Rabbi Dr. David L. Barsky and Bobbie Barsky - Senior Rabbi & Rebbetzin "This is a great book! A Mini- treatise on healing and health. Why healing belongs to us and how to obtain it. Every person who needs healing ... or who wants to be used by God to bring wholeness to others ...should read this. It is a "Key" to wholeness." Prince Handley " Your book has caused a spiritual revolution for my patients who are sick.... It's going to be a best seller." Yolanda Cintron DMD
Die definitive Geschichte des klassischen post-punk/gothic Pop-Gruppe aus Crawley, der globale Superstars unwahrscheinlich geworden - The Cure. Jeff Apter Charts die Entwicklung und den Aufstieg der Band, Detaillierung die Höhen und Tiefen - darunter, wie ihren ersten "großen" Album Pornography fast endete die Karriere der Band, bevor sie begann. Entlang des Weges gibt es auch die ganze Geschichte von Lead-Sänger Robert Smith's Defektion zu Siouxsie And The Banshees, seine wilden Experimentieren mit Drogen und seine eventuelle Rückkehr. Mit Dutzenden von Frank und exklusive Gespräche, die Mitglieder der Vergangenheit und Gegenwart geben, ihr Konto der Band ist ungewöhnlich, und letztlich weltweit erfolgreiche Karriere. Never Enough ist eine kühne und gewagte Rechnung, Gießen ein neues Licht auf dieses rätselhafte und faszinierende Gruppe von Musikern.
Faith, it's a word that describes a belief in something that you can't truly know exists. Faith is someone standing in front of a closet telling you that there is gold inside and that you will get that gold at some point if you can just trust that it is there. What's to stop you from looking in the closet? So many people believe that there is gold in the closet, so maybe you should too. The feeling of the possibility of getting the gold is so intense, it is just enough to make it so you don't try and peek inside the closet. The funny thing about faith is that without numbers, it wouldn't exist. Yet, your faith belongs to you; you own it in the most complete sense. It is you that owns this faith and it is you that decides what to make of it. People get mad when something makes them question their faith, yet the only one that can question your faith is you. No man, woman, movie or book can influence the decision you have to keep or discard your faith. In the end, you are the one who decides the direction of your life. This book provides a peak into the closet. It gives you the choice to either believe that you do see the gold, or to believe that there is no gold. What you decide to see and believe is ultimately up to you. This book will help you understand why there is no gold, but instead a much more magical entity. The closet in reality isn't a box but is an unending future.
Taking her father to a Mexican clinic that claims to be able to halt the onset of Alzheimer's with hormone therapy, Jody Simms is delighted by the results, until other patients start turning up dead and Jody discovers some deceptive and dangerous secrets about the clinic's head, Dr. Amar. Original.
We are surrounded by medical miracles: polio has been eradicated; childhood leukemia is now treatable; death by cardiovascular disease has declined by two-thirds in the last fifty years. Yet while American medicine has never been better, angst over American health care has never been greater. Why is American health care such a mess? In this path-breaking book--Nobel laureate Milton Friedman calls it "fascinating and thorough"--Dr. David Gratzer goes to the heart of the problem, showing that the crisis in American health care stems largely from its addiction to outmoded and discredited economic ideas. What needs to be done? Dr. Gratzer mounts a bold and provocative argument, rejecting the conventional wisdom that socialized health care is compassionate and that top-down government agencies like the FDA actually save lives. Instead, he prescribes a strong dose of capitalism. The Cure offers a detailed overview of American health care, from economics and politics to medical science. Weighing in on the most controversial topics in health care, Dr. Gratzer makes the case that it's possible to reduce health expenses, insure millions more, and improve quality of care while not growing government or raising taxes. An award-winning author and essayist, he is a master storyteller, enlivening his book with anecdotes, interviews, and stories drawn from his own extensive clinical experience. He details the cardiac woes of Robert E. Lee and Dick Cheney, describes a chat over coffee with Canada's foremost private medical entrepreneur (an acquaintance of Fidel Castro, as it happens), and explains the evolution of his own thinking, from advocating HillaryCare as a medical student to promoting individual choice and competition today. The patient is in critical condition; Dr. Gratzer diagnoses the disease and prescribes the cure.
Über das Leben, über Verlust und wie wir Aids besiegen können
Author: Sir Elton John
Publisher: Hoffmann und Campe
Das erste Buch von Poplegende Sir Elton John: über seine persönlichen Erfahrungen mit Aids und sein Engagement gegen die Epidemie: "1980, als die ersten Aidsfälle bekannt wurden, war ich drogenabhängig und führte ein selbstzerstörerisches Leben. Es ist ein wahres Wunder, dass ich mich nicht infizierte. In jenen Jahren verlor ich durch die Krankheit Dutzende von Freunden. In diesem Buch erzähle ich ihre und meine Geschichte. Das Immunschwächesyndrom zu bekämpfen wurde zur vordringlichsten Mission seines Lebens. "An Aids", schreibt Elton John, "ist nur eines rätselhaft: dass es diese Krankheit immer noch gibt, obwohl wir wissen, wie wir sie stoppen können." Seine Überzeugung nach 20 Jahren Einsatz gegen die Epidemie: "Wir kennen viele Mittel, der Ausbreitung des Virus Einhalt zu gebieten, doch wenn es darum geht, sie anzuwenden, stehen engstirnige Religionsführer und Politiker zuhauf im Weg. Von 34 Millionen HIV-Positiven haben nur 6 Millionen Zugang zu lebensrettender Medizin. Wir brauchen gute Forschung, aber genauso wichtig ist eine kollektive Anstrengung, die sozialen Barrieren niederzureißen und Brücken des Mitgefühls zu bauen."
