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  • Have you ever wondered if your prescription drugs are really safe?: A summarized expert opinion on drug safety written for every

    by Vera Mihajlovic Madzarevic
    Empowering patients on treatment options allows the proper understanding of expectations and allows them to actively participate in their health care decisions. One component of empowerment is information. Understanding what drugs safety is, permits for better treatment conformity and facilitates the recognition of side effects that may become a serious issue. This book contains information every person that is taking either prescription or over-the -counter medications should have access to. Dr... more
  • Fat-Me-Not, Weight Loss Diet of the Future

    by Myo Nwe, MD
    Did you know that current weight loss techniques and products in the market reflect the knowledge and research of the 1980s? Since then, the science of obesity and weight loss has progressed in leaps and bounds, but no one tells you about it. And it is this knowledge you really need in order to be successful in losing weight and keeping it off. The authors have finally connected the advances in weight-loss science and brought that knowledge from the annals of research journals to your doorst... more
  • The Ebola Survial Kit: Cleanse, Detoxify, Decalcify, Purify,and Protect your body from all forms of Virus, Bacteria, Toxin,Disea

    by C.L. Carmen
    Ebola Survival Kit is a jumpstart guide to optimal health. It is a layperson approach to natural and homeopathic healing.
  • No Pasta? Are You Kidding Me?!? A True Beginner's Guide to Healthy Cooking With Less Wheat, Sugar & Junk

    by Diana Marshall

    "No Pasta?!?" is one woman's journey through the often confusing and intimidating world of healthy cooking and diet advice. It is not an ordinary diet book - rather it tells a story in a lighthearted, personal memoir style. But it also contains suggestions, recommendations and simple recipes that the author created herself to lose weight and recover from various health ailments. The book is an encouraging and easy to understand read for anyone thinking a... more

  • Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors: A Workbook of Hope and Healing

    by Lisa Ferentz, LCSW-C
    Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors offers inspiring, hopeful, creative resources for the millions of male and female adolescents and adults who struggle with eating disorders, addictions, any form of self-mutilation. It is also a workbook for the clinicians who treat them. Using journaling exercises, drawing and collaging prompts, guided imagery, visualizations, and other behavioral techniques, readers will learn how to understand, compassionately work with, and heal from their behaviors r... more
  • Clairvoyant Psychotherapy

    by Susan Feinbloom
    Clairvoyant Psychology, a non-fiction book, describes in depth the process I use to weave clairvoyance into the psychotherapeutic session. The first section details a meditation process that helps my clients focus inward. I teach a three part meditation pattern. Grounding, learning to release, let go, open to new energy. Connecting to Earth Energy – infusing the nurturance and brilliance of nature. Connecting to the Cosmos – tuning into our spiritual nature, guidance and divinity. We come to ... more
  • Surviving Cancer: Our Voices and Choices

    by Marion Behr
    Compiled by author from contributions from Drs, health professionals and survivors. It answers the questions asked by those just diagnosed with cancer "what now" 268 pgs. 35 illustrations of author's sculptures fom radiation cradles. Great Review from Library Journal Sep 1 2014.
  • New Jump Swing Healthy Aging & Athletic Nutrition Program

    by Donald "Spiderman" Thomas

    New Jump Swing Healthy Aging And Athletic Nutrition is a world record sports nutrition program focusing on plant based nutrition and herbs for athletic performance and healthy aging.

    Let Donald 'Spiderman" Thomas show you how through this program he was able to achieve three Guinness World Records in public speaking.

    His topics included:

    The history of herbs in maintaining physical fitness and vegetarian athletic nutrition.

    In these pages you will learn how to... more

  • A Small Guide to Losing Big - From the Nutritionist for NBC's The Biggest Loser

    by Cheryl Forberg RD

    After 15 seasons as nutritionist for NBC’s The Biggest Loser, Cheryl Forberg has uncovered startling facts about typical eating and lifestyle habits that cause millions of Americans to gain untold pounds each year. But more importantly, she also knows how to use that information and turn it around to promote weight loss. We’ve all seen the weight loss success of the hundreds of people Cheryl has helped in her years “behind the scenes” at NBC's The Bigg... more

  • Getting Ready for Baby: The Practical Parent's Organizer

    by Hélène Tragos Stelian

    With tips on everything from finding the perfect obstetrician to choosing the right baby gear, Getting Ready for Baby will ease first-time mothers from pregnancy to birth and beyond. An information guide, organizer, and record book all in one, everything a mother-to-be needs is stashed in this handy and portable planner.

    Building on the success of the original Getting Ready for Baby, this brand new edition offers even more:

    • Completely updated charts and checklists
    &bul... more

  • Work. Pump. Repeat.

    by Jessica Shortall

    Going back to work while trying to breastfeed is stressful and confusing. And in a world overflowing with more parenting books than you can shake a positive pregnancy stick at, these resources gloss over how hard working and breastfeeding is.

    This book is for the million women a year - in America alone - who go back to work while breastfeeding. It offers the modern mama a straight-to-the-point resource on how to survive working and breastfeeding, based on the experiences of hundreds of ... more

  • What You Can Learn From Your Teenager: Lessons in Parenting and Personal Growth

    by Jean-Pierre Kallanian M.Ed.
    This innovative book provides a teenage inspired framework for developing your own, individualized approach toward a stronger relationship with your son or daughter. Within eight lessons are tips, dialogues, stories, analogies, and charts to help you better understand the particular dynamics and interactions between you and your child. Each lesson is capped-off with an explanation of what you can learn from your teenager and a summary of key takeaways. By combining psychology, philosophy, and pr... more
  • Farming Soul: A Tale of Initiation

    by Patricia Damery
    A psychological and spiritual reckoning, Farming Soul, by practicing Jungian analyst and Demeter certified biodynamic organic farmer Patricia Damery, questions theories and assumptions dating back to the early 1900's and the days of Freud, assumptions which have too often separated spirituality from psychology. Suffering the trials of her own individuation process, Patricia Damery finds answers through a series of unconventional teachers and her relationship to the psyche and to the land – answe... more
  • Structurally Sound: Renovating the Middle-Aged Body

    by Jonathan Paull
    Structurally Sound - Renovating the Middle-Aged Body is written from the perspective of a Medical Exercise Specialist with more than 10 years of clinical experience in a physiotherapy and sports injuries clinic. The global population is aging, and as that happens, health concerns are increasing for middle-aged people, both men and women. Attempts to rectify health issues have created an epidemic of biomechanical injuries. More than 80% of the population have experienced or will experience some k... more
  • The ABCs of Yoga for Kids

    by Teresa Anne Power
    The ABCs of Yoga for Kids uses the alphabet, rhyming vignettes, and colorful illustrations to introduce children to yoga in a kid-friendly way. Each of the fifty-six different poses featured in the book delightfully promote flexibility, strength, and coordination while encouraging children to incorporate healthy activity into their daily lives. Yoga is a noncompetitive form of exercise, suitable for children (and adults) of all ages and athletic abilities. Any activity for young children is impo... more
  • In Search of a New Morality

    by Wolfgang Mack
    Questions that all of us are facing: Why have our codes of moral behavior changed so much in the last few decades?- How are we to deal with our new sexual freedoms, at school, at the work place and in our social lives? - What are we to do to help young people develop healthy attitudes on their sex lives? - And why do we get so worked up over occasional sexual missteps of people in power positions when we should be paying a lot more attention to the Morality of their policies? In his... more

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