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Book Review: What To Expect When You’re Expecting

What To Expect When You’re Expecting, by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel One of the hazards of choosing certain book reading challenges to do is that one ends up reading the sort of books that lead people to ask questions … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cribsheet

Cribsheet:  A Data-Driven Guide To Better, More Relaxed Parenting, From Birth To Preschool, by Emily Oster One of the most notable things that this book reveals, perhaps to the disadvantage of the author, is that in many aspects of parenting … Continue reading

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Book Review: Arthritis Sourcebook

Arthritis Sourcebook, edited by Amy L. Sutton If you wanted to read a book that was a mile wide and six inches deep when it came to the question of arthritis in all of its many facets, this book is … Continue reading

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Book Review: The 28-Day Gout Diet Plan

The 28-Day Gout Diet Plan:  The Optimal Nutrition Guide To Manage Gout, by Sophia Kamveris It may be a bit bold, if not presumptuous, of me to say so, but this book is not an optimal nutrition guide when it … Continue reading

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Book Review: Immunity Unlocked

Immunity Unlocked:  Releasing The Healing Potential Of Sterol 117:  The Plant Sterol Solution, by Jack Davidson and Alan Fergusson It is hard to be fair to a book like this.  If one has ever been a music journalist, for example, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Death In The Pot

Death In The Pot:  The Impact Of Food Poisoning On History, by Morton Satin There is a surprisingly large amount of importance that food poisoning has on the course of history, and this author demonstrates that there is a highly … Continue reading

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An Age Of Inflammation

One of the characteristics of this age, whether we are looking at the health of people or of society as a whole, is the problem of inflammation.  If this is not something we tend to think about often, it is … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do

13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do, written and read by Amy Morin I’m not sure that in retrospect it was a good idea for the author to read her own book.  One of the things that one gets out … Continue reading

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The Right To Refuse

Over the past few months Oregon has gotten in the news for a variety of reasons relating to the highly contested boundaries between the state’s right to enforce its own views of public health and the right of parents to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Late-Talking Children

Late-Talking Children, by Thomas Sowell This particular book is a deeply interesting one when it comes to the issue of learning disabilities, as Sowell talks about his own son and other people (mostly boys) that he had known, as well … Continue reading

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