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Published November, 2015
By Attilio Stanjano and Attilio Stajano
Publisher: Clairview Books
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Stajano, a volunteer worker at the palliative care ward of a Brussels hospital, presents a series of deeply-moving personal encounters with seriously-ill patients. He also reports on the provision of palliative care services and the laws governing euthanasia in countries around the world.

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Published March, 2014
By Michel Odent
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As well as discovering the practical advantages of water during the birthing process, Dr Odent considers the meaning and importance of water as a symbol. Water, Birth and Sexuality examines the living power of water and its erotic connotations.

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Published October, 2013
By Jonathan Chamberlain
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Published July, 2012
By Michael Werner, Thomas Stockli and Johanna Collis
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Describes in detail how and why the author came to give up food, and what his life is like without it. This book also features other reports from those who have attempted to follow this way of life, as well as supplementary material on possible scientific explanations of how one could 'live on light'.

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Published July, 2012
By Michel Odent
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Humanity, argues the author, stands at a crossroads in the history of childbirth - and the direction we choose to take will have critical consequences. He suggests, rather, that we should first accept our 'mammalian' condition and give priority to the woman's need for privacy and to feel secure.

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Published July, 2012
By Michel Odent
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Suitable for those who care about the health of our children and the ongoing health of society as a whole, this book argues that different parts of the 'primal adaptive system' develop, regulate and adjust themselves during foetal life and the time around birth and infancy.

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Published November, 2007
By Mark Purdey and Nigel Purdey
Publisher: Clairview Books
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Uncovers contamination from industry, munitions, pesticides, nuclear experiments and natural geology, linking these with the emergence of a range of neurodegenerative diseases. This title helps to create a paradigm shift in our understanding of the relationship of pollutants to disease and health.

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Published June, 2007
By Michael Werner and Thomas Stockli
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An account by Michael Werner where he describes how he stopped eating in 2001 and has survived well without food ever since. Werner also describes in detail how and why he came to give up food, and what his life is like without it.

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Published March, 2007
By Michel Odent
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Michel Odent, the leading pioneer for natural childbirth, indicates that the period between conception and a child's first birthday is critical to life-long health. Here, he argues that different parts of the 'primal adaptive system' develop, regulate and adjust themselves during foetal life and the time around birth and infancy.

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Published February, 2007
By Michel Odent
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Until recently a woman could not have had a baby without releasing a complex cocktail of 'love hormones'. Most women give birth without relying on the release of such a flow of hormones. Some give birth via caesarean section, while others use drugs. Humanity, the author argues stands at crossroads in the history of childbirth.

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