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Relates the gripping story of a major public health effort diverted and distorted for private gain
How to Win a Tickle Fight is a true story that follows one young father, Brock, and his family for two years as they strive to live full, meaningful lives despite the metastatic cancer diagnosis they are navigating. Brock desperately wants to leave a legacy for his 7 year old son and be remembered …
The Champ Resource Kit features inspirational videos about Champs and their families who have benefitted from the special programs offered through The War Amps. The Champs share their own stories about the importance of achieving their dreams and finding success on the road to independence.
In this book, Donna Dale Carnegie, daughter of the late motivational author and teacher Dale Carnegie, provides advice to teenage girls on how to influence friends in a positive manner. It covers such topics as peer pressure, gossip, popularity and relationships with boys. By teaching skills and te…
Always entertaining, often surprising, and immensely practical, this book draws on a wealth of examples in order to propose a new paradigm for decision making in synch with the way we have to operate in the real world. The author's smart and perceptive analysis of research provides fresh, and often…
This book speaks to teens in a way that acknowledges their feelings, promotes discussion and offers hope
Patient survivor "Marcel DeRoy" shown speaking with Maureen Berard. ; Dr. Gordon Phillips; Dr. Allen Eaves; Dr. John Shepherd; Dr. Donna Reece; Joan Russell and Lori Earl.
About one in every ten women of childbearing age has PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome), and PCOS is the most common cause of female infertility. PCOS authorities and sufferers Colette Harris and Theresa Cheung empower readers to take control of their bodies and beat naturally, the often embarrassing…
This book offers tips for parents on how to transition kids from a fat-laden, sugar-sweet diet to a natural, nutritious way of eating. It includes topics such as: parental attitudes towards food; what's good and what's bad for a growing child;
nutritious recipes and food plans for families; healthy…
This book addresses fertility and cancer in a comprehensive, prescriptive way, explaining which cancers and treatments affect fertility and presenting a wide range of family-building options.
Explains not only how to prevent bullying but also how to intervene should it happen, as well as overcome the culture that breeds it. Offers effective, easy-to-implement strategies that range from preventive to prescriptive.
Fuzzy the sheep does not want his mother to leave his side, but she finds a way to help him feel more secure about her absence.
A practical workbook with questions and projects at the end of each chapter. It is not especially about cancer, but includes a wide range of people and experiences.