Non- Fiction

It is Only Money, and it Grows on Trees by Cara Macmillan (Book Review #128)

This review was requested by Kelsey Butts. This is a nonfictional book written about a precious commodity, money. It begins with the definition of the subject and what it used to mean. As you know, back in the days’ money was for trade and merchants. It was a way to exchange goods and purchases. However, in the century that we live in, money has gained a much different meaning. Now it also demonstrates status, human value and more. Cara Macmillan not only []

The Power of time by Jean Paul Zogby (Book Review #110)

This review was kindly requested by Jean Paul Zogby. The most valuable commodity in the 21st century is TIME. “The power of time” by Jean Zogby is written with the intentions of providing an insightful look into how we should not attempt to manage time but to use it, in the best way we can. The book at first begins to discuss our understanding of what time is and how we experience it. Then it moves onto referencing the psychological perception of []

Diabetes Type 2 – “Too Sweet for Words” but Don’t Fool with It by James D. Okun, MD

    James D. Okun, MD is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Duke University and of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He is the co-author of The History of New Innovations in Modern Medicine and of Erasing Scars: Herpes and Healing. “Health is not just order; it is the oneness of order and freedom, or order and new possibility” (Eli Siegel in TRO 149 Feb 4, 1976) Diabetes Mellitus type 2 is a disease in which there []