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The estrogen window - the breakthrough guide to being healthy, energized, and hormonally balanced--through perimenopause, menopause, and beyond by Seibel, Mache, author.

The estrogen window - the breakthrough guide to being healthy, energized, and hormonally balanced--through perimenopause, menopause, and beyond

" When administered at the right time, estrogen therapy can lead to substantial improvements in a woman's quality of life. Yet, for more than a decade, women have been told about many worrisome side effects of hormone replacement therapy, including an increased risk of cancer, blood clots, and heart disease. In The Estrogen Window, Dr. Mache Seibel shows that not taking estrogen at the right time following menopause actually increases the risk of suffering one of those events. Falling estrogen l

May 1, 2016
The estrogen window - the breakthrough guide to being healthy, energized, and hormonally balanced--through perimenopause, menopause, and beyond by Seibel, Mache, author.

The estrogen window - the breakthrough guide to being healthy, energized, and hormonally balanced--through perimenopause, menopause, and beyond

" When administered at the right time, estrogen therapy can lead to substantial improvements in a woman's quality of life. Yet, for more than a decade, women have been told about many worrisome side effects of hormone replacement therapy, including an increased risk of cancer, blood clots, and heart disease. In The Estrogen Window, Dr. Mache Seibel shows that not taking estrogen at the right time following menopause actually increases the risk of suffering one of those events. Falling estrogen l

Apr 29, 2016
The everything Low-FODMAP diet cookbook by Francioli, Colleen, author.

The everything Low-FODMAP diet cookbook

"Delicious recipes and meal plans to ease symptoms and improve digestion If you are suffering from symptoms of IBS, you know that digestive troubles and pain can disrupt your day-to-day life. Fortunately, scientists have discovered that FODMAPs, a collection of short-chain carbohydrates that are difficult to digest, are often the source of these digestive issues. FODMAPs are found in many common foods, like wheat, milk, beans, and some vegetables, fruits, and sweeteners. The Everything Low-FODMA

Apr 28, 2016
The fire line - the story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots and one of the deadliest days in American firefighting by Santos, Fernanda, author.

The fire line - the story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots and one of the deadliest days in American firefighting

May 1, 2016
The fires of spring - a post-Arab Spring journey through the turbulent new Middle East by Culbertson, Shelly, author.

The fires of spring - a post-Arab Spring journey through the turbulent new Middle East

"The 'Arab Spring' all started when a young Tunisian fruit-seller set himself on fire in protest of a government official confiscating his apples without cause and slapping his face. The aftermath of that one personal protest grew to become the Middle East movement known as the Arab Spring -- a wave of disparate events that included revolutions, protests, government overthrows, hopeful reform movements, and bloody civil wars. This book will be the first to bring the post Arab Spring world to lig

Apr 28, 2016
The Founders and the Bible by Richard, Carl J., author.

The Founders and the Bible

May 1, 2016
The GMO deception - what you need to know about food, corporations, and government agencies putting our families and our environment at risk by

The GMO deception - what you need to know about food, corporations, and government agencies putting our families and our environment at risk

Seventy-five percent of processed foods on supermarket shelves - from soda to soup, crackers to condiments - contain genetically engineered ingredients. The long-term effects of these foods on human health and ecology are still unknown, and public concern had steadily intensified. This important book on the subject features thought-provoking essays by leading scientists, science writers, and public health advocates who address the potential dangers of GMO foods and how to mitigate them.

May 1, 2016
The GMO Deception - What You Need to Know about the Food, Corporations, and Government Agencies Putting Our Families and Our Environment at Risk by Krimsky, Sheldon (EDT)/ Gruber, Jeremy (EDT)/ Nader, Ralph (FRW)

The GMO Deception - What You Need to Know about the Food, Corporations, and Government Agencies Putting Our Families and Our Environment at Risk

Apr 29, 2016
The grail guitar - the search for Jimi Hendrix's "Purple haze" Telecaster by Adams, Chris, 1967- author.

