• Have you ever bought $100 worth of groceries for only 6 bucks? • Did you ever leave a store with more money in your pocket than when you went in? • Have you ever had so much food after a shopping trip that you gave it away to friends, neighbors and charity? If you answered "no" to any of these questions, then you'll definitely want to read Coupon Millionaire: How to Save Money and Make Money with the Art of Couponing and learn how to save money on groceries every time you shop! In fact, you will learn how to save thousands on groceries every year! Tough economic times has had many people scrambling to make ends meet. Eating out, going on vacation or even going to a movie are out of the question. Instead, people have been duped into buying the lowest quality junk foods thinking that they are saving money simply because it's cheap. With Coupon Millionaire in hand, you will learn how to save money and even make money whenever you shop. Coupon Millionaire is a wake up call that you have been spending way too much money at the supermarket. In it you'll learn how to: • get organized so you don't feel like your life is being taken over by coupons • take advantage of bonus days and weekly or daily specials on foods, medicines and toiletries • save on ORGANIC foods and earth friendly household products • get more coupons than you'll know what to do with • make money with your excess coupons you don't plan on using • take advantage of sales that you didn't even think would pertain to you and put EXTRA CASH in your pocket in the same time • negotiate store policies so that you maximize the amount of money you save • save big money at drug stores like CVS, Walgreen's and RiteAid • and much, much more! Even if you have never used a coupon before you can start dramatically lowering your grocery bills with coupons starting today. There are no real "tricks" to spending less money on groceries. Successful couponing is about having a system of organization. And Coupon Millionaire will provide you with a shortcut to a system that is proven to work. If you think you already know all there is to know about couponing, then you wouldn't be reading this page. But even the most experienced couponers have walked away with some new tips they hadn't considered before. Like anything, you get out of it what you put into it. So if you're serious about saving money on groceries the next time you go shopping, then roll up your sleeves and get out those scissors so you too can start saving some serious cash!
'There's more to see than what we see!' The people you lead have knowledge, skills, and abilities beyond what you see in their face. In As a Leader...15 Points to Consider for More Inclusive Leadership, author Dennis Brennan, shares personal experiences and simple exercises that will help the leader within you uncover these unseen resources for greater achievements, satisfaction, and harmony. He also shares nine more Dennisisms, just for fun, that will make you think even more. The Foreword, written by Raul Alvarez, former President & COO of McDonald's Corporation, and endorsements by two Chief Diversity Officers, Effenus Henderson at Weyerhaeuser, and Steve Pemberton at Walgreens.
Discover 20 natural ways to lower cholesterol and five drug-free approaches to reducing high blood pressure! "Foods That Heal" by Maureen Kennedy Salaman is different than any nutrition book you have ever read. It includes historically proven folk me
A Glimpse Inside a Hidden World Narrated by the teenage girl who lived it, Closet Full of Coke tells the true story of how a New York suburban fifteen-year-old girl's savvy and wit helps turn the small-time drug business of Armando, a Colombian drug dealer, into a multi-million-dollar cocaine operation that puts them on the DEA's Wanted List.This intimate diary gives readers a fast-paced glimpse of the couple’s speedy rise to riches, and their inevitable descent.These wannabe drug lords of the 1980s New York-to-Florida drug scene end their story only three years later with an untimely death, betrayal, and revenge.Here is a true account of drug dealers whose obsession with money, power, sex, and glamor drives them to a lifestyle of deceit and recklessness, ending in tragedies that destroy lives forever.This is no ordinary memoir; this is Memoir Noir From the Author:I wanted the foolish girl I once was to tell her story without interruption. The result is a diary written like a novel. There is no reflection or analysis. There is a salacious story full of colorful characters and dialogue, told by the teenager who lived it. Drug dealers have an interesting ethos unknown to outsiders. They live by elaborate rules and codes, and use intricate methodology to conduct business. They are far more organized than people imagine, and they see themselves as business