Take Love Twice Daily: Essays, Tales, and Love Poems (Paperback)
"Take Love Twice Daily" is a collection of 25 essays and tales about the nature of love, as well as seven short love poems. The book is divided into five sections. Each section provides the reader with a unique perspective on the subject of love. The book is the second in "The Dr. Madjar Trilogy." The first book, "Is Life Too Long? Essays about Life, Death, and Other Trivial Matters," was well-received by readers, who have described it as "personal," "captivating," "thought-provoking," "entertaining," and "delightful."The third book, "The Diet Diary," will include essays about food, dieting, and the art of eating well, as well as recipes for an Israeli brunch extravaganza. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Shahar Madjar, MD, MBA, is an Israeli-born urologist practicing in the remote, cold Upper Peninsula of Michigan (population 300,000). His medical training took him to different parts of the world: Tel Aviv, Israel; London, England; Miami, Florida; Cleveland, Ohio; Jackson, Mississippi; and Stony Brook, New York. Dr. Madjar is a former fellow at the University of Miami, Clinical Associate at the Cleveland Clinic, and Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology at the State University of New York, Stony Brook. He has published more than 50 articles in the medical literature and has presented his research internationally. For the past several years, Dr. Madjar has been writing a popular medical column for The Mining Journal, and for The Mining Gazette, the two leading daily newspapers of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He lives with his wife and three sons in Marquette, Michigan.