Beating Cancer with Nutrition - Nonfiction
4.6 stars over 154 reviews
This completely revised edition of a 1994 title offers up-to-date information about the human body's own "host defense mechanisms" in the war on cancer, providing a multidisciplinary approach to treatment based on scientific studies and clinical experience. Quillin, a medical professional who has published extensively, has conducted nutrition studies with hundreds of patients in formal clinical settings. He discusses conventional therapies (chemotherapy, surgery), alternative therapies (macrobiotics, herbal and vitamin therapies), and related factors (psychosocial health, drugs, tobacco, immune dysfunctions). Appendixes list treatment referral agencies, mail-order nutrition products, suggested readings, nutritionally oriented doctors in the United States and Canada, and recipes using foods known to slow tumor growth.
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Carnival of Mayhem - Horror
5.0 stars over 3 reviews
Description: CARNIVAL OF MAYHEM is the exciting sequel to APOCALYPSE CULT. In this continuation of the Gray Spear Society series, innocent people across the country are dying of a unknown illness. To prevent a national panic, the U.S. government claims the cause is tuberculosis, knowing this is far from the truth. The military has sent its best medical scientists to investigate, and even they are baffled. A secret cult, the Order of Eternal Night, is behind the mayhem. Only the Gray Spear Society can stop them from spreading death to the four corners of the world.
Her Safari - Contemporary
5.0 stars over 10 reviews
Description: Life is a mix of love, humor, faith, ingenuity, and tragedy—sometimes all in the same day! No matter how different we are as individuals, our lives are made up of seasons, circumstances, and turning points. In HER SAFARI, you’ll find women of varying ages and backgrounds—each at a life juncture—some more critical than others.
Among them is a single woman who distrusts men, yet flirts with her doctor while under the influence of Percocet; a wife who considers divorcing her husband over Christmas décor; and a widow who’s ready for bridge but not community living.
Despite their differences, whatever leg of the safari these women are on, and however successful they are in navigating the conflict in their lives, one thing becomes clear—most are genuinely doing the best they can.
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