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

The Emerald Diamond By Charley Rosen

The Emerald Diamond By Charley Rosen
The Emerald Diamond By Charley Rosen

The history of the Irish in baseball is much richer than anyone realizes. From early discrimination to later domination, from Mike Kelly, a society star in the 1880s, to the managerial fame of Connie Mack (né McGillicuddy), early Irish players and managers helped shape the game of baseball in every way. From the first curveball to the first players' unions, Irishmen took America's national pastime and made it their own, turning it into the glorious game we know today, as more recent players have kept ali

Ve the Irish tradition of setting records.A wild, fun, fact-filled celebration of the Irish in baseball, The Emerald Diamond intersperses interviews with current players with tales of such players as Dan Brouthers, who at 6'2" and well over 200 pounds, was the game's home-run king until Babe Ruth came along; and includes lively anecdotes about such colorfully nicknamed ballplayers as Tony "the Count" Mullane, Mike "King" Kelly, James "Pud" Galvin, Hugh "One-Arm" Daily, Frank "Silk" O'Loughlin, and "Iron Man" Joe McGinnity. Just a few of the great Irish athletes featured as well are Mickey Cochrane (for whom Mickey Mantle was named); Charles Comiskey; Ed Walsh, the last pitcher to win 40 games in a single season; and Ed Delahanty, whose prodigious life and mysterious death continue to be a source of intrigue. With decade-by-decade profiles of exciting Irish figures on the field and off, The Emerald Diamond also offers important discussion on cultural and political themes relevant to their times


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