By taking the initiative to improve your health, you can prevent disease before it is too late.

Throughout the country and around the world, people are dying needlessly every day. Poor health resulting from poor decisions is behind this epidemic, but there’s hope: most of these early deaths could be prevented, and the solution starts with you.

Written by Professor of Pathology Dr. Tim Loy, Unintentional Suicide dissects the most prevalent causes of death in our society—the diseases most likely to touch the lives of you or your loved ones in the future, if they haven’t already affected you in the past.

The book is written from the perspective of a pathologist with the mindset if people could see what I have seen, they might be motivated to change. Graphic disease images are included to illustrate the devastation that could be avoided (See warning at the end of the about the author page). This work opens by taking an in-depth look at these top killers—heart disease, stroke, cancer, COPD, diabetes, cirrhosis, and accidents—with information on causes, symptoms, who is most at risk, solutions for prevention, and statistics that will prove just how effective lifestyle choices can be in fighting back. Loy dedicates the remaining chapters to strategies including exercise plans and practical diet solutions that will help you live a healthier life starting now.

Through simple lifestyle changes, tremendous health benefits are possible. By deconstructing the science behind illness and providing a wellness routine that is easy to maintain, Unintentional Suicide gives you the tools you need to attain a healthier, happier body.