Dr. Bob's Men's Health: The Basics

Front Cover
Drugless Doctor LLC, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 266 pages
0 Reviews
Dr. Bob's Men's Health is for men who want simple, honest answers to their basic health questions. In today's culture, women tend to make the majority of the health-care decisions for their families while men tend to avoid seeking care, oftentimes, until the pain and discomfort caused by the conditions they have suffered with are beyond their ability to cope. Dr. Bob's extensive experience as a health-care provider, without the use of prescription medication, has provided him with a unique ability to understand and relay logical solutions in an easy-to-follow format. In this book, Dr. Bob reveals important, little-known facts on the more common conditions men contend with-heart disease, cancer, cholesterol, sexual dysfunction, and pain. You will learn the basics, which will propel you to levels of optimal health without the use of prescription medication.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2011)

Robert F. DeMaria, DC, DABCO, FASBE, NHDDr, has been providing and championing alternative health solutions to thousands of patients globally for over thirty years. Realizing that the world needs a drugless "hero," he has answered the call by writing six books in the Dr. Bob's Guide to Health series. These books present his expertise in the areas of ADHD, female hormones, and sex and relationships. His keen intellect and go-get-'em attitude has resulted in many TV and radio appearances, including regular segments on Cleveland Fox 8's That's Life with Robin Swoboda, WFAN in New York City, and his own Half-Hour to Health television and radio program, which airs each Saturday in the northern Ohio market. His drugless approach emphasizes education, empowerment, and prevention, which are three qualities that our world needs most. His mission is to provide answers to topics for which we all have questions.

Bibliographic information