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A Cure For The Condition PDF Book By Amy Croall

A Cure For The Condition

  • Author: Amy Croall
  • ISBN Code: : 1611603234
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Page : 312 pages
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reviews : 904 Readers
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When seventeen-year-old Catherine assumes the throne as Queen of Cannary following her mother's murder, she is forced to punish the man she loves, but when she develops a serious heart disease, the only cure for her condition may be the truth. "Romance, adventure, danger and passion-A Cure For The Condition is a terrific debut novel from an exciting new author. Readers will love Amy Croall." -Leigh Bridger, author of Soul Catcher.

Chasing My Cure PDF Book By David Fajgenbaum

Chasing My Cure

  • Author: David Fajgenbaum
  • ISBN Code: : 1524799629
  • Publisher : Ballantine Books
  • Page : 256 pages
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Reviews : 378 Readers
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LOS ANGELES TIMES AND PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BESTSELLER • The powerful memoir of a young doctor and former college athlete diagnosed with a rare disease who spearheaded the search for a cure—and became a champion for a new approach to medical research. “A wonderful and moving chronicle of a doctor’s relentless pursuit, this book serves both patients and physicians in demystifying the science that lies behind medicine.”—Siddhartha Mukherjee, New York Times bestselling author of The Emperor of All Maladies and The Gene David Fajgenbaum, a former Georgetown quarterback, was nicknamed the Beast in medical school, where he was also known for his unmatched mental stamina. But things changed dramatically when he began suffering from inexplicable fatigue. In a matter of weeks, his organs were failing and he was read his last rites. Doctors were baffled by his condition, which they had yet to even diagnose. Floating in and out of consciousness, Fajgenbaum prayed for a second chance, the equivalent of a dramatic play to second the game into overtime. Miraculously, Fajgenbaum survived—only to endure repeated near-death relapses from what would eventually be identified as a form of Castleman disease, an extremely deadly and rare condition that acts like a cross between cancer and an autoimmune disorder. When he relapsed while on the only drug in development and realized that the medical community was unlikely to make progress in time to save his life, Fajgenbaum turned his desperate hope for a cure into concrete action: Between hospitalizations he studied his own charts and tested his own blood samples, looking for clues that could unlock a new treatment. With the help of family, friends, and mentors, he also reached out to other Castleman disease patients and physicians, and eventually came up with an ambitious plan to crowdsource the most promising research questions and recruit world-class researchers to tackle them. Instead of waiting for the scientific stars to align, he would attempt to align them himself. More than five years later and now married to his college sweetheart, Fajgenbaum has seen his hard work pay off: A treatment he identified has induced a tentative remission and his novel approach to collaborative scientific inquiry has become a blueprint for advancing rare disease research. His incredible story demonstrates the potency of hope, and what can happen when the forces of determination, love, family, faith, and serendipity collide. Praise for Chasing My Cure “A page-turning chronicle of living, nearly dying, and discovering what it really means to be invincible in hope.”—Angela Duckworth, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Grit “[A] remarkable memoir . . . Fajgenbaum writes lucidly and movingly . . . Fajgenbaum’s stirring account of his illness will inspire readers.”—Publishers Weekly

A New Theory of Cure PDF Book By Tracy D Kolenchuk

A New Theory of Cure

  • Author: Tracy D Kolenchuk
  • ISBN Code: : N.a
  • Publisher : Tracy D. Kolenchuk
  • Page : 49 pages
  • Genre : Medical
  • Reviews : 848 Readers
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Our current theory of cure isn’t working. When did it stop? Today, we can’t cure most diseases. When cured – few can be proven cured. Even the common cold, the flu, and measles. I’ve had them all, cured. Over 99 percent of cases are cured, while medical theory “there is no cure for…” The same is true for many other diseases. We need a theory of cure that encompasses every curable medical condition or disease. This book is the first step on that path. Cure is defined by cause. Every curable medical condition has a present cause that, when addressed, results in a cure. Of course, many diseases are compound and complex, having multiple causes often causing other diseases themselves. There is plenty of complexity. To study cure, we simplify first and then build our understanding from a solid foundation. There are exactly two basic types of illness causes, resulting in exactly two types of cures. An element of illness has a single cause. The cause of an illness might be found in diet, body, mind, spirit, community or environment of the afflicted. The illness element is cured when the cause has been successfully addressed. Once an illness is cured, that cure is permanent. No cure is permanent. If the cause occurs again, a new illness might occur. This logic applies to every cure. Cures are forward movements in life. We can only go forward in life, not backwards. No cure is perfect. Perfect cures are a myth. Real cures are real. Both healing and curing function by addressing the basic causes of illness. Healing cures are unconscious intentional actions that successfully address the cause of an illness. No healing cure is perfect - even when the results are better than before. Curing consists of intentional personal, community, and medical actions that address the cause of an illness. Caring is attention by self and community to address the signs and symptoms of disease, to aid and facilitate healthy tolerance of the signs and symptoms of disease and to aid and facilitate cures.

A Cure For The Past PDF Book By Amy Croall

A Cure For The Past

  • Author: Amy Croall
  • ISBN Code: : 1611606217
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Page : 211 pages
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reviews : 573 Readers
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Catherine and Malcolm Holmes return in A Cure for the Past. Malcolm Holmes used to have an easy life. But when his wife's heart condition returns, he's forced to go to any lengths to find a cure, even if those lengths mean traveling through time. What will a new timeline have in store for the twosome?

