The Natural Way to Beat the Common Cold and Flu: A Holistic Approach for Prevention and Relief

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Berkley Books, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 176 pages
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It's not always easy to separate facts from folklore when it comes to fighting colds and flu. Is it true that ginger can help? Is exercise a good idea or a bad idea? Is it "starve a cold and feed a fever"...or the other way around? Health writer Richard Trubo explores the current developments in both traditional and alternative medicine to help you decide what the right treatment is for you -- for a healing approach that's natural, safe, and effective.

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About the author (1998)

Roger Callahan, Ph.D., is the founder of and world's top authority on Thought Field Therapy. He holds a degree in clinical psychology from Syracuse University and has been an associate professor at Eastern Michigan University. He trains hundreds in TFT each year and speaks widely at professional conferences.

Richard Trubo is an award-winning journalist.

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