Herbs, Vitamins & Supplements for Wellness & Beauty: The Ultimate Guide

Publication Date: 10/29/2024

A comprehensive guide to herbs, vitamins, and supplements, including their history and uses. Herbs, Vitamins, & Supplements for Wellness & Beauty is the newest edition of the bestselling classic, Herbs That Heal. This ultimate guide is the only herbal book you’ll ever need. It includes all commonly utilized Western and…

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First the Patient: The Life and Times of David G. Nathan, MD

Publication Date: 08/06/2024

A fast-paced account of a giant of 20th century medicine, First the Patient details how David Nathan saved patients with his medical skill and rescued institutions with his visionary leadership. The miraculous triumphs of modern medicine—antibiotics, insulin, cancer cures, longer and better lives—are the fruits of its firm grounding in…

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First in Line: How COVID-19 Placed Me on the Frontlines of a Health Care Crisis

Publication Date: 07/23/2024

Sandra Lindsay, the first person to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, takes the reader on her journey from humble immigrant beginnings in 1980s Bronx to national health equity advocate and winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Sandra Lindsay immigrated to the United States from Jamaica in 1986 with ambitions of…

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Cardiac Cowboys: The Heroic Invention of Heart Surgery

Publication Date: 02/20/2024

Cardiac Cowboys is the dramatic story of five deeply flawed geniuses who together—and in competition with each other—invented open-heart surgery against all conventional medical wisdom and saved millions of lives. A decade after World War II, there was still no such thing as open-heart surgery, and yet half a million…

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Crisis and Chaos: Lessons from the Front Lines of the War Against COVID-19

Publication Date: 10/24/2023

Hard truths and surprising insights about our COVID-19 response from America’s former top doctor. When COVID-19 began spreading rapidly, the world was taken by surprise. As the ensuing pandemic raged, we faced one constant—a lack of consistent, scientifically sound, and trusted information about dangers, risks, and mitigation strategies that the…

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Self!sh: Step Into a Journey of Self-Discovery to Revive Confidence, Joy, and Meaning

Publication Date: 10/10/2023

Create your inspirational playbook for life. Self!sh | adj. | taking time for oneself every day. Some might call that selfish. We say own it. This is your personal playbook for your mindset. Your tool kit to cope and grow. It’s unique to you. It gets you back to the…

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Better Humans: What the Mental Health Pandemic Teaches Us About Humanity

Publication Date: 08/15/2023

When a global pandemic exacerbated a pre-existing mental health crisis, the US was left with a mental health pandemic. This opened a Pandora’s box revealing what was long denied—we must prioritize mental health in all aspects of society, eliminate disparities and stigma, and become better humans. The world was turned…

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Live Longer and Better: Your Journey to Living Longer and Better Has Never Been More Achievable Than Today

Publication Date: 08/15/2023

“What if I told you that you could live to be 125 years old?” Burres asks. In Live Longer and Better, Burres shares the secrets he has learned in his quest to extend life productively. “I decided to reinvent myself, imagining how I could challenge the world’s longevity record,” Burres…

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Illusion of Control: COVID-19 and the Collapse of Expertise

Publication Date: 05/09/2023

Credentialed experts got nearly every possible pandemic-related question wrong, but instead of admitting their mistakes and ending damaging policies, they dug in deeper and refused to acknowledge failure. Illusion of Control examines information, studies, and data used by experts and authority figures to justify pandemic-related policies. It explains how the…

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Periods, Period.

Publication Date: 04/04/2023

Jam-packed with fun-filled and useful tips for every stage of your menstruation journey—this inclusive book is for all. Inspired by the over half the population that bleeds, Periods, Period is an amusing, cheeky, and thoughtful collection of essays, games, photos, art and (over)sharing aimed to help survive and thrive during your periods.

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