Books...the new therapy
Issues of divorce, loss, and illness are effectively addressed by four books designed to help families talk. Four families comment on 'Sarah and Puffle' by Linnea Mulder; Jonathan London's 'The Lion Who Had Asthma'; 'Help is on the Way: A Child's Book about ADD' by Marc Memiroff and Jan Annunziata; and Fred Rogers' 'Let's Talk About It: Divorce'.
Publication Name: Child
Bury these books!
Diet books that advocate a no sugar and low-carbohydrate diets do not fully represent the danger of fat as a risk factor, especially for people with serious cardiac diseases. These books sell because they provide short-term results which do not prevent from the return of excess weight.
Publication Name: Weight Watchers Magazine
Two fiction and two non-fiction books are reviewed, including: 'After All These Years,' by Susan Isaacs; 'A River Sutra,' by Gita Mehta; 'Dead Man Walking,' by Helen Prejean and 'The Modern Man's Guide to Modern Women,' by Denis Boyles.
Publication Name: Glamour
- Abstracts: Hyperbaric-oxygen therapy. Diuretic therapy. Drug therapy for alcohol dependence
- Abstracts: AAVant-garde gene therapy. Acromegaly
- Abstracts: What's new about practice management systems. Why rural practice? Health in practice
- Abstracts: Managing the morning rush. Just drop it. Saturday morning just got smarter