people and entrepreneurs. Serious dealers who want success don’t use drugs and they deal to other dealers, not to users. I compare my book to Film Noir. According to filmsite.org, “the primary moods of classic film noir” include “melancholy, alienation, disillusionment, disenchantment, moral corruption, evil, guilt, desperation and paranoia.” These moods are prominent in my book.Readers have called it “haunting,” “a car wreck you can’t look away from,” “a roller coaster ride,” and “Alice in Wonderland meets Scarface.” So if you like the edge of your seat, hold on tight and listen to my story. FREE Read the first eight chapters for free on the Closet Full of Coke website! or LOOK INSIDE THIS BOOK ON THE KINDLE PAGE to see more
A medical expert reveals risks of the most commonly prescribed drugs-and why the drug industry doesn't want consumers to know about them. Recent scandals involving diabetes drugs, Vioxx, and many other medications reveal the serious and undisclosed risks of some of the most commonly used prescription drugs in this country. In Before You Take That Pill, Dr. J. Douglas Bremner, a researcher and clinician at Emory University whose study on Accutane and depression made headlines, offers an inside look at the pharmaceutical industry, as well as a scientifically backed assessment of the risks of more than three hundred prescribed medications, vitamins, and supplements. While many drugs are essential to the health of consumers, as Dr. Bremner explains, for many people, the benefits may not outweigh the potential side effects. This book contains warnings that are not on the drug labels. It also exposes tricks of the trade that demonstrate how the profit-making interests of "big pharma" may not always be in line with the safety of the public - from the corruption that exists in the drug approval process to the tactics drug companies use to encourage doctors to prescribe their products. Most important, Before You Take That Pill empowers readers by giving them sound information on specific medications so they can understand and weigh the potential risk themselves. Backed by the latest studies, as well as insight from a doctor who is in the trenches, this book should be on the shelf of every drug consumer.
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann are outrage—and you should be, too! Half of all illegal immigrants came into this country legally—and we have no way of knowing they're still here!Congressmen are putting their wives on their campaign payrolls! The UN is a cover for massive corruption!Drug companies pay off doctors to write scrips—whether we need them or not!Teachers unions block the firing of bad teachers—and battle against higher education standards! Katrina victims are being stiffed by their insurance companies!Special interests cost our consumers $45 billion through trade quotas that save only a handful of jobs! Unaware of these abuses? It's not surprising since the mainstream media don't talk about them. Too many powerful people are working very hard to cover them up. But in Outrage, New York Times bestselling authors Dick Morris and Eileen McGann give you the cold, hard facts you won't read about anywhere else—and offer tough, common-sense proposals on how to fight the special interests of the left and right . . . so we can start making these outrageous inequities things of the past!
A quick review book for very busy students to earn a better grade in pharmacology. The book explains the language of pharmacology in plain English and provides a gentle introduction for students to the correct pronunciation and memorization of the most important brand and generic name drugs. Includes step-by-step instructions, sorted in eight physiologic classes, includes chapter review exercises with solutions, mnemonics for every drug, common suffixes and prefixes, and two comprehensive final exams.
Whether you are a medical, pharmacy, nurse practitioner, physician assistant or dental student a baseline knowledge of the pharmacology and therapeutic principles for the most commonly used medications is essential. This rapid review book for pharmacology is perfect for any student preparing for board exams, licensure, and/or day to day practice. Benefit from the extensive experience and backgrounds of those preparing this content as you develop your knowledge of pharmacology and therapeutics. Features include: 1) Information in tabular format for easier and more efficient reading; 2) Generic and brand names provided along with the drug class and main mechanism of action; 3) High-yield points on pharmacology that you must know and that will likely be asked of you; 4) Handbook format fits easily in lab coat pocket; 5) New Edition contains most common indications or uses, pertinent pregnancy risk factors, and basic dosage formulations.
