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When Muscle Pain Won't
Go Away: The Relief
Handbook for Fibromyalgia
and Chronic Muscle Pain
By Gayle Backstrom with Bernard R. Rubin
pproximately 10 million Americans suffer
from fibromyalgia - a rheumatic syndrome
pain, stiffness and
patients are misdi- 1
agnosed and mis-
treated for years
because of lack of
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handbook provides D Berna R b
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a history of the
duces symptoms and characteristics, surveys med-
ical and nonmedical treatments, and offers
guidelines for managing fibromyalgia.
Bernard R. Rubin, D.O., is chief of rheumatology and a
professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the
UNT Health Science Center at Fort Worth. He is the doc-
tor of Gayle Backstrom, who has fibromyalgia.
Stephen F. Austin,
Empresario of Texas
By Gregg Cantrell
Yale University Press
he first full-length biography of Austin to be
published in more than 70 years, Stephen F.
Austin, Empresario of Texas was submitted by its
publisher for consideration for the 2001 Pulitzer
Prize for Biography. The book was the winner of
the Kate Broocks Bates Award from the Texas State
Historical Association, the Award of Merit from the
uban offers new perspectives on the fiction of
Henry James Jr., author of the 19th-century
novels The Wings of the Dove and The Portrait of a Lady.
He shows how the
rThe Nature of"True Virtue
elder Henry lames'
religious views and , ,
socialism influ- onnon
enced Henry James
Jr.'s writing and also
influenced the work
of his other son,
William James, a
Ph.D., is a professor of English and director of the Office
of Postgraduate Studies at the University of North Texas.
tion for State and
Local History, the
Award from the
Society of Texas
among other hon-
ors. In what he
calls a "warts and all" biography, Cantrell covers
Austin's negative as well as positive qualities. He
also focuses on his personal side in addition to his
public career - something previous biographers
of Austin did not do.
Gregg Cantrell, Ph.D., is an associate professor of his-
tory at the University of North Texas.
The Nature of True Virtue:
Theology, Psychology, and
Politics in the Writings
of Henry James Sr.,
Henry James Jr.,
and William James
By lames Duban
Farleigh Dickinson University Press
Vance T. Holliday and
n the past 10 to 20
years, an informal
has grown into a for-
mal integration of
earth sciences and
archaeology on a sig-
nificant scale. Earth
Sciences and Archaeol-
ogy presents reviews
of how practical methods from the earth sciences
can contribute to archaeological research. The
book includes such topics as fluvial landscapes,
soils and sediments, remote sensing and tech-
niques for dating artifacts beyond the range of
C. Reid Ferring, Ph.D., is a professor and chair of the
Department of Geography at the University of North
Texas. Paul Goldberg is an associate professor of geo-
archaeology at Boston University. Vance T. Holliday is a
professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin-
Principles of Hydrogeology
By Paul F. Hudak
n introduction to groundwater science, this
book covers the fundamental concepts of
hydrogeology and current trends in the groundwa-
ter industry. Topics include aquifers, monitoring
wells, groundwater flow, well hydraulics, ground-
water pollution and remediation. The book serves
.J ll K-,i ) IbauI
Edited by Paul Goldberg,
C. Reid Ferring
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