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Hormone Deception

Author : Lindsey Berkson
ISBN : 0658021303
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The first prescriptive book on the subject, Hormone Deception reveals where hormone disruptors come from and how they affect adults, children, and the unborn child. It also gives you easy, practical tips for protecting your home and your family, such as vacuuming frequently and using water filters. Includes a foreword by John R. Lee, M.D., and a preface by John A. McLachlan, Ph.D.

Bibliography Of Medical Reviews

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Deception And Guile The Star Voyager Series Vol 3a

Author : John B. Bolton
ISBN : 9781312927131
Genre : Fiction
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In "Deception And Guile" there is so much explosive action and drama it really is hard to keep up with everything that's happening. Everything imaginable is here to keep the reader totally immersed in the plot. There is enough adventure, excitement, intrigue and surprises to last several lifetimes. Right from the beginning the crew has to deal with huge, deadly, powerful creatures and virtually without any weapons. No sooner is that situation over when they become involved with alien beings so indescribable it's hard to believe such beings exist and this is just the beginning because from here on things get really intriguing. The roller coaster ride is just winding up, so hold on tight. There's everything from planets exploding and solar systems shifting to wormholes and discovering a new planet with espionage rings, kidnappings and old flames, to political factions bent on war with one another. In this story get used to the unexpected, because that becomes the norm!

The Hormone Diet

Author : Natasha Turner
ISBN : 9781605291000
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Many of us experience signs and symptoms of hormonal imbalance every day. Do you have trouble dragging yourself out of bed in the morning? Ever have an uncontrollable sugar craving at 3 p.m.? Chronic headaches? Lack of energy? Do you get stressed just sitting in your office? Our bodies are wired to send us signals when something isn't right, but often we're too busy to hear them. Compounding the problem is a lack of understanding about the consequences if these symptoms are left unaddressed. Without hormonal balances, we are more likely to succumb to many diseases and illnesses. The Hormone Diet lays out a foolproof plan to balance your life, one hormone at a time. But it is more than just a diet book. Along with advice for weight loss, Dr. Natasha Turner provided recommendations for anti-inflammatory detox, nutritional supplements, exercise, sleep, stress management, toxin-free skin care, and natural hormone replacement combined with a diet plan—all incorporated into a 3-step wellness program focused on the essentials of hormone balance for lasting health.

Examining The Hallelujah Diet

Author : Nathan Bartlett Tracy
ISBN : 092961917X
Genre : Raw food diet
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Error And Deception In Science

Author : Jean Rostand
ISBN : UOM:39015019374902
Genre : Biology
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Toxics In Your Community Newsletter

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Genre : Environmental health
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Conspiracy Theories In American History

Author : Peter Knight
ISBN : UOM:39076002443740
Genre : History
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The first comprehensive history of conspiracies and conspiracy theories in the United States.

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ISBN : WISC:89080410285
Genre : Talking books
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Toxic Deception

Author : Dan Fagin
ISBN : UOM:49015002500487
Genre : Business & Economics
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Toxic pollution has increased frighteningly in the thirty-seven years since the publication of Rachel Carson's seminal Silent Spring, and the chemical industry has become infinitely more sophisticated at deploying legions of lobbyists, lawyers, scientists and public relations experts who camouflage its deadly deceptions. Prize-winning investigative journalists Dan Fagin and Marianne Lavelle and the Center for Public Integrity expose the secretive world of the chemical giants, unearthing questions disturbing enough to crush America's faith in the household products and foods that permeate its life -- dry cleaning, particleboard, plywood, permanent press fabrics, most popular cleaning products and common lawn sprays are all hazardous to your health. Without polemic, Toxic Deception details how and why corporations keep harmful products on the market even when safer, cheaper alternatives are available. Meticulously researched, Toxic Deception supplements its investigations with analysis of a range of scientific studies and, perhaps most chillingly, the stories of families whose avows have been devastated by toxic products that have damaged their health and environment. Toxic Deception doesn't stop short at uncovering the poisoning of our future -- several chapters explain how consumers can reduce their own risk and revitalize a dying system of health and safety laws.

Writer S Guide To Book Editors Publishers And Literary Agents 2003 2004

Author : Jeff Herman
ISBN : 076153735X
Genre : Reference
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A comprehensive directory for aspiring writers lists names, addresses, phone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses, and Web sites for hundreds of North American publishing figures and companies, along with helpful advice on the writing and publishing process. Original. 10,000 first printing.

