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  • Off Balance: The American Way of Health: A Pharmacist's Perspective on Why Drugs Don't Work

    by Leyla Ali
    Dr. Leyla Ali's shares her unique perspective of a failing healthcare system in a colorful and easy-to-read format. Doctors and pharmaceutical drugs are the standard healthcare today, yet doctors are no longer trained in the basics of health, only drugs. As a result, patients are staying on medications for years only to get sicker and sicker when then are often simple and natural solutions that would better serve them. After reading the book, the readers should be educated and empowered to make ... more
  • My Toddler's First Words: A Step-By-Step Guide to Jump-Start, Track, and Expand Your Toddler's Language

    by Kimberly Scanlon
    Is your toddler struggling with his or her first words? Would you like to learn strategies to help your toddler talk? Discover evidence-based techniques to model, elicit, track, and expand your toddler’s language. Speech language pathologist and bestselling author Kimberly Scanlon specializes in helping toddlers find their voice. Now she’s here to help you build a strong foundation for your child’s early communication skills. With expert guidance, you’ll discover what to expect from your... more
  • Lazy Keto. The Simple Guide to lose weight the Lazy way.: How I lost over 70 pounds with the few easy steps.

    by Ashley perkins
    Are you ready to lose weight the lazy way? Ashley Perkins lost over 70 pounds with these few simple steps, inspired by the Ketogenic Lifestyle. Ashley will guide you to achieving your weight loss goals big or small by following steps that helped her. Lets have some fun, while starting this Lazy Keto Journey together!!
  • Mother's Thoughts for the Day: 25 Years of Wisdom

    by M.C. Sungaila
    A collection of sage advice from a mother to her daughter, spanning the start of her daughter's career to the present day, compiled here into a beautiful gift book that celebrates the mother-daughter relationship and brings these messages of love, courage, and strength to a new generation of daughters. These are words that every daughter should carry with her on her journey through life.
  • Tales from the Couch

    by Mark Agresti
    Tales From the Couch is a book which gives fictional stories of patience. Within the stories describing different types of psychiatric illnesses treatments and effects and friends and families.
  • Master Your Emotions

    by Thibaut Meurisse

    Struggling to let go of negative emotions? Discover a step-by-step process to living a happier, more fulfilling life.

    Weighed down by negativity? Are painful emotions keeping you from doing the things you love? Author and coach Thibaut Meurisse wants to help you take back your life. Through his latest book, you’ll learn exactly how to regain control of your emotions to build the hopeful future you deserve.

    Master Your Emotions: A Practical Guide to Overcome Negativity an... more

  • Abundantly Well the Wise Woman Way

    by Susun S. Weed
    "Abundantly Well," 20 years in the making, introduces The Seven Medicines - Serenity, Story, Energy, Lifestyle, Alternative, Pharmaceutical, and Deep Medicine - to help individuals maintain and regain health. Introduction by Patch Adams M.D. Fully indexed, lavishly illustrated, yummy recipes. Side-by-side guides compare drugs and herbs. Clear instructions offer simple choices for optimum health. "Abundantly Well" is the sixth book in the best-selling Wise Woman Herbal Series.
  • The Stress Eating Solution: A Proven, Neuroscience Method for Ending Overeating

    by Laurel Mellin, PhD
    Stress eating, mindless eating, food addiction, and binge eating are caused by neural pathways in the emotional brain. The method is evidence-based and each took is carefully crafted for easy use and quick results. The book contains three books in one! Begin by discovering the neural pathway in your brain that triggers overeating, and learn what it is seeking through overeating (safety, love, comfort, or pleasure). Next, use simple emotional tools to de-activate that wire, so cravings stop on th... more
  • Origin & Insertion Charts for Massage Therapists

    by Thomas Vas-Don
    This book was written to make it easier to understand the principals of massage, anatomy, trigger points, and referral pain patterns. In this book, you will see the body broken down into sections from origin and insertions, range of motion, to pain referral patterns with pictures. This book was designed for students, but it will be a great benefit and addition to everyone.
  • Alone Together: Why Your Kids Are Watching Others Play

    by R. K. Holliday
    This book helps the older generation understand why kids today love watching other people play video games on streaming sites such as and
  • How's Your Prostate?

    by Kenneth D. Michaels

    A psychotherapist for several years, Ken felt equipped to help clients master many types of trauma. But when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he realized he needed support and guidance through the physical and emotional challenges. Thankfully, Ken’s doctors caught his cancer early and treated it successfully. Ken has been in remission for ten years, and he’s used this gift of time to understand his emotions as a man grappling with this disease. Incorporating acceptance and h... more

  • Elemis Facial Vary According to Skin Situation

    by Edward Lewis
    We all need a pampering session in our busy routine. We all demand for a luxury spa treatment as it can relax and gives soothing effects to soul, mind and body. My friend told me she went for a facial last week. I was impressed because her experience was too good. She told me that when she arrived management took her into a beautiful relaxing room. Room was with dim lights and lots of couches. They served her breakfast with fruits, pastries and yoghurt. Then the girls started talking to her ... more
  • Trimming Your Waistline: Ten Steps to Better Health and Fitness

    by Rebecca Matheny
    Obesity among American adults is reaching an alarming level, presenting medical and emotional challenges for the individuals and their families. In Trimming Your Waistline, author Dr. R. Matheny, a registered dietitian, provides practical advice to prevent or correct weight problems in men and women that are reducing their quality of life. Also helpful for health professionals in weight management and the paraprofessionals who assist them, Matheny gives information about the following wei... more
  • Face to Face: Cultivating Kids' Social Lives in Today's Digital World

    by Ruth Matinko-Wald
    * Explore the impact of screens on kids' brains and lives * Discover tools and touchstones for deep connection * Foster empathy and build resilience * Address bullying and peer aggression * Together, create stronger families and communities
  • Powerful Choices, Powerful Life

    by Sharon Good

    Throughout history, philosophers, psychologists and seekers have been searching for the key to a happy life. Could it be that something as simple as your day-to-day choices is that key?


    Powerful Choices, Powerful Life offers wisdom, tips and a Toolbox for Choice to help you utilize choice as a pathway to creating the life you want.


    In this compact, user-friendly book, you’ll learn:

    •  Why Is Choice So Powerful?

    •&... more

  • The Well-Balanced Family: Reduce Screen Time and Increase Family Fun, Fitness and Connectedness

    by Robert Myers, PhD
    It's no secret that we spend more time with our devices than with our loved ones. And although it provides a solution for family members looking to reduce their screen time, at its heart The Well-Balanced Family is about learning to take the newly-available time and channel it toward strengthening family connections, spending more quality time together, and supporting each other in developing healthy, productive, and enjoyable lifestyles. The Well-Balanced Family focuses on four areas: Conne... more