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Healing and the Mind

Healing and the Mind
by Bill Moyers, David Grubin, Betty Sue Flowers
Hardcover (1993)

Healing and the Mind

In the best-selling companion volume to the PBS series, acclaimed television journalist Bill Moyers explores the fascinating, complex, powerful connection between mind and body in human health. Ancient medical science told us our minds and bodies are one. So did philosophers of old. Now, modern science and new research are helping us to understand these connections. In Healing And The Mind, Bill Moyers talks with physicians, scientists, therapists, and patients -- people who are taking a new look at the meaning of sickness and health. In a series of fascinating and provocative interviews, he discusses their search for answers to perplexing questions: How do emotions translate into chemicals in our bodies? How do thoughts and feelings influence health? How can we collaborate with our bodies to encourage healing? With the incisive style that has made Bill Moyers's skills as an interviewer legendary, Healing And The Mind is destined to influence how America thinks about sickness and health.

Healing and the Mind Healing and the Mind
/Cassettes (abridged from the paperback)
by Bill Moyers
Audio Cassette Cassettes edition (1993)

Mind Body Medicine:
How to Use Your Mind for Better Health
by Daniel Goleman, Joel Gurin
Paperback (1995)

Providing current information on the crucial role the mind plays in health, an analysis of the mind/body connection by several contributors offers clear, detailed explanations for consumers and presents specific techniques for using the mind to achieve better health.
This book on how thoughts and emotion affect your health combines consumer-oriented pragmatic advice with a solid research base. Edited by a New York Times behavioral science writer and a Consumer Reports science editor, the book discusses the connection between stress and disease; the mind's role in pain, heart disease, cancer, and other ailments; and mind/body approaches to health.

Living Creatively With Chronic Illness Living Creatively With Chronic Illness:
Developing Skills for Transcending the Loss, Pain, and Frustration
by Eugenie Wheeler
Paperback (1989)

Midwest Book Review
Living Creatively with Chronic Illness: Developing Skills for Transcending the Loss, Pain and Frustration is a self-help book specifically designed to help the chronically ill, their families, friends, counselors, medical personnel, and the clergy. Living Creatively with Chronic Illness has examples and profiles of exceptional physically challenged people who have transcended the pain and fear that chronic illness brings. . Living Creatively with Chronic Illness is a "must have" acquisition selection for any hospital, clinic, or public library collection.

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