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More Info Learn or Review Trigonometry: Essential Skills (Step-by-Step Math Tutorials)
by Chris McMullen

FORMATS: 6" x 9" paperback (ISBN: 978-1941691038). 8.5" x 11" paperback with large print (ISBN: 978-1941691021). Kindle e-book (ASIN: B0106X7NL4).

WHAT TO EXPECT: This book reviews essential trigonometry concepts, ideas, and skills. Topics include the basic trig functions, special angles, the reference angle, the unit circle, going beyond Quadrant I, inverse trig functions, and radians. A few chapters are intended to help students memorize the trig functions of common angles like 30, 150, or 315 degrees, which will be especially useful for students who may take exams without a calculator...
More Info Rethinking Cancer: Non-Traditional Approaches to the Theories, Treatments and Preventions of Cancer
by Ruth Sackman

The Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy (FACT) has long worked to educate cancer patients about alternative therapies, enabling them to make informed decisions on treatment options. Unfortunately, there still remains a major gap in the distribution of information. To meet this challenge, Ruth Sackman has written Rethinking Cancer. Here, you’ll find pertinent information on a wide range of topics, including the role of nutrition in health and strategies for achieving detoxification. The author provides both valid research and specific advice. The Foundation for Advancement in...
More Info Life and Medicine: Every Patient Teaches a Lesson
by Yongxin Li

This is the first English medical memoir that has ever been written mainly about American health care by a Chinese immigrant physician practicing in the United States of America. The unique medical stories in this book illustrate the current state of American medicine, the life and times of a Chinese doctor, and some views and opinions on health-related issues from a different perspective.
Many aspects of life and medicine are explored: medical mysteries, alternative medicine, common medications (antidiabetics and statins), medical economics, humanity, ethics, religion, sociology, science,...
More Info Ass Over Teakettle: A candid account of one girl’s utterly ungraceful, but dependably engaging battle with life long depression
by Deanna Brae

Ass over teakettle is kind of like head over heels, except the comically unromantic, epically ungraceful, grossly embarrassing trip and fall version where your ass flies up over your head and you land in some dramatic, insanely awkward flailing pose that forces you to give up any sense of order or dignity in the hope that you just survive without breaking your neck. I’ve been seeking different ways to describe depression in a relatable way, and when I looked for an analogy for how depression outwardly affects my life this was the most perfect description I could come up with for the way I...
More Info Six-Minute Social Skills Workbook 2: Social Detective Skills for Kids with Autism & Aspergers
by Janine Toole PhD

The 'Social Detective Skills' workbook develops skills in understanding social expectations.

Following the easy-to-use worksheets, your student will learn:
We all have social expectations about how other people will act.
We need to aware of social expectations in order to be socially successful.

Your student will develop the skills to:

Determine the social expectations of any situation.
Monitor other people’s signals of their expectations.
Deal with conflicting expectations.
React appropriately when there is a problem.


Working step-by-step, your learner will determine the social...
More Info The Large, the Small and the Human Mind (Canto)
by Roger Penrose

Roger Penrose's original and provocative ideas about the large-scale physics of the Universe, the small-scale world of quantum physics and the physics of the mind have been the subject of controversy and discussion. These ideas were proposed in his best-selling books The Emperor's New Mind and Shadows of the Mind. In this book, he summarises and updates his current thinking in these complex areas to present a masterful summary of those areas of physics in which he feels there are major unresolved problems. Through this, he introduces radically new concepts which he believes will be fruitful...
More Info Marie Curie: The Life and Legacy of the Legendary Scientist Who Became the First Woman to Win a Nobel Prize
by Charles River Editors

*Includes pictures
*Includes contemporary accounts
*Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading
*Includes a table of contents

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” – Marie Curie

The tens of millions who perished in the First World War – not to mention the horrendous turmoil that culminated in the outbreak of its successor – understandably marred the conception of the first decades of the 20th century. However, during that time, unparalleled minds from all over the globe unsnarled age-old...
More Info Tapping the Mighty Mind: Simple Solutions for Stress, Conflict, and Pain
by Robin W. Bilazarian

Never has a book covered so many essential ways to conquer conflict, stress, and pain. The mind is mighty and can quickly tap into how to desensitize and release anxiety, grief, anger, frustrating phobias, grudges, and to learn crucial communication - all explained in this book. She explains standard and cutting-edge methods. We all need help sometimes. Robin, a brief therapy expert and clinical supervisor in an Employee Assistance Program works with staff in a regional trauma hospital, is a national speaker, and is in private practice. Robin has always thought that counseling techniques...
More Info Hyper: Changing the way you think about, plan, and execute business intelligence for real results, real fast!
by Gregory P. Steffine

2018 TOP 30 BEST DATA SCIENCE BOOKS (#24) - DATA SCIENCE PROGRAMS GUIDE 2016 eLIT GOLD AWARD - BEST BUSINESS REFERENCE BOOK #1 AMAZON BESTSELLER - SOCIAL SCIENCE METHODOLOGY (June 2017) #3 AMAZON BESTSELLER - LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (June 2017) #4 AMAZON BESTSELLER - ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE (February 2017) #8 AMAZON BESTSELLER - KNOWLEDGE CAPITAL (June 2017) #10 AMAZON BESTSELLER - INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (December 2016) #22 AMAZON BESTSELLER - MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (November 2016) NOMINATED FOR 2016 SMALL BUSINESS BOOK AWARD

Today, an organization's survival ultimately rests...
More Info Read Better Faster: How to Triple Your Reading Speed and Comprehension Without Speed Reading, Skimming, or Skipping
by Debbie Drum

How to Read Faster and Remember More
When we were taught how to read growing up, we were taught to read slowly and focus on every single word. These poor reading habits hold us back, and it’s why so many people don’t enjoy reading.

You see, your brain is a lot like Goldilocks. When you read too slow, your mind wanders, you get distracted, and reading feels like a chore. When you try to read too fast, you can't comprehend what you're reading. The key is to read at the right speed using the best reading strategies for your learning type.

In this short read, you’ll discover proven strategies...