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Still By Your Side is a guide for women in Canada with recurrent ovarian cancer.
This booklet covers drug therapy and side effects of leukemia, Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, myeloma, and other blood cancer treatments. Topics include: Types of Drugs • Drug Resistance • Effects on Normal Cells Methods of Drug Administration Physical Side Effects of Drug Therapy Effects on t…
This book represents comprehensive coverage of change management concepts - Individual Change Management, Organizational Change Management and Change Competency.
Table of Contents: ; 1. Radiation Dermatitis -- 2. Hair Loss -- 3. Radiation Brain Injury -- 4. Radiation Orbital Toxicity -- 5. Ear Toxicity -- 6. Oral Mucositis -- 7. Xerostomia -- 8. Loss of Taste -- 9. Laryngeal Edema -- 10. Radiation Pneumonitis -- 11. Pericarditis -- 12. Esophagitis -- 13. R…
Surveys a range of available coping strategies, both physical (e.g., medications) and psychological (e.g., support groups).
Contents: What is grief -- How to gauge your grief -- Chaos and ritual -- Standing in your tension -- The experience of emotions in grief -- Gender Differences -- Healing through action: the masculine gift -- Our own culture -- Cross-culture grief -- The basics.
A blend of folklore, cross-cultural analysis, and clinical advice will help both men and women understand the specific context and needs of grieving men.
Table of contents: ; The Role of Complementary Medicine and Cancer Treatment -- Communicating with Your Medical Team -- How To Use This Book -- Descriptions of Complementary Medicine Therapies -- Aromatherapy -- Chinese Medicine and Acupressure -- Herbal Teas -- Homeopathy -- Massage -- Nutrition…
The complexity of the human brain is presented in a way that is precise, accurate and easily understood.
This book, designed for primary age school children, is about personal space and boundaries around who and where different people can touch you, and the feelings surrounding good and bad types of touches.
Contents include: What's inside you? Why do people eat? What makes you ill? Where do babies come from? Why are people different?
This book shows how to provide culturally responsive services that support the values of the people receiving them. Through the stories of people with diverse ethnic and class backgrounds, the text explores cultural differences in values such as decision making, self-reliance, reponsibility, privac…
Explains in simple language the importance of keeping our bodies clean and wearing clean clothes.
What is safety? Chapters include: Your amazing body; Private parts; Good touches; Bad touches; Saying "no"; Tell an adult; Secrets; Tricky people; Other kinds of bothering; Bullies; Dealing with problems; You can stay safe; Safety tips.
Breastfeeding mothers and health caregivers from First Nations communities across Ontario share their personal experiences and valuable "how-to" information about breastfeeding. They represent diverse communities and reasons for choosing breastfeeding as the best choice for their children and thems…
This book uses Family-Based Treatment based on the Maudsley approach to recommend a feeding strategy to parents of anorexic teenagers. It offers practical ideas as well as a large range of recipes.
Written in both text and braille. Suggested project outline for beginning gardeners on how to sprout seeds, turn soil, plant, and care for the results.