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Health, Diet & Parenting
by John F. Murray
Most people certainly agree that the “growing up” part of life is more agreeable and productive than the “growing old” part. As this book emphasizes, growing old both happens by itself, inexorably, and is often compounded by harmful lifestyles, and always concludes with its inevitable unwanted ending. How Aging Works: What Science Can Do About It, offers new scientific understanding about what occurs as people grow old, and provides simple, easy to carry out recommendations on... more
by Tetteh J. ZutahThis manual is the progeny of a thorough research into the most authoritative academic and practical materials that play in the complex area of Nursing Communication
by Yonason Herschlag
Maimonides & Metabolism: Unique Scientific Breakthroughs in Weight Loss. A Scientific Diet Book & Amazon Best Seller. "A considerably deeper and more rigorous treatment of the subject than normally offered." - Kirkus Reviews. Hundreds of cutting edge studies backing up the recommendations of Maimonides and the Talmud, 16 charts, 14 graphs/diagrams/pictures, 358 footnote references, a glossary and bibliography.
Get the keys to sustainable weight loss—reduce hunger, speed up met... more
by Dr. Carla Fry & Dr. Lisa FerrariDo you think you are raising an entitled child? Find out if you are unintentionally encouraging them to want, want, want all the time. Entitled children are not born; they are made. In this Modern Parents Guide, you’ll find out how to enrich your children’s lives by making gratitude and kindness real to them. Based on the latest in science and psychological research, this book will teach you the practical skills to buffer the effects of entitlement and turn your family around. • Discover why YOU... more
by Sally BlackFamily vacations and their memories are one of the greatest gifts parents can give their kids. On average most moms and dads get about 15 chances to create memorable travel experiences together before their kids head off to college. There are no "do overs" for a bad vacation. This book, Fearless Family Vacations - make everyone happy without losing your mind offers travel planning help for all types of modern families with kids of all ages. Written by an experienced travel agent who offers insi... more
by Marietta PritchardWhere would we like to die? The Way to Go looks at a small residential hospice that provides compassionate and expert care at the end of life. The author, a volunteer there for eight years, has combined narratives of patients' lives with excerpts from her own journals, as well as sketches of a devoted staff. This is a layered, candid portrait of a place where the author and others would be content to live out their days -- the way to go.
by Jessica AlexanderDenmark has been voted as one of the happiest countries in the world for over 40 years in a row. Countless articles and studies have been devoted to discovering the reasons why. But the results are always unclear. In this groundbreaking book, respected Danish psychotherapist and American author Sandahl and Alexander claim to have uncovered the real secret to the Danes happiness. And it is, quite simply, in their upbringing. Danish parents raise happy children who grow up to be happy adults wh... more
by Derek DoepkerCan you really create habits that stick in only 5 minutes a day? Whether it's an exercise routine, daily meditation practice, or any other healthy habit, you can permanently program your brain to make it effortless when you understand a few psychological principles. Discover how to finally create better habits in only 5 minutes a day using the latest breakthroughs in the research on habit development and behavior change. This unconventional 21 day program walks you step by step through ... more
by Zahie El Kouri"In clear and candid prose, Zahie El Kouri has written a valuable how-to guide for family members and friends of women dealing with fertility issues. With practical advice on a multitude of topics, she demystifies the emotions surrounding conception difficulties and provides us with tools that enable understanding and compassion." --Melissa Hart, Wild Within: How Rescuing Owls Inspired a Family "Don't Tell Her to Relax is an invaluable and powerful resource for the millions of friends and family... more
by Farrar CeladaExperience has shown that by having a clear understanding of your fertility plan can lead to shorter, more effective fertility treatment. The Smart Couple's Guide To Getting Pregnant, An Integrated Approach offers answers to the tough questions that may not be answered in a typical fertility or gynecology clinic. Based on the experience of a fertility acupuncturist working with IVF patients for over 15 years, Dr. Celada gives clear advice on natural ways to enhance your fertility as a couple alo... more
by Dr. Terry RondbergIs it time to reboot and recharge your brain? Learn how a new brain-based wellness system can restore your health, or prevent health issues from occurring in the first place. This is a unique system of healing, and safe, natural healthcare. It enhances the body's ability to do what it does best... self-heal! Dr. Terry Rondberg's career has been dedicated to providing people wellness care that is clinically proven and trustworthy. Bioenergy brain health is grounded in the latest neuroscienc... more
by Sean M. Wheeler, MDWhat if everything you were told about chronic low-back pain were wrong? UPRISE shines a spotlight on the failures of medical establishments that prevent sufferers of back pain from ever getting their pain under control. By imagining and treating the body as the unique, sensitive, and interconnected instrument that it is, Dr. Sean Wheeler has introduced an approach to back pain liberation that is nothing short of revolutionary in the way we treat chronic low-back pain.
by Julian A. CoxThis book clears up the myths related to purifying systems and their use in the home. The fallacies related to air pollutants, asthma, and respiratory disease are examined in light of science, where the human body is championed as the most effective purifying system of all. In place of expensive and ineffective machines, you are shown how to purify the home and work environments in the most efficient, healthy, and cost-effective ways. You also learn the fundamental role that plants play in remov... more
by Pat Hanson, Ph.DBorn of one woman’s quest to become part of the lives of two grandchildren she has been kept from seeing, Invisible Grandparenting provides a blueprint for ‘virtual grandparenting.’ There are millions of Invisible Grandparents who because of personality conflicts, custody issues, distance, or consequences of choices made long ago, have no way to pass values and memories to those who mean the most to them. Using letter writing as a primary tool, it is a handbook for communicating tangible and int... more
by Rachel Straub, MS, CSCS
The exercise will never hurt you—only improper form causes injury. Master the essentials of proper weight training and be safe while performing the squat, lunge, leg press, lat pulldown, reverse fly, bench press, chest fly, shoulder press, shoulder raise, biceps curl, triceps extension, plank, and more!
With over 350 full-color, step-by-step photos, Weight Training Without Injury’s unique, revolutionary approach teaches right from wrong at every step with metic... more
by Dr. Annette Nunez and Maylene Visaya, LPCThis book is designed to demonstrate that a typical child's understanding of friendship is the same as that of a child with autism. A single snapshot of a child is not indicative of whether or not he/she can form deep and meaningful friendships. Every child shows care for one another in different ways. Just because a child with autism may not display what we perceive or interpret as a deep connection, does not mean that the connections aren’t meaningful to them. We hope that this book will teac... more