A Cure for Darkness PDF Book By Alex Riley

A Cure for Darkness

  • Author: Alex Riley
  • ISBN Code: : 1501198793
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Page : 464 pages
  • Genre : Psychology
  • Reviews : 362 Readers
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A fascinating, “rich, and generous” (Financial Times) look at the treatment of depression by an award-winning science writer that blends popular science, narrative history, and memoir. Is depression a persistent low mood, or is it a range of symptoms? Can it be expressed through a single diagnosis, or does depression actually refer to a diversity of mental disorders? Is there, or will there ever be, a cure? In seeking the answers to these questions, Riley finds a rich history of ideas and treatments—and takes the reader on a gripping narrative journey, packed with fascinating stories like the junior doctor who discovered that some of the first antidepressants had a deadly reaction with cheese. “Interweaving memoir, case histories, and accounts of new therapies, Riley anatomizes what is still a fairly young science, and a troubled one” (The New Yorker). Reporting on the field of global mental health from its colonial past to the present day, Riley highlights a range of scalable therapies, including how a group of grandmothers stands on the frontline of a mental health revolution. Hopeful, fascinating, and profound, A Cure for Darkness is “recommended reading for anyone with even a peripheral interest in depression” (Washington Examiner).

The Cure For All Disease PDF Book By Terry Cooksey

The Cure For All Disease

  • Author: Terry Cooksey
  • ISBN Code: : 3739603658
  • Publisher : BookRix
  • Page : 134 pages
  • Genre : Medical
  • Reviews : 683 Readers
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The Cure For All Disease is the Owner's Manual for your body.There is a cure for all disease.It is 100% Natural and costs only a few dollars each month.Your body heals you by giving it what it needs and making sure you avoid the poisons that cause all disease.Water is the very Essence of Life.Without water there would no Life on this planet.This is why I believe the quality of your health is equal to the quality of your water.There are no cures with doctors and the medical profession.They turned their backs on all cures and all real medicine once drug corporations began manufacturing synthetic man-made chemical "medicines" starting in 1939.Cures ended with Dr. Jonas Salk's polio vaccine which he gave to mankind for free in 1954.Poisons cause all disease. Without poisons, even germs and viruses could not make you sick.All disease requires an acidic body to exist in. Your body becomes acidic by habitual consumption of poisons in your food, drinks and water; such as white flour, white sugar, high fructose corn syrup, red meats and the chlorine and fluoride in your water.This book teaches you how to reverse the acidity of your body, correct your diet deficiencies and to value Water, the very Essence of Life.There are also some quick cures for some major diseases like migraines, kidney stones, heartburn and others. These cures may seem like "miracle cures", but they are just science that has been around since man began living on this Earth.The thing that the Author adds to those centuries of proven healing science is how to recognize and avoid the saturation of poisons that have inundated our food, drinks and water supplies, as well as personal hygiene items.The Author teaches you how to clean up your current diet and also gives you details on other things you can do to improve your health and speed you on to freedom from disease.This book was written by a man who cured himself of 10 diseases doctors REFUSE to cure. And did so after doctors said he would be on dialysis or dead by 2009.Before then, the Author did not know that doctors cure no one.YOU must decide whether to remain without hope as you have with all doctors - OR...Learn how to use Natural Science to restore your Natural body to health to rid it of all disease.For those who choose Life and freedom from sickness, this book was written for YOU!...A short and to the point book to get you cured of all disease as quickly as possible -The Cure For All Disease

The Vitamin Cure for Migraines PDF Book By Steve Hickey

The Vitamin Cure for Migraines

  • Author: Steve Hickey
  • ISBN Code: : 9781591202677
  • Publisher : Basic Health Publications, Inc.
  • Page : 201 pages
  • Genre : Health & Fitness
  • Reviews : 950 Readers
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How to prevent and treat migraine headaches using nutrition and vitamin supplementation--Cover.

A Cure for Darkness PDF Book By Alex Riley

A Cure for Darkness

  • Author: Alex Riley
  • ISBN Code: : 1501198793
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Page : 464 pages
  • Genre : Psychology
  • Reviews : 584 Readers
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A fascinating, “rich, and generous” (Financial Times) look at the treatment of depression by an award-winning science writer that blends popular science, narrative history, and memoir. Is depression a persistent low mood, or is it a range of symptoms? Can it be expressed through a single diagnosis, or does depression actually refer to a diversity of mental disorders? Is there, or will there ever be, a cure? In seeking the answers to these questions, Riley finds a rich history of ideas and treatments—and takes the reader on a gripping narrative journey, packed with fascinating stories like the junior doctor who discovered that some of the first antidepressants had a deadly reaction with cheese. “Interweaving memoir, case histories, and accounts of new therapies, Riley anatomizes what is still a fairly young science, and a troubled one” (The New Yorker). Reporting on the field of global mental health from its colonial past to the present day, Riley highlights a range of scalable therapies, including how a group of grandmothers stands on the frontline of a mental health revolution. Hopeful, fascinating, and profound, A Cure for Darkness is “recommended reading for anyone with even a peripheral interest in depression” (Washington Examiner).

The Disease of Virgins PDF Book By Helen King

The Disease of Virgins

  • Author: Helen King
  • ISBN Code: : 1134589085
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Page : 208 pages
  • Genre : History
  • Reviews : 637 Readers
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From an acclaimed author in the field, this is a compelling study of the origins and history of the disease commonly seen as afflicting young unmarried girls. Understanding of the condition turned puberty and virginity into medical conditions, and Helen King stresses the continuity of this disease through history,depsite enormous shifts in medical understanding and technonologies, and drawing parallels with the modern illness of anorexia. Examining its roots in the classical tradition all the way through to its extraordinary survival into the 1920s, this study asks a number of questions about the nature of the disease itself and the relationship between illness, body images and what we should call‘normal’ behaviour. This is a fascinating and clear account which will prove invaluable not just to students of classical studies, but will be of interest to medical professionals also.

