Medical Meanderings

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Lulu.com, Nov 1, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 152 pages
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Did you know that: Laughter is a form of aerobic exercise? Eating chocolate three times a month helps people live longer? Women are 50 percent more likely to suffer from insomnia than men? What you eat can cause migraines? Your heart rate can rise by 30 percent during a yawn? Medical Meanderings is a fascinating and entertaining collection of information on health, wellness, and lifestyle. Here you will find information about the body, medical health, emotional disorders, cautious eating, sleep, alternative health, the history of health and even chocolate. The book is infused with interesting information, tips, body, facts and humor which make for a fun and fascinating book to have in your health library. Donald Webb is an award winning massage therapist, lecturer and author. His monthly newsletter reaches around the U.S. and overseas.
 

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Very interesting book. You learn and you have fun. It is an interesting mix of serious information and light hearted humor. An easy read and hard to put down. All of the chapters are broken down into great articles and followed with some humor. It makes for great late night reading. I enjoyed the entire book (especially the chapter on Chocolate!!!)  

Contents

CAUTIOUS EATING
73
Here Come Those Winter Colds
106
Hypothermia
112
Pareidolia? Or Is It Just Your Imagination?
130
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