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I Can T Keep Calm Because I Am A Gastroenterologist

Author : Camila Cooper
ISBN : 1090568770
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I Can T Keep Calm Because I Am A Gastroenterologist

Author : Emily Christie
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I Can T Keep Calm Because I Am A Gastroenterologist

Author : Blue Stone Publishers
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I Can T Keep Calm Because I Am A Gastroenterologist

Author : Galaxy Art Publishers
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Gastropolitics And The Specter Of Race

Author : María Elena García
ISBN : 9780520301894
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"In recent years, Peru has experienced a transformation from a war-torn country to a global high-end culinary destination. Connecting chefs, state agencies, global capital, and Indigenous producers, this "gastronomic revolution" makes powerful claims: food unites Peruvians, dissolves racial antagonisms, and fuels development. Gastropolitics and the Specter of Race critically evaluates these claims and tracks the emergence of Peruvian gastropolitics, understood as a biopolitical and aesthetic set of practices that reinscribe dominant racial and gendered orders. Through ethnographic analysis and critical readings of high-end menus, culinary festivals, guinea pig production, national-branding campaigns, and other elements of Peru's gastropolitical complex, this work explores the intersections of race, species, and capital to reveal links between gastronomy and violence"--

The Listonian

Author : D.L. Nighly
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Wheat Free Worry Free

Author : Danna Korn
ISBN : 1401935850
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This is a practical, comprehensive, and inspirational guide to living a wheat-free, gluten-free lifestyle. Millions of people are choosing to eliminate wheat and gluten from their diets because of medical conditions such as celiac disease (sprue), gluten intolerance, wheat allergies, and autoimmune disorders. Others believe that dietary intervention programs are effective in reducing or eliminating behaviors associated with autism, ADD, ADHD, and related syndromes. And yet still others are eliminating wheat or gluten from their diets for personal reasons. Wheat-Free, Worry-Free answers the many questions that people have concerning the unique challenges faced by people on a wheat-free or gluten-free diet. It helps take the fear out of eating, and teaches and encourages people to deal with the wheat-free or gluten-free lifestyle in an optimistic yet realistic manner. Loaded with practical tips, recipes, menu suggestions, and ideas for traveling and eating out, it also delves into emotional issues and psychological implications of the dietary restrictions. This book includes extensive research on several medical conditions that require a wheat-free or gluten-free lifestyle, as well as in-depth nutritional information, and a comprehensive, up-to-date Products and Services Guide that lists contact information for hundreds of companies providing products and services for people on a wheat-free or gluten-free diet. With a humorous, easy-to-read style, Wheat-Free, Worry-Free is a single source of information for anyone interested in leading a happy, healthy gluten-free life.
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Dad S Guide To Baby S First Year For Dummies

Author : Sharon Perkins
ISBN : 9781119275817
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Your comprehensive, practical guide to dadhood Your new baby is nothing short of a miracle—and it's no wonder you want to keep your bundle of joy safe and sound through every stage of their first year. Dad's Guide to Baby's First Year For Dummies takes the guesswork out of being your baby's primary caregiver, giving you sound instruction and helpful advice on looking after your baby, the essential gear you'll need to baby-proof your home, practical solutions to common parenting challenges, and so much more. Whether it's due to a fledgling economy or a simple sign of modern times, more and more men are staying at home with the kids while their breadwinning wives or partners deal with rush hour traffic. Whatever the reason you've decided to take on the role of Mr. Mom, Dad's Guide to Baby's First Year For Dummies offers all the friendly guidance and trusted tips you need to be a fantastic full-time parent. Look after your baby and teach children great skills Help your partner through pregnancy, birth, and beyond Follow the habits of highly successful dads Be a hands-on, stay-at-home dad If you're a proud papa-to-be, Dad's Guide to Baby's First Year For Dummies ensures all your bases are covered, so you can spend less time fretting about fatherhood and more time cherishing your wee one.
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Bright Lights And Promises

Author : Pauline Mclynn
ISBN : 9780755390458
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An Irish Times bestseller, Bright Lights and Promises is a mesmerising novel that deals with family relationships in touching detail. The perfect read for fans of Matt Haig's How to Stop Time and Joanna Cannon's The Trouble with Goats and Sheep. 'A winner. Pauline McLynn brings the same comic touches to her writing as she brought to the wonderful Mrs Doyle' - Daily Express It's not easy being the mother of a twelve-year-old boy who's in love with his babysitter and having trouble at school. Nor are matters helped by the unexpected arrival of an elderly mother who's suddenly footloose and fancy free. At least Susie Vine feels secure at Arland & Shaw, London's leading theatrical agency, where her clients love her almost as much as they love themselves. Then the man who broke her heart comes back into her life and she's forced to ask herself whether she was right to leave him all those years ago. Or is someone else waiting in the wings...? What readers are saying about Bright Lights and Promises: 'Deals with the different sorts of love we all feel for people and is illustrated beautifully throughout' 'This is a fine writer plying her craft' 'McLynn is a great storyteller - you never know what you are going to get'
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The Anxiety Book

