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The Breastfeeding Mother’s Guide to Making More Milk

The Breastfeeding Mother’s Guide to Making More Milk by Diana West and Lisa Marasco While I’m not at all happy that I have personal reason to need this book right now, I am really thrilled to have found it. West … Continue reading

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The Vaccine Book

The Vaccine Book by Dr. Robert Sears Many parents I know are concerned about vaccines. For the most part, unbiased information about them is really tough to find. On the one side, people who claim that vaccines cause autism and … Continue reading

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Body, Breath and Being

Body, Breath and Being: A New Guide to the Alexander Technique by Carolyn Nichols I’ve studied the Alexander Technique myself for over a decade now, and credit it for pulling me out of chronic tendinitis in my wrists and keeping … Continue reading

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Natural Health for Kids

I finally got around to reading this after noticing it on the new book cart a couple of years ago… Natural Health for Kids by Sarah Wilson Parent and health journalist Wilson talks about combing standard and complementary health care … Continue reading

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An American Plague

An American Plague by Jim Murphy This is, as the subtitle says, the true and terrifying story of the yellow fever epidemic of 1793. Over the course of a few short months, the population of Philadelphia, then the capital of … Continue reading

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Protected: the view from down under

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Protected: Cousins

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Protected: Australia

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How Doctors Think

How Doctors Think by Jerome GroopmanDoctors think fast. Sometimes they are right, sometimes they are scarily wrong. And the methods that doctors who make correct diagnoses even in tricky cases are not the methods that medical students are taught to … Continue reading

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Protected: update from the trenches

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