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      health reference series

      Family Planning and Reproductive Health Sourcebook, 1st Ed.

      By: Kevin Hayes
      Hardcover. 744 pages. May 2021.
      978-0-7808-1895-8. List Price: $97.00

      Consumer health information about family planning, contraception through counseling, maternal mortality, mental health, infertility, and sexually transmitted diseases along with information about safety tips, programs related to family planning, assisted reproductive technology, nutrition tips, a glossary of related terms, and list of resources for additional help.

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      disability series

      Learning and Developmental Disabilities Sourcebook, 1st Edition

      By: Kevin Hayes
      Hardcover. 300 pages. April 2021.
      978-0-7808-1891-0. List Price: $47.00

      Provides basic consumer health information about learning and developmental disabilities; their types, causes, diagnosis, and treatment; and information about caring for people with learning and developmental disabilities, along with school and career options available for them. Includes resources for additional help and information.

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      Prostate and Other Urologic Diseases Sourcebook, 1st Ed.

      By: Kevin Hayes
      Hardcover. 600 pages. March 2021.
      978-0-7808-1846-0. List Price: $97.00

      Provides consumer health information about prostate and urologic diseases, including urinary tract infections, kidney stones, etc.; sexual, reproductive, and bladder problems in men; and facts about prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of prostate and urologic diseases.

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