People With MS and the Courage to Give
by Jackie Waldman
Publisher: Booktrope 2009
Inspiring stories from people who have moved past the challenges of the disease to give back to their communities. The people and their stories are diverse. They have two things in common: they are people living with MS, and they are people who are reaching out to the greater world around them.
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by Barbara D. Webster - The Johns Hopkins University Press
This incredibly personal book deals with the attempts of a young multiple sclerosis patient to come to terms with her disease. If you have a chronic disease, or want to know more about the American culture of illness, this is a must read book.
- Royal College of Physicians
This guideline applies to people with a working diagnosis of osteoarthritis who present for treatment or whose activities are significantly affected by their osteoarthritis. The management of neck or back pain are not part of this guideline.
by Ted A. Grossbart, Carl Sherman - Health Press NA
If you have brought your persistent eczema, your psoriasis or other distressing skin ailment to specialists, and if all the medications have failed to help, you must wonder if there is something else -- and ardently hope that there is.
by Horacio Fabrega, Jr. - University of California Press
Looking at human sickness and healing through the lens of evolutionary theory, the author presents the need to show and communicate sickness and to seek and provide healing as innate biological traits grounded in evolution.