GUNS, EX-CONS AND POLICE INCARCERATION... Sounds more like something that would happen in an action movie than on a date. But as these TRUE stories show, dating can be dangerous, shocking and most of all, FUNNY. So find yourself a seat and get ready to laugh, cry and shake your head in disbelief. And if you're thinking about dating, get yourself some pepper spray--you'll need it!
Diabetic Recipes [Second Edition] Diabetic Meal Plans for a Healthy Diabetic Diet and Lifestyle for All Ages ------- Now [Second Edition], with the following changes: * New introduction - 477 words. * New content: Multiple recipes - over 3700 words. * Improved formatting and editing ------- It may be that you have recently been diagnosed with diabetes, or perhaps you have been diabetic for many years, either way, you may be tired of not eating like you used to, or perhaps have been looking for decent meal ideas, but simply can't find any. Have you been looking for diabetic desserts recipes? Diabetic chicken recipes? Diabetic cake recipes? Diabetic recipes for dinner? Without much success? Well, this short Kindle book can help. Contained within its pages is helpful advice on cooking diabetic recipes, easy. Plenty of delicious recipes are contained, from entrees, soup and side dishes, to breakfast and desserts. Healthy diabetic recipes, like baked Winter Squash, and delicious treats, like baked apple pancakes -- adopted to be a safe diabetes recipe.
Technology & Engineering by Marion Eugene Ensminger
Foods and Nutrition Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition is the updated, expanded version of what has been described as a "monumental, classic work." This new edition contains more than 2,400 pages; 1,692 illustrations, 96 of which are full-color photographs; 2,800 entries (topics); and 462 tables, including a table of 2,500 food compositions. A comprehensive index enables you to find information quickly and easily.
Discover how raising your own meat goats can be a fun and profitable endeavor. Offering plenty of tips for creating an economically viable operation and identifying niche markets for your products, Storey’s Guide to Raising Meat Goats shows you how to care for a thriving and productive herd full of healthy and happy animals.
Things haven't been going well at the Riverside Adolescent Psychiatric Center, and they're about to get worse. When Norman Chase opened a treatment center for troubled teens and started billing insurance companies for pills and talk, he was convinced he'd found the perfect business. For fifteen years his little hospital had been spitting out cash like a giant ATM, transforming Norman from a down-on-his-luck drug salesman in an aging Chevy to a multimillionaire CEO in a Ferrari. There were only two small problems: his patients and his staff. Welcome to "the Loony Bin," where everyone is yearning to escape, and three young patients are putting the finishing touches on a plot to relieve Norman of some of his wealth. With the click of a camera shutter they set their plan in motion, with hilariously unpredictable results. Set in Richmond and Williamsburg, Virginia, and Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, "The Loony Bin Blues" is the story of a crime-gone-wrong that turns out to be just the therapy its young perpetrators and their victim need.
Deliver quality healthcare in the most challenging field conditions Comprehensive yet compact, practical, and enduring, Improvised Medicine: Providing Care in Extreme Environments, Second Edition, is the one book to toss into your bag when going to practice medicine in global, disaster, or other resource-poor settings, including theaters of war, regions of civil unrest, and economically deprived areas. Full of practical clinical pearls and field-tested strategies, this indispensable guide provides detailed instructions on how to work successfully outside of your comfort zone. It demonstrates how to devise effective treatment solutions when the traditional tools (medications, equipment, and staff) are unavailable or when providing care outside your primary area of expertise. In any crisis, from power failures and computer crashes to floods, tsunamis, and earthquakes, knowing how to deal with the unique challenges encountered saves lives and communities. This reference gives you that knowledge and inspires innovative crisis resolution. FROM REVIEWS OF THE FIRST EDITION: "Dr Iserson has given us a most remarkable book. Many readers may be familiar with David Werner's lay healthworker book, Where There Is No Doctor; this new volume could be titled Where There Is a Doctor–But No Stuff. Drawing from his experience providing care in international, wilderness, and disaster settings, he has compiled an impressive collection of bare-bones equipment and work-around strategies to provide the best possible care in resource-poor settings. While presenting many creative examples, the purpose of the book is not to offer an exhaustive list of solutions to missing resource challenges but to inspire creativity in readers who may find themselves needing to improvise." -- Family Medicine “There is a lot of material here and, if nothing else, it may motivate more people to practice low-tech medicine and be willing to go where health care is dependent more on caring than on cost. I recommend this book to anyone who must practice in austere environments, and it will be in my rucksack when I respond to the next disaster.” – The Journal of Emergency Medicine FEATURES: ·Simple-to-follow directions, diagrams, and illustrations describing practical techniques and improvised equipment necessary to provide quality care during crises ·Contains improvisations in anesthesia and airway management, dentistry, gynecology/obstetrics, infectious disease/laboratory diagnosis, internal medicine, otolaryngology, pediatrics and malnutrition, orthopedics, psychiatry, and surgery·Covers situational analysis and basic needs in a crisis; specific triage, diagnosis, and stabilization efforts; medical interventions for surgical and non-surgical problems; and debunks some commonly reported improvised techniques ·Features public health measures, basic disaster communication techniques, post-disaster forensics, a model hospital disaster plan, and innovative patient-transport methods·New to the second edition: More concisely written, more extensively illustrated, and updated improvisations and references LEARN HOW TO:·Make an endotracheal tube in seconds ·Perform digital-oral and blind-nasotracheal intubations ·Make plaster bandages for splints/casts ·Give open-drop ether, ketamine drips, and halothane ·Use subcutaneous/intraperitoneal rehydration/transfusion ·Make ORS and standard nutrition formulas ·Clean, disinfect, and sterilize equipment for reuse ·Warm blood units in seconds inexpensively ·Take/view stereoscopic x-rays with standard equipment ·Quickly and easily stop postpartum hemorrhage ·Fashion surgical equipment from common items ·Build an evaporative refrigerator·Make esophageal and precordial stethoscopes ·Quickly improvise a saline lock ·Make ECG electrode/defibrillator pads and ultrasound gel·Evacuate patients easily from high-rise hospitals
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