The Ethico-Legal Medical Education: A Cure For Malpractices In India PDF Book By Dr. N. Kishor kumar Patnaik

The Ethico-Legal Medical Education: A Cure For Malpractices In India

  • Author: Dr. N. Kishor kumar Patnaik
  • ISBN Code: : 9390040426
  • Publisher : BecomeShakespeare.com
  • Page : 567 pages
  • Genre : Law
  • Reviews : 476 Readers
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The book on 'The Ethico-Legal Education and Medical Mal-Practices in India' has emanated from the research work of the Author was a culmination of the emotional feelings of the Author and lifetime experiences he gained from his personal life to professional practice. Author is a graduate in Science stream with Biology / life sciences as his subjects in the graduate course curriculum. The Author's personal relationship with his elder brother, Dr N. Ashok Kumar Patnaik, as on today is a practicing cardiologist at USA, having his very thicker blood relationship and he is much indebted to the support his brother provided for in his personal life and professional legal practice. The Author right from his childhood days was well attached to the studies of his brother, and till date remembers what are the subjects his brother studied in the course of M.B.B.S. The Author has encountered of agony with the death of the sister of his wife, 'Rajani Patnaik' was victimized and lost her life for the reasons of callous medical misadventures in the hands of half knowing nascent doctor who was engaged in a private hospital did administered a wrong fatal injection. Then the Author felt the agony of the parents of the victim and to teach lessons to the hospital and the half knowledge treating doctor through the legal approach, was questioned for her misconduct in the consumer forum and ultimately the truth of Medical negligence was established, though the same was dragged up to Supreme Court of India. In this background the Author was much exposed to the Medical Science and the Law pertinent to Medical Negligence and his personal feelings were involved for getting the justice of the similarly situated victims of India. The doctor's do commit the crime which is unabated and therefore victims have no know-how to deal with such misconducts of treating doctors who are made scot-free for reasons of want of checks and balances in the legal mechanism for bringing them to Book of Law. So, with all these perceptions and knowledge the Author gained through the practice, and make them know the know-how of the Mechanism of the Medical Negligence which will be helpful not only to the victims, but also to educate the treating doctors to make them aware of the practice of medicine along with the ethical approach and on failure the provisions of book of law which will make them to face the consequences of their wrong doings.

A Cure for Cancer PDF Book By Michael Moorcock

A Cure for Cancer

  • Author: Michael Moorcock
  • ISBN Code: : 1783291788
  • Publisher : Titan Books (US, CA)
  • Page : 240 pages
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reviews : 839 Readers
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A mirror-image of his former self, Jerry Cornelius returns to a parallel London, armed with a vibragun and his infamous charisma and charm to boot. On the trail of the grotesque Bishop Beesley, Jerry hunts for a mysterious device capable of manipulating the cosmos. Corruption, violence and greed are rife in a war-torn Europe, but Jerry is against history; he is outside of history. He lusts for the equilibrium of anarchy, for randomness supreme—lock up your daughters (and sons), Jerry Cornelius is back. Dunked into the ether of Chaos, the second book in the Cornelius Quartet, A Cure for Cancer, was one of the first novels of its form, using hypermedia to spin a web of hauntingly surreal scenes, wickedly funny social satire and sci-fi vignettes that resonate deeply for the modern reader.

At the Limits of Cure PDF Book By Bharat Jayram Venkat

At the Limits of Cure

  • Author: Bharat Jayram Venkat
  • ISBN Code: : 1478022027
  • Publisher : Duke University Press
  • Page : 301 pages
  • Genre : Social Science
  • Reviews : 142 Readers
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Can a history of cure be more than a history of how disease comes to an end? In 1950s Madras, an international team of researchers demonstrated that antibiotics were effective in treating tuberculosis. But just half a century later, reports out of Mumbai stoked fears about the spread of totally drug-resistant strains of the disease. Had the curable become incurable? Through an anthropological history of tuberculosis treatment in India, Bharat Jayram Venkat examines what it means to be cured, and what it means for a cure to come undone. At the Limits of Cure tells a story that stretches from the colonial period—a time of sanatoria, travel cures, and gold therapy—into a postcolonial present marked by antibiotic miracles and their failures. Venkat juxtaposes the unraveling of cure across a variety of sites: in idyllic hill stations and crowded prisons, aboard ships and on the battlefield, and through research trials and clinical encounters. If cure is frequently taken as an ending (of illness, treatment, and suffering more generally), Venkat provides a foundation for imagining cure otherwise in a world of fading antibiotic efficacy.

A Cure for Suicide PDF Book By Jesse Ball

A Cure for Suicide

  • Author: Jesse Ball
  • ISBN Code: : 1101870133
  • Publisher : Vintage
  • Page : 240 pages
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reviews : 745 Readers
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***LONG-LISTED FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD*** From the author of Silence Once Begun, a beguiling new novel about a man starting over at the most basic level, and the strange woman who insinuates herself into his life and memory. A man and a woman have moved into a small house in a small village. The woman is an “examiner,” the man, her “claimant.” The examiner is both doctor and guide, charged with teaching the claimant a series of simple functions: this is a chair, this is a fork, this is how you meet people. She makes notes in her journal about his progress: he is showing improvement yet his dreams are troubling. One day the examiner brings the claimant to a party, where he meets Hilda, a charismatic but volatile woman whose surprising assertions throw everything the claimant has learned into question. What is this village? Why is he here? And who is Hilda? A fascinating novel of love, illness, despair, and betrayal, A Cure for Suicide is the most captivating novel yet from one of our most audacious and original young writers.

Healing with the Medicine of the Prophet (PBUH) PDF Book By Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jauziya

Healing with the Medicine of the Prophet (PBUH)

  • Author: Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jauziya
  • ISBN Code: : N.a
  • Publisher : Darussalam Publishers
  • Page : 359 pages
  • Genre : Diet therapy
  • Reviews : 423 Readers
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"Healing with the Medicine of the Prophet (Al-Tibb al-Nabawi)” was compiled by Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jauziyah some 650 years ago. Darussalam has brought this marvelous script with English translation by Jalal Abdual Rub. It’s an ideal compilation for those interested in Prophetic medicine. Salient Features- • The most popular collection of the health advices and treatments by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) – • 650 years old credible script. • Comprehensive guidance for preservation and restoration of mental, physical and spiritual health. • References to original sources from Qur’an and Ahadith. • Dedicated glossary of remedies, herbs, and other natural substances to facilitate easy learning. Looking at the contents, prevailing health issues of modern life, and Islamic context; this book becomes a must have for every Muslim household. Simple language and supportive images make the understanding much easier.