The first paperback edition of Reidyâ€™s memoir describing his successful career in Big Pharma as Pfizerâ€™s #1 salesmen during the launching of Viagra. Published to tie-in with Foxâ€™s international movie release of the film Love and Other Drugs based on Reidyâ€™s book and starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway, Thanksgiving weekend 2010.Jamie Reidy is the guy who's been there, done that, and walked away with the insider stories. Inside Hard Sell: Now a Major Motion Picture LOVE and OTHER DRUGS, you'll find yourself rooting for Reidy and shocked by the realities of the world that paid his salary.This comedic expose traces Reidy's experiences from Pfizer training to life as the "V-Man," when Reidy became Pfizer's number-one drug rep during the Viagra craze. With equal parts self-confidence and self-mockery, Reidy takes the reader on a hilarious romp through pharma-culture while revealing the controversial side of the drug industry. From viewing a circumcision to gaining a doctor's rapport to providing insight on why doctors choose to prescribe Drug X over Drug Y, and from how to bargain "sigs" and "scripts" to why the Viagra pill is shaped as a diamond, Reidy discloses everything.A witty, behind-the-scenes look at an industry that touches everyone in America with a prescription, Hard Sell uncovers truths about the pharmaceutical industry you'd rather not know and practices you'd like to believe weren't employed.Hard Sell has been adapted into a major motion picture starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway.
Elevated cholesterol and C-reactive proteins are markers linked to heart attack, stroke, and other cardiovascular disorders. It is estimated that over 100 million Americans—more than a third of our population—suffer from these conditions. To combat these problems, modern science has created a group of drugs known as statins, available under such names as Lipitor, Zocor, and Pravachol. While over 20 million people take these medications, the fact is that up to 42 percent experience negative, often serious, side effects. Fortunately, other options are available. Here, for the first time, is a concise guide that explains the problems caused by statin drugs, and offers easy-to-follow strategies that will allow you to benefit from effective natural alternatives. Written by a highly qualified researcher and physician, Natural Alternatives to Lipitor, Zocor & Other Statin Drugs begins with a clear explanation of elevated cholesterol and C-reactive proteins. It then examines how statin drugs work to alleviate these problems, and discusses their possible side effects. Finally, the author highlights the most important natural alternatives, providing information on the science behind their claims, their proven effectiveness, and their suggested dosage.If you have elevated cholesterol and C-reactive proteins, or if you are currently using a statin drug, Natural Alternatives to Lipitor, Zocor & Other Statin Drugs can make a profound difference in the quality of your life.
“Blood Feud rivals A Civil Action for best non-fiction book of the past twenty years.” — John Lescroart, New York Times bestselling author of Damage Procrit seemed like a biotech miracle, promising a golden age in medical care. Developed in the 1980s by Amgen and licensed to the pharmaceutical giant, Johnson & Johnson, the drug (AKA Epogen and Aranesp) soon generated billions in annual revenue—and still does. In 2012, world famous cyclist, Olympian, and Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong was banned from professional cycling on doping charges for using EPO (the blanket name for the drugs Procrit and Epogen), resulting in a global controversy about abuse, big pharmaceutical companies, and the lies and inaccuracies concerning performance-enhancing drugs. Mark Duxbury was a J&J salesman who once believed in the blood-booster, setting record sales and winning company awards. Then Duxbury started to learn unsavory truths about Procrit and J&J’s business practices. He was fired and filed a whistleblower suit to warn the public. When Jan Schlichtman (A Civil Action) learned of Duxbury’s crusade, he signed on. Now, he’s fighting on behalf of cancer patients and for every American who trusts Big Pharma with his life.
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In this revised paperback--with four new chapters notfound in the hardcover edition--Robeft E. Kowalski offers a sane, effective, and revolutionary new approach to lowering blood cholesterol without drugs or deprivation.With The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure, you can:Limit the amount of cholesterol produced by your bodyIncrease the amount of cholesterol eliminated by your bodyUse special foods and vitamins that actually lower total blood cholesterolRaise the level of HDL (the "good" cholesterol) in your bloodControl your weight without counting caloriesAnd much more!Filled with a wealth of essential information and advice on cholesterol testing methods, special food products, exercise, and special considerations for women, children, and the elderly, as well as dozens of delicious, healthful recipes, here is the proven solution for you!
