A Noted Health Expert Releases Innovative E-Book on Gout


San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/06/2013 -- Graham Player (Ph.D. in Health Sciences), author of several scholarly articles and books on health, has just released his newest work “27 Most Important Health Questions About Gout: Not for Dummies Answers” which will be offered as an e-Book on Kindle. The book is on the Amazon Best Seller List.

“This is an important book for men," Player said,” Gout is one of the 10 most searched terms for men on the internet. For people suffering from Gout, finding fast answers is critical. It is your quick learning guide: save days of research, get trusted and creditable information."

“Most medical books are long and complicated, over loaded with medical jargon. I wanted to give readers the most important Q&A’s from my survey of over 1,000 questions in a 20 minute read with along with a Gout mhealth mobile app. To my knowledge, this is first time a medical book and mhealth app have been tied together.” Player said.

Among the topics covered are:

Causes of Gout
Symptoms and Diagnosis of Gout
Prevention of Gout
Treatment Options-Medication
Treatment Options-Alternative Approach
Living with Gout

Player’s books are reviewed by a medical advisory board.

“The information written in this book is comprehensive, significant, and consistent with general medical knowledge and practice. It is a comfortable read”….Dr. Jose Vergara M.D.

Based in Hong Kong, Player has invested over 30 years in the study of traditional Chinese medicine. He practices this with Western medicine to develop a program for a more holistic and long-term health with a focus on nutrition.

“I am pleased with the development of our FREE mHealth app which allow a user to get Quick Answers on Gout on their smartphone. ” Player said.

Player intends to write more books on a variety of health issues in the near future to create a broad footprint across many disease areas.

Contact Information:
Graham Player Ph.D.
Medical Publisher
New Victory House
Hong Kong
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