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

But Wait ... There's More! By Remy Stern

But Wait ... There's More! By Remy Stern
But Wait ... There's More! By Remy Stern

Whether it was a Ginsu knife, George Foreman Grill, Tony Robbins' motivational book, kitchen device by Ron Popeil, or any of the countless other famous products that have been marketed on infomercials over the years, admit it: you or someone you know has bought one?and you're not alone. Last year, one out of every three Americans picked up the phone and ordered a product from a television infomercial or home shopping network, and in But Wait . . . There's More! journalist (and infomercial addict) Remy Stern offers a lively, behind-the-scenes exploration of this enormous business?one that markets the world's most outrageous products using the most outrageous tactics. Don't let the kitschy exterior fool you: behind the laughab

Le demonstrations, goofy grins, and cheesy dialogue lies an industry larger than the film and music industries combined. The first book of its kind, But Wait . . . There's More! exposes the never-before-told story of the infomercial and home shopping phenomenon in all its excessive glory and its meteoric rise to become one of the most profitable businesses in America. Along the way, Stern details the history behind the classic products and introduces readers to some of the most famous (and infamous) pitchmen and personalities in the business, including Tony Robbins, Billy Mays, Ron Popeil, Tony Little, Suzanne Somers, Kevin Trudeau, and Joe Francis. He also presents an in-depth look at the business behind the camera?the canny sales strategies, clever psychological tools, and occasionally questionable tactics marketers have used to get us to open up our wallets and spend, spend, spend.Stern's eye-opening account also offers a penetrating look at how late-night television conquered the American consumer and provides insight into modern American culture: our rampant consumerism, our desire for instant riches, and our collective dream of perfect abs, unblemished skin, and gleaming white teeth. Both a compelling business story and a thoroughly entertaining piece of investigative journalism (with a touch of muckraking and social satire), But Wait . . . There's More! will ensure that you never look at those too-good-to-be-true deals the same way again


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