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This international award-winning bestseller that resonates with all ages is earning rave reviews from who readers call it “A Mentor in a Book.”

Jill J. Johnson
Compounding your Confidence

Dying From Dirty Teeth-Book

Angie’s passion for elders began 13 years ago when her mother in law was placed in a nursing home.   Since then she has been working with nursing home facilities and oral care specialists to improve the oral health of this population.  Dying From Dirty Teeth is a compilation of all the things she has learned while traveling this path.

Angie Stone, RDH, BS
Founder and CEO, HyLife Oral Health Alliance
Author, Amazon Best Selling Book, Dying From Dirty Teeth

Ten Rules for growing old with dignity-Book

Book by Richard H. Cox, MD, PHD, DMIN

Aging is a phenomenon that can only be avoided by death. There is no handbook for growing up or growing old. In spite of the fact that every appliance, vehicle, and mechanical thing comes with a limited warranty, an instruction handbook, and return policies – the human does not.

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Books by Richard H. Cox, MD, PHD, DMIN

Dementia Beyond Drugs-Book

G. Allen Power, MD

If you could provide a life more affirming and meaningful than current care practices provide, would you do it? Of course, you would! But how? Now the resource you need to make this possible is within our grasp. Dementia Beyond Drugs will enable you to change the way you provide care.

Twila Brase

There are serious dangers lurking behind the government’s $30 billion electronic health record (EHR) experiment. This omnipresent technology turns doctors into data clerks and shifts attention from patients to paperwork–while health plans, government agencies, and the health data industry profit.

Passion for Patients

Lee Beecher, MD

with Dave Racer MLitt

During his 43-year career in medicine, Dr. Lee Beecher watched the transformation of healthcare from the confines of independent doctors working closely with patients, to today’s centralized, top-down system where processes and protocols often override the physician’s discretion.