Author: Suzanne Humphries, Genre: History, Total Page: 502, Publisher: CreateSpace, ISBN: 1480216895

Starting in the mid-1800s, there was a steady drop in deaths from all infectious diseases, decreasing to relatively minor levels by the early 1900s. The history of that transformation involves famine, poverty, filth, lost cures, eugenicist doctrine, individual freedoms versus state might, protests and arrests over vaccine refusal, and much more. But the authors shows that vaccines, antibiotics, and other medical interventions are not responsible for the increase in lifespan and the decline in mortality from infectious diseases.

Author: Suzanne Humphries, Genre: , Total Page: 416, Publisher: , ISBN: 0692648186

Did you know that 400 medical doctors commit suicide each year in the USA? That is about the size of two whole medical school classes. This autobiography tells the intricate and personal story one doctor's path through medical school and out into academia, specialty medicine, and practice, having to conform to the system's standards. Like many doctors, she was on the way to becoming one of the walking dead. Then, one day she realized that policy was harming her patients, and she took a stand. This resulted in hostility and ostracism by the authorities and her peers in the system. In 2011, depressed and deflated, life was difficult in all directions . . . until she found peace through an unexpected path and a new friend. The co-author of Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History brings you her entertaining autobiography, which will surprise you and have you wondering if your own doctor could be inadvertently threatening your health.

Author: Everest Media,, Genre: History, Total Page: , Publisher: Everest Media LLC, ISBN: 9781669358541

Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 The filters we apply to the past can make it seem like the 1800s was a time of elegance and romance, when in reality, it was a time of long hours spent doing menial labor for little pay. #2 The underbelly of Western culture in the 1800s to the 1900s was never discussed in terms of the medical issues and diseases that afflicted that era. However, those were the most important aspects of susceptibility and spread of illness.

Author: Janine Roberts, Genre: Medical, Total Page: 291, Publisher: , ISBN: 0955917727

This is the story of a ten-year investigative journey into a reckless and contaminated medical industry. The author takes her readers on a journey into the very heart of the hunt for viruses - to the key experiments that were performed to prove that these invisibly small particles cause diseases that often were previously blamed on toxins or bacteria. It sheds light on the extraordinary assumptions underlying much of this research into viruses - and the resulting vaccines and antiviral medicines.

Author: Lorana L. Clark, Genre: , Total Page: 264, Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, ISBN: 1522889612

This book is a practical and common sense approach to helping you overcome self defeating behavior. It explores some of the ways that you may have contracted the limiting, deep seated beliefs that are keeping you stuck in negative patterns. It is presented in a humorous and somewhat sagacious way, which gets "in your face" and makes you think. This work touches on many of the world religions, just enough to help you understand how they, along with parental and peer pressures have led you to think and act the way you do. It also looks at the possibility of soul choices and karma and even alien influences as a reason for you actions. Above all it gives you tools you can use to rethink your deepest beliefs thereby recreate your reality, regardless of where it came from.

Author: Matt Popovits, Genre: , Total Page: 88, Publisher: , ISBN: 0692746447

Life is full of tough calls and daunting decisions. The question isn't if you'll face a big decision in the future, but how you'll face the tough call that's guaranteed to come your way. Think about it. There are wedding proposals to ponder, college applications to submit, career moves to make, homes to sell, and confrontations to consider. And, knowing how poorly things could go, we sometimes find ourselves facing these decisions with a deep fear of future regret. The pressure is on. Or is it? Short and straightforward, yet full of practical insight and spiritual truths, Tough Call, will help you see that the Christian faith offers a mindset to confidently and joyfully make your next big decision. More importantly you'll see that you can face life with your fears recognized, your peace maximized, and your hope anchored in something greater than your ability to "get it right." Readers familiar with authors like Acuff, Chan, and Tchividjian will resonate with Matt Popovits's witty, practical, and gospel-centered take on complicated topics. Tough Call is an enjoyable and essential read for any and all facing a major decision.

Author: Forrest Maready, Genre: Poliomyelitis, Total Page: 284, Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, ISBN: 1717583679

A fascinating account of the world's most famous disease-polio- told as you have never heard it before. Epidemics of paralysis began to rage in the early 1900s, seemingly out of nowhere. Doctors, parents, and health officials were at a loss to explain why this formerly unheard of disease began paralyzing so many children-usually starting in their legs, sometimes moving up through their abdomen and arms. For an unfortunate few, it could paralyze the muscles that allowed them to breathe. Why did this disease start to become such a horrible problem during the late 1800s? Why did it affect children more often than adults? Why was it originally called teething paralysis by mothers and their doctors? Why were animals so often paralyzed during the early epidemics when it was later discovered most animals could not become infected? The Moth in the Iron Lung is a fascinating biography of this horrible paralytic disease, where it came from, and why it disappeared in the 1950s. If you've never explored the polio story beyond the tales of crippled children and iron lungs, this book will be sure to surprise.

Author: Don J.b. Blackman, Genre: Art, Total Page: 76, Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, ISBN: 1494950758

This black and white (B&W) Edition of Tropiline Bajan Design (USA Design Patent Des 328198 S) was designed to be of special value to students, artists, and academics. It is about the best modern product design ever to come out of an emerging market and is a major advance in international modern art with cultural, personal, and regional influences all synthesized to produce a masterpiece. It is a single line drawn in space as the essence of the design, like Malevich's rotated linear squares, Saarinen's St. Louis Arch, and Brancusi's Bird in Space!“Even less is even more” permeates the philosophy, which is an amazing chronology of the creative process, the struggles of innovative artists, perseverance and determination (as the design moves around the world from Barbados, to Denmark, to China); with a challenge to all emerging markets (and communities) to move forward modern progressive principles in an age of increasing globalization and international cooperation. The B&W version has a chiaroscuro that is very powerful allowing the brilliant modern forms throughout the book to emerge purely.

Author: Sarah Berardi, Genre: Women, Total Page: 296, Publisher: Sarah\Berardi, ISBN: 0615707769

Sarah writes blog-style with humor about being an empty nester and how her migraines and menopause woes side-tracked her typical day.

Author: Jenni Moen, Genre: , Total Page: 374, Publisher: CreateSpace, ISBN: 1490409246

One mistake can shatter dreams and shape the future. Alexis knows this first hand. Even though her memory of that day is hazy, she has spent the last ten years trying to put it behind her. Armed with the knowledge that her career will be her only legacy, Alexis works night and day to prove that she is more than just her last name. It's not only that she doesn't have time for love. She doesn't have the heart for it. After all, there's no point in starting something you can't finish. When she meets Adam, she's drawn to him in a way even she can't deny. The film student is dark and brooding and strangely charming. He's the perfect distraction from her mundane life. And, as if fate is pushing them together, he seems to be around every corner. It's enough to almost make her entirely forget about her past and take a chance. But Adam can recall every detail that she's forgotten. What she doesn't remember, he can't forget.