The Ethics of Killing PDF Book By Jeff McMahan

The Ethics of Killing

  • Author: Jeff McMahan
  • ISBN Code: : 019987963X
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Page : 560 pages
  • Genre : Philosophy
  • Reviews : 308 Readers
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This magisterial work is the first comprehensive study of the ethics of killing, where the moral status of the individual killed is uncertain. Drawing on philosophical notions of personal identity and the immorality of killing, McMahan looks carefully at a host of practical issues, including abortion, infanticide, the killing of animals, assisted suicide, and euthanasia.

No Way to Treat a Friend PDF Book By Niall Taylor,Alex Gough,Emma Milne

No Way to Treat a Friend

  • Author: Niall Taylor,Alex Gough,Emma Milne
  • ISBN Code: : 1912178575
  • Publisher : 5m Books Ltd
  • Page : 398 pages
  • Genre : Medical
  • Reviews : 555 Readers
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"No Way to Treat a Friend" is an informative and readable exposÃ?© of Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine (CAVM). Written in an accessible style and illustrated with stories and real-life cases from veterinary practice, this book is a counterweight to the mass of 'pro' literature in existence which uncritically promotes CAVM without consideration of whether or not it could be harmful to an animal companion. The authors, both practicing veterinary surgeons, take a close look at how animals can appear to respond to treatment, even when it is ineffective. Individual alternative practices are examined-including homeopathy, acupuncture, raw diets, and the anti-vaccination lobby-to find out if they stand up to scrutiny. With a thoroughly scientific focus, this is not an attack on different belief systems but a rigorous analysis of the facts, and a consideration of typical CAVM arguments. "No Way to Treat a Friend" will be a helpful reference for those who want to know more about the various therapies themselves, as well as an invaluable resource for veterinary practitioners and anyone with an interest in animals and their welfare. Niall Taylor is veterinary surgeon working in rural Somerset, England. A general practitioner, he also has a long-standing interest in critical thinking and how it relates to complementary and alternative veterinary medicine. He is a founding member of the Campaign for Rational Veterinary Medicine and runs the rationalvetmed.net website. Alex Gough is the Head of Medical Referrals at Bath Veterinary Referrals, and is the author of the veterinary textbooks "Differential Diagnosis in Small Animal Medicine" and "Breed Predispositions to Disease in Dogs and Cats", both of which have been translated into multiple languages. *** " Veterinarians who cringe when their clients refuse vaccinations, feed their pets raw food, and consult animal psychics will relish "No Way to Treat a Friend: Lifting the Lid on Complementary and Alternative Medicine". The authors 'lift the lid' on unsavory alternative practices, some of which have successfully escaped scrutiny so that they now appear in veterinary school curricula." --Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Vol. 252, No. 6, March 15, 2018(Series: Evidence Based Science) [Subject: Veterinary Medicine, Holistic Pet Care]

A Cure for Gravity PDF Book By Arthur Rosenfeld

A Cure for Gravity

  • Author: Arthur Rosenfeld
  • ISBN Code: : 0765385678
  • Publisher : Forge Books
  • Page : 304 pages
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reviews : 273 Readers
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Mercury Gant climbs aboard his vintage motorcycle and leaves behind his entire life. So, his journey begins taking him from one coast to the other and from the ghost of a woman without a conscience into the arms of a little girl with his eyes. Umberto Santana walks out of a bank with $314,000 in stolen cash. At seventeen, he is only a boy about to embark on a journey where he will discover he is more of a man than he ever thought he could be. Then there is Graciela. Beautiful, strong-willed and independent, she is carrying Umberto's baby. She loves Umberto with every thread of her being and it is that unconditional love that may ultimately save both Umberto and Gant. Traveling the same route unknowingly, Gant and Umberto cross paths while "flying without wings" in the middle of a tornado. Becoming partners, the two sojourners continue together down their road learning about each other, but more importantly, about themselves and the relationships with those they love, have loved, or will come to love. A novel of love, trust, and transition, A Cure for Gravity is bound tightly together with strands of magic and its workings in everyday life. It is the story of love's power to save and a person's ability to overcome their past. A Cure for Gravity will leave an indelible mark on the reader's heart and mind--an impression they won't soon forget At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Encyclopedia of Human Genetics and Disease [2 volumes] PDF Book By Evelyn B. Kelly Ph.D.

Encyclopedia of Human Genetics and Disease [2 volumes]

  • Author: Evelyn B. Kelly Ph.D.
  • ISBN Code: : 0313387141
  • Publisher : ABC-CLIO
  • Page : 957 pages
  • Genre : Science
  • Reviews : 587 Readers
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This two-volume encyclopedia examines the history, characteristics, causes, and treatment of genetic disease, as well as the science of genetics itself. • Illustrations and photographs • An informative timeline of genetic study advancements • An annotated list of websites and helpful books

Is Homosexuality A Sin? PDF Book By Kyra Linn

Is Homosexuality A Sin?

