The Everything Baby's First Year Book

The Everything Baby’s First Year Book

The first twelve months of your child’s life can be as challenging as they are rewarding. From birth through baby’s first birthday, this revised edition guides you through all the critical milestones, focusing on such topics as:• Breastfeeding and bottle-feeding• Preparing food, including organic options and food allergies• Tracking baby’s development• Traveling with baby• Choosing […]

A Year of Living Your Yoga

A Year of Living Your Yoga

Judith Hanson Lasater has been teaching an annual yoga retreat at Feathered Pipe Ranch, in Helena, Montana, for twenty-eight years. When Lasater learned that one of her students was collecting her thoughts—which she called “Judith’s aphorisms”—Lasater decided to collect them in this book. Featuring one thought for each day of the year, along with a […]

The Year That Follows

The Year That Follows

Cat is a single mother living in Detroit when her brother is killed in New York, just a day after he told her that he thought he had a son. Filled with determination, she sets off on a search for the orphaned boy, but it’s interrupted when she gets a surprise call from her father. […]

Psychosocial Impact of October 2005 Earthquake on Children and Adolescents Aged 9 to 18 Years, Assessed After One Year in Kashmir, Pakistan (Report)

Psychosocial Impact of October 2005 Earthquake on Children and Adolescents Aged 9 to 18 Years, Assessed After One Year in Kashmir, Pakistan (Report)

Byline: Malik Wajid Ali, Mowadat Hussain Rana and Sohail Ali – Email: [email protected] Background: On 8 October 2005, an earthquake of 7.6 magnitude hit Pakistan leaving about 75,000 dead and thousands homeless. Worst damage was in the territory of Kashmir. Children exposed to a natural disaster can develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress symptoms and disorder […]

Medical Management on the Bayou: One Year After Katrina (Hurricane Katrina 2005)

Medical Management on the Bayou: One Year After Katrina (Hurricane Katrina 2005)

Steven Deitelzweig’s home was not destroyed in Hurricane Katrina, but his willingness to drive a long commute to work was. The president of the medical staff at Ochsner Health System in New Orleans, Deitelzweig, an MD, lived at the hospital for three weeks after the August 2005 hurricane. The experience revealed the strengths and weaknesses […]

Evaluation of Information Literacy Skill Development in First Year Medical Students (Report)

Evaluation of Information Literacy Skill Development in First Year Medical Students (Report)

The key characteristics of medical information are that it is abundant, distributed, and is provided for a range of audiences. Medical practitioners need the skills to find relevant information and evaluate its authenticity, validity, and reliability. These information literacy skills are ideally developed during the medical school years. Today’s first year students are coming to […]