This new edition of Elder Care Made Easier offers page after page of advice and strategies to make elder care easier. The author Marion Somers, Ph.D., has spent forty-five years as an elder care specialist; her book is loaded with tips and resources.
American’s battle with alcohol and drugs rages on. It’s estimated that one out of ten Americans has fallen into an addiction trap. Addiction therapist Timothy Wulff, MSW, brings us The Addiction Battle—Three Tools to End it Now, which will be off the press in August. Wulff helps you discover where your greatest strengths are buried and teaches you how to use their hidden power to overcome addiction. He teaches readers how to redefine the terms anger, selfishness, and trouble-making, and make them key tools in shaping your actions from a new, healthy perspective.
Each year, more than three million Americans undergo cataract surgery. It is the most commonly performed surgery in the nation. Authors Robert K. Maloney, MD, and Neda Shamie, MD, are ophthalmologists, who have performed thousands of cataract surgeries. In their book, Cataract Surgery—A Patient’s Guide to Treatment, they answer commonly-asked questions about the procedure and address the concerns many patients have about modern cataract surgery.
Addicus Books has signed two attorneys for the forthcoming book, Divorce in New Hampshire. The authors are Dana Prescott, Esq., a partner with the law firm Prescott, Jamieson, and Murphy, LCC, in Saco, Maine, and Jessica Ecker, an attorney with Weibrecht and Ecker in Dover, New Hampshire. The book is scheduled for release in early 2021.
The second edition of Elder Care Made Easier, by Marion Somers, Ph.D., will be released in late Summer 2020. Dr. Somers has spent the last forty years as an elder care specialist, dispensing strategies and advice to make life easier for both caregivers and aging loved ones.
See Better Now offers the latest information on vision correction surgery, including LASIK and other procedures, including implantable contact lenses and refractive lens exchange. The implantable contact lens is placed in the eye right behind the iris and lens. For the refractive lens exchange, the natural lens is removed and replaced with a lens designed to improve your vision. The authors are Robert K. Maloney, M.D. and Neda Shamie, M.D., both part of the Maloney-Shamie Vision Institute in Los Angeles.
Later this Spring, Addicus Books will release Cataract Surgery—A Patient’s Guide to Treatment, Second Edition. The authors are noted ophthalmologists Robert K. Maloney, M.D. and Neda Shamie, M.D., both of Los Angeles.
In 1958, nineteen-year-old Charles Starkweather became one of the nation’s first spree killers, murdering eleven people in Nebraska and Wyoming. He kidnapped his fifteen-year-old girlfriend, Caril Fugate, forcing her to accompany him on the spree. He told Caril if she didn’t obey, he would murder her parents and baby sister. Little did she know, he had already killed them.
Days later, both were captured and went on trial. Starkweather claimed Fugate helped with the murders, but she was, in fact, innocent. Still, she was charged with murder and sentenced to life in prison; however, after eighteen years, she was paroled in 1976. In 2017 Fugate applied for a pardon. Three years later, The Nebraska Pardons Board refused to hear her case at a pardon’s board meeting in February 2020. Her request for pardon was denied.