406 books (21 pages) in this category
Revealing the science of self-healing
by Jeremy Howick
by Marge Heegaard
From Bioinspiration and Biomimetics to Clinical Applications
by Natassa Pippa
<P></P> <P>Nanotechnology seeks to exploit distinct technological advances controlling the structure of nanoscale biomaterials at a nanodimensional scale approaching individual molecules and their aggregates or supramolecular structures. The ...
by Ranjana Srivastava
<b>Winner of the 2013 Human Rights Literature Award</b><br> Medical oncologist Ranjana Srivastava contends that the best medicine begins with a good chat, to guide the decision-making of both doctors and patients. <br><br>Increasingly, people ...
by Claire G. Nicholl
<i>Elderly Care Medicine</i> <i>Lecture Notes</i> provides all the necessary information, within one short volume, for a sound introduction to the particular characteristics and needs of elderly patients. <p>Presented in a user-friendly format,
by Robert Mayer
How to Stay Protected and Connected in Work, Love, and Life
by Cyndi Dale
Just as our physical body is protected by our skin, our psyche and spirit have energetic boundaries that keep out harmful influences. These boundaries, invisible to the naked eye, are more than just defenses according to Cyndi Dale, these ...
by Abby Wynne
Full of practical exercises and simple techniques, this book guides the reader on how they can use energy healing in their everyday life, to heal themselves and others!<BR><BR>Learn how to-<BR><BR>- ground and centre yourself<BR>- release heavy ...
Society, Nature, and Technology
by Takashiro Akitsu
<P>This book presents the current aspects of environmental issues in view of chemical processes particularly with respect to two facets: social sciences along with chemistry and natural sciences. The former facet explores the environmental ...
An Introduction to Traditional and Modern Epidemiology
by B. Burt Gerstman
<p><i>Epidemiology Kept Simple</i> introduces the epidemiological principles and methods that are increasingly important in the practice of medicine and public health. With minimum use of technical language it fully explains terminology, ...
by Betty R. Kirkwood
by Sunil Sinha
<p>Providing a comprehensive yet concise guide for trainee doctors, neonatal nurses and midwives, <i>Essential Neonatal Medicine </i>continues to be an indispensable resource that combines the depth and breadth of a textbook with the efficiency ...
by Vannoy Gentles Fite
All over the world, people are turning toward homeopathic and alternative medicines. <i><b>Essential Oils for Healing</b></i> is an easy-to-use guide for anyone who wants to learn how to use essential oils to heal a multitude of ills. Ailments ...
by Jennifer Peace Peace Rhind
by Shanthi Paramothayan
<p><b>A succinct yet comprehensive overview of respiratory medicine, written for students and professionals</b></p> <p><i>Essential Respiratory Medicine </i>is an indispensable text offering an understanding of respiratory conditions and their ...
by Adrian Bauman
by Keri Smith
No matter how hard we try, everyday life always becomes predictable. From the toothpaste we use and the clothing we wear, to the way we talk and what we do in our free time, we follow the same habits, most likely because someone told us to, or ...
by Charlie Changli Xue