  • Author: Kyra Linn
  • ISBN Code: : 1483628310
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Page : 102 pages
  • Genre : Religion
  • Reviews : 389 Readers
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My Purpose For Writing This Book. There have been many books written on this subject. My goal is not to just add to the wealth of information; rather, I want to address the subject from a new perspective, that of someone who has faced the difficult challenge of reconciling her sexual identity with her evangelical faith. I was never satisfied with the stance that I could either embrace my identity as a homosexual or embrace God, but not both. Thus began my quest for Truth, wherever I might be led. Some of you have already decided that the two can never meet. This book is primarily for those of you with at least a glimmer of hope left that the two can truly be integrated. In any case, I hope all of you will read this book thoughtfully and prayerfully. And, whatever the case, I welcome all feedback and/or questions. My email address is [email protected]

EBOOK: Quality of Life and Older People PDF Book By John Bond,Lynne Corner

EBOOK: Quality of Life and Older People

  • Author: John Bond,Lynne Corner
  • ISBN Code: : 0335230806
  • Publisher : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
  • Page : 152 pages
  • Genre : Medical
  • Reviews : 385 Readers
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·What is quality of life? ·How should we assess quality of life for older people? ·What are the personal and external influences on quality of life for older people? Quality of Life and Older People provides a critical approach to the conceptualization and measurement of quality of life in social gerontology and health and social care research. The book re-examines what we mean by 'quality of life' in a post-modern world, and examines the impact of continuous personal and social changes on the lives of older people. The book explores ideas about quality of life in social gerontological literature, and describes the experiences of older people through both their own personal accounts and representations in everyday life, popular culture and scientific research. In this way, the book is unique, since it reviews the way that older people talk about their quality of life and how this differs from the ways that younger people, researchers and scientists, policy makers and professionals discuss it. The book draws on a range of behavioural and social science knowledge to present a new way of thinking about and understanding quality of life and older people. While the book provides a critique of existing social science theories underpinning conceptions of quality of life it also addresses operational issues for the use of quality of life in social gerontological research. Quality of Life and Older People is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in gerontology, medicine, nursing, social work and social sciences. It is also of interest to social gerontologists and health and social care researchers, as well as to those involved in the planning and delivery of services to older adults.

The Nature of Disease PDF Book By Lawrie Reznek

The Nature of Disease

  • Author: Lawrie Reznek
  • ISBN Code: : 1000579417
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Page : 240 pages
  • Genre : Philosophy
  • Reviews : 637 Readers
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Originally published in 1987, this book is about the classification of bodily conditions into diseases. It provides a full account of the concept of disease, examining the issue of whether disease status is something we discover or invent and the issue of whether disease attributions involve implicit value judgements. It investigates whether bodily conditions fall into natural kinds and whether these debates can be settled by discovering whether there are any natural boundaries dividing conditions into diseases and non-diseases. It considers whether the notion of disease is an evaluative notion or whether judgements about disease status are purely descriptive. The issue of whether other cultures with different values are justified in making different disease judgements is also discussed.

Universities and Innovation Economies PDF Book By Peter Murphy

Universities and Innovation Economies

  • Author: Peter Murphy
  • ISBN Code: : 1317004361
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Page : 268 pages
  • Genre : Social Science
  • Reviews : 280 Readers
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Students drop out of universities in large numbers, many graduate to jobs that do not require a degree and a large number learn little at university, whilst graduate salaries have shrunk over time and student loan debt and default have grown. University research achievements have declined while university administration has expanded massively. The contemporary university is mired in auditing, regulation, waste and aimlessness and its contribution to serious social innovation has deteriorated markedly. The miserable state of the universities reflects a larger social reality, as bureaucratic capitalism has replaced creative capitalism. Universities and Innovation Economies examines the rise and fall of the mass university and post-industrial society, considering how we might revitalize economic and intellectual creativity. Looking to a much more inventive social and economic paradigm to drive long-term growth, the author argues for a smaller, leaner, more effective university model - one capable of delivering a greater degree of high-level discovery and creative power. A potent critique of the post-industrial mass university that urges a reimagination of universities as places of discovery and invention, this book will appeal to readers interested in higher education, creativity, social theory, the sociology of work and organisations, political economy, pedagogy and public policy.

Nutrigenomics and Nutraceuticals PDF Book By Yashwant V. Pathak,Ali M. Ardekani

Nutrigenomics and Nutraceuticals

  • Author: Yashwant V. Pathak,Ali M. Ardekani
  • ISBN Code: : 1498765122
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Page : 568 pages
  • Genre : Technology & Engineering
  • Reviews : 847 Readers
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Genomics and related areas of research have contributed greatly to the understanding of the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying diet–disease relationships. In the past decade, the evidence has become stronger for a direct link between genome/epigenome damage and increased risk for adverse health outcomes. It is now exceedingly clear that micronutrients are critical as cofactors for many cellular functions, including DNA repair enzymes, methylation of CpG sequences, DNA oxidation, and/or uracil incorporation into DNA. Nutrigenomics and Nutraceuticals: Clinical Relevance and Disease Prevention brings new perspectives on disease prevention strategy based on the genomic knowledge and nutraceuticals of an individual and the diet he or she receives. This book discusses the integration and application of genetic and genomics technology into nutrition research and paves the way for the development of nutrition research programs that are aimed at the prevention and control of chronic disease through genomics-based nutritional interventions. In this book, the editors bring together a wide spectrum of nutritional scientists worldwide to contribute to the growing knowledge in the field of nutrigenomics and nutraceuticals.

A Cure for Troubled Hearts PDF Book By Herbert Lockyer

A Cure for Troubled Hearts

  • Author: Herbert Lockyer
  • ISBN Code: : 1603745114
  • Publisher : Whitaker House
  • Page : 84 pages
  • Genre : Religion
  • Reviews : 979 Readers
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Jesus Christ loves us as no one else ever has. But do we love Him as we should? We hear sermons about Him; we sing about Him; we read about Him; we even try to speak to Him. And yet, for far too many, Jesus is not real. Is it any wonder that our hearts are troubled by the worries, pressures, and sorrows of this world? Best-selling author Dr. Herbert Lockyer reminds us that Jesus’ willingness to receive us is the cure for our troubled hearts. But His reception of us depends on our reception of Him. Dr. Lockyer challenges us to enjoy Christ’s fullness and to give Him the place of preeminence in every part of our life and being!

