Author: H. Winter Griffith
Publisher: Perigee Trade
Keywords: surgery, illness, symptoms, complete, guide, amp
Number of Pages: 1184
Published: 2006-03-07
List price: $24.95
ISBN-10: 0399533214
ISBN-13: 9780399533211

For more than two decades, readers have turned to the Complete Guide to Symptoms, Illness & Surgery as an accessible, comprehensive and easy-to-use resource for diagnosing, understanding and treating illness- from the common cold to cancer or heart disease. With up-to-date information on new medical therapies, drugs, and surgeries- like gastric bypass and rotator cuff repair-this authoritative guide features: - Illustrated surgeries and medical procedures - Advice on general medical topics from diets and self-examinations to immunizations and the safe use of medicine - Explanations

Author: Marjorie Garber
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: culture, symptoms
Number of Pages: 288
Published: 2000-01
List price: $32.95
ISBN-10: 041591860X
ISBN-13: 9780415918602

The symptoms of culture are the anxieties that underlie modern life: the instability of gender roles, the mysteries of female sexuality, the enigma of authority, the desire for greatness in ourselves and our heroes. From concern over fake orgasms to our worries about Great Books reading lists, from wanting God on our side at sports contests to wanting Shakespeare on our side whenever we want to sound important, we are a walking case of symptoms. Whatever the modern illness may be, the doctor locates the symptoms in a box of Jello or in Charlotte’s marvelous web, on the football field or

Author: Henry Kellerman
Publisher: Springer
Keywords: symptoms, psychoanalysis
Number of Pages: 169
Published: 2007-10-26
List price: $64.95
ISBN-10: 0387722475
ISBN-13: 9780387722474

The prevailing scientific view in the field of psychotherapy is, that with respect to psychological symptoms (phobias, anxiety states, panic reactions, intrusive thoughts, obsessions, compulsions, etc.), each symptom represents a separate lock that the therapist must decode. In Psychoanalysis of Symptoms, Dr. Henry Kellerman presents a set of principles (psychological/psychoanalytic axioms) underpin the curing of psychological/emotional symptoms through the use of four terms that comprise a psychological equation. Each of these terms is spelled-out, and then throughout the book, specific sympt

Author: David Locker
Publisher: Law Book Co of Australasia
Keywords: illness, symptoms
Number of Pages: 200
Published: 1981-05-07
List price: unknow
ISBN-10: 042277460X
ISBN-13: 9780422774604

Author: S. M. Gunavante
Publisher: B Jain Pub Pvt Ltd
Keywords: symptoms, crucial, perceiving
Number of Pages: 162
Published: 1999-06-30
List price: $3.95
ISBN-10: 8170214084
ISBN-13: 9788170214083

Potency selection and repetition of the doses has been dealt with. Focuses attention on the most crucial symptoms which can be guided easily and quickly in the accurate selection of the remedy in a given case.

Author: Marjorie Garber
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: culture, symptoms
Number of Pages: 256
Published: 1998-04-08
List price: $125.00
ISBN-10: 0415918596
ISBN-13: 9780415918596

The symptoms of culture are the anxieties that underlie modern life: the instability of gender roles, the mysteries of female sexuality, the enigma of authority, the desire for greatness in ourselves and our heroes. From concern over fake orgasms to our worries about Great Books reading lists, from wanting God on our side at sports contests to wanting Shakespeare on our side whenever we want to sound important, we are a walking case of symptoms. Whatever the modern illness may be, the doctor locates the symptoms in a box of Jello or in Charlotte’s marvelous web, on the football field or

Author: Kae Andersen
Publisher: Distributed by CFI
Keywords: agency, free, amp, symptoms, homosexuality
Number of Pages: 118
Published: 1998-06-01
List price: $11.95
ISBN-10: 1555174108
ISBN-13: 9781555174101

Homosexual compulsion is so vehement that trying to imagine a heterosexual life seems only a cruel fantasy. However, it is also a sly deception that living in a cycle of homosexual obsession brings happiness. This notion is imposed by a naive society: naive concerning happiness, and naive regarding human potential. Same-gender sexuality is unnatural and contrary to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Those who endorse it take away the very concept of free-agency. By adopting the attitude that "I don’t have a choice...I was born this way," one limits his own potential and disempower
  
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