The grail guitar - the search for Jimi Hendrix's "Purple haze" Telecaster

May 1, 2016
The great departure - mass migration from Eastern Europe and the making of the free world by Zahra, Tara, author.

The great departure - mass migration from Eastern Europe and the making of the free world

Apr 26, 2016
The Habsburg empire - a new history by Judson, Pieter M., author.

The Habsburg empire - a new history

"Moving beyond older approaches to the history of the Habsburgs in Central Europe in which nations are the main actors and nationalist conflict the inevitable moving force in the monarchy's trajectory, Pieter Judson offers an alternate narrative framework for the history of Habsburg Central Europe from the eighteenth century to the demise of the empire in World War I. He investigates how shared imperial institutions, administrative practices, and cultural programs helped to shape local society i

Apr 29, 2016
The happiness equation - want nothing + do anything = have everything by Pasricha, Neil.

The happiness equation - want nothing + do anything = have everything

"What's the formula for a happy life? In THE HAPPINESS EQUATION, Neil illustrates how to want nothing, do anything, and have everything"--

Apr 26, 2016
The highest glass ceiling - women's quest for the American presidency by Fitzpatrick, Ellen F. (Ellen Frances), author.

The highest glass ceiling - women's quest for the American presidency

"A woman will one day occupy the Oval Office because women themselves have made it inevitable, says best-selling historian Ellen Fitzpatrick. She tells the remarkable 150-year story of the candidates, voters, activists, and citizens who, despite overwhelming odds against women in politics, set their sights on the highest glass ceiling in the land."--Provided by publisher.

Apr 28, 2016
The history of chemistry - a very short introduction by Brock, W. H. (William Hodson), author.

The history of chemistry - a very short introduction

May 1, 2016
The humane economy - how innovators and enlightened consumers are transforming the lives of animals by Pacelle, Wayne, author.

The humane economy - how innovators and enlightened consumers are transforming the lives of animals

From the leader of the nation's most powerful animal-protection organization comes a frontline account of how conscience and creativity are driving a revolution in American business that is changing forever how we treat animals and create wealth. Wayne Pacelle of the Humane Society of the United States reveals how entrepreneurs, Fortune 500 CEOs, world-class scientists, philanthropists, and a new class of political leaders are driving the burgeoning, unstoppable growth of the "humane economy." E

Apr 28, 2016
The Jesus fractal - seven dimensions of faith by Frykberg, Elizabeth A., author.

The Jesus fractal - seven dimensions of faith

May 1, 2016
The joy of less - a minimalist guide to declutter, organize, and simplify by Jay, Francine, author.

The joy of less - a minimalist guide to declutter, organize, and simplify

May 1, 2016
The language animal - the full shape of the human linguistic capacity by Taylor, Charles, 1931- author.

The language animal - the full shape of the human linguistic capacity

"In this book, Charles Taylor explains linguistic holism to people who believe language needs to be thought of as bits of information. According to one influential view of language, one that originated with Hobbes, Locke, and Condillac, language serves to encode information and to communicate it. This theory has been rendered more sophisticated over the last two centuries, but it still gives a central place to the encoding of information. The thesis of Taylor's new book is that this view neglect

Apr 28, 2016
The life project the extraordinary story of 70,000 ordinary lives by Pearson, Helen.

The life project the extraordinary story of 70,000 ordinary lives

"In March 1946, scientists began to track thousands of children born in one cold week. No one imagined that this would become the longest-running study of human development in the world, growing to encompass five generations of children. Today they are some of the best-studied people on the planet, and the simple act of observing human life has changed the way we are born, schooled, parent, and die. This is the tale of these studies and the remarkable discoveries that have come from them. Touchi

May 1, 2016
The man who counted - a collection of mathematical adventures by Tahan, Malba, 1895-

The man who counted - a collection of mathematical adventures

An exotic journey in which, time and again, Beremiz Samir, the man who counted, summons his extraordinary mathematical powers to settle disputes, give wise advice, overcome dangerous enemies, and win for himself fame, fortune, and rich rewards.

Apr 29, 2016