Public Health Policy and Ethics PDF Book By Michael Boylan

Public Health Policy and Ethics

  • Author: Michael Boylan
  • ISBN Code: : 1402022077
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Page : 246 pages
  • Genre : Medical
  • Reviews : 703 Readers
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Public Health Policy and Ethics brings together philosophers and practitioners to address the foundations and principles upon which public health policy may be advanced. What is the basis that justifies public health in the first place? Why should individuals be disadvantaged for the sake of the group? How do policy concerns and clinical practice work together and work against each other? Can the boundaries of public health be extended to include social ills that are amenable to group-dynamic solutions? These are some of the crucial questions that form the core of this volume of original essays sure to cause practitioners to engage in a critical re-evaluation of the role of ethics in public health policy. This volume is unique because of its philosophical approach. It develops a theoretical basis for public health and then examines cutting-edge issues of practice that include social and political issues of public health. In this way the book extends the usual purview of public health. Public Health Policy and Ethics is of interest to those working in public health policy, ethics and social philosophy. It may be used as a textbook for courses on public health policy and ethics, medical ethics, social philosophy and applied or public philosophy.

A Cure for Night PDF Book By Justin Peacock

A Cure for Night

  • Author: Justin Peacock
  • ISBN Code: : 0385528442
  • Publisher : Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
  • Page : 352 pages
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reviews : 115 Readers
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A Washington Post Best Book of the Year Edgar Nominee– Best First Novel Joel Deveraux is a rising star at a white-shoe law firm in Manhattan. But after a drug-related scandal costs him his job and nearly his law license, he slides down the corporate ladder to the Booklyn Defenders office. He arrives just in time for a high profile murder case, where he is assigned to work with the tough and savvy Myra Goldstein. With pressure from their boss and interest from the tabloids, they take on the defense of a black pot dealer from the projects who is charged with the murder of a white college student. Joel quickly learns that urban criminal law is a form of combat where the best story wins–but who’s telling the truth and who’s lying are matters of life and death.

Assemblage of a Cure for Mental Rampage PDF Book By Jamil Lulu

Assemblage of a Cure for Mental Rampage

  • Author: Jamil Lulu
  • ISBN Code: : 9390746922
  • Publisher : Exceller Books
  • Page : pages
  • Genre : Psychology
  • Reviews : 889 Readers
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'Assemblage of a Cure for Mental Rampage' immensely and somewhat repetitively treats matters in relation to conceptions and misconceptions about morality which isn't increasingly fashionable. I believe it is relatively easy to understand philosophically inclined work that can enable anyone live more sensibly or excusably insecurely considering matters such as God, love, honor, peace and one true life ghost event (introduction to more of such kind) are discussed more or less without bias. Although difference in our backgrounds and manner of individuals style of living, may occasion disinterest in or disconnection of reader from the write up that's provided one resulted to attempting to read such presentation nonetheless, many matters about apt life courses that aids the development of progressive character, can be found "ab intus" whether or not same issues raised, will be complied with to any degree.

Liver Transplantation, An Issue of Clinics in Liver Disease, E-Book PDF Book By Roberto J. Firpi

Liver Transplantation, An Issue of Clinics in Liver Disease, E-Book

  • Author: Roberto J. Firpi
  • ISBN Code: : 0323528457
  • Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Page : pages
  • Genre : Medical
  • Reviews : 178 Readers
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Cirrhosis from hepatitis C (HCV) is now the most common indication for liver transplant (LT) in the U.S., but between 2004 and 2013, new LT listings for NASH increased by 170%. Unfortunately, fibrosis progression leading to cirrhosis, liver cancer, and liver decompensation continues to occur after transplantation. Once cirrhosis and decompensation are evident, patient survival is poor and repeat LT is considered to improve outcomes. Therefore, the never-ending thirst for new approaches in the management of patients pre- and post-transplant has led to a very promising future in transplantation, thought there is much to learn to achieve better patient outcomes. This issue of Clinics in Liver Disease addresses the core areas to achieve better patient outcomes, with articles devoted to coagulopathy before liver transplant, challenges in renal failure before LT, LT for acute alcoholic hepatitis, LT in the pregnant patient, bariatric surgery and LT,and MELD Scores in prioritization of LT, to name a few. Readers will place a high value on the current state of liver transplantation in this issue.

No Cure for the Dead PDF Book By Christine Trent

No Cure for the Dead

  • Author: Christine Trent
  • ISBN Code: : 1683315456
  • Publisher : Crooked Lane Books
  • Page : 336 pages
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reviews : 600 Readers
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When a young nurse dies on her watch, Florence Nightingale must uncover the deep-hidden secrets someone will kill to keep buried. It is 1853. Lady of the Lamp Florence Nightingale has just accepted the position of Superintendent of the Establishment for Gentlewomen During Temporary Illness in London. She has hardly had time to learn the names of the nurses in her charge when she suddenly finds one of them hanging in the Establishment’s library. Her name was Nurse Bellamy. Florence’s mettle is tested by the dual goals of preserving what little reputation her hospital has and bringing Nurse Bellamy’s killer to justice. Her efforts are met with upturned noses and wayward glances except for her close friend and advocate inside the House of Commons, Sidney Herbert. As Florence digs deeper, however, her attention turns to one of the hospital investors and suddenly, Sidney becomes reluctant to help. With no one but herself to count on, Florence must now puzzle out what the death of an unknown, nondescript young nurse has to do with conspiracies lurking about at the highest levels of government before she’s silenced too. For fans of Anne Perry and Laurie R. King comes No Cure for the Dead, the rich and enthralling series debut from Christine Trent.

Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness PDF Book By Andrew Scull

Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness

  • Author: Andrew Scull
  • ISBN Code: : 1483388999
  • Publisher : SAGE Publications
  • Page : 1176 pages
  • Genre : Reference
  • Reviews : 642 Readers
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Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness: An A to Z Guide looks at recent reports that suggest an astonishing rise in mental illness and considers such questions as: Are there truly more mentally ill people now or are there just more people being diagnosed and treated? What are the roles of economics and the pharmacological industry in this controversy? At the core of what is going on with mental illness in America and around the world, the editors suggest, is cultural sociology: How differing cultures treat mental illness and, in turn, how mental health patients are affected by the culture. In this illuminating multidisciplinary reference, expert scholars explore the culture of mental illness from the non-clinical perspectives of sociology, history, psychology, epidemiology, economics, public health policy, and finally, the mental health patients themselves. Key themes include Cultural Comparisons of Mental Health Disorders; Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness Around the World; Economics; Epidemiology; Mental Health Practitioners; Non-Drug Treatments; Patient, the Psychiatry, and Psychology; Psychiatry and Space; Psychopharmacology; Public Policy; Social History; and Sociology. Key Features This two-volume A-Z work, available in both print and electronic formats, includes close to 400 articles by renowned experts in their respective fields. An Introduction, a thematic Reader’s Guide, a Glossary, and a Resource Guide to Key Books, Journals, and Associations and their web sites enhance this invaluable reference. A chronology places the cultural sociology of mental illness in historical context. 150 photos bring concepts to life. The range and scope of this Encyclopedia is vivid testimony to the intellectual vitality of the field and will make a useful contribution to the next generation of sociological research on the cultural sociology of mental illness.

Postmodernized Simmel PDF Book By Deena Weinstein,Michael Weinstein

Postmodernized Simmel

  • Author: Deena Weinstein,Michael Weinstein
  • ISBN Code: : 1317831594
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Page : 236 pages
  • Genre : Social Science
  • Reviews : 713 Readers
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Originally published in 1993, this book opens a new and major line of interpretation, showing that Georg Simmel is the essential sociologist of the postmodern age. The authors trace the important contributions that Simmel's writings can make to current studies of intellectual ethics, textual methodology, sociological theory, philosophy of history and cultural theory

Yes Virginia, There is a Cure for Diabetes PDF Book By Hal Christensen

Yes Virginia, There is a Cure for Diabetes

  • Author: Hal Christensen
  • ISBN Code: : 148172987X
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Page : 84 pages
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Reviews : 806 Readers
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This is the story of my life with juvenile diabetes, from acquiring it at age ten to getting rid of it at age forty, and how I was able to conquer it before it destroyed me. Medical professionals will tell you that there is no cure, but I found one. It was drastic and dramatic, but it worked. In discussing diabetes with others, I have discovered that there is a lot of misinformation out there; hopefully my story can help with that.

Fasting for the Cure of Disease PDF Book By H.L.Burfield

Fasting for the Cure of Disease

  • Author: H.L.Burfield
  • ISBN Code: : 1141570920
  • Publisher : Рипол Классик
  • Page : pages
  • Genre :
  • Reviews : 466 Readers
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Fasting for the Cure of Disease. (FOURTH EDITION). 1912

Mastering Public Health PDF Book By Geraint Lewis,Jessica Sheringham,Jamie Lopez Bernal,Tim Crayford

Mastering Public Health

  • Author: Geraint Lewis,Jessica Sheringham,Jamie Lopez Bernal,Tim Crayford
  • ISBN Code: : 144415270X
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Page : 737 pages
  • Genre : Medical
  • Reviews : 208 Readers
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Mastering Public Health: A Postgraduate Guide to Examinations and Revalidation, Second Edition is an essential study aid for all those preparing for postgraduate, masters, and higher examinations in public health. Now updated and revised for the second edition, the book continues to provide all postgraduate students taking higher public health exam

Diet Cure For Common Ailments PDF Book By Dr. H.K. Bakhru

Diet Cure For Common Ailments

  • Author: Dr. H.K. Bakhru
  • ISBN Code: : 8172240724
  • Publisher : Jaico Publishing House
  • Page : 214 pages
  • Genre : Health & Fitness
  • Reviews : 310 Readers
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Diet Cure for Common Ailments covers the whole gamut of ailments which can be cured merely by proper food habits and regulation of one s life, without recourse to medicinal treatment. The book is based on the theories and fundamentals of nature cure that go to preserve health and vitality. The complete treatment charts and illustrations given in this book will serve as a useful guide to those who wish to treat themselves through this system at home.

American Dementia PDF Book By Daniel R. George,Peter J. Whitehouse

American Dementia

  • Author: Daniel R. George,Peter J. Whitehouse
  • ISBN Code: : 1421440482
  • Publisher : JHU Press
  • Page : 424 pages
  • Genre : Health & Fitness
  • Reviews : 166 Readers
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Have the social safety nets, environmental protections, and policies to redress wealth and income inequality enacted after World War II contributed to declining rates of dementia today—and how do we improve brain health in the future? For decades, researchers have chased a pharmaceutical cure for memory loss. But despite the fact that no disease-modifying biotech treatments have emerged, new research suggests that dementia rates have actually declined in the United States and Western Europe over the last decade. Why is this happening? And what does it mean for brain health in the future? In American Dementia, Daniel R. George, PhD, MSc, and Peter J. Whitehouse, MD, PhD, argue that the current decline of dementia may be strongly linked to mid–twentieth century policies that reduced inequality, provided widespread access to education and healthcare, and brought about cleaner air, soil, and water. They also • explain why Alzheimer's disease, an obscure clinical label until the 1970s, is the hallmark illness of our current hyper-capitalist era; • reveal how the soaring inequalities of the twenty-first century—which are sowing poverty, barriers to healthcare and education, loneliness, lack of sleep, stressful life events, environmental exposures, and climate change—are reversing the gains of the twentieth century and damaging our brains; • tackle the ageist tendencies in our culture, which disadvantage both vulnerable youth and elders; • make an evidence-based argument that policies like single-payer healthcare, a living wage, and universal access to free higher education and technical training programs will build collective resilience to dementia; • promote strategies that show how local communities can rise above the disconnection and loneliness that define our present moment and come together to care for our struggling neighbors. Ultimately, American Dementia asserts that actively remembering lessons from the twentieth century which help us become a healthier, wiser, and more compassionate society represents our most powerful intervention for preventing Alzheimer's and protecting human dignity. Exposing the inconvenient truths that confound market-based approaches to memory enhancement as well as broader social organization, the book imagines how we can act as citizens to protect our brains, build the cognitive resilience of younger generations, and rise to the moral challenge of caring for the cognitively frail.

