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“a voyeuristic journey of discovery that is riveting and unforgettable.”

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that in 2016, more than 64,000 Americans died from accidental opioid overdose.

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As early as Hippocrates (c. 460 BCE–c. 370 CE), flummox and fascination have propelled the quest to understand the relationship between mind and body.

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The Teenage Brain is a valuable resource for parents, youth workers, educators, and anyone involved with teens in any way.

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“Thoughts about personalized medicine are like gambling at a casino. We anticipate being winners or we wouldn’t go.”

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“Caution: Reading this book will make your blood pressure rise and launch you on the warpath—directly to your legislator’s front steps.”

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David Goldhill’s thought provoking examination of the U.S. health care industry is informed by his keen business perspective.

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“. . . a very credible argument for collaboration between disciplines . . . entertaining and beautifully written . . .”

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“As the AIDS epidemic enters its fourth decade, AIDS-related deaths have stabilized in most regions of the world, except for Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

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“Funny, informative, and irreverent, Me, My Cells, and I is perfect bedtime reading for a recently diagnosed prostate cancer patient—no matter what stage of disease is involved.”

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“The Healthcare Cure is concerned with ‘paying health insurance claims,’ while the rest of the world is focused on improving care.”

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“The Enlightened Brain is beneficial for anyone who feels stuck in a forest of imbalance and wants to ‘cut a path to a better place,’ as Dr. Hanson says.

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“In order to dramatically illustrate the effectiveness of the malaria campaign, Mr.

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“People who read this fascinating and eye-opening book will never think about concussions and head injuries in the same old way.”

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This first book in a planned series of children’s books targets a very precise audience. The Hospital Critterz series was created for ill and hospitalized children and their families.