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Mirroring People

Mirroring People

by Marco Iacoboni
336 Pages · 2009 · 1 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration
by Weston A. Price
534 Pages · 2003 · 6  MB · 3,500 Downloads · New!
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration is the physiology, health, nutrition and anatomy book that describes the benefits of adopting modern diets to improve the physical and emotional health. Weston A. Price is the guy behind this fascinating book. This is the updated sixth edition of the book that covers the latest diet plans based on both nutrition and science. Today, we are living in a modern world where everything is linked to science. This book discusses the effects of their different diet plans on our bodies in terms of science. We all wanted to live a healthy, optimize and happier life.
by James Nestor
304 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 1,945 Downloads · New!
The “Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art” is a self-help book which reveals how to improve our life. James Nestor is the author of this book. James is a journalist who has written for Outside Magazine, Men’s Journal, The Atlantic, National Public Radio, and more. In this book, James talks about breathing. He provides a deeper and broader look at how we breathe and reveals the remarkable story of how we began doing it wrong. With the help of this book, you will learn how to improve your breathing. Nestor talks about how disease and general ill-health arise from our inefficient breaths, and takes us on an evolutionary journey, as it explains how our modern life has changed the shape of our mouths and thus our breathing.
Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy
by Bret Contreras
212 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 2,017 Downloads · New!
The “Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy” is an outstanding book that reveals how to build mass and burn fat. Bret Contreras is the author of this wonderful book. Bret Contreras has become known in the strength and conditioning industry as the Glute Guy because of his expertise in helping clients develop strong and shapely glutes. In 2015, he hold his Ph.D. in sport science from the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. His book engages all the reader from the first line to the end of the line. In Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy, Bret Contreras tells about the gym.
The Language of Medicine
by Davi-Ellen Chabner
1041 Pages · 2013 · 93 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Language of Medicine is the anatomy, physiology and medical book which contains the different case studies to demonstrate the medical terms. Davi-Ellen Chabner is the author of this stunning book. This book full-color case studies and practical exercises which shows how to use these medical terms in daily routine. While working on beyond provides level you can generate the word games, videos, animations, flash cards and much more. It improves your confidence and you will able to communicate better with the other. All the terminologies which are discussed are easy to understand and implement. Anyone can understand even if you have no background or little knowledge about it. There is the enormous practical application like operative and diagnostic tests, case reports, x-ray reports and laboratory which offers the perfect use of medical terminologies. It focuses to learn the things in an effective way such labeling diagrams, review sheets, and pronunciation tests. The book includes the full-color illustrations of different medical subjects such as pathology, anatomy, and physiology. You will notice comprehensive appendices and glossaries they are used as quick references which helps you in the job or classroom. It promotes the concept of critical thinking which allows you to think as the patient perspective about his disease. All the difficult procedures and terms are listed in images and photos.
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.
Human Anatomy & Physiology
by Elaine N. Marieb& Katja Hoehn
1264 Pages · 2015 · 198 MB · 2 Downloads · New!
Human Anatomy & Physiology is the anatomy, education and psychology book which teaches each and everything to students to learn about A & P. Elaine N. Marieb and Katja Hoehn are the authors of this magnificent book. Human anatomy and physiology has changed the thinking of people. It brings career opportunities for over three million people in the world. This is an amazing book by the authors to support and motivate learners from beginning to expert. It provides all the latest knowledge which is up to date. Every chapter contains something new to make you smarter in A&P. The students will learn about clinical scenarios and how to apply them in practice. How to sharp problem-solving skills and critical thinking which are necessary to make your debut in allied health, exercise and nursing programs. This book is written in conversational, engaging with easy to fallow figures. It does not only help the students but also for instructors to focus on the key point. All the functionalities and concept are explained briefly with pictures and illustrations to understand everything clearly. This is the revised edition of the previous book which provides the information in a more understandable pattern.