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Ms. M. Considine

Ms. M. Considine Ireland Member Since 2010

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  • "stress will kill"

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    Written by a doctor, this book is complex but compelling. Mate convinced me to make changes to how I lived and gave me some insight into my own health problems. Recommend for auto-immune disease sufferers who want to make life changes.

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    When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress

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    • By Gabor Maté
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    In When the Body Says No, physician and writer Gabor Maté explores the mind-body link and the connection between stress and disease. Can a person literally die of loneliness? Is there a relationship between the ability to express emotions and Alzheimer's disease? Is there such a thing as a "cancer personality?" Drawing on scientific research and years of experience as a practicing physician, Maté provides answers to these and other important questions.

    Ms. M. Considine says: "stress will kill"
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  • The Autism Revolution: Whole-Body Strategies for Making Life All It Can Be

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    This is by no means an easy guide for parents, I would recommend 'diet intervention and autism' by Marilyn Le Breton for that which is a straight forward practical guide. However I listened to this audio book 3 or 4 times and it has helped me immensely. My son was only diagnosed 1 year ago and since implementing a GFCFSF diet and gaining insight and tips from this book as well as a book called 'Health nutrition secrets' by Dr Russell Blaylock, his and my life has improved dramatically. I don't usually spend/have the time to write reviews, but I felt the need to share this information in the hope that I might sway another parent to try this out... there is absolutely no harm in trying this. Don't take my word for it, if you haven't already done so watch 'Autism Made in America' and or 'Dr Blaylock Vaccines and Autism' both available on youtube. Hope this helps...Good luck!

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  • "A Fascinating Journey of Oddities"

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    Michael Brooks has taken 13 widespread areas of science with large pitfalls for the armchair scientist (or interested layperson) and given a fair and honest account of those problems where science doesn't (currently!) quite work. Fascinating subjects such as the origin of death and the beginning of life are covered in both history and science, giving fantastic insight to those looking to expand their base of scientific knowledge. Along the way, Brooks manages to inspire the purest scientific notions into subjects such as Homoeopathy, traditionally almost a 'dirty word' with scientists, reminding us that science explores and understands, and must change if met with reasonable doubt, even if the changes can be unpleasant.

    Overall, a fascinating book with some very interesting and thought provoking moments that may cause you to ask fundamental questions about life, the universe and everything. Expect to take a little time to process the information; this book isn't one to fall asleep to. This audiobook also has a clear narration, and was a pleasure to listen to.

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    Almost 20 billion times each year, a person walks into a doctor's office.The person becomes a patient. Everyone becomes this patient at some point. How will you talk to your physicians? What will you tell them? What will they tell you in return? They can't tell you what they don't know. They can tell you when they don't know. Will they? What Doctors Cannot Tell You explores the uncertainty that pervades medicine. It breaks the code of silence within which too many physician-patient conversations take place.

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    Within the chapters of this audiobook, I address this emotional symptom of an underactive thyroid gland, including descriptions of how it manifests and how hypothyroid patients can deal with it and have it treated successfully to regain an improved quality of life. I will also include medical research study quotes, found on the U.S. National Insitutes of Health medical research information website (PubMed), which allows reprints for public education purposes.

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  • Effective Ways to Control Hypothyroidism: Maintaining Thyroid Health (






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    Some people are suffering from hypothyroidism and don't even realize that they have it. All they know is that they feel tired all the time and maybe it's just the way they are. Others might suspect they have it but are not sure. In either case, the book Effective Ways To Control Hypothyroidism: Maintaining Thyroid Health goes into detail on what hypothyroidism is so that you can be aware of its symptoms and how to treat it.

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    Most of us know that the body is connected. What happens in what part of the body can affect another part; however, most of us don't always understand how this happens and what the true impact is. Take the connection between the thyroid and the adrenal glands.

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    Providing an excellent setting for addressing health concerns is the workplace of which industrial/organizational (I/O) psychologists have much to contribute in this area. Presented will be five models for addressing health concerns in the workplace along with the recommendation of making use of the broader systems approach. From the time of the late 1970s to the early 1990s little would change in this regard yet within this article will be a discussion of workplace health concerns and the potential areas I/O psychologists can contribute to these concerns.

  • Interesnye fakty o cheloveke, ili Vse, chto vy ne znali o sebe: [The Interesting Cacts about Man: All you don't know About Yourself] (






UNABRIDGED) by Kevin Levinson Narrated by Irina Soloviev
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    Interesnye fakty o cheloveke, ili Vse, chto vy ne znali o sebe: [The Interesting Cacts about Man: All you don't know About Yourself]

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    Ot chego zavisit cvet glaz? Kakie narody ne ljubjat celovat'sja? Chto takoe vesnushki? Otvety na jeti i drugie voprosy vy najdete v knige «Interesnye fakty o cheloveke, ili Vsjo, chto vy ne znali o sebe»! Vy uznaete mnogo neobychnogo o sobstvennom organizme. Pojmete, pochemu nekotorye ljudi nas privlekajut, a drugie, naoborot, ottalkivajut. I vyjasnite, zachem cheloveku nuzhna lozh'. Prijatnogo proslushivanija!