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HEALTH

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015 LISTS OF BOOKS ON HEALTH 

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TITLE

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SYNOPSIS

015 – 2 Breastfeeding & Health   UNICEF, 1981 Recent policies and new trends : Programmes proposed in support of breast-feeding; The advantages of Breastfeeding; Maternal nutrition in deprived populations; Infant feeding practices in Northern Europe; Training health personnel; Some examples of the many models of rooming-in
015 – 9 Women and Health( Not Pro-life Book ) Patricia Smyke Zed Books Ltd., 1995 Women & Health takes an unflinching look at the consequences – for women, families and societies – of maternal mortality and morbidity, of lack of access to family planning, of sexually transmitted disease, female genital mutilation, and misuse of addictive substance. It examines key health problems for women workers, refugee and migrant women, young girls and older women.
015 – 10 Wastong Pamamaraan sa Pagpapasuso ng Gatas ng Ina   Nursing Mother’s Association of the Philippines in cooperation with UNICEF Breastfeeding is a simple, normal function. The human race has survived because of it, for mother’s milk is nature’s best food for babies. This booklet is written for modern woman, in the hope that problems they encounter in breastfeeding will be minimized.
015 – 11 Anak Mo, Mahal Mo ( Breastfeeding )      
015 – 12 Breastfeeding A Guide for Nurturing Your Baby Mary Ellen Garfes de Jesus, M.P.H Nursing Mothers’ Association of the Philippines, 1984 Breastfeeding is a simple, normal function. The human race has survived because of it, for mother’s milk is nature’s best food for babies. This booklet is written for you, the modern woman, in the hope that problems you may encounter in breastfeeding will be minimized.
015 – 14 The Merk Manual Volume II Obstetrics Pediatric Genetic Robert Berkow MD Merck Sharp & Dohme Research Laboratories, 1982 The Merck Manual, first appeared in 1899 as a siender 262-page text titled Merck’s Manual of the Materia Medica. It was expressly designed to meet the needs of general practitioners in selecting medication, noting that “ memory is treacherous “ and even the most thoroughly informed physician needs a reminder “ to make him at once master of the situation and enable him to prescribe exactly what his judgment tells him is needed for the occasion.
015 – 15 Vaccination the Silent Killer Ida Honorof & E. McBean Honor Publication, 1977 The author maintains that compulsory vaccination or any tax supported vaccine program violates Articles IX and X of the U. S. Constitution and Article VI of the Bill of RightsShow More

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The author maintains that compulsory vaccination or any tax supported vaccine program violates Articles IX and X of the U. S. Constitution and Article VI of the Bill of Rights

 

015 – 17 Philippine Nursing Law Jurisprudence & Ethics  Obdulia R. Kabigting & Gonzalo Robles Professionals Publishing Company, 1963 This book published and entitle “ Philippine Nursing Law, Jurisprudence and Ethics “ by Obdulia R. Kabigting and Gonzalo S. Robles, seems to be the source book which nurses – students or graduates – could well go for answer to the foregoing questions, O.R. Kabigtint brings to this book many years of productive experience as a nurse practioner, teacher, executive and member.
015 – 24 The Legacy of CHD Paul Likoudis The Wanderer Press, 1994 A Critical Report and Analysis of the U.S. Bishops’ Campaign for Human Development
015 – 26 Protecting the Medically Dependent Father Robert Barry, OP American Life League, 1988 This book briefly summarize the fundamental doctrines of the situation-ethics philosophy as they apply to the questions of mercy killing and assisted suicide.
015 – 77 Living Longer, Living Better 1991 Jane Porcino, PhD The Continuum Publishing Company, 1991 This book is for midlife and older people who value their independence but don’t want to life alone. It is for people in their 50’s and 60’s who want to plan future housing and life-styles now, before they face a crisis. It is for women and men who are living through a crisis such as widowhood or divorce, and are seeking to build new lives.
015 – 89 Medical Question & Answer Books Will Budburry The Readers’ Digest Answer to more than 1500 questions; Facts and advice that will help you; Authoritative and up-to-date; Easy to understand, frank and friendly
015 – 97 A Health & Social Science Action & Partnership 1998 ( Part 2 ) Galang Printika Yogyakarta, Indonesia Proceeding Dec. 7 – 11, 1998 The Fourth Asia- Pacific Social Science and Medicine Conference
015 – 97 B Health & Social Science Action & Partnership 1998 ( Part 1 ) Galang Printika Yogyakarta, Indonesia Proceeding Dec. 7 – 11, 1998 The Fourth Asia- Pacific Social Science and Medicine Conference
015- 98 Christian Principles for Pallative Care Philip Ney Pioneer Publishing Limited, 2007 Dr. Ney, a psychiatrist who has been in practice over 40 years, routinely treated suicidal patients. Of the thousands he has treated, he says he has  “never met anybody who wanted to be dead “. We then ask why are euthanasia and assisted suicide becoming a desirable option instead of accepting the process of natural death? The most troubling concern relating to death, the dying and the condemned t die are the focus of this book. This is an extraordinary contribution to the subject of life, death and dying. Dr. Ney takes us seamlessly from our first beginning to our God given destiny, should we choose right.
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