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Title:What's Wrong With me? The Frustrated Parent's Guide to Getting an Accurate Diagnosis
Price:AUD$12.00 (about USD$8.10)
Item ID:LB00-247952
Publisher:McGraw-Hill, USA, 2005
Binding:Trade Paperback
Condition:Very Good
McGraw-Hill, 2005, Trade Paperback, Book Condition: Very Good

"What's Wrong with Me?" makes a clear and convincing case that anyone can help themselves get an accurate diagnosis, no matter how complicated the malady. A "must" for you or someone you love who is having a tough time navigating the medical maze with anything from unexplained back pain to unidentified children's ailments' - Judge Marilyn Milian of "The People's Court". From persistent stomachaches to inexplicable skin rashes, recurring infections, and chronic pain, millions of people suffer with misdiagnosed or undiagnosed medical conditions. Overburdened doctors and an often frustrating medical system leave patients no option but to take charge of their own medical care.Written by two "mystery malady" patients, "What's Wrong With Me?" centers around the Eight Steps to Self-Diagnosis, an easy-to-follow program designed to help you take charge of your health, in conjunction with your doctor's advice. Through numerous case studies covering a wide array of conditions, you will learn how to: develop and track down the clues that may lead to a correct diagnosis; choose the right physicians and create a team of medical care professionals, and learn how to work with them for your benefit; use the Internet in search of valid medical clues; and, find relief from suffering and learn techniques to live well despite your mystery illness, including advice on dealing with chronic pain, insomnia, and emotional stress. 272 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Self Help; Medicine & Health; health. ISBN: 0071435069. ISBN/EAN: 9780071435062. Inventory No: 247952.
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