Women's Health Care Revisited for 2012...and Beyond: Simple Advice for Staying Healthy Longer

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"Any doctor who can help women understand and resolve their monthly PMS cycle or the chemistry involved in managing menopause ought to win the Nobel Prize. Dr. Jim Schaller should win such an award."

In this shorter version of his longer work-It's Your Life!-Dr. James Schaller updates the medical advice provided in his 1997 book for women, which challenged them to take control of their own destiny. After delivering over 10,000 babies and counseling thousands of women over a 35-year career, he challenges many of ...

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Overview

"Any doctor who can help women understand and resolve their monthly PMS cycle or the chemistry involved in managing menopause ought to win the Nobel Prize. Dr. Jim Schaller should win such an award."

In this shorter version of his longer work-It's Your Life!-Dr. James Schaller updates the medical advice provided in his 1997 book for women, which challenged them to take control of their own destiny. After delivering over 10,000 babies and counseling thousands of women over a 35-year career, he challenges many of the current but incorrect protocols that govern the advice of his peers in gynecology.

Now retired, this gynecologist shows how two generations of American women have received sub-optimal medical care, thanks to the power and greed of the pharmaceutical industry and the physicians the companies were able to seduce.

Dr. Schaller provides startling examples of how the for-profit corporations have made hundreds of billions of dollars as purveyors of untested, worthless, dangerous, even deadly chemicals to American medical consumers. He traces the story of the seduction of medical education, medical practice and medical research-since 1960 in gynecology and since 1970 in psychiatry.

In the final third of Women's Health Care Revisited, the author draws upon over four decades of experience in a very active obstetrical and gynecologic practice to provide explicit advice on the management of hormonal problems in women, emphasizing treatments that should be rejected and treatments which should be embraced.

Because your future health might be at stake, Dr. Schaller's message is that changes are desperately needed in the way women are treated by the medical profession, specifically for ordinary practices to maintain health, the problems of hormone imbalance and/or deficiency, for cancer prevention and osteoporosis prevention, and for the prevention of cardiovascular disease.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781577332626
  • Publisher: Blue Dolphin Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/10/2012
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.26 (d)

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