Meet the Author! Getting to Know Sarah Zadek – Author of “It Takes Two… And A Uterus”

Meet the Author! Reader Views talks to Dr. Sarah Zadek about her new book, It Takes Two… And a Uterus: The Ultimate Guide to Understanding and Enhancing Your Fertility. … More Meet the Author! Getting to Know Sarah Zadek – Author of “It Takes Two… And A Uterus”

“It Takes Two…And a Uterus” by Dr. Sarah Zadek

Author Dr. Sarah Zadek is a naturopathic doctor, focused on hormonal health at a fertility-centered clinic. Her near decade experience lends well to crafting a read that targets a larger audience in their own fertility journey. With topics such as the egg, the sperm, the embryo, diet, sleep, exercise, sex, stress, toxins, and more, this is an all-encompassing read for anyone desperately seeking more guidance. Dr. Zadek also shares her own personal path to fertility, and while the lifestyle choices may seem daunting at first glance, they are all strategies and changes personally made by her on her own route to becoming a parent. … More “It Takes Two…And a Uterus” by Dr. Sarah Zadek

“Hitler’s Maladies and Their Impact on World War II” by Tom Hutton

Tom Hutton, MD, Ph.D., is a groundbreaking, in-depth examination of ancestry, physical ailments, and psychological mindset behind history’s most infamous killer. The information within offers a broad survey into the complexity of Hitler’s personality, paired with the research backed by an expert in the clinical neurological medical field. The traditional review of the nature versus nurture psychology is touched on, with the addition of updated medical and scientific findings for a fresh approach to clinical diagnosis. Respectfully, Dr. Hutton’s research does not make excuses for the cruelty and prejudices Hitler’s regime afflicted upon the world but confirms both physical and mental illness as a catalyst to the relentless drive and ultimate downfall of an unstable being. … More “Hitler’s Maladies and Their Impact on World War II” by Tom Hutton

“Sound Advice” by Robin C. Abbott

Even though I am deaf, I chose this book to review because I was curious about the claim it espoused on how sound could help someone who was struggling with SPD, Autism, and ADHD. I was certainly intrigued! So I dove into the reading of this book in order to learn just what kind of therapeutic and healing benefits sound can play for someone in the neurodivergent spectrum. … More “Sound Advice” by Robin C. Abbott

“Hair Loss: Options for Restoration and Reversal” by Gustavo J. Gomez

Since time began, humans have felt pride, envy, and vain over their or another’s appearance. The way in which someone portrays themselves outwardly toward others strongly impacts first impressions and brings about judgment regarding everything about them. The styles of clothing, hair, makeup, etc. have changed much over the centuries, with the changes being either subtle or severe, but noticeable and capable of changing. … More “Hair Loss: Options for Restoration and Reversal” by Gustavo J. Gomez

“Fit to Eat” by Millie Osborne

Dr. Millie Osborne has created a comprehensive guide backed by years of scientific studies that break free of traditional diet and exercise beliefs to create a proactive, preventative approach to chronic disease. The wealth of information “Fit To Eat” provides its reader is eye-opening and will change the way patients interact with the healthcare industry. It is through accurate knowledge and healthy lifestyle changes that chronic illnesses can not only be faced but eradicated in future generations.  … More “Fit to Eat” by Millie Osborne

“Stroke Recovery: What Now?” by Tracy L. Markley

After a patient has a stroke, they need to continue the recovery process once being discharged from the hospital. In Ms. Tracy Markley’s book, “Stroke Recovery What Now?: When Physical Therapy Ends, But Your Recovery Continues,” the author shares her knowledge of teaching her readers the medical terms they need to know and the exercises they can do to continue their recovery process after their hospital stay. … More “Stroke Recovery: What Now?” by Tracy L. Markley

“Biomechanics of Your Body” by Tracy L. Markley

Tracy L. Markley has written and received awards for many books of her books centering on health and the human body; much of her background and education revolves around fitness education with a mile-long resume to serve as her credentials. With a clear passion for the field of physical fitness, “Biomechanics of Your Body: A Simplified Way to Learn Human Movement and Muscles” reads similar to a textbook (but much more interesting!), with the facts, science, and helpful diagrams displayed alongside advice and suggestions given by the author to ensure proper form and safety are followed, to prevent harm to the individual. The information covers nearly every part of the inner workings of the human body, mainly separated into two main categories of skeletal bones and muscles, but branching into specific areas, such as where the muscles are located (i.e., abdominal, upper body, spine, back, hips, legs, etc.).

So the reader isn’t left in the dark, confused, and wondering what various terms mean, helpful definitions are provided that cover slightly more than two pages. Following the definitions are some movement illustrations with detailed instructions on how to perform the movement and the muscles that are activated while doing each one to learn their importance and relevance to either your specific and targeted health goals or your goals overall for general physical health (that *bonus* can improve mental and emotional health as well!). … More “Biomechanics of Your Body” by Tracy L. Markley

“Fragile Minds” by Diane Lane Chambers

“Fragile Minds: An Advocate’s Story” by Diane Lane Chambers sheds light on how our Government’s legislature ties the hands of both families and healthcare facilities trying to help people with serious mental issues. Currently, a person can only be held for seventy-two hours for observation unless the patient themselves signs legal forms requesting care. After that period of time they are released back onto the streets despite being a danger to themselves or others. Ms. Chambers’ forty years of experience as a sign language interpreter has brought her to the front lines of this crisis. It is through her first-hand accounts the reader discovers the revolving door of untreated mental illness and governmental red tape preventing real results.   … More “Fragile Minds” by Diane Lane Chambers