Science and Inquiry discussion

26 views
Self-Promotion (Authors) > Part 1/2: The New Controversy Over Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Guidelines

Comments Showing 1-9 of 9 (9 new)    post a comment »
dateDown arrow    newest »

message 1: by Leonardo (new)

Leonardo Noto (leonardonoto) | 113 comments New on "The Health and Medical Blog with a Personality, www.leonardonoto.com."


message 2: by David (new)

David Rubenstein | 916 comments Mod
Interesting article, Leonardo!


message 3: by Daisy (new)

Daisy (bellisperennis) | 26 comments Great picture!

Your article is interesting and it compliments a book that I'm currently reading, The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted And the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, And Long-term Health by T. Colin Campbell.


message 4: by Leonardo (last edited Feb 07, 2014 03:09PM) (new)

Leonardo Noto (leonardonoto) | 113 comments THE LIFE OF A COLONIAL FUGITIVE

Free on Amazon Until March 10th at http://www.amazon.com/Life-Colonial-F...

Free for your Nook, Kobo, iPad, etc. until March 10th at Smashwords.com:
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/...

An historical thriller based in the American Revolution. Young Jonathan E. Lee is falsely accused of heinous war crimes by his treacherous regimental commander! Jonathan is forced to flee the colonies to save his neck from the hangman's noose, fighting his way across a stormy Atlantic and then joining a mercenary army that is deploying to warring Siam, a kingdom that is squirming under the iron-fist of a madman.

Greetings! I am Dr. Leonardo Noto, a former military battalion surgeon. The idea for "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive" was born out of my passion for American military history and my enthusiasm for the sport of muay Thai (Thai boxing). While training in a Thai boxing camp during the days and working on a novel based in the American Revolution during the nights, I noticed that Thai history during the 1780s was as turbulent as the American history of the period. After two years of detailed research, including nearly forty references, "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive" was born. I hope that you enjoy reading my novel as much as I enjoyed writing it!

Dr. Leonardo Noto
Practicing Physician and Author of "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive," "The Cannabinoid Hypothesis," "Intrusive Memory," and "Medical School 101."

Please visit my blog, "The Health and Medical Blog with a Personality," at www.leonardonoto.com. Thanks for reading!

The Life of a Colonial Fugitive by Leonardo Noto The Cannabinoid Hypothesis by Leonardo Noto Intrusive Memory by Leonardo Antony Noto MEDICAL SCHOOL 101 A Quick Guide for the Busy Premed or the Lost Medical Student by Leonardo Noto


message 5: by Leonardo (new)

Leonardo Noto (leonardonoto) | 113 comments Thanks for the kind words, Daisy and David.


message 6: by Daisy (last edited Feb 07, 2014 05:18PM) (new)

Daisy (bellisperennis) | 26 comments Your book The Life of a Colonial Fugitive is tempting. As you mention on Amazon, it was a turbulent time period for both countries. A book that I'm currently reading touches on the Revolution a little and at the moment I'm drawn to literature where the story-line is situated Asian countries.


message 7: by Kevin (new)

Kevin (kevinhallock) | 24 comments Interesting article, but one of the challenges is that those clinical trials aim to identify the best indications for a population, although medically we're all very individual.


message 8: by Leonardo (new)

Leonardo Noto (leonardonoto) | 113 comments Kevin wrote: "Interesting article, but one of the challenges is that those clinical trials aim to identify the best indications for a population, although medically we're all very individual."

Absolutely!


message 9: by Leonardo (new)

Leonardo Noto (leonardonoto) | 113 comments In case there are any historical fiction/military thriller fans out there, my novel "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive" is free on all ereaders until March 10th.

Free on Amazon Until March 10th at http://www.amazon.com/Life-Colonial-F...

Free for your Nook, Kobo, iPad, etc. until March 10th at Smashwords.com:
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/...

An historical thriller based in the American Revolution. Young Jonathan E. Lee is falsely accused of heinous war crimes by his treacherous regimental commander! Jonathan is forced to flee the colonies to save his neck from the hangman's noose, fighting his way across a stormy Atlantic and then joining a mercenary army that is deploying to warring Siam, a kingdom that is squirming under the iron-fist of a madman.

Greetings! I am Dr. Leonardo Noto, a former military battalion surgeon. The idea for "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive" was born out of my passion for American military history and my enthusiasm for the sport of muay Thai (Thai boxing). While training in a Thai boxing camp during the days and working on a novel based in the American Revolution during the nights, I noticed that Thai history during the 1780s was as turbulent as the American history of the period. After two years of detailed research, including nearly forty references, "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive" was born. I hope that you enjoy reading my novel as much as I enjoyed writing it!

Dr. Leonardo Noto
Practicing Physician and Author of "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive," "The Cannabinoid Hypothesis," "Intrusive Memory," and "Medical School 101."

Please visit my blog, "The Health and Medical Blog with a Personality," at www.leonardonoto.com. Thanks for reading!

The Life of a Colonial Fugitive by Leonardo Noto The Cannabinoid Hypothesis by Leonardo Noto Intrusive Memory by Leonardo Antony Noto MEDICAL SCHOOL 101 A Quick Guide for the Busy Premed or the Lost Medical Student by Leonardo Noto


back to top