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by Carole WeaverPies to Die For is a how-to against the bad stuff of living with metastatic cancer or other lethal diagnoses-the monsters that attack your frame of mind, so you can't enjoy the time you have left. It's also a romp through art appraising; specifically, through the author's husband and his clients who have lost art through death, debt, divorce, and disaster. These stories offer hints about how to cope with something beautiful being gone, or they entertain you with the strangeness of human nature-e... more
by Bryant LuskCardiovascular disease (CVD) is a leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the United States. Worldwide, by 2030, almost 23.6 million people will die from CVDs, mainly from heart disease and stroke. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), these are projected to remain the single leading causes of death. Heart Disease & Hypertension: Vitamin Therapy for a Healthy Heart provides guidance on achieving better heart health through the right ba... more
by Nancy Lynne Harris, M.A.
"What is going on in your own mind is projecting what you are experiencing in your body and in the world, whether or not you are aware of it." Through spiritually driven text, the power of our thoughts and their impact on our body is analyzed in this enlightening guide that provides a step-by-step solution to transforming your mental and physical health. The author proficiently details the thought process required to manifest desired outcomes when projecting positivity. By acknowled... more
by April LaughWhat Flo Eats is a healthy baby weaning book for babies and beyond. In this book, I will show you when to wean, how to introduce your baby to solids, how to make your baby eat healthy with 50 yummy nutritious recipes that are very easy to follow. I have also included a 4-week baby meal planner that will show you when to feed and the right portions to start your baby with. You will enjoy feeding your baby yummy nutritious meals, giving them a healthy start to the future.
by Matthew AlbrachtThe book focuses on the most important dietary keys to vibrant and enlivening health. The four nutrition-focused pillars highlighted within are the most highly leveraged for doing just that. While there are many things you can do in relation to proper nutrition, these four core pillars will give readers the biggest bang for their time and energy.
by Kevin G. Becker Ph.D.With the rush to legalize marijuana, it has been lost in the haze that marijuana is a psychoactive drug. A drug that can lead to serious health problems, in some people. Most vulnerable are adolescents, young adults, and pregnant women, but heavy or chronic use of Weed can also lead to dependence and health complications for people at all ages. The scientific evidence clearly shows effects of Cannabis and Cannabis products on Cognition, Memory, and IQ as well as influencing Psychosis, Anxiety, D... more
by Tracy J
Jo Jo and Nadine are Ninja Wellness Warriors who lead an army of many warriors. These Ninjas need to be fed good choice foods and exercised often so they will be active and able to do their job. Children are captivated by the characters and are inspired to learn how they can keep these little armies alert and active.
by Vivek SharmaWhat's the difference between motherhood and fatherhood? Motherhood is like learning to drive a car. You start tentatively. Once you get the hang of all gears or buttons, it is all about judgement, or mother’s instinct. Fatherhood, on the other hand, is like sitting on a new roller coaster for the first time. You just sit, holding white-knuckle tight. The ride takes you around turns, bends and loops. All you can do is look around to see if something has fallen, or try to avoid the vomit be... more
by Robert TackettYoung adults and teenagers often find themselves the first responders until an adult can be located and called for. This book is designed to be read and discussed with parents or teachers in order to promote knowledge and understanding of what actions can be taken by the young reader. This book will help young adults memorize a practical and systematic approach to helping perform the steps for first aid.
by Lisa Kiersky SchreiberThe Meal Deal helps readers set up their surroundings and use meal planning and other techniques so they can create and practice healthier eating habits for a lifetime.
by Alessandro BoccalettiOur population is facing a global health crisis at the hands of rising obesity rates. But fortunately, Alessandro Boccaletti, a researcher and science-novel writer, is here to show you how you can take responsibility for your health in Big, Fat American Lion Book. Let the comical Big Fat Lion be your guide as you look for simple ways to improve your health. Together, you will learn the factors driving up obesity rates through plenty of eye-opening US and world statistics. Boccaletti not on... more
by J. Joseph Speidel
Dr. Speidel’s book, The Building Blocks of Health––How to Optimize Wellness with a Lifestyle Checklist, provides a science-based strategy to reverse lifestyle-related damage to our health that leads to illness and early death.
Readers will learn: •Why the lifestyle of 95% of Americans is unhealthy. •That a healthy lifestyle can prevent 90% of diabetes, 80% of heart disease, and nearly 50% of cancers. •That an optimal lifestyle can add 10 to 15 years to life •That multiple behavioral fac... more
by Once Upon a DanceDancing Shapes provides an inside glimpse into ballerina Konora’s journey. Konora, whose career has been sidelined by COVID-19, leads readers through warm-up steps, a basic ballet technique lesson, and an exploration of movement and form. With more than fifty poses to contemplate or replicate, aspiring young dancers: • learn basic ballet technique and vocabulary • develop an eye for detail • explore movement concepts • increase body awareness ... more