up an independently conceptualized and...

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This is How You Vagina

All About Your Vajayjay and Why You Probably Shouldn't Call it That
By Nicole E. Williams, MD

This is How You Vagina: All About Your Vajayjay and Why You Probably Shouldn't Call it That by Nicole E. Williams, MD is an eye-opening self-help and health book about the vagina and what makes it so unique. It's everything you've always wanted to know...

The Long Road Back To Boston

Running Marathons With Leukemia
By Phillip Fields Ph.D

The Long Road Back To Boston: Running Marathons with Leukemia by Phillip Fields Ph.D. is a spellbinding memoir that follows the author’s journey after receiving the devastating news that his days are numbered. How do you react when you know you have five to seven...

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The Ultimate College Student Health Handbook

Your Guide for Everything from Hangovers to Homesickness
By Jill Grimes, MD

The Ultimate College Student Health Handbook: Your Guide for Everything from Hangovers to Homesickness by Jill Grimes, MD is a comprehensive guide for students. It is not (as reminded in the Note to readers) a substitute for medical care; far from it. It introduces varied...

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The Fitness Starter Kit

A Guidebook to Help You Upgrade Your Mindset, Build Muscle, Burn Fat, & Pick the Best Supplements Worth Buying
By Theimus D. Roberson

The Fitness Starter Kit: A Guidebook to Help You Upgrade Your Mindset, Build Muscle, Burn Fat, & Pick the Best Supplements Worth Buying by Theimus D. Roberson is an award-winning fitness book that has everything you need to know about how to stay fit and...

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The New Eugenics

Modifying Biological Life in the 21st Century
By Conrad B. Quintyn

The New Eugenics: Modifying Biological Life in the 21st Century by Conrad B. Quintyn is a powerful expose of what the author calls “New Eugenics.” Eugenics has been understood, until now, as a practice that aims at improving the human species by selectively mating people...

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The Addicted Child

A Parent's Guide to Adolescent Substance Abuse
By Richard Capriola

The Addicted Child by Richard Capriola is an insightful book that will assist the parents of addicted children to help not only the child they love but also themselves as they navigate the problem. The book is all about adolescent substance abuse and the author...

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Trials

Two Cousins, Cancer, and the Doctors Who Fought to Save Their Lives
By Larry Bradley

In 1976 Keith, a Vietnam veteran, and his wife Judy, a celebrated runner, were given the devastating news that their two-year-old son Aaron had leukemia. They both refused to give up on Aaron or believe the horrifying prognosis that his little body would eventually succumb...

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Take My Hand

Two best friends, two sons fighting for their lives, one true story about motherhood, grief and hope
By Kerry Fisher, Pat Sowa

Take My Hand by Kerry Fisher and Pat Sowa is the poignant story of the two authors who have been the best of friends since they met at university. This book will provide comfort and companionship to anyone who is going through difficult times. The...

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