Paperback, Hay House
COULD STATIN DRUGS ACTUALLY HARM YOU? Despite the rosy picture painted in the ads of a miracle cure for high cholesterol and its attendant heart disease, the reality of taking statins may be far less pretty. Dr. Barbara H. Roberts, director of the Women’s Cardiac Center at the Miriam Hospital in Rhode Island, discusses both the benefits and health risks of these popular drugs in this comprehensive guide that finally reveals the questionable science behind the research studies. This honest, patient-friendly appraisal of the most widely used medications in the world may shock you, but it may also save your life. Offering clear-cut, easy-to-understand information in an easily accessible fashion, Dr. Roberts explains how to take the best possible care of your heart, including: * The keys to maintaining cardiovascular well-being * How to interpret your cholesterol numbers * The frightening adverse effects of popular drugs It is time to take charge of your heart health. Learn the facts behind the hype so that you can make informed decisions on a subject vital to your continued health. If you or someone you love either takes a statin or is considering doing so, you need to read this book. Includes recipes for a delicious and heart-healthy diet, including Wasabi-Roasted Salmon, Pasta with Avocado Sauce, and Lemon-Pineapple Breakfast Muffins.
The Drugs Don't Work - A Penguin Special by Professor Dame Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer for England. Resistance to our current range of antibiotics is the new inconvenient truth. If we don't act now, we risk the health of our parents, our children and our grandchildren. Antibiotics add, on average, twenty years to our lives. For over seventy years, since the manufacture of penicillin in 1943, we have survived extraordinary operations and life-threatening infections. We are so familiar with these wonder drugs that we take them for granted. The truth is that we have been abusing them: as patients, as doctors, as travellers, in our food. No new class of antibacterial has been discovered for twenty six years and the bugs are fighting back. If we do not take responsibility now, in a few decades we may start dying from the most commonplace of operations and ailments that can today be treated easily. This short book, which will be enjoyed by readers of An Inconvenient Truth by Al Gore and Bad Pharma by Ben Goldacre, will be the subject of a TEDex talk given by Professor Dame Sally Davies at the Royal Albert Hall. Professor Dame Sally C. Davies is the Chief Medical Officer for England and the first woman to hold the post. As CMO she is the independent advisor to the Government on medical matters with particular interest in Public Health and Research. She holds a number of international advisory positions and is an Emeritus Professor at Imperial College. Dr Jonathan Grant is a Principal Research Fellow and former President at RAND Europe, a not-for-profit public policy research institute. His main research interests are on health R&D policy and the use of research and evidence in policymaking. He was formerly Head of Policy at The Wellcome Trust. He received his PhD from the Faculty of Medicine, University of London, and his B.Sc. (Econ) from the London School of Economics. Professor Mike Catchpole is an internationally recognized expert in infectious diseases and the Director of Infectious Disease Surveillance and Control at Public Health England. He has coordinated many national infectious disease outbreak investigations and is an advisor to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. He is also a visiting professor at Imperial College.
An integrated mini review of antifungal drugs, illustrated with visually appealing tables and diagrams. A quick visual aide for the course study and board review
<>A brilliantly illuminating portrait of the twenty-first-century West—a book as vast, diverse, and unexpected as the land and the people, from one of our foremost chroniclers of migration</>The economic boom—and the devastation left in its wake—has been writ nowhere as large as on the West, the most iconic of American landscapes. Over the last decade the West has undergone a political and demographic upheaval comparable only to the opening of the frontier. Now, in Desert America, a work of powerful reportage and memoir, Rubén Martínez, acclaimed author of Crossing Over, evokes a new world of extremes: outrageous wealth and devastating poverty, sublime beauty and ecological ruin. In northern New Mexico, an epidemic of drug addiction flourishes in the shadow of some of the country's richest zip codes; in Joshua Tree, California, gentrification displaces people and history. In Marfa, Texas, an exclusive enclave triggers a race war near the banks of the Rio Grande. And on the Tohono O'odham reservation, Native Americans hunt down Mexican migrants crossing the most desolate stretch of the border.With each desert story, Martínez explores his own encounter with the West and his love for this most contested region. In the process, he reveals that the great frontier is now a harbinger of the vast disparities that are redefining the very idea of America.