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5B / Haggis, Paul
Tells the stories of the nurses and caregivers of the patients of the first AIDS ward unit in the United States.

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Fast carbs, slow carbs : the simple truth about food, weight, and disease / Kessler, David A.

"The American body is plagued by obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. In Fast Carbs, Slow Carbs, the follow up to his bestselling book The End of Overeating, Dr. David A. Kessler explains how we can reduce heart disease, keep weight off, and reduce chronic disease"--Provided by publisher.

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Healing trauma with yoga : go from surviving to thriving with mind-body techniques / Shaw, Beth

This unique, user-friendly, and practical guide to understanding and healing the origins and effects of trauma is a comprehensive source of essential information and helpful advice and provides valuable, innovative tools to assist in addressing and working through anxiety, depression, and PTSD, as well as other trauma-related health challenges. Author Beth Shaw offers essential information and easy implementation of scientifically-proven techniques for self-care and new habits for daily living, exploring a variety of modalitites, including yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, and Ayurveda.

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In the flo : unlock your hormonal advantage and revolutionize your life / Vitti, Alisa

Biological rhythms
Hormones, Sex
Human behavior -- Endocrine aspects.
Women -- Health and hygiene

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Plant magic : herbalism in real life / Braun, Lawrence.

Herbs -- Therapeutic use
Holistic medicine

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Regenerate : unlocking your body's radical resilience through the new biology / Ji, Sayer.

'Your natural birthright to vitality awaits you ... There are many truths about the human body that The New Biology reveals to us. One of its most important is that our bodies are resilient, intelligent, and intrinsically connected to the larger universal patchwork. We need not succumb like clockwork to the inevitable downward spiral of biological time. Instead, we can thrive and follow through on our born potential to rejuvenate, revitalize, and renew. In his thorough exploration of our bodies' self-healing technology, Sayer Ji, founder of GreenMedInfo.com, illuminates: the relationship between human and plant evolution, your genes, and the most common health regenerators and disruptors; the effect of the Western Pattern diet on chronic disease; the psycho-emotional element of cellular degeneration, and the road map to claiming your body's natural instinct to heal and evolve in harmony with a constantly changing world"--Provided by publisher.

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The big fat lie / Dixon, Grant.

Tells the story of the filmmaker's discovery of the health benefits of a whole foods, plant-based diet after suffering a heart attack and undergoing open heart surgery, and advocates for change to government health policy and dietary guidelines.