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  • Read My Hips!

    Suffering Needless Pelvic, Limb, or Back Pain? Time to Check your Alignment! by

    “I feel twisted”, “I look crooked in the mirror”, “My problems have been going on for years”, “I have tried every kind of treatment” are commonly heard statements. Whether you have complaints or not, it’s time to look at your body alignment, given ...

  • The Bipolar Doctor


    Despite battling depression in his mid-teens, Rohit Kumar fulfilled his beloved parents’ dream of becoming a doctor in 1990. He was one of Canada’s first hospitalists before setting up a highly successful private practice, and acquired specialized ...

  • The View From The Wrong Side Of The Day

    A Story About Nursing, PTSD And Other Shenanigans by

    The View from the Wrong Side of the Day is the story of T. C. Randall’s journey through nursing school and his career as an emergency room nurse before his diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder and general anxiety disorder. This candid and ...

  • The Girl Who Lost Her Joy

    Until she discovered her superpowers by

    Once there was a girl who lost her joy ... until she discovered her superpowers. Based on a true story, this book highlights how an anxiety disorder can explain children’s behaviour in school and at home and the struggle and frustration that ...

  • Remembering You

    Until God Whispers My Name by

    As Canada’s population continues to age and lifespans lengthen, the incidence of dementia is also on the increase, with Alzheimer’s being the most common. For twelve years, author Marilyn Duncan cared for her beloved mother after she developed ...

  • Ultimate Health

    Finding It by

    Western health related industries employ more people, consume more money, and have more dependent adherents than any other activity involving the entire population. Since the early 1900s, life expectancy at birth has increased from about 50 years to ...

  • Polio Child

    My Life from a Childrens' Hospital to Post-Polio Syndrome by

    During the 1940s and 50s, Canadian families lived in a state of panic, trying to shield their children from being infected by the often deadly and very widespread disease: poliomyelitis. No one knew how it was transmitted; no one knew why a child ...

  • Unknown Journey

    Where There's Hope, One Never Gives Up by

    When my husband was admitted to the emergency room, his life was hanging by a thread: he was given until morning to live. As he heard the doctors relate this to me, in his critical state he managed to respond, “Like Hell, I’m getting out of here!” ...

  • Food Intolerance


    If you suffer from frequent bouts of diarrhea, or have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or Leaky Gut Syndrome, then this informative book may help you. Having endured dietary problems for many years, Sara Blake wondered if she ...