Philosophy of Medicine PDF Book By

Philosophy of Medicine

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  • ISBN Code: : 0080930913
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Page : 600 pages
  • Genre : Mathematics
  • Reviews : 323 Readers
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This volume covers a wide range of conceptual, epistemological and methodological issues in the philosophy of science raised by reflection upon medical science and practice. Several chapters examine such general meta-scientific concepts as discovery, reduction, theories and models, causal inference and scientific realism as they apply to medicine or medical science in particular. Some discuss important concepts specific to medicine (diagnosis, health, disease, brain death). A topic such as evidence, for instance, is examined at a variety of levels, from social mechanisms for guiding evidence-based reasoning such as evidence-based medicine, consensus conferences, and clinical trials, to the more abstract analysis of experimentation, inference and uncertainty. Some chapters reflect on particular domains of medicine, including psychiatry, public health, and nursing. The contributions span a broad range of detailed cases from the science and practice of medicine, as well as a broad range of intellectual approaches, from conceptual analysis to detailed examinations of particular scientific papers or historical episodes. Chapters view philosophy of medicine from quite different angles Considers substantive cases from both medical science and practice Chapters from a distinguished array of contributors

The Divine Law Of Cure PDF Book By Warren Felt Evans

The Divine Law Of Cure

  • Author: Warren Felt Evans
  • ISBN Code: : 3849643344
  • Publisher : Jazzybee Verlag
  • Page : 273 pages
  • Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Reviews : 494 Readers
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No intelligent observer of the signs of the times can fail to notice among philosophical minds a marked reaction against the dominant scientific materialism of the past century, and a tendency to return to a more spiritual view of human nature and the world at large. Idealism, which has always had a strong hold upon the deepest thinkers of the world from Plato downward, is again coming into prominence, and many of the leading scientists of the day exhibit an inclination to adopt it as furnishing the most satisfactory explanation of the phenomena of nature. The present volume of the author is an attempt to construct a theoretical and practical system of phrenopathy, or mental-cure, on the basis of the idealistic philosophy of Berkeley, Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel. Its fundamental doctrine is that to think and to exist are one and the same, and that every disease is the translation into a bodily expression of a fixed idea of the mind and a morbid way of thinking. If by any therapeutic device you remove the morbid idea, which is the spiritual image after the likeness of which the body is formed, you cure the malady. The work lays no claim to originality except in the practical application of Idealism to the cure of the diseases of mind and body. It is the culmination of a. life-long study of human nature, and to which the previous volumes of the author may be viewed as introductory.

Dictionary of Plant Lore PDF Book By D.C. Watts

Dictionary of Plant Lore

  • Author: D.C. Watts
  • ISBN Code: : 9780080546025
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Page : 488 pages
  • Genre : Science
  • Reviews : 225 Readers
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Knowledge of plant names can give insight into largely forgotten beliefs. For example, the common red poppy is known as "Blind Man" due to an old superstitious belief that if the poppy were put to the eyes it would cause blindness. Many plant names derived from superstition, folk lore, or primal beliefs. Other names are purely descriptive and can serve to explain the meaning of the botanical name. For example, Beauty-Berry is the name given to the American shrub that belongs to the genus Callicarpa. Callicarpa is Greek for beautiful fruit. Still other names come from literary sources providing rich detail of the transmission of words through the ages. Conceived as part of the author's wider interest in plant and tree lore and ethnobotanical studies, this fully revised edition of Elsevier's Dictionary of Plant Names and Their Origins contains over 30,000 vernacular and literary English names of plants. Wild and cultivated plants alike are identified by the botanical name. Further detail provides a brief account of the meaning of the name and detailed commentary on common usage. * Includes color images * Inclusive of all Latin terms with vernacular derivatives * The most comprehensive guide for plant scientists, linguists, botanists, and historians

Sherpa Hospitality as a Cure for Frostbite PDF Book By Mark Horrell

Sherpa Hospitality as a Cure for Frostbite

  • Author: Mark Horrell
  • ISBN Code: : 191274810X
  • Publisher : Mountain Footsteps Press
  • Page : 218 pages
  • Genre : Travel
  • Reviews : 880 Readers
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The heroic story of how Sherpas stood up and took control of their destiny Ever since Europeans started exploring the world’s highest mountains and trying to reach their summits in the early 20th century, Sherpas have been an integral part of mountaineering expeditions to the Himalayas. In this anthology curated from his popular Footsteps on the Mountain blog, Mark Horrell explores the evolution of Sherpa mountaineers, from the porters of early expeditions to the superstar climbers of the present day. Writing with trademark warmth and humour, he starts by bringing to life the Sherpa characters of the early days, describing their customs and superstitions, and putting their contributions and achievements into context. In the deeply personal second section of the book, he covers some of the conflicts of the 21st century, when a series of high-profile controversies highlighted the tensions between Sherpas and western climbers on Everest. He was a witness to a devastating avalanche in the Khumbu Icefall that killed 16 Nepali mountain workers and led to a labour dispute, and he describes the events that followed from a commercial client’s perspective. In the final section of the book, he brings the story up to date and looks to the future, as Sherpas have moved out of the limelight of westerners, running successful mountaineering expedition companies and becoming celebrated climbers in their own right. "It's uncommon to come across stories that look beneath the surface to investigate deeper issues while remaining accessible and humorous. Sherpa Hospitality achieves this." Alex Roddie