Does Dirt Have Calories? How I Overcame Anorexia - Huffington Post After revealing her identity and publishing a memoir entitled "I Am Roe: My Life, Roe v. Wade, and Freedom of Choice", McCorvey worked in a... 02/25/2015 - 8:51 am | View Link
Top 3 Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Nonfiction hardcover Through personal accounts of researchers, the book reveals the excitement of the hunt for new cures — the hype, the enthusiasm, the lost opportunities, the blind alleys and the thrilling breakthroughs. As the revolution in cancer treatment tailored to ... 03/28/2015 - 3:58 pm | View Link
Medical Matters: There is no clinical evidence to validate homeopathy – and it can even do harm Homeopathy is based on the theories of Samuel Hahnemann, who claimed that “like cures like”, so a substance that causes symptoms can also eradicate them. That process is theoretically achieved using a process of dilution of the substance and subsequent ... 03/23/2015 - 9:09 am | View Link
8 'Quack' Cures That Really Work In his new book, “A Scientist in Wonderland: A Memoir for Search For Truth and Finding Trouble,” world-renowned complementary medicine authority Edzard Ernst, M.D., notes that doctors often shun folk remedies no matter how effective they are 03/10/2015 - 6:24 am | View Link
The ten 'quack' cures that actually work! World's first professor of complementary medicine offers alternative treatments for common conditions He’s known as one of alternative medicine’s fiercest critics, devoting decades to debunking myths of what he calls ‘quack medicine’. In his new book, A Scientist In Wonderland: A Memoir Of Searching For Truth And Finding Trouble, no one from the ... 02/28/2015 - 9:15 am | View Link
Library celebrates World Cup with FIFA Xbox 360 tourney for teens 0 Soccer’s 2014 World Cup begins Thursday in Brazil, and at the Fort Erie Public Library ... of the intriguing selections from the library collection: Deni Bechard’s memoir Cures for Hunger tells the story of Bechard and his quest to solve the mystery ... 06/13/2014 - 3:46 am | View Link
How I Got My Wiggle Back: A Memoir of Healing: Anthony ... How I Got My Wiggle Back: A Memoir of Healing [Anthony Field] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The dramatic personal story of Anthony Field ... 03/31/2015 - 5:38 pm | View Website
Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival, and My ... Breaking night: (Urban slang) staying up through the night, until the sun rises. Breaking Night is the stunning memoir of a young woman who at age fifteen was living ... 03/31/2015 - 1:13 pm | View Website
Biographical Memoirs Home Published since 1877, Biographical Memoirs provide the life histories and selected bibliographies of deceased National Academy of Sciences members. 03/31/2015 - 10:14 am | View Website
Flu Cure: How We Cured The Flu in 24 Hours I was miserably sick for 3-1/2 weeks with the Flu. My wife got it and I was determined that she not suffer like I did. We found a cure that killed the Flu ... 03/31/2015 - 1:17 am | View Website
Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?: A Rock 'n' Roll ... Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?: A Rock 'n' Roll Memoir [Steven Tyler] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. “Steven Tyler is one of the giants ... 03/30/2015 - 8:02 pm | View Website
There’s a long-beloved saying in the romance genre: “The heroine always wins.” In books by women and for women, it should come as no surprise that heroines are the heroes of the action, finding themselves, their power and their future through love. But these are not simpering misses. These are strong women, deeply committed to their dreams, their passions and those they love.
Forty years ago this month, after a long, deadly release of flatulence from American politicians, the United States evacuated its personnel from Saigon in an operation appropriately code-named Frequent Wind. Whether you were alive then or not, the images of those panicked Vietnamese crushing the U. S. Embassy are tattooed on our collective consciousness.
Known for his playful poetry and for flouting typographical custom, Edward Estlin Cummings grew up happily entangled in both nature and words — contentedly aware of his “enormous smallness” while exploring the wilderness. His ode to spring, “when the world is mud-luscious” and “puddle-wonderful,” seems particularly fitting as a long, challenging winter gives way to a wet April.
THE INFERNAL By Mark Doten Graywolf. 422 pp. Paperback, $18In a torture chamber in the Middle East, the man asking the questions waxes poetic. “Imagine,” he dreams, a “fully expressive body, not this burnt and ruined thing.” The yearning seems a hideous irony — a torturer’s job, after all, is both to ruin a body and render it “expressive” — but in Mark Doten’s prodigious, provocative debut, “The Infernal,” it’s more.