May 23, 2015
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Questioning
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Questioning Protocol

By Randi Redmond Oster

Rating:  star star star star star 

QUESTIONING PROTOCOL is an eye-opening narrative replete with humor, hope, and, most importantly, helpful tips about the health care system. No parent wants to see his or her child suffer.

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Thriving with Chronic Pain

By Sean Meshorer

Rating:  star star star star star 

The author offers advice and suggestions for not only managing chronic pain, but also leading a thriving life with it.

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The Book Of Supplement Secrets

By Timothy Mielke

Rating:  star star star star star 

Tim Mielke does yeoman’s service, alerting the average consumer to shoddy practices and deceptive claims in the nutritional supplement industry, while also educating them on making better purchasing decisions.

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I Left My Prostate In San Francisco

By Rick and Brenda Redner

Rating:  star star star star star 

I LEFT MY PROSTATE IN SAN FRANCISCO: WHERE’S YOURS? by Rick and Brenda Redner, tells the well-written and often excruciating story of Rick’s unexpected diagnosis of prostate cancer and the aftermath.

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Breathing For Two

By Wolf Pascoe

Rating:  star star star star star 

An anesthesiologist’s account of his failures, triumphs, and lessons learned, in the business of knocking people unconscious.

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One Weight Loss Plan, Two Friends, Three Weeks

By April Paine and Stacey Wein

Rating:  star star star star star 

April Paine and Stacey Wein met in college, and became bosom buddies, life-long friends who continuously struggled with weight loss and body images – that is, until they harnessed the most powerful tool ever: friendship.

how I lost
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How I Lost My Uterus and Found My Voice: A Memoir of Love, Hope, and Empowerment

By Michelle L. Whitlock

Rating:  star star star star star 

At 26, author Michelle Whitlock was living a “normal” life; she had a job in retail, great friends, and a loving family. Then, with the discovery that she had invasive cervical cancer, everything changed.

the hormone
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The Hormone Shift: How to Resolve Issues with your Mood, Weight & Health

By Dawn M. Cutillo

Rating:  star star star star star 

Cutillo, who has worked in the health field for 23 years, unravels the mystery of how hormones work in this comprehensive and user-friendly book for women of all ages and stages.

fast food
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Fast Food Vindication

By Lisa Tillinger Johansen

Rating:  star star star star star 

Lisa Tilinger Johansen, a former McDonald’s Corporation real-estate-executive-turned-Registered-Dietician, is out to balance the bad rap that the fast food restaurants have received from books like Fast Food Nation and Supersize Me with bite-sized portions of common sense advice about nutrition, food and eating choices.

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Grade A Baby Eggs

By Victoria Hopewell

Rating:  star star star star star 

A fascinating, often funny memoir chronicling author Victoria Hopewell’s three-year baby-making mission.

successfully big
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Successfully Surviving a Brain Injury: A Family Guide Book

By Garry Prowe

Rating:  star star star star star 

When Jessica Prowe sustains a serious brain injury in a tragic car accident, her husband and author Garry Prowe is left in a state of shock, disbelief and confusion. The reality he faces is overwhelming, but he quickly becomes proactive and takes on the role as the main caregiver in his wife’s long journey to recovery.

essential
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Essential Nourishment

By Marika Blossfeldt

Rating:  star star star star star 

Visually stunning and packed full of mouthwatering recipes, Essential Nourishment puts the emphasis on an appreciation for the sensual pleasures of natural foods with a sensible approach to nourishment.