Enterprise Medicine for Business: A Novel for Managers
Author: Dan Paul,Jeff Cox
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
A novel about transforming organizations from the author of bestselling business books The Goal and Zapp! The Cure is a novel for managers about transforming an under-performing bureaucratic organization into a boundaryless, fact-driven management culture like the one that made Jack Welch's General Electric so consistently successful. It offers real, practical advice for overcoming political inertia, reinventing the company, and doing it in a year or less. By giving each key character a distinct voice, readers are reminded of people they have met and who may even sit in the desk next to them. These characters interact realistically and act pragmatically, and as a result readers become invested in how these people tackle their challenges and create real solutions. The methods described in the book have been successfully employed at many of high-profile companies, such as Black & Decker, Coleman, Emerson, Parker Hannifin, Textron, United Stationers, and Moen. The Cure argues that modern organizations must be flexible, quick, and boundaryless in order to thrive and survive, but it also shows managers how to make it happen fast. Based on the successful management theories of Dan Paul's General Management Technologies, The Cure accomplishes these things in the form of an entertaining, enlightening, and dramatic business narrative. Jeff Cox (Murrysville, PA) is a creative writer known for weaving progressive business concepts into compelling fiction. He is the coauthor of such business bestsellers as The Goal, Zapp!, and Heroz. Dan Paul (Pittsburgh, PA) is CEO of General Management Technologies, a consulting practice which focuses on the alignment of clients' strategies, work processes, and culture in order to target all the functions of a business on the same priorities. Formerly with General Electric, he's worked with many high-profile clients and spoken at many conferences on strategic management for Business Week and the American Management Association.
Why Lifestyle is the Culprit Behind America's Poor Health and how Transforming that Lifestyle Can be the Cure
Author: Steven G. Aldana
Publisher: Maple Mountain Press
Category: Health & Fitness
This book presents a wealth of evidence that reveals how a healthy diet, exercise, and other healthy lifestyles can impact life-span and the risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other chronic diseases. It provides easy-to-follow guidelines that will help individuals begin and maintain a healthy lifestyle for life. No infomercials here, just the facts from an authority who knows.
The story begins where it will end. A woman is laying dead in a Chicago town house, a mysterious man standing over her body. The man is a Vampire and he tells this story with the intimate details of one who has lived it. He is the hero of the story. We never learn his name. Vampires have evolved a governing body and social order over the long centuries since they came to live on this earth. Now The Kind, as the Vampire's call themselves, are threatened with a virus. It has risen out of nowhere and a human Doctor, Kristin Dunbar, is the key to the Kind's survival. She has a cure that the Kind needs. It is the cure for AIDS. The man and his lover Monroe, are assigned to watch over the human doctor and snatch the cure for use by the Kind. However, things go terribly wrong and he must face a formidable enemy alone in order to save his beloved Monroe. He is too late and Monroe is dead. Now, utterly alone, he takes his revenge, and finds himself standing over the dead woman. With her death the story ends...or does it?
Both witty and thought-provoking, this book offers a colorful history of one man's experience in the psychiatric profession. Observations and insights about particular cases, conditions, and aspects of the field abound in this highly enjoyable book.
This is a story about a woman who, in the prime of her life, is diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called scleroderma. Doris, an upbeat and optimistic person, always looked on the bright side of life. That was about to change. A strange and mysterious disease was waiting to wreak havoc with her life. Nothing prepared her for this life-altering experience. Follow her courageous journey in dealing with an autoimmune disease and sifting through the maze of doctors and treatments.
How far would you go to lose weight and feel sexy? Is it worth your life? Restore Tabs are sweeping the nation. This miracle drug not only helps women lose weight and feel better, it also increases their sex drive. Restore Tabs are a feminine version of Viagra, and best of all, they’re all-natural. Pioneering herb company Ecolabs sees the pills as the next St. John’s wort, the next ginseng, the next echinacea, and is pulling out all the stops to push the pills on the public. Steve McClaren is a handsome young doctor who is Ecolabs’ chief spokesperson, and he prescribes their products to many of his patients. But suddenly many of his female patients are getting terribly sick, and he’s struggling to find out why. When all signs point to Restore Tabs, McClaren quickly works to find the truth, while staying just one step ahead of someone who apparently wants him dead. The author of the New York Times bestseller The Unborn and The Center, Shobin returns with another terrifying medical thriller, ripped from today’s headlines.
In the 70s, a small group of men were engaged in a covert operation in Africa. At the end of the operation a decision was made to bring some refugees to the states. Time has passed and one of the little girls has become a very popular prostitute on the streets of LA. She has been murdered and routine blood tests has revealed that not only was she disease free but her blood could contain a cure for AIDS and several other diseases. During the routine process of disposing of the remains, she is cremated and the extra blood is destroyed. A search begins for her family. The search involves the LAPD, they bring in ICE and they bring in the DOD and the CIA. This is no simple missing person case. The last surviving member of the original mission is required to go to Africa. Our story follows a simple school teacher who has to take a leave of absence to try to find the cure for AIDS.
Winters breathes new life into history once again with an atmospheric, vividly real story that includes archival photos and art from the period. Olivia Mead is a headstrong, independent girl a suffragist in an age that prefers its females to be docile. It's 1900 in Oregon, and Olivia's father, concerned that she's headed for trouble, convinces a stage mesmerist to try to hypnotize the rebellion out of her. But the hypnotist, an intriguing young man named Henri Reverie, gives her a terrible gift instead: she's able to see people's true natures, manifesting as visions of darkness and goodness, while also unable to speak her true thoughts out loud. These supernatural challenges only make Olivia more determined to speak her mind, and so she's drawn into a dangerous relationship with the hypnotist and his mysterious motives, all while secretly fighting for the rights of women.