Health

It’s Not Just Ticks It’s Not Just Lyme by Charles Benjamin Boucher, MD

Dr. Ben Boucher wrote It’s Not Just Ticks, It’s Not Just Lyme to provide the general public as well as…

2 weeks ago

Shadows and Light: A Physician’s Lens on COVID by Heather Patterson, MD

Editor's note: this review previously appeared on the Atlantic Books Today website as part of our ongoing cooperation with them.…

2 months ago

Mushrooming: The Joy of the Quiet Hunt – An Illustrated Guide to the Fascinating, the Delicious, the Deadly and the Strange by Diane Borsato, With Illustrations by Kelsey Oseid

Foraging for wild mushrooms is an increasingly popular pursuit and this beautifully produced volume—filled with insights, anecdotes and details about…

4 months ago

A Life Spent Listening by Hassan Khalili

In A Life Spent Listening, Dr. Hassan Khalili reflects on four decades of being a frontline community psychotherapist and shares…

5 months ago

The Running-Shaped Hole by Robert Earl Stewart

A searching, self-deprecating memoir of a man on his way to eating himself to death before discovering the anxiety and…

6 months ago

The Acid Room: The Psychedelic Trials And Tribulations of Hollywood Hospital By Jesse Donaldson & Erika Dyck

From the street, New Westminster's Hollywood Hospital didn't look like much - just a rambling white mansion, mostly obscured behind…

10 months ago

Don’t Lose Sight: Vanity, incompetence, and my ill-fated left eye by Genevieve A. Chornenki

When Genevieve Chornenki escapes a brush with blindness, things never looked better-city pigeons, people, stainless steel pots. But questions about…

1 year ago

Lyme Disease in Canada by Brian Owens

Author Brian Owens looks at the conflicts that exist in recognizing, diagnosing and treating Lyme disease, and the failed human…

1 year ago

In the Arms of Inup: The extraordinary story of a Guatemalan survivor and his quest for healing from trauma by Eve Mills Allen

Eve Mills Allen, a New Brunswick mental health therapist, has written the profoundly moving story of Jeremias, who at the…

2 years ago

Excerpt: Emotions Don’t Think by Dr. Bruce Hutchison Ph.D.

Dr. Bruce Hutchison describes emotional contagion as one of the most powerful forces at play in society and in politics…

2 years ago

Communication is Care: 9 Empowering Strategies to Guide Patient Healing by Jennifer George

Jennifer George is a physiotherapist and was a primary caregiver for more than 10 14 years. In that time, she…

2 years ago

What’s Not Allowed? A Family Journey with Autism by Teresa Hedley

Lauded by autism leaders and practitioners as “relatable, insightful, joyful and inspiring,” What’s Not Allowed? A Family Journey with Autism…

2 years ago

The Borders of Normal by Manuel Matas, M.D.

As an experienced psychiatrist, Dr. Manuel Matas is very familiar with the science of the human brain—as well as the…

2 years ago

Invisible Wounds: The emotional journey of a police officer’s battle with PTSD by Norm DeVarennes

This book explains how a shy small town boy's mental health changed as he progressed into his policing career. The…

2 years ago

Lightness by Fanie Demeule, trans. by Anita Anand

According to one source, 90% of all anorexics are females. They lose a few pounds but are still not satisfied.…

3 years ago

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