La guia de Buena Salud sobre la diabetes y tu vida By Jane L. Delgado PhD

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La guia de Buena Salud sobre la diabetes y tu vida By Jane L. Delgado PhD
Esta invalorable guía incluye los casos de personas con diabetes y explica todo lo que los lectores deben saber acerca del trastorno que ha afectado vidas en la mayoría de las familias hispanas:los factores que contribuyen al surgimiento de la diabetes y formas De prevenirla los tipos de diabetes y su cambiante definición opciones de tratamiento, entre ellas medicamentos y cambios de estilo de vida y dieta el programa de 10 puntos de la Dra. Delgado para evitar y controlar la diabetes una guía de consulta rápida con datos, términos y pruebas de diagnóstico para la diabetes preguntas clave para tu proveedor de servicios de salud herramientas para ayudarte a tomar las riendas de tu salud dónde obtener información fidedigna por Internet, tanto en inglés como español, y más

God's Middle Finger By Richard Grant

God's Middle Finger By Richard Grant
God's Middle Finger By Richard Grant

Twenty miles south of the Arizona-Mexico border, the rugged, beautiful Sierra Madre mountains begin their dramatic ascent. Almost 900 miles long, the range climbs to nearly 11,000 feet and boasts several canyons deeper than the Grand Canyon. The rules of law and society have never taken hold in the Sierra Madre, which is home to bandits, drug smugglers, Mormons, cave-dwelling Tarahumara Indians, opium farmers, cowboys, and other assorted outcasts. Outsiders are not welcome; drugs are the primary source of income; murder is all but a regional p

Astime. The Mexican army occasionally goes in to burn marijuana and opium crops -- the modern treasure of the Sierra Madre -- but otherwise the government stays away. In its stead are the drug lords, who have made it one of the biggest drug-producing areas in the world. Fifteen years ago, journalist Richard Grant developed what he calls "an unfortunate fascination" with this lawless place. Locals warned that he would meet his death there, but he didn't believe them -- until his last trip. During his travels Grant visited a folk healer for his insomnia and was prescribed rattlesnake pills, attended bizarre religious rituals, consorted with cocaine-snorting policemen, taught English to Guarijio Indians, and dug for buried treasure. On his last visit, his reckless adventure spiraled into his own personal heart of darkness when cocaine-fueled Mexican hillbillies hunted him through the woods all night, bent on killing him for sport. With gorgeous detail, fascinating insight, and an undercurrent of dark humor, God's Middle Finger brings to vivid life a truly unique and uncharted world


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