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Blessed Health

Author : Angela Ebron
ISBN : 9781439146354
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Blessed Health offers African-American women the medical information and inspirational motivation they need to achieve total health -- a healthy mind, body, and spirit. Many black women will go to church all day every Sunday but won't take one day out of the year to get a Pap test and mammogram done. Yet that yearly doctor's visit could help save lives. Often the first people to pray when a serious illness strikes, black women may be the last to seek timely medical care. As a result, they are suffering with, and dying from, manageable illnesses such as heart disease, obesity, cancer, and diabetes more than any other group in the United States. It doesn't have to be that way. Don't wait until a health emergency happens before turning to your faith and your physician. You can achieve optimal health by arming yourself with medical knowledge and a strong spiritual base. Research has proven that a well-nurtured spiritual self can help to replenish, rejuvenate, and safeguard your physical self. Written by a prominent African-American OB/GYN and a highly respected journalist, Blessed Health is a personal health and spirituality guide for every stage of a black woman's life. Included here is important information on: How your body works, and what can be done to prevent or help solve common health problems, including pelvic infections and fibroid tumors How to find a doctor that ministers to your physical and emotional needs How to successfully cope with illness, from a faith perspective How spiritual wisdom and prayer can decrease the harmful effects of stress How best to take care of your breasts and reproductive organs, and decrease your risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cancer and much, much more, including the latest on managing menopause.

Journal Of The National Medical Association

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924097821510
Genre : Medicine
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Savvy Women Readers And Gender Strategies In The Workplace

Author : Inger Stark
ISBN : UCAL:X78659
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The Shape Of Zion

Author : Michael I. N. Dash
ISBN : IND:30000115735023
Genre : Religion
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The Black Woman S Guide To Black Men S Health

Author : Andrea King Collier
ISBN : 9780446565837
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 71. 12 MB
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This is a comprehensive medical guide for black women to help them improve the health of the black men they love. It is packed with valuable information, advice and personal stories from celebrity and non-celebrity women about their men's health issues.

Ethics And Professionalism

Author : Barry Cassidy
ISBN : 9780803619647
Genre : Medical
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The “first of its kind”—a case-based ethics text designed specifically for PAs!

In Her Place

Author : Katharine T. Corbett
ISBN : 1883982308
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This new addition to the popular guidebook series explores women's experiences and the impact of their activities on the history and landscape of St. Louis. When the city was founded, most St. Louisans believed that "a woman's place is in the home," in the house of her father, husband, or master. Over the years, women pushed out the boundaries of their lives into the public arena, and in doing so they changed the face of St. Louis. In Her Place is a guide to the changing definition of a woman's place in St. Louis, beginning with the colonial period and ending with the 1960s. Each chapter explores the experiences of women during a specific time period and identifies the sites of some of their public activities on a map of the city created from historical sources. Along the way, readers will meet such significant St. Louis women as Harriet Scott, Susan Blow, Edna Gellhorn, and Philippine Duchesne and learn about the activities of the Ladies' Union Aid Society, the Sisters of Charity, the League of Women Voters, and the Harper Married Ladies' Club. The book also includes four tours of the St. Louis region addressing the themes of the book and identifying significant buildings, homes, and other key sites. Current photographs will help readers locate the sites on detailed maps. An up-to-date bibliography and resource listing make this an invaluable guide for anyone interested in studying the history of women in the region.

New Books On Women And Feminism

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ISBN : UCBK:C088518469
Genre : Feminism
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ISBN : 0835246493
Genre : Literature
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025417838
Genre : American literature
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