Author and Minister Jeffery Mathews as a Bronze Star Iraq war veteran has experienced troubled nights and days. What allowed him to endure the battle was his faith in God. One night chest pains came upon my wife and turned to trouble.
Author: Minister Jeff Mathews
Category: Family & Relationships
Author and Iraq Veteran’s discovery of Marriage Heart Trouble In America that’s taking marriages by storm. This author inspires readers through his wife’s heart attack and revelation from God regarding heart trouble upon the marriage. Author and Minister Jeffery Mathews as a Bronze Star Iraq war veteran has experienced troubled nights and days. What allowed him to endure the battle was his faith in God. One night chest pains came upon my wife and turned to trouble. The cardiologist said your wife has suffered a major heart attack. The life I knew of a wonderful marriage went dark temporarily. Through faith much prayer and a mighty God our marriage went from darkness to light. The spirit of the Lord revealed to me through my wife that many marriages are experiencing spiritual chest pains. The Lord revealed if many don’t see the doctor (Jesus Christ) marriage heart attack is at the door. This heart attack can lead to death of the marriage. Many marriages are in a dark place due to blockages in the arteries of their marriage. I discovered that marriage is a major heart issue. My wife recovery went very well upon following the doctor’s commands. I want my readers to know that marriage when Christ is the center is mighty and powerful. I have seen the hand of God over the heart of my wife and the heart of our marriage. Our purpose now is to encourage marriages that they must have an experience with God. We desire also to bring awareness to women of human heart diseases that is on the rise in America and abroad. Hear our story of our only child and daughter of no known medical issues dies at the age of 39 from cardiac arrest.
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worked in the cardiology department at another hospital. We stayed at Johns
Hopkins, prayed and read the word, and talked to our daughter who said, "I'm
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Author: Rob Pascale
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Family & Relationships
Staying happily married has become a difficult proposition in recent times. Although the institution is still firmly embedded in our culture, divorce rates have steadily climbed since the 1960s. While some marriages are truly divorce-worthy, many other broken marriages can be saved. Recent emphasis on personal needs and greater social acceptance of divorce and alternative lifestyles may have weakened the resolve of partners to work through their problems. Furthermore, many couples may not realize that problems in their current marriages are likely to surface in other relationships. Consequently, while they may consider divorce a solution, it may in fact only be a stepping stone to the next relationship where patterns may repeat. Solving marital differences can be difficult. They tend to be linked to or caused by other problems, and that can make it hard to identify the real reasons for conflicts. Without knowing the true nature of their problems, couples cannot arrive at solutions that actually work. To understand the underlying issues that plague many marriages, the authors look to the research conducted on the subject over the past fifty years and to real life stories of success and failure to outline the major issues that detract from marital stability. Drawing on Louis Primavera’s twenty-five years in private practice as a marriage counselor, each chapter is peppered with anecdotes that every married person can relate to, and that help bring issues to life. The authors also propose frank and honest solutions that can help couples have more satisfying relationships. Anyone looking to improve their marriage will find suggestions for sussing out the underlying problems they may be experiencing and guidance for addressing those problems.
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Author: Linda Brannon
Publisher: Cengage Learning
For over 20 years, Brannon and Feist’s HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIOR AND HEALTH has remained a leader in the field of health psychology for its scholarship, strong and current research base, and balanced coverage of the cognitive, behavioral, and biological approaches to health psychology. Accessible and appealing to a wide-ranging student audience--including non-majors--this reader-friendly text has enjoyed enduring success. Instructors and students alike will appreciate the concise writing style, ample pedagogy, and visual program in this classic approach to the teaching and learning of health psychology. Now extensively updated to reflect the latest developments in the field, the new Seventh Edition features a stronger emphasis on diversity, additional information on complementary and alternative medicine, coverage of the latest research and cutting-edge technology, and new real-world examples selected for their interest and relevance to today’s students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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Author: HK Chopra
Publisher: JP Medical Ltd
Cardiodiabetes refers to heart disease that develops in people who have diabetes. Compared with people who don't have diabetes, people who have diabetes are at higher risk of heart disease, have additional causes of heart disease, may develop heart disease at a younger age, and may have more severe heart disease. With nearly 1000 pages, this manual is a complete guide to the diagnosis and management of cardiodiabetes. Divided into nine sections, each chapter addresses a separate and distinct issue of clinical relevance. The book provides an insight into clinical spectrum, diagnostic methodology, management strategies, nutraceutical and obesity care, arrhythmia management, coronary intervention, cardiac surgery, rehabilitation, and future directions in cardiodiabetes care. Additionally, the text features discussion on strategies to reduce the growing prevalence of diabetes, and the current pathophysiological understanding of cardiovascular comorbidities in patients with diabetes. More than 500 clinical photographs, illustrations, tables and boxes further enhance the comprehensive text. Key points Nearly 1000 pages providing in depth discussion on diagnosis and management of cardiodiabetes Each chapter addresses a separate issue of clinical relevance Includes future directions in cardiodiabetes care Highly illustrated with more than 500 images, tables and boxes
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Author: John Rosenberg
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Performing Arts
Every film or show that we watch, no matter how great the final cut, has its problems during production. Whether it's a bad performance from an actor, a hole in the story or script, continuity or pacing issues, or something being placed in a shot that shouldn't be, there's no shortage of problems encountered once postproduction has begun. Fixing these problems then becomes the job of the editor. This book provides those editors with creative editing solutions they can employ to overcome these problems and is the key to nursing a sick project back to health in the editing room. Though the book takes an application-agnostic approach, specific solutions are presented for today's most commonly used non-linear editing applications. Solutions more relevant to certain genres are discussed in-depth, as are solutions that editors can employ through the use of simple VFX techniques. Case studies and interviews with Hollywood editors provide readers with real-world problems encountered, and solutions used to overcome them. The companion website provides Quicktime videos and Flash animations visually demonstrating problems and how they were dealt with.
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Author: Oglesby Paul
Publisher: Francis a Countway
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The premier heart specialist of his time, White was recognized as an outstanding bedside doctor, a great teacher, and a widely respected investigator. By his optimism, his pioneer message encouraging physical activity, and his emphasis on avoiding unnecessary invalidism, he changed the outlook of thousands of heart-disease patients for the better.
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Author: Wayne Weiten
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Edition after edition, this comprehensive text for the adjustment course has enjoyed best-seller status in a crowded field. While professors cite the book for its academic credibility and the authors' ability to stay current with ''hot topics,'' students say it's one text they just don't want to stop reading. Its relevant examples spark students' interest in psychology, and its engaging applications that show students how psychology helps them understand themselves and their world. Students and instructors alike find the text and associated workbooks to be a highly readable, engaging, visually appealing package that provide a wealth of personal applications.
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Author: Linda Marsa
Publisher: Scribner Book Company
Category: Business & Economics
A history of the role finance and profits have played in the pharmaceutical industry
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Author: Diviash Thakrar
Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing
Hindus form a significant proportion of society today, and healthcare professionals in all settings and locations need an awareness of their beliefs and cultural expectations, to communicate effectively and provide care in an appropriate manner. This book provides that information in a concise and practical form.With a brief and cohesive overview of Hinduism, and a short examination of the population's demographic diversity, the book explores issues such as language, dress, diet and festivals with emphasis on their practical relevance to healthcare professionals