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Published June, 2020
By Patti M. Hall
Publisher: Dundurn Group Ltd
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In Loving Large, Patti M. Hall confronts gigantism, an ultra-rare, infamous, and stigmatizing disease that threatens her young son's life and future. With wit, candour, and hilarity, she endures the harrowing medical odyssey with her two sons and learns to thrive in the aftermath.

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Published April, 2020
By Brodie Ramin
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Dr. Brodie Ramin brings the story of the opioid epidemic into the era of fentanyl, which is the leading cause of overdose death in North America. From his perspective as an addiction doctor working on the front lines of the epidemic, Dr. Ramin discusses the disease and the cure.

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Published February, 2020
By Shawn Jennings
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Dr. Shawn Jennings shares his experiences in the struggle for recovery and acceptance of his new life after suffering a brain stem stroke.

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Published April, 2019
By Brigitte Harrisson, Lise St-Charles and Kim Thuy
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New Ways of Understanding Autism offers a unique description of ASD (autism spectrum disorder), emphasizing that an autistic brain is different from a neurotypical brain.

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Published March, 2019
By Gretchen Roedde
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A Doctor's Quest analyzes the slow progress in global maternal health, contrasting the affluence of the few with the precarious plight of the world's poorest.

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Published March, 2019
By Stephen Skyvington and Dr. Brian Day
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"How might we fix Canada's health-care system?"; "why would we want to?"; and "what's stopping us from doing so?" These three questions lie at the very heart of This May Hurt a Bit.

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Published March, 2019
By Allison McDonald Ace, Caroline Starr and Ariel Ng Bourbonnais
Publisher: Dundurn Group Ltd
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These stories, written by Canadians, paint a picture of what it's like to experience the emotional and physical facets of infertility, miscarriage, and pregnancy loss: the pain, sadness, desperation, hope, humour, frustration, and also the knowledge that while these issues are often out of our control, there is a way through them.

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Published February, 2019
By Vera Tarman
Publisher: Dundurn Group Ltd
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Drawing on her experience in addictions treatment, and many personal stories of recovery, Dr. Vera Tarman offers practical advice for people struggling with problems of overeating, binge eating, anorexia, and bulimia. Food Junkies, now in its second edition, is a friendly and informative guide on the road to food serenity.

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Published January, 2019
By Gretchen Roedde
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Deep Water Dream is a hopeful memoir that shares the author's voyage of discovery as a mother, wife, and physician in underserved communities in northern Ontario.

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Published June, 2017
By Colonel John Conrad
Publisher: Dundurn Group Ltd
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This is a Canadian veteran's experience of PTSD delivered in an intimate personal account that is as visceral as it is blunt - a courageous story of dark descent and painful triumph that stands as a testament for many Canadian soldiers who still fight and suffer in the shadows.

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