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USE OF JINGLES: This book uses jingles to convey information needed to remember how to live a happier and more rewarding life. The jingles are followed by medical explanations to expand on the meaning and effect of advice contained in the jingle. All advice is for self-help and self-prevention, not necessarily requiring visits to the doctor’s office. It is amazing what one can do to avoid the cost of hospitals and medical treatments! The jingle stanzas, all 442 of them, convey in a memorable way much of what a person can do to avoid many costly procedures. The book is 298 pages in length with 19 chapters. IN FOUR PARTS: This book consists of four parts. Part I (Informative Jingles) introduces jingles and informs us of their use and usefulness as a way to help remember or recall important self-care advice. Part II (Preventative) describes ways to prevent serious diseases. Part III (Curative) provides advice on self-care for memory improvement, better sleep, less stress, fewer colds and headaches, heart disease, strokes, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s. Part IV (Redemptive) provides access to an index of jingles (page267) a glossary of terms (page 285), a description of chapters (page 293), and lists of other medical websites. THE JOY OF JINGLES: The rhythmic nature and sing-song character of a jingle is enough by itself to praise its format. But the joy is in its ease of recall, and in knowing that medical advice stems from the finest medical institutions in the United States.
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RHYMES FOR FUN: As reviewed by New York Times best-selling author Ellen Tanner Marsh: Healthy Jingles for the Mind and Body is not merely a collection of jingles. It is also a medical discussion of various health issues mostly suffered by adults and this innovative book boils complicated medical discussion down into a fun bit of rhyme that is more easily digested and retained. This is important because (according to the authors) the typical reader of books on medical advice is an adult worried or anxious about some major health issue. The approach is particularly important for adult patients whose illnesses may mean they are not at their best, particularly in terms of learning and remembering. RHYMES FOR RECALL: According to Authors Press Release: The idea and concept for a book like: Healthy Jingles for the Mind and Body is so simple it borders on literary and medical genius. Here's a professional doctor teaching us about serious subjects like heart disease and making it lighthearted in an interesting and intelligent form. Healthy Jingles touches on everything from losing weight, stop smoking, to improve memory, sleep better, headaches, and colds. Healthy jingles are also provided to prevent and care for anxieties, heart disease, strokes, cancer, diabetes, loss of memory, and Alzheimer's disease. RHYMES FOR REMEMBERING: "HEALTHY JINGLES FOR THE MIND AND BODY" is a memorable and effective book, according to Authors Press Release: "Books are fun and never grow old; Great books are worth their weight in Gold.About the Author:
Vernon Quarstein Ph.D. and Linda Dumanowski R.N. RECOGNITION: Dr. Quarstein Ph.D., a member of the Rotarian Club is the lead author of the book Healthy Jingles for the Mind and Body. Dr. Quarstein was selected among 286,000 members of Madison Who’s Who to be “Member of the Year” for exemplary professional achievement and distinguished contributions to the business community. He is featured along with two British personalities in the 2007-2008 Edition of the Madison Executive and Professional Registry. Nurse Dumanowski, RN, contributed her knowledge and experiences while working as a prenatal nurse supervisor and nurses’ educator for prenatal classes in California. EDUCATION: Dr. Quarstein holds a BS degree from the USMA, West Point, NY, an MBA from the College of William and Mary, and a Ph.D. in Business Admin from Virginia Commonwealth University. Before retirement he served as Tenured Full Professor at Saint Leo University, and as business professor at Old Dominion University and Hampton University. He is a Colonel, US Army (Ret.). Nurse Dumanowski trained at Stanford University and holds an RN. PUBLICATIONS: Dr. Quarstein has published many peer reviewed research articles in academic and professional journals. He has authored 3 Health and Fitness books. They are: Life, Limbs and the Pursuit of Happiness; Healthy Jingles for the Mind and Body; and Healthy Jingles for Kids: Walking and Running. He employs jingles to illuminate text for fun and for ready recall.
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