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N of the human body and the factors that impact its constitution Drawn from seven diverse categories including lifestyle and preventive medicine; the mind; medical milestones; drugs and alternative treatments; sexuality and reproduction; diseases and ailments; and children and adolescents these 365 entries are as inf. This volume is part of a series by the same publisher in the vein of An Incomplete Education written in the same time period These books are really uick references for someone who wants to learn a small amount of information one page about a substantive topic It also is a way for a graduate to review and expand what they learned or didn t learn in college As such this book especially marks a brief return to the liberal arts which are out of favor today Bravo

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The Intellectual Devotional Health: Revive Your Mind, Complete Your Education, and Digest a Daily Dose of Wellness Wisdom (The Intellectual Devotional Series)

Ormative as they are functional From aspirin to the x ray headaches to Hippocrates Viagra to influenza The Intellectual Devotional Health will revive the mind and rejuvenate the body Sure to please devoted intellectuals and newcomers alike this timely volume sheds new light on an endlessly fascinating subject ourselv. This has so far been my favorite of the Intellectual Devotional Series I bought them allHealth is a really fascinating topic and if it interests you in any way you will enjoy this book

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In this fourth installment of the New York Times best selling Intellectual Devotional series authors Noah Oppenheim and David Kidder have partnered with Bruce K Young MD to offer a year's worth of medical knowledge and wellness wisdom Each daily dose in this infectious volume offers insight into the mysterious terrai. I love all of the Intellectual Devotional books There are 5 of them and I have them all I m a nurse aide with no desire to be a nurse though but I thought it d be good to freshen up my education a bit by learning than what I already know It covers a lot Every page is something different and interesting I just love these books Great way to learn Even for those who think they know everything already


10 thoughts on “The Intellectual Devotional Health: Revive Your Mind, Complete Your Education, and Digest a Daily Dose of Wellness Wisdom (The Intellectual Devotional Series)

  1. says:

    It took us almost a year to finish The Intellectual Devotional: Health, eleven months to be exact. We started on October 20, 2015 and finished the last week in September 2016. My husband and I have read several of the books in the Intellectual Devotional series. I have to say that this was our least favorite, so far. Each week was divided int

  2. says:

    I love all of the 'Intellectual Devotional' books. There are 5 of them, and I have them all. I'm a nurse aide, with no desire to be a nurse thou

  3. says:

    I enjoyed this format and concept. But perhaps it is because the information is almost a decade old, but some of it was out of date and other, just wrong. Particularly the nutrition advice. Other than that, this covers a wide range health and wellness topics history of medicine and procedures, anatomy, medicine

  4. says:

    Like other devotions of the authors, this book touches a topic per day of the year that supposedly one should read similarly, one per day. The topics are varied but grouped into seven different categories, one for each day of the week. It's pr

  5. says:

    This volume is part of a series by the same publisher in the vein of “An Incomplete Education” written in the same time period. These books are really quick references for someone who wants to learn a small amount of information (one page) about a substantive topic. It also is a way for a graduate to review and expand what they learned or didn’t learn in college. As such, this book especially marks a brief return to the liberal arts

  6. says:

    I am reading this book as a page a day devotional so I have not read it completely. What I have read has been very interest. The style of this like others by David S. Kidder is an easy reading daily item related to health t

  7. says:

    This has so far been my favorite of the Intellectual Devotional Series (I bought them all).

    Health is a really fascinating topic, and if it interests you in any way, you will enjoy this book!

  8. says:

    Perfect for those who want to broaden their knowledge in the medical field. Great vignettes on a broad array of medical topics. I bu

  9. says:

    Loved it!

  10. says:

    I was disappointed with the poor make of the book. The pages on the side was completely uneven. It feels like I got a cheap knockoff.