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A brief history of the art form of tattooing leads into Hayley Imbriani's brush with death at age 25 from the toxic side-effects of her tattoos, and her well-researched information about the dangers of tattooing! Today, Imbriani is a healthy and happy Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Chiropractic Assistant, and Advanced Graduate of Nutrition Response Testing® developed Freddie Ulan, DC, CCN, who wrote the book's foreword. TOX-SICK GIRL gives people with tattoos, and those considering getting one or more for the first time, the opportunity to make informed choices about getting tattoos or not, based on information and data that Imbriani never had before she got inked.The co-author, Ronald Joseph Kule, is an acclaimed and internationally published novelist, biographer, and ghostwriter, whose several published book titles consistently receive five stars on review and span several genres, including the biographies, Chef Tell The Biography of America's Pioneer TV showman chef, foreword by Regis Philbin; Conversations with Animals, From Farm Girl to Pioneering Veterinarian, the Dr. Ava Frick Story, foreword by Dr. Michael W. Fox, DVM - Dr. Frick is a Founding Inductee to the Animal Chiropractic Hall of Fame; and Living Beyond Impossible, the Terry Hitchcock Story, foreword by 9-time International Bestselling Author Tracy Repchuk - many people call Terry the "REAL Forrest Gump."
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|Author||: Hayley Joseph Imbriani|
|File||: 32 Pages|