Encyclopedia Of Global Health

Author : Yawei Zhang
ISBN : 1412941865
Genre : Medical
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"A general reference for topics related to health worlwide, this encyclopedia is ambitious in its scope, with entries for specific diseases and conditions, geographical areas, health issues, biographical information, and organizations related to world health policy." —CHOICE "A useful, one-stop reference for health professionals and the general population alike that speaks to important changes and issues in global health; a foundation of knowledge essential for any library." —Library Journal The contemporary understanding of global health is complicated and extends to all ends of the Earth and beyond. From the health effects of global warming to the implications of single nucleotide differences on disease, the factors that impact global health are extremely diverse and are changing constantly. As new scientific advances are made, as new policies are implemented, as wars are waged and peace agreements signed, or as new strains of infectious diseases evolve, the state of global health changes. The Encyclopedia of Global Health is a comprehensive, one stop reference to a broad array of health topics worldwide. Encompassing four volumes with more than 1,200 articles, the Encyclopedia covers all aspects of health, including physical and mental health entries, biographies of major doctors and researchers, profiles of medical institutions, organizations, and corporations, descriptions of drugs and operations, articles on national health policies, and thematic health topics in the humanities. Key Features Offers a truly global approach by giving the current health status in each country of five continents Compares the mortality rates of infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases in developing and developed countries Presents a historical context for important changes and issues in global health and serves as a foundation of knowledge Examines how mental health and related conditions in developing countries are increasing toward the level in developed countries Ties the curriculum in related health disciplines from biology, to psychology, to psychopharmacology Provides a glossary of health definitions, extensive cross-references to related topics, and thorough bibliographic citations Key Themes · Children's Health Countries: Africa Countries: Americas Countries: Asia Countries: Europe Countries: Pacific Diseases, Cancers Diseases, Localized Diseases, Systemic Drugs and Drug Companies Health Sciences Men's Health Mental Health Organizations and Associations People Procedures and Therapies Research Society and Health Women's Health The Encyclopedia of Global Health is a useful reference for health professionals, as well as for general populations, making it a must-have resource for any library.

Writer S Guide To Book Editors Publishers And Literary Agents 2002 2003

Author : Jeff Herman
ISBN : 0761530231
Genre : Authorship
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This one-of-a-kind reference provides critical information on securing publishing contracts.

The Agony Of Deception

Author : Ron Rigsbee
ISBN : UOM:39015076831232
Genre : New Age movement
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Seeing Nature Through Gender

Author : Virginia Scharff
ISBN : UOM:39015060012732
Genre : Nature
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Environmental history has traditionally told the story of Man and Nature. Scholars have too frequently overlooked the ways in which their predominantly male subjects have themselves been shaped by gender. Seeing Nature through Gender here reintroduces gender as a meaningful category of analysis for environmental history, showing how women's actions, desires, and choices have shaped the world and seeing men as gendered actors as well. In thirteen essays that show how gendered ideas have shaped the ways in which people have represented, experienced, and consumed their world, Virginia Scharff and her coauthors explore interactions between gender and environment in history. Ranging from colonial borderlands to transnational boundaries, from mountaintop to marketplace, they focus on historical representations of humans and nature, on questions about consumption, on environmental politics, and on the complex reciprocal relations among human bodies and changing landscapes. They also challenge the "ecofeminist" position by challenging the notion that men and women are essentially different creatures with biologically different destinies. Each article shows how a person or group of people in history have understood nature in gendered terms and acted accordingly—often with dire consequences for other people and organisms. Here are considerations of the ways we study sexuality among birds, of William Byrd's masking sexual encounters in his account of an eighteenth-century expedition, of how the ecology of fire in a changing built environment has reshaped firefighters' own gendered identities. Some are playful, as in a piece on the evolution of "snow bunnies" to "shred betties." Others are dead serious, as in a chilling portrait of how endocrine disrupters are reinventing humans, animals, and water systems from the cellular level out. Aiding and adding significantly to the enterprise of environmental history, Seeing Nature through Gender bridges gender history and environmental history in unexpected ways to show us how the natural world can remake the gendered patterns we've engraved on ourselves and on the planet.

Immaculate Deception

Author : Stacey Sauter
ISBN : 0451191358
Genre : Fiction
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Catherine Harrison believes she has found the answers to her and her husband's financial woes when a dashing Englishman offers her a dream job, until her new boss begins to pursue her, even resorting to murder. Original.

Extrasensory Deception

Author : Henry Gordon
ISBN : 0771595395
Genre : Occultism
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The Hormone Dilemma

Author : Susan M. Love
ISBN : 0722534299
Genre : Hormone therapy
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Day Of Deception

Author : John Hagee
ISBN : 0785275738
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Argues that there is deception in the federal government, in the home, and in spiritual beliefs, and suggests ways to find the truth

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