April 25, 2023

They are going to kill us all: How the Corporate Elite are Killing You

Kevin Kazakevich’s They are going to kill us all doubles as a critique of the U.S. healthcare system and a promotion for his personal approach to preventative medicine.

Noting incorrectly that the U.S. spends $9,000 per capita on health care (currently it’s closer to $13,000), Kazakevich reports European countries spend half as much but enjoy […]


November 8, 2022

The Medical Jungle: A Pioneering Surgeon’s Battle to Revolutionize Vascular Care and Challenge the Medical Mafia

Until the early 1970s, patients with lower limbs affected with gangrene traditionally received amputation. When a young surgeon working at New York’s Montefiore Hospital helped develop better techniques for vascular repair, however, up to 90% of affected limbs were eventually saved. This marked the beginning of a pioneering career that established author Frank J. Veith […]


March 23, 2022

Cutthroat: A Surgeon’s Fight against Big Government, Corrupt Businessmen, and a Broken Healthcare System

Written as a warning to others, Dr. Steven J. Cyr’s book discusses the pitfalls of being a physician entrepreneur and the severe legal challenges to himself, his family, and his surgical spine practice that he eventually surmounted.

Cyr, who practices as the world’s only dual fellowship-trained orthopedic/cosmetic surgeon, is no medical neophyte. He served as […]


November 15, 2021

Hydrogen Medicine: Combining Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Co2

In this alternative medicine book, Dr. Mark Sircus, a Brazilian acupuncturist and honorary doctor of oriental and pastoral medicine, discusses hydrogen therapy and how it can treat disease and enhance health.

Sircus posits that hydrogen gas’s anti-inflammatory effects may provide antioxidant intervention for a range of conditions, including COVID-19 infection, cardiovascular disease, psychiatric disorders, neurodegenerative […]


August 30, 2021

French Surgery of the Eighteenth Century

In his French Surgery of the Eighteenth Century, Serge J. Dos offers an extraordinary compression of facts, anecdotes, biographical portraits, procedural descriptions and lists of inventions, aiming to show how 18th century Paris “had become the greatest center for surgery,” and how the creation of the Royal Academy of Surgery “outshone all other achievements.” In […]


January 4, 2021

Hear Our Cry

Hear Our Cry recalls Dr. Aletha W. Tippett’s “twenty-year journey…through the world of wounds, amputations and limb salvage,” complete with full-color illustrations.

This book is not for the faint of heart. Readers will need to steel themselves to view images of gangrenous limbs and amputated feet—not to mention pictures of therapy maggots—among other wound issues […]


October 19, 2020

Breathless Sleep…no more: A compelling case study

Sleep apnea, the temporary cessation of breathing during sleep, affects more than 100 million individuals worldwide, notes author Paul Rodriguez. In Breathless Sleep…no more, he shares his personal struggle with the condition and his discovery of the Buteyko Breathing Method, a technique that improved his apnea.

Rodriguez knows from experience how disturbed sleep can physically […]