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  • Help! My Room Exploded

    by Annie Eklöv
    Main Points: The focus of this book is three-fold. First, it dives into the root of the problem for many families struggling with ADHD which is parent/child relationships. The question arises how can we have positive relationships and interactions with kids who are constantly on the verge of explosion? Parents can take heart there is an explanation for why you pull away and feel disconnected from edgy, disruptive children. It’s not your fault! You can only take so many negative interactions... more
  • Bad Shot? ASAP: Detox!: How My Own Poisoning Revealed the Truth About the Covid Shots

    by Christine Padovan
    Back in 2013, Christine Padovan met a young woman who became the key to her understanding years later that the Covid-19 shots and most mRNA shots had a similar problem. Christine and other family and friends were slow poisoned by this disturbed woman with heavy metals hidden from view of regular doctor and hospital tests by nano technology. Fast forward to late 2020 through today, and the same symptoms people have experienced when they have received one or more Covid-19 shots were the same sy... more
  • Unthreading The Mysteries of Cancer: A Journey Through Research & Awareness

    by Abu Khatib
    Offering a captivating exploration into the intricate complexities of this pervasive disease. From delving onto the underlying biological mechanisms to examining the latest breakthroughs in treatment modalities, this book takes readers on a compelling journey through the forefront of cancer. With insights from leading experts and compelling narratives of resilience from patients and caregivers, it illuminates the ongoing quest to unthread the mysteries of cancer and offers hope for a future free... more
  • Diets Demystified A Critical Evaluation of Popular Plans

    by Michelle Hall
    Sixteen of today's most popular diets are summarized in one read. With a special section for fitness goals, a pull-out section for grocery lists, and progress charts.
  • The Nine Shifts: The Mind-First Method to Transform Your Body and Your Life

    by Deekron Krikorian
    How many times have we heard the worn-out advice “eat less and move more” as a way of changing our body? Traditional approaches that only focus on diet or exercise often fail to deliver long-term results. That’s because they do not account for the mental, physical, and external obstacles that can derail us from staying consistent with our habits. Accordingly, challenges such as emotional eating, a lack of motivation, an aging body, or life obligations can prevent us from maintaining the bo... more
  • The Alzheimer's/Hearing Aid Paradox: In Search of Sanity

    by Robert Keefer
    In everyday language, the book explains how Johns Hopkins scientists and the NIH showed that 30 million Americans with hearing loss have up to 500% higher risk of dementia (including Alzheimer’s) and falls with broken bones, and yet the vast majority (80%) don’t use hearing aids. It serves as a easy-to-use guidebook to overcome three obstacles (including Medicare policies), so that people can get hearing aids that work as well as advertised and that can dramatically reduce their risk of Alzheim... more
  • Hope for Healing Liver Disease in Your Dog

    by Cyndi Smasal
    In "Hope for Healing Liver Disease in Your Dog," Cyndi Smasal offers a compassionate guide for pet parents navigating the challenging waters of canine liver disease. Drawing from her personal experience with her dog, Norman, Cyndi presents a holistic approach to healing that encompasses the mind, body, and spirit of our four-legged companions. This 20th-anniversary edition is enriched with two decades of research and practical knowledge, featuring natural treatments, liver-friendly recipes, and ... more
  • Strong to Save

    by David Emerson Frost
    Be stronger to die harder and later (as in 7 to 10 years later than most of your demographic peers. Grip these words of strongman Mark Rippetoe, "Strength is a most important thing in life. Whether you believe it or not." Believe Mark and trust me! May I paraphrase what he contends? The essential cornerstone of your physical bank is functional strength. You want and need to move and put things in motion for the next ~ fifty years. I’m not clairvoyant, so I cannot see into the future of 2073 A... more
  • Crafting with Cookie Molds

    by Anne L Watson
    Anne L. Watson, author of "Baking with Cookie Molds" and "Cookie Molds Around the Year," shares tips and projects for using contemporary cookie molds to shape polymer clay in mixed media crafts.
  • Breaking the Cycles of Pain: Soul Secrets

    by Dr Queen Shamala Bessie Davis Smith
    Breaking the Cycles of Pain Soul Secrets is a coming-of-age memoir about a promise that five-year-old Doris made to herself. Her oldest sister had been hurt. Driven to understand her dysfunctional family, Doris began to eavesdrop, question and investigate the world around her. Growing up "Colored' in the segregated South during the 1950s and the 1960s provided Doris with many opportunities to examine her family, the society and herself. When Doris writes well enough, she put the story about her ... more
  • Doc, What Would You Do in My Shoes?: How to Circumnavigate a Cancer Diagnosis

    by Gemaine Owen
    Written from both a physician and patient view, it is intended to empower and guide patients along with caregivers on cancer interventions. It discusses survival, ability to work and end-of-life issues. Critical to good outcomes are nutritional status, ability to forgive and ability to plan ahead. This is a new and focused angle on the patient and how to self-advocate.
  • Not So Fast

    by Marisa Moon, NBC-HWC
    Fast smarter, not harder, with this complete guide to intermittent fasting as a way of life. Not So Fast is a #1 New Release for a compelling reason: other fasting methods lead to results that are short-lived—or, no results at all. Why is that? Because, although intermittent fasting seems like such a simple concept, seven crucial factors complicate the journey and affect its success: 1) The fasting window, 2) The diet and dieting history, 3) Sleep, 4) Stress, 5) Activity level, 6) Hormonal and m... more
  • The Inflammatory Reset

    by Dr. Josh Redd
    For millions of adults suffering from chronic pain, fatigue, depression, and other health issues, The Inflammatory Reset by Dr. Josh Redd offers a 30-day solution to conquering the root cause: inflammation. Embark on a journey to wellness with The Inflammatory Reset—an innovative guide addressing the root cause of widespread health issues. In a national epidemic of fatigue, chronic pain, obesity, depression and autoimmune disease, inflammation emerges as a common adversary inordinately affect... more
  • Finding the Inner Strength to move Forward: A moving and inspirational story of my struggle with Depression.

    by Deryck Romm
    In his autobiography, Deryck Romm shares his personal experience with depression and provides an honest description of his emotional journey. Deryck takes the reader on a thorough trip that begins in childhood and progresses through various periods of youth and early adulthood, asking them to delve into the depths of his emotions, sorrow, and accomplishments.
  • POST: The Essential Guide to Creating Your Postpartum Self-Care Plan in Pregnancy

    by Dr. Emilie Wilson
    Concerned about the hidden dangers postpartum women face, from chronic mental health issues to cardiometabolic conditions? In the face of a maternal healthcare crisis, where women's lives are increasingly at risk, knowledge becomes power. In POST, Dr. Emilie Wilson presents a groundbreaking guide that sheds light on a stark reality: maternal mortality rates are soaring, yet most of these deaths are preventable. Beyond the delivery room, postpartum women face a hidden danger: the risk of chron... more
  • Against All Odds: A Desperate Plea for Human Connection

    by Carola Hauer PHD
    the book addresses the often misunderstood long-term consequences of "complex trauma", which is trauma that occurred between the ages of 0 - 18. New insights into the phenomenon that is perhaps better understood these days by clinicians and professionals working in mental health, but it is still not very well understood by the survivors themselves as well as their supporters, by first responders and or law enforcement, as well as by significant parts of the medical community, the department of ... more