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  • More Than Acupuncture

    Questions and Answers about Chinese Medicine by

    Acupuncture has become more popular in recent years because it can help many patients who have not found relief through conventional medicine. As people have become more aware of acupuncture, they have lots of questions about how and why it works. ...


  • A Short History of Surgery

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    The history of medicine and surgery is the history of human civilization. This book is intended for the busy medical student, surgical house officer, practicing surgeon, or interested layperson. It is a concise treatise of the development and ...


  • The Great Canadian Outbreaks

    Infectious Short Stories - Made in Canada by

    What do a rowing coach, lawyer, First Nation’s aboriginal, hockey manager, business woman, and medical resident have in common? – The Great Canadian Outbreaks How many infectious outbreaks will you experience in a lifetime? How do Canadians behave ...


  • How to get your child to go to sleep and stay asleep

    A practical guide for parents to sleep train young children by

    Dr. Wirth provides parents and practitioners with an easy to use, step-by-step guide, on how to do sleep training with young children. This manual includes the procedures that are proven most effective to decrease bedtime and night waking problems. ...


  • Warrior Rising

    A Soldier’s Journey to PTSD and Back by

    Warrior Rising is a very personal and inspirational story of LCol Chris Linford’s road to a diagnosis of PTSD after three operational deployments to the Gulf War, Rwanda, and Kandahar, Afghanistan. He recounts his associated war stories, but it was ...


  • Ten Tips for Passing the OSCE

    A Practical Guide For Success In The Objective Structured Clinical Examinations by

    The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) has become the predominant method of assessing clinical competence. Taking an OSCE is a skill which needs to be learned. Medical curriculum provides little formal training in this area. Rather ...


  • The Wiggle In Your Walk Must Go

    It may be damaging your back How to tell, how to prevent! by

    It is easy to take for granted the marvel and complexity of those things that we do without thinking. Walking for instance. The modern human gait is a sophisticated choreography of balance and motion that has evolved over millions of years. And we ...


  • Beating Heart Disease

    5 Powerful Pillars to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease by

    Heart disease is the number one cause of death and hospitalization in developed countries, and yet it is largely preventable. Think about that for a moment. How is that possible? What is required is good information. Did you know that more than half ...


  • One Hell of a Ride

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    ONE HELL OF A RIDE Surviving my Concussion Also Known As A Mild Traumatic Brain Injury The book is very much an eye opener and does exactly what the author set out to do: offer a very personal and highly practical insight to the victims and loved ...


  • The Bipolar Doctor

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    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 ...