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  • 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 ...


  • Academic Life As Seen By Others

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    We all have a favourite teacher we remember fondly. That special teacher who brought their subject matter to life. The teacher who made sure we ‘got it’. The one who went out of their way to support their students and encourage their learning. The ...


  • A TCM Way to be Healthy, Inside and Out

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    Prof. Liqun Zhang is a renowned practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Austria, Europe. This book is the result of a life of Eastern and Western Medicine and being at home on three continents, Asia, North America, and Europe. Prof. ...


  • Drug Safety

    Problems, Pitfalls and Solutions in Identifying and Evaluating Risk by

    With “Big Pharma” garnering an increasing number of negative headlines due to reports of adverse drug reactions and a surge in prescription drug addiction and overdose deaths, many people are increasingly skeptical about the safety of modern ...


  • The Unknown Target of Life Experiences

    Two boats and the unseen waves of life, past and present and beyond the motionless waters yet to wave by

    David Thomson had a challenging childhood. His father abandoned his wife and seven children, leaving them to struggle with the bleak future that the desperation of poverty often brings. Determined to succeed, Thompson pursued a career with the ...


  • Up To Me

    An Autobiography by

    Here is a spellbinding autobiography by a Canadian author who has gone through a multitude of frank yet honest experiences that would qualify his lifetimes to rival at least half a cat’s allotment of nine. How does one experience at least six ...


  • Moving on by Standing Still

    A Different View of ‘Problem Behavior’ by

    Is it true that people with developmental disabilities cannot communicate effectively? How can I understand the mindset of a person with dementia? Why is it good that children from difficult backgrounds sometimes hit out? If we do not make a ...


  • I Lost My Child To Cancer

    A Mother's Story from Diagnosis to Healing After Loss by

    In the spring of 2006, Shelly Dubois is as happy as she’s ever been. A recent move to beautiful Vancouver Island has proven to be a terrific decision. Her husband Jean is pleased with his new job, their younger daughter Aleida is adjusting well, and ...