Ada P. Kahn

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Stress A-Z: A Sourcebook for Facing Everyday Challenges

Facing Fears: The Sourcebook for Phobias, Fears and Anxieties

Keeping The Beat: Healthy Aging Through Amateur Chamber Music Playing

The Encyclopedia of Work-Related Injuries, Illnesses and Health Issues

The Encyclopedia of Mental Health

The Encyclopedia of Phobias, Fears and Anxieties

50 Ways to Cope with Menopause

Midlife Health

Menopause: Are The Best Years Ahead?

Diabetes Control and the Kosher Diet

Empower Yourself

Help Yourself To Health Series:

  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Headaches
  • High Blood Pressure

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Ada P. Kahn, Ph.D.; Foreword by Delbert H. Meyer, M.D.

Published: 2006
ISBN: 0816059373
Format: Hardcover

Praise for the previous edition:
"...a useful addition to many libraries."—American Reference Books Annual

Many doctors agree that stress may be a significant factor in nearly 80 percent of their patients’ ailments. The Encyclopedia of Stress and Stress-Related Diseases, Second Edition, provides a clear, comprehensive reference to all types of stress, their causes, their impact on health, and how to cope with and treat them. In more than 800 entries, this revised and updated book covers advances in mental health, new information about stress, and new forms and causes of stress. The bibliography has been expanded, and the resources section has been updated and reorganized for ease of use.

New and revised entries include accidents, chemical hazards, dating, electronic devices, falling merchandise, flexible work hours, gestalt therapy, identity theft, noise, parental after-school stress (PASS), road rage, and social phobias.

Ada P. Kahn, Ph.D.;

Jan Fawcett, M.D.

Published: 2007
ISBN: 0816064547
Format: Hardcover

Excerpts from a review of The Encyclopedia of Mental Health, 3rd edition....Booklist,

May, 2008 

The third edition includes everything from the previous editions (1993 and 2001) and strives to keep pace with our constantly changing world. .. the focus has shifted to embrace contemporary issues  and the coping mechanisms at our disposal. Entries on topics such as aging, culture shock, depression, homelessness, layoffs, migration, post-traumatic stress disorder and road rage reflect current world conditions.

The Encyclopedia of Mental Health presents an excellent broad overview of the mental-health field - topics, prominent names, drugs, and organizations. Geared for general readers, it is intended to complement other resources and is recommended for consumer-health collections.




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