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Published April, 2017
By Eileen P. Anderson-Fye and Alexandra Brewis
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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Fat Planet represents a collaborative effort to consider at a global scale what fat stigma is and what it does to people.


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The contributors to this volume propose that the helpless infant has played a role in human evolution equal in importance to those of man the hunter and woman the gatherer. "

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Published July, 2015
By Josie Mendez-Negrete
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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For more than twenty years Josie Mendez-Negrete has endured the emotional journey of watching her son Tito struggle with schizophrenia. Her powerful account is the first memoir by a Mexican American author to share the devastation and hope a family experiences in dealing with this mental illness.

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Published April, 2015
By Emily Mendenhall, Kathy Wollner, Hannah Adams Burque and Bechara Choucair
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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Community Health Narratives: A Reader along with its companions Global Health Narratives: A Reader for Youth and Environmental Health Narratives: A Reader for Youth (UNM Press), provides a comprehensive curriculum that examines people's health experiences across cultures and nations.

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Published December, 2014
By Dora Calott Wang and Shannan L. Carter
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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Rich with anecdotes and personality, Dora Calott Wang's account is a must-read for anyone curious about health care in New Mexico.

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Published August, 2013
By Paul Edward Kaloostian
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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"This memoir of the experiences of a neurosurgery resident at a busy trauma center provides a rare window into the training of doctors who operate on patients' brains and spinal cords. Kaloostian's account describes the life-saving feats and tragic failures that are daily realities of twenty-first-century neurosurgery"--Provided by publisher.

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Published July, 2013
By Tanya Ward Goodman
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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"This is a memoir about a father's illness and death from early onset Alzheimer's disease and will be helpful to other people who find themselves in the position of caring for a demented family member. The author's father, Ross Ward, was the founder of Tinkertown, the folk art museum located on the highway to Sandia Peak"--

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Published May, 2013
By Kathlyn Conway
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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Published May, 2012
By Marianna Appel Kunow
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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Published May, 2011
By Heather McCrea and Heather L. McCrea
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
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