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Published December, 2016
By David Greenwood
Publisher: Sterling
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We know that Attention Deficit Disorder makes it tough for children to focus in school, but what happens when those kids grow up? How can they make the transition to a successful professional life? And how can newly diagnosed adults meet the challenges of the workplace?

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Published November, 2016
By Art Markman and Bob Duke
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Published April, 2016
By Aaron T. Beck and Melissa G. Hunt
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IBS is often linked to stress, but the majority of treatments focus on restrictive diets. This book addresses the emotional component of the disorder through new research based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. It encourages people to change the way they think about the ailment and stop avoiding situations they fear might exacerbate their symptoms.

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Published May, 2015
By Abraham Verghese and Gina Kolata
Publisher: Sterling
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A collection of 150 articles from the New York Times archive. It charts the developing scientific insights, breakthroughs and struggles into diagnosing and treating a myriad of medical conditions. It also reveals medical mistakes, lapses in ethics, and wrong paths taken in hopes of curing disease.

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Published August, 2013
By Michael C. Gerald
Publisher: Sterling
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Throughout history, humans everywhere have searched for remedies to heal our bodies and minds. Covering everything from ancient herbs to advanced chemicals, this book in the Milestones series looks at 250 of the most important moments in the development of life-altering, life-saving and sometimes life-endangering pharmaceuticals.

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Published September, 2012
By Clifford A. Pickover
Publisher: Sterling
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Touching on such diverse subspecialties as genetics, pharmacology, neurology, sexology and immunology, the author intersperses obvious historical milestones; the Hippocratic Oath, general anesthesia, the Human Genome Project, with unexpected and intriguing topics like truth serum, the use of cocaine in eye surgery and face transplants.

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Published December, 2011
By Pete Egoscue and Roger Gittines
Publisher: Sterling
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Presents a program of postural therapy, which treats chronic musculoskeletal pain without drugs, surgery, or manipulation. Using Eastern religions as a guide, this title explores the mental and emotional processes of this Method.

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Published October, 2011
By Debra Chwast, Seth Chwast and Seymour Chwast
Publisher: Sterling
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Diagnosed with severe autism as a toddler, Seth Chwast seemed trapped in his own insular universe. His family endured anguish, sought countless therapies and almost gave up hope. Then, at age 20, Seth took a painting class and everything changed. This book tells the story of a determined mother and her autistic son's long, difficult path.

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Published June, 2010
By Jen Merheb
Publisher: Sterling
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Caring for an autistic child takes patience, love and organisation. This title eases the stress on parents and caregivers by giving them a simple, effective way to document all the crucial details of this sometimes tumultuous journey.

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