The Principles of Endodontics, Third Edition is a contemporary and easy to read guide on why and how safe and effective endodontic treatment is carried out. Fully illustrated, it is an ideal introduction to endodontics.
The story of pain and suffering since the eighteenth century. Prize-winning historian Joanna Bourke charts how our understanding of pain (and how to cope with it) has changed completely over the last three centuries.
Using the hormonal changes that occur around menopause as a springboard to transition from a woman's reproductive years to her self-productive years, this book gives positive, life-affirming guidance on how to make the second half of life, the best half.
Describes relationship between degenerative disease and physiological malfunction within the body. This book demonstrates how an integrated therapy, which draws on a variety of approaches, may be used to assess the body as a whole and to promote restoration of health, without the use of expensive drugs or equipment.
Ankylosing spondilitis is a chronic form of arthritis known to affect around 1 in 200 people (over 1 million sufferers in the USA alone). Ankylosing spondilitis: the facts is the first mass market book to be published on this important disease, written by someone who in not only a leading expert on AS, but is affected by it himself.