Author : Elisa Black
ISBN : 9780733635342
Genre : Self-Help
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There are so many reasons to be anxious these days - even people who have never suffered from anxiety before are finding 2020 hard to handle. Life can be hard even without drought, bushfires and the coronavirus. We are all feeling anxious about our health, in particular - and journalist Elisa Black knows exactly what that's like. Over one-tenth of Australians suffer from an anxiety-related condition and Elisa is one of them. In The Anxiety Book Elisa weaves memoir with science, using the stages of her own life to relate to stages in everyone's lives and the types of anxiety that may be experienced during each phase, including health anxiety. She includes the latest in research and other scientific information about anxiety, its causes and treatment. Elisa's story will inspire fellow anxiety sufferers to believe that there is a way to manage their condition and live more freely. From her own experience she also offers hope that anxiety does not have to dominate a life, or even dent it - it can be managed and conquered. For those of us who now find that each day brings more anxiety, this book can show you the way forward.
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In Two Minds A Novel

Author : Gordon Parker
ISBN : 9781925384208
Genre : Fiction
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‘I can more or less guarantee that you know someone for whom this book will be important and inspiring. There’s a very strong chance that person will be you.’ Stephen Fry Dr Martin Homer is a GP with a naturally sunny disposition. Honourable, attentive and trusted by all of his patients, Martin has only ever loved one woman – his wife, Sarah. When his mother dies suddenly, Martin’s comfortable life is thrown into complete disarray. After sinking into the black dog of grief and depression, he ascends to new heights in a frenzied, manic high. Now, he’s never felt better! In between riding his new skateboard around the streets at night and self-medicating from his stash at work, the artificially elated and self-entitled Martin crosses paths with Bella, a beautiful and sexual young woman profoundly damaged by trauma of her own. In Two Minds takes you on a quirky, rollicking journey that unveils the complexities of mental illness with wit and warmth. Gordon Parker’s impressive career in psychiatry reveals itself through extremely rich descriptions of depression, bipolar and borderline personality characteristics
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Your Baby Month By Month

Author : Peter Reader
ISBN : 9781405325356
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Fully illustrated month-by-month guide to the development and care of your baby from birth to two years with a comprehensive section on health concerns.
Category: Family & Relationships

Women S Health

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Womens Health magazine speaks to every aspect of a woman's life including health, fitness, nutrition, emotional well-being, sex and relationships, beauty and style.

Before My Time

Author : Ami McKay
ISBN : 9780345809483
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Weaving together family history, genetic discovery, and scenes from her life, Ami McKay tells the compelling, true-science story of her own family's unsettling legacy of hereditary cancer while exploring the challenges that come from carrying the mutation that not only killed many people you loved, but might also kill you. The story of Ami McKay's connection to a genetic disorder called Lynch syndrome begins over seventy years before she was born and long before scientists discovered DNA. In 1895 her great-great aunt, Pauline Gross, a seamstress in Ann Arbor, Michigan, confided to a pathology professor at the local university that she expected to die young, like so many others in her family. Rather than dismiss her fears, the pathologist chose to enlist Pauline in the careful tracking of those in her family tree who had died of cancer. Pauline's premonition proved true--she died at 46--but because of her efforts, her family (who the pathologist dubbed 'Family G') would become the longest and most detailed cancer genealogy ever studied in the world. A century after Pauline's confession, researchers would identify the genetic mutation responsible for the family's woes. Now known as Lynch syndrome, the genetic condition predisposes its carriers to several types of cancer, including colorectal, endometrial, ovarian and pancreatic. In 2001, as a young mother with two sons and a keen interest in survival, Ami McKay was among the first to be tested for Lynch syndrome. She had a feeling she'd test positive: her mother's side of the family was riddled with early deaths and her own mother was being treated for the disease. When the test proved her fears true, she began living in "an unsettling state between wellness and cancer," and she's been there ever since. Intimate, candid, and probing, her genetic memoir tells a fascinating story, teasing out the many ways to live with the hand you are dealt.
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I Used To Be A Design Student

