|May 25, 2018||Posted by admin under Fitness, Health, Self-help, Women|
A basic introduction into the Japanese ritual of glowing
|August 15, 2016||Posted by admin under Cooking, Health|
A recipe book about living an alkaline balanced lifestyle
|June 1, 2015||Posted by admin under Health, History, Medicine|
A comprehensive and fascinating look at the origins of modern medicine
|May 18, 2015||Posted by admin under Exercise, Fitness, Food, Health|
A unique approach to becoming healthier and more active
|April 16, 2015||Posted by admin under Exercise, Food, Health|
A book that encourages you to try something new for 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months.
|August 14, 2013||Posted by Alison Jenkins under Health, Non-fiction, Young Adult|
A collection of frank and descriptive accounts that honestly look into teens’ struggles with anxiety disorders.
|May 27, 2013||Posted by Andrea Scott under Health, Memoir, Non-fiction|
A memoir that provides a very raw and honest look at a young mother who is struggling with alcoholism.
|November 6, 2010||Posted by Christine Gordon Manley under Biography, Health, Non-fiction|
Let me tell you a story. It’s about a girl named Elena Desserich. Shortly before her sixth birthday, she is diagnoised with a complex and (most often) incurable cancer. She begins a series of intensive radiation, chemotherapy, and drug treatments. Elena Desserich is not a fictional story. She is the daughter of Brooke and Keith Desserich (the authors) and she died nine months after first being diagnosed.
|September 12, 2010||Posted by Kris McNaughton under Health, Non-fiction|
Micmac Medicines by Laurie Lacey is heavy on the recollections and much lighter on the remedy aspect. The book may capture a reader’s interest and generate a desire to learn more about natural remedies and their preparation…
|May 27, 2010||Posted by Randy McDonald under Biography, Health, Non-fiction|
The Noonday Demon is a comprehensive survey of the issue that begins powerfully by recounting his own experiences: when his depressions began, what triggered it, what it felt like, what worsened it, what could start to make it better…