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100 1  Low Dog, Tieraona. 
245 10 Life is your best medicine:|ba woman's guide to health, 
       healing, and wholeness at every age|h[Hoopla electronic 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bBlackstone Audio, Inc. :|bMade 
       available through hoopla,|c2012. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (8hr., 01 min.)) :
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Hillary Huber. 
520    "The division between conventional and traditional 
       medicine is as artificial as the division between science 
       and nature. They can be woven together in a fashion that 
       meets our physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. This 
       is the foundation upon which integrative medicine is 
       built."-Tieraona Low Dog, MD In Life Is Your Best Medicine,
       Dr. Low Dog weaves together the wisdom of traditional 
       medicine and the knowledge of modern-day medicine into an 
       elegant message of health and self-affirmation for women 
       of every age. This is a book that can be read cover to 
       cover but also dipped into for inspiration or insight 
       about a particular physical or mental health issue or 
       remedy. We learn that, despite the widespread availability
       of pharmaceutical medications, advanced surgical care, and
       state-of-the-art medical technology, chronic illness now 
       affects more than 50 percent of the American population. 
       The evidence is overwhelmingly clear that much of the 
       chronic disease we are confronting in the United States 
       has its roots in the way we live our lives. Research shows
       that if Americans embraced a healthier lifestyle-which 
       includes a balance between rest and exercise, wholesome 
       nutrition, healthy weight, positive social interactions, 
       stress management, not smoking, limited alcohol use, and 
       no or limited exposure to toxic chemicals-then we could 
       prevent 93 percent of diabetes, 81 percent of heart 
       attacks, 50 percent of strokes, and 36 percent of all 
       cancers. This means that each one of us has the power to 
       shift the odds of being healthy in our favor. If you do 
       get sick, being fit gives you a much better chance for 
       getting well. Your health has a great deal more to do with
       your lifestyle and a lot less to do with taking 
       prescription drugs than most people realize. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
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650  0 Diet|vPopular works.|vSound recordings. 
650  0 Exercise|vPopular works.|vSound recordings. 
650  0 Self-care, Health|zUnited States|vPopular works.|vSound 
700 1  Huber, Hillary. 
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