Author : Billy Kiosoglou
ISBN : 9781780675251
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This book offers a rare chance to read what graphic designers feel about their education and profession. Fifty influential designers give the low-down about their student days and their professional lives. A piece of their college work is shown alongside an example of current work. Each designer also offers a key piece of advice and a warning, making this a must-read for anyone embarking on a career in design. The book looks at the process a designer goes through in finding their 'voice'. Topics addressed include how ideas are researched and developed; design and other cultural influences, then and now; positive and negative aspects of working as a designer; motivations for becoming a designer; and whether it's really possible to teach design. Contributors include Stefan Sagmeister, James Goggin, Karlssonwilker, Studio Dumbar, Cornel Windlin, Daniel Eatock, Spin, Hyperkit and Christian Küsters.
Category: Design

Milwaukee Magazine

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Temperature Rising

Author : John Avanzato
ISBN : 9781939961273
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John Cesari is a gangster turned doctor living in Manhattan saving lives one colonoscopy at a time. While on a well-deserved vacation, he stumbles upon a murder scene and becomes embroiled in political intrigue involving the world’s oldest profession. His hot pursuit of the truth leads him to the highest levels of government, where individuals operate above the law. As always, girl trouble hounds him along the way making his already edgy life that much more complex. The bad guys are ruthless, powerful and nasty but they are no match for this tough, street-smart doctor from the Bronx who is as comfortable with a crowbar as he is with a stethoscope. Get ready for a wild ride in Temperature Rising. The exciting and unexpected conclusion will leave you on the edge of your seat.
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Understanding And Applying Medical Anthropology

Author : Peter J. Brown
ISBN : 9781315416168
Genre : Social Science
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The editors of the third edition of the seminal textbook Understanding and Applying Medical Anthropology bring it completely up to date for both instructors and students. The collection of 49 readings (17 of them new to this edition) offers extensive background description and exposes students to the breadth of theoretical, methodological, and practical perspectives and issues in the field of medical anthropology. The text provides specific examples and case studies of research as it is applied to a range of health settings: from cross-cultural clinical encounters to cultural analysis of new biomedical technologies and the implementation of programs in global health settings. The new edition features: • a major revision that eliminates many older readings in favor of more fresh, relevant selections; • a new section on structural violence that looks at the impact of poverty and other forms of social marginalization on health; • an updated and expanded section on “Conceptual Tools,” including new research and ideas that are currently driving the field of medical anthropology forward (such as epigenetics and syndemics); • new chapters on climate change, Ebola, PTSD among Iraq/Afghanistan veterans, eating disorders, and autism, among others; • recent articles from Margaret Mead Award winners Sera Young, Seth Holmes, and Erin Finley, along with new articles by such established medical anthropologists as Paul Farmer and Merrill Singer.
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Powerful Leadership

Author : Eric G. Stephan
ISBN : 0130668362
Genre : Business & Economics
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The more one manages employees, the more dependent they become. "Powerful Leadership" addresses this management paradox, distilling seven powerful leadership principles into a natural, powerful, and comprehensive approach to management that can unleash the potential of virtually any employee and simplify work life at the same time.
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Negotiating A Good Death

Author : Carlton Muson
ISBN : 9781135413989
Genre : Medical
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Should human beings be allowed to decide when to die? Should doctors be allowed to assist them? During the last ten years there has been much international interest in euthanasia in the Netherlands. In the discussion of euthanasia in the US and the UK, both sides in the debate continually refer to the “Dutch Experience”. Negotiating a Good Death: Euthanasia in the Netherlands presents firsthand descriptions of euthanasia in practice in the Netherlands--something that has never been done before. This will provide a deeper understanding of the issues involved for all those interested in end-of-life decisions. It will also help clinicians and other medical professionals better understand end-of-life decision making. Negotiating a Good Death is the first inside account of how decisions about euthanasia are made in real-life situations. Documenting two years of observations at a Dutch hospital, this valuable book describes why patients request euthanasia, the social factors that influence doctors’decisions about granting patients’requests, and how patients and doctors confer over peaceful deaths. Some aspects of this delicate, often hidden, and socially taboo subject that Negotiating a Good Death frankly discusses are: the emotions that lead to a wish for death the ideology of easy death the anthropology of death the role of the researcher the line between symptom alleviation and euthanasia where the responsibility lies conservative options for medical personnel how to speak to relatives of someone who has requested euthanasia euthanasia as a cultural construct Through case studies and examples, Negotiating a Good Death: Euthanasia in the Netherlands will help you understand the issues surrounding euthanasia and how life-ending decisions are made by both doctors and patients.
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