Books in category Health & Fitness – Safety

  • Germs Biological Warfare Vaccinations

    Germs, Biological Warfare, Vaccinations
    Gary Null, James Feast

    In response to deepening concerns of the threat of germ warfare and bioterrorism, this is the first book to discuss traditional methods of combating germ warfare while also offering simple, natural alternative approaches to preventing and …

  • Elevator and Escalator Rescue

    Elevator and Escalator Rescue
    Theodore Lee Jarboe, John O’Donoghue

    Written by firefighters for firefighters, Elevator and Escalator Rescue: A Comprehensive Guide contains important information for technical rescue members, training officers, and fire company members alike.

  • Safety in Museums and Galleries

    Safety in Museums and Galleries
    F. Howie

    The final section covers access to health and safety information and approaches to safety training by professional organizations. This book will be of interest to museum curators and others interested in museum safety.

  • How Not to Die

    How Not to Die
    Jan Garavaglia, M.D.

    Thousands of people make an early exit each year and arrive on medical examiner Jan Garavaglia’s table. What is particularly sad about this is that many of these deaths could easily have been prevented.

  • Hair Loss

    Hair Loss
    Jordi B.

    It's the ultimate go-to guide. – Curtis Bunn, founder of the National Book Club conference and bestselling author

  • Dating 911

    Dating 911
    Dennis Nagy, Chief Dennis Nagy (Ret)

    Written by a career police chief, it offers solid tips on what to do-and what not to do, when meeting someone online. If you, or anyone you know, is involved in computer match making-THIS IS THE BOOK TO READ.

  • The Patient Survival Guide

    The Patient Survival Guide
    Maryanne McGuckin, Toni L. Goldfarb, Peter Pronovost

    Explains what to do to prevent acquiring infections not only in hospitals, but also in day-care centers, schools, business offices and other places. Original.

  • Surviving Your Doctors

    Surviving Your Doctors
    Richard S. Klein

    This book, written from an insider's perspective, walks readers through the potential hazards of healthcare and offers guidance for how to avoid injury or worse.

  • Parties Dorms and Social Norms

    Parties, Dorms and Social Norms
    Lisa M. Meeks, Tracy Loye Masterson

    This handbook is filled with the information that young people with ASD say they want (and need) to know about alcohol and drugs, social media and online safety, relationship types and boundaries, safe sex, stress and emotional health, and …

  • A Guide to Improvised Weaponry

    A Guide to Improvised Weaponry
    Terry Schappert, Adam Slutsky

    "Shows readers how to defend themselves in any situation and how to turn any item into a potentially life-saving weapon"–

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