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on February 21, 2001
I found this book very helpful in making sense out of the confusing array of alternative therapies out there these days. Ms. Horstman provides a no-nonsense overview of many traditional healing techniques, together with a comprehensive bibliography and medical references. The organization of the book makes it very easy to use, too. Overall, this book shows a high level of quality on all levels, and is a valuable resource for those of us in search of health and healing!
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on September 24, 2001
When this book was first released, I gave a copy to my 75-year-old mother, who has osteoarthritis. Over and over, she's told me about consulting this book when trying to decide whether or not to try some remedy that a friend has suggested. She feels that it has kept her from spending a fortune on snake oil, and has made her bold enough to try alternative approaches that have been helpful, such as glucosamine-chondroitin supplements. Obviously it was the perfect gift.
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on February 15, 2000
Hortsman's book is a veritable gold mine of information about living an active life with arthritis. It will prove itself useful to people who have arthritis, loved ones, and the medical community. There is so much to be learned! The information is presented in a completely accessible way. Hortsman has demystified arthritis and offered an enormous array of treatments. Resources abound. This is "must" reading for anyone who is affected by arthritis!
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on March 12, 2000
Overall, a finely-written and much needed compendium of arthritis information. Judith Horstman did a wonderful job of sifting through the medical literature to produce an easy-to-access resource for the (often) confusing world of alternative arthritis treatments.
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on December 8, 1999
Horstman's book is full of great information about what different alternative therapies can and cannot do--takes the mystery out of getting help for the varieties of arthritis problems. It is well-researched and beautifully presented.
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on January 6, 2000
This is the first time I've seen such a comprehensive collection of therapies for arthritis. It is very easy to read and understand. This book will be very helpful to millions of people worldwide.
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on October 2, 1999
This book is chock full of invaluable info, in a lucid and easy to read style...I'm giving it to anyone I know who suffers, or knows someone who suffers, with arthritis.
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on September 29, 1999
This book offers information on such a wide range of Therapies. It is packed with helpful info and visually pleasing to look at.
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