In this fourth book of The Now What? Fitness Series, certified personal fitness trainer Linda Burke delves into nutrition for total fitness. “The Media often leaves you confused, ill-informed, or even worse: completely scammed or lied to with offers of quick fixes, magic potions, or crazy contraptions promising unrealistic results,” cautions Burke. “With obesity rates […]
First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Byline: Elizabeth Cooney California wildfires in the 1970s and Katrina’s floods in 2005 may seem worlds apart on the calamity spectrum, but they have one important legacy in common.
When a nation or region prepares for public health emergencies such as a pandemic influenza, a large-scale earthquake, or any major disaster scenario in which the health system may be destroyed or stressed to its limits, it is important to describe how standards of care would change due to shortages of critical resources. At the […]
This instructor’s lesson plans document is one of three documents prepared for the Emergency Medical Technician—Ambulance, National Standard Curriculum. It was prepared for the course instructors. As such, it contains detailed outlines of course content and guidance for teaching each course lesson. Two other documents complete the training package: a Course Guide which contains planning […]
Reduce fat, look good, and enjoy the best of health! The dash diet isn’t the newest health fad. On the contrary, it works. Voted by The National Institute of Health for both healthy eating and diabetes, dash diet is the diet you have been looking for. There are over 80 mouthwatering recipes in this book […]
Diabetes can be caused by either an inadequate production of insulin (type I diabetes) or the inability of the cells to respond to insulin (type II diabetes). Health complications caused by diabetes are cardiovascular disease, foot problems, stroke, nerve damage, kidney problems, oral and dental problems, etc. This is a long-term condition but it can […]