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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 23:35
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Bad Pharma - Ben Goldacre

`Bad Science' hilariously exposed the tricks that quacks and journalists use to distort science, becoming a 400,000 copy bestseller. Now Ben Goldacre puts the $600bn global pharmaceutical industry under the microscope. What he reveals is a fascinating, terrifying mess. Doctors and patients need good scientific
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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 23:25
  • Views: 272
Paramedico - Benjamin Gilmour

Around the world by ambulance. Paramedico is a brilliant collection of adventures by Australian paramedic Benjamin Gilmour as he works and volunteers on ambulances around the world. From England to Mexico, and Iceland to Pakistan, Gilmour takes us on an extraordinary thrill-ride with his wild coworkers. Along the way
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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 22:44
  • Views: 263
Confessions of a Male Nurse - Michael Alexander

From the people who brought you the bestselling Confessions of a GP. From stampeding nudes to inebriated teenagers, young nurse Michael Alexander never really knew what he was getting himself into. But now, sixteen years since he was first launched into his nursing career - as the only man in a gynaecology ward - he's
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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 21:13
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The Twenty-four Hour Mind - Rosalind D. Cartwright

In January of 1999, an otherwise nonviolent man under great stress at work brutally murdered his wife in their backyard. He then went back to bed, awakening only when police entered his home. He claimed to have no memory of the event because, while his body was awake at the time, his mind was not. He had been
  • Author: admin
  • Date: 06-15-2018, 19:49
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The Midwife's Here! - Linda Fairley

The Sunday Times bestseller `Delivering my first baby is a memory that will stay with me forever. Just feeling the warmth of a newborn head in your hands, that new life, there's honestly nothing like it... I've since brought more than 2,200 babies into the world, and I still tingle with excitement every time.'
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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 19:13
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When Sophie Met Darcy Day - Helen Yeadon

A heartwarming collection of stories from a woman who brings together disadvantaged children and abandoned racehorses, with remarkable results. Thirteen-year-old Sophie hadn't uttered a word to anyone for over two years when she got out of her parents car at a remote farm in Devon. Her parents were beside themselves
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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 17:38
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Wound Care - Kelly Ryan

Ideal for quick reference in any ward or community environment, this pocket-sized (120x80mm), spiral-bound book in the popular Nursing & Health Survival guide series puts all the crucial information on wound care at your fingertips. It includes all you need to know on: Wound assessment Wound conditions Treatment and
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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 16:21
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The Simple Guide to Sensitive Boys - Betsy De Thierry, Emma Reeves

What do Pablo Picasso, Prince and Martin Luther King Jr have in common? All have been described as having been highly sensitive boys and all grew up to be outstanding, sensitive men. Too often, adults think of sensitive boys as shy, anxious and inhibited. They are measured against society's ideas about 'manliness' --
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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 15:18
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Healing Your Emotions - Angela Hicks, John Hicks

The Chinese described the emotions as being a cause of ill health as early as 200 BC. It is now universally recognized that anger, guilt, joy, jealousy, fear etc have a strong effect on our body. The book clearly explains the link between the elements, the body's organs and our feelings. Using the elements and
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  • Date: 06-15-2018, 14:21
  • Views: 282
Grow Your Own Drugs - James Wong

Whether you're struggling with insomnia, the kids have eczema, or your partner is feeling under the weather, this book could have the answer. With easy recipes ethnobotanist James Wong shows how to make simple creams, salves, teas and much, much more from the stuff growing in your window box, the local garden centre