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Echo Made Easy

Echo Made Easy

by Atul Luthra
274 Pages · 2015 · 21 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Natural Cures “They” Don’t Want You To Know About
by Kevin Trudeau
572 Pages · 2006 · 3  MB · 1,420 Downloads · New!
Natural Cures “They” Don’t Want You To Know About is the medicine, herbal remedies and naturopathy guide which tells the natural ways of healing our body from various diseases. Kevin Trudeau is the author of this superb book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Millions of people already changed their life by working on the strategies mentioned in the book. He was a student of medicine when he decided to write down his thesis on herbal medicines. Kevin reveals several awkward truths of medicine that we use in our life to deal with pain, headache, heart disease, diabetes, blood pressure, and sugar, etc. Whenever we visited the doctor, they gave us some pills which give us instant relief from the pain and we are happy.
A Mind of Your Own
by Kelly Brogan
352 Pages · 2016 · 2  MB · 4,267 Downloads · New!
A Mind of Your Own is the women-help, meditation, healing and self-help book which shares the useful techniques to heal your body. Kelly Brogan and Kristin Loberg are the prominent characters of the story. Kelly Brogan is the bestselling author in the New York Times and she helps thousands of women to change their life. Kristin is the international bestseller and this book is awarded as the top wellness and health book in 2016. According to authors, depression is a symptom, not a disease. The patients of depression increase every year and especially women.
by Henry Marsh
288 Pages · 2017 · 1 MB · 2,838 Downloads · New!
Admissions is an amazing biography, medical and memoir book which shares the challenges and experience of living a life as a neurosurgeon. Henry Marsh is the author of this delightful book. He has spent almost forty years of his life in this field and he does not have an ordinary life as compared to other doctors. Henry Marsh wanted to a doctor from his childhood but he never dreams of becoming a brain surgeon. He was good in studies and understanding the major concepts of the human body. These things give him an extra edge to fulfil his dream. He was very happy to get the admission in the university and after five years his professional life begins.
Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple
by Stephen Goldberg
90 Pages · 2014 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple is the anatomy, medical and neurosciences guide which helps the students and experts to learn the easy processes of clinical neuroanatomy. Stephen Goldberg is the author of this remarkable book. It is a highly professional and well-organized book in different chapters one by one. The book contains a brief introduction about the neuroanatomy and how it linked with the clinical. Every chapter provides the full details in easy and understandable patter. The student can easily clear the concepts about clinical cases and further it also provides the clinical notes. There are exercises which contain the review questions along with clinical problem-solving. To visualize ideas better author shares the hundreds of illustrations, colour photographs, and diagnostic images. The latest information is added to the different parts of the brain and its functioning. A student will find out the most significant points in clinical neuroanatomy with case presentations, humour and mnemonics. Study the brain functioning of the brain under 3D animated rotations. There are tutorials mention which explains how things work in reality. Learn how to localize the injuries which are linked with neurologic. This is the updated new version from the author which also contain a complete chapter on neurotransmitters.
Identity Theft
by Debra E. Meyerson
288 Pages · 2019 · 2.2 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Identity Theft is the biography, strokes, physical impairments, medicine and psychology book which shares multiple techniques of recovering from physical injuries. Debra E. Meyerson is the author of this fascinating book. In 2010, Debra suffered from a severe stroke and she was a professor at Stanford University. Her body badly damaged by this stroke and she lost the movement of her one leg, one arm and even worse she lost her ability to communicate with others. She was the proficient personality in the Stanford University who is known as an athlete, speaker, writer, wife, and a mother. After the stroke, all things went from her and she finds herself trapped in the broken body. She cannot speak from anyone and her tongue is not ready to speak a single word. Debra did not allow her fear to destroy her will power and she came back even more strongly. She heals her body to move and speak in a magnificent way. There are a few questions that help Debra to rebuild her life after losing her physical abilities. Who am I now, how I can build a meaningful life and regain my abilities, relationships, career, and a job which I have before. This is a wonderful book to read for everyone especially for those who suffered from physical traumas.
by Sam Quinones
400 Pages · 2016 · 2  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Dreamland is the government, organized crime, social policy and study of medicine book which tells about the several events that happened near the Mexican border. Sam Quinones is the author of this magnificent book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Sam is a storyteller, author, and journalist. This book won several awards and a lot of respect for Sam. In 1929, a company build a swimming pole in Ohio. The swimming pool was the size of the football field and name it Dreamland. Dreamland becomes the most visited place for adults and kids. Nobody wanted to go from there and the people are different cities come here to enjoy it. It covers the hundreds of nearby suburban towns and everyone is happy to arrive here. After seven decades, the things become to change in America due to Mexico. These two countries did not like the policies of each other and it’s very difficult for the citizens on both sides to live with their freedom. The Mexico is becoming the hub of drugs and drug lords are the only one who rule there. They got the men power and government hesitate to take any strong decision against them. Further, Sam Quinonesintroduces the characters like narcotics, survivors, entrepreneurs and parents.