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For the first time in decades of groundbreaking research, the inventor of the 10,000-hour rule explains his techniques for developing mastery of any skill ; We live in a world full of people with extraordinary abilities. Consider what Roger Federer can do with a tennis ball, or Connor McDavid with …
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a metered dose inhaler for asthma treatment; includes cleaning instructions.
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a spacer with mask and a metered dose inhaler (puffer) as well as cleaning instructions.
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a spacer with mouthpiece and a metered dose inhaler (puffer) for asthma treatment; includes cleaning instructions.
Comic book featuring Medikidz, superhero experts on health and illness. Explains why people need insulin, and how blood glucose meters help people with diabetes track blood glucose levels.
The Lean method -- Capacity, backlogs, and scheduling -- Simple patient-flow examples -- Call center: a success story -- Outpatient laboratory: a success story -- Back pain clinic: a success story -- Women’s center: a success story -- The Lean general hospital -- Emergency department -- Laboratorie…
Introduction ; Identification of abnormal B-cell populations ; Identification of abnormal T-cell populations ; Antigen expression during myeloid and lymphoid differentiation ; Identification of blasts ; Immunophenotypic features of dyspoiesis in maturing myeloid and monocytic neoplasms ; Flow cytom…
The purpose of this research was to examine hindlimb blood flow and oxygen supply in the late-gestation fetal lamb under normal and pathophysiological conditions. Although the carcass, or non-visceral tissue, accounts for a large proportion of fetal weight and oxygen demand, it has received little …
In this activity book on feelings, Kim, Vanessa and Carlos learn to cope with their feelings about Carlos moving away. They learn that even friends get mad and sometimes sad. All feelings are OK and it helps to express them. Each emotion is related to the corresponding physical experience and facia…
Introduces teeth, describing how many we have at various stages of life, why they fall out, and what they do.
Though it takes much concentration and will for her to accomplish each task, a little girl with Down syndrome is happy to have many loving helpers along the way.
Provides solutions to stop or reduce drooling by building oral awareness, learning fundamental swallowing techniques, lip exercises, and giving guidelines for motivation and habituation.
Discover how a baby forms inside its mother. Lift the flaps on the pages to see how the baby changes as it grows.
The complexity of the human brain is presented in a way that is precise, accurate and easily understood.
A colourful book answering questions about the body such as: How do fingers work? Where does food go? How many bones do we have? And what holds the skeleton together? Includes a glossary of 'Body Words'.
Provides information to help your child to walk using crutches on flat surfaces and up and down stairs.
Illustrated step-by-step instructions on the proper way to wash and rub your hands to stop the spread of germs that can cause infection.
Teaches students how to deal with bullying in a safe and nonviolent manner with these highly effective prevention and intervention strategies. Through easy to implement activities, stories, discussions and reproducible, victims and bystanders learn the pro-social skills needed to effectively handle…