Health Control the Common Sense Way
by Dr. William Logan, M.D.
As we grow, many parts of our body stop working or get depleted. The process usually begins between thirty and thirty-five years of age, depending on how well youve taken care of yourself up to that point. But it happens to everyone. We all reach the crossroads.
In his book, using neither fancy projections nor impractical goals, Dr. Logan will give it to you straight and guide you on how to control your weight, lose your excess weight, maintain your appropriate weight, and live healthy in a safe approach, by learning to use the basics and, of course, your common sense.
About the Author:
Dr. William Logan, M.D., finished his bachelor of science degree at the Mississippi State University. He earned his medical degree at Emory University. He is a fellow in the American College of Surgeons, American College of Chest Physicians, American College of Cardiology, and American College of Angiology.
(2016, Paperback, 42 pages)