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A comprehensive book on the female voice by one of the best specialists, who works with people whose voice is their primary tool: teachers, singers, men and women politicians.
The Love of Sugar and the Risk of Diabetes
How to avoid developing diabetes: identifying the first warning signs and understanding our craving for sugar
Luis Alvarez, Véronique Cayol
Psychology and Psychiatry of Pregnancy Becoming a Mother
The great upheaval of motherhood
Sylvie Angel, Pierre Angel
To avert medical errors with Medical Simulation
Models, role play, serious games, quizzes: a comprehensive description of materials and technical resources available today that can help caregivers and trainees in their practice. An outreach work aimed at ensuring that we are all aware of the importance of critical pedagogical practice in improving the quality of care that we tend to take for granted.
François Ansermet, Pierre Magistretti
The Enigmas of Pleasure Between Psychoanalysis and Neurosciences
A fascinating exploration of some contemporary forms of malaise, individual and collective: destructiveness, fanaticism, violence, as well as boredom, depression, dependence on gadgets, hyperactivity and addictions
Laura Arnal, Charlotte Guttinger
I Beat Lyme’s Disease
With climate change, there is a risk of a proliferation of ticks and contractions of the disease. The book reads like a novel; alongside the main story, other accounts illuminate the struggles of Lyme disease sufferers.
What to do to overcome asthma, an increasingly common disorder among children and teenagers?
Hélène Cardin, Danielle Messager, Françoise Barré-Sinoussi
The AIDS Revolution
Thirty years after the groundbreaking discovery of the HIV virus, its co-discoverer assesses today’s social and medical situation.
The Generation of the Pill
After meeting Gregory Pincus, the inventor of the pill, E. Baulieu, a young researcher and hormone specialist, found himself at the heart of one of society s most burning controversies: contraception. This is his story; his own contribution to contraception, RU 486, the first contragestive pill, and his reflections on the ethical debate it provoked.
Jean Becchio, Bruno Suarez
What is New in Hypnosis From Hypnosis to Consciousness Activation
A subject that arouses very broad interest, approached here without the usual esoteric or spiritualist connotations, backed by the most recent advances in the neurosciences, and with very illuminating clinical cases.
Hypnosis, or How to Make Healthcare More Humane
Using hypnosis to improve personal healthcare