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  • Transplant Handbook for Patients: Replacing Stem Cells in Your Bone Marrow

    by Dan Poynter
    Your Bone Marrow Will be Healthy Again More than 330,000 stem cell transplants are performed each year. The procedure cures cancer, blood disorders such as leukemia, and even rebuilds organs. Treatments are similar to cancer procedures: chemotherapy &/or radiation are used to remove stem cells from the bone marrow and then they are replaced. Transplant Handbook for Patients describes what will happen on a day-by-day basis. Written from a patient’s point of view, the author provides sol... more
  • Yoga, Meditation and Spiritual Growth for the African American Community: If You Can Breathe You Can Do Yoga and Find Inner and

    by Daya Devi-Doolin
    Daya Devi-Doolin has written an excellent, simple and readable book on Hatha Yoga. YOGA, MEDITATION AND SPIRITUAL GROWTH For the AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY is for you, the everyday person, the person who works, has a family (or not) and wants to stay stress-free, happy, fulfilled and healthy. This book will lead you, the yoga aspirant, and participant to that place. It has a loving and knowledgeable approach as if the reader were right in Daya’s Yoga studio at the Doolin Healing Sanctuary. The... more
  • It's Not as Bad as It Sounds (My Life with MS & Fibro): My Life with Multiple Sclerosis and Fibromyalgia (Living with These 2 Co

    by Yvonne deCelis
    Yvonne Decelis goes over what life has been like living with Multiple Sclerosis & Fibromyalgia by going over her upbringing and life prior to, during and after diagnosis. She also covers things like medications, “healthful living”, and how she lives her daily life covering items pertaining to work, SSDI, friendships and relationships, etc. Mrs. Decelis also wrote It's Not as Bad as it Sounds for people seeking information on how to interact with others who have "invisible illnesses" like MS,... more
  • 12 Theories of Aging That Really Matter: And What You Can Do about Them

    by Terence L. Reed
    Combining the newest research on aging with the common sense wisdom of the past, author Terence L. Reed has laid out a twelve-step program for preserving your current health while building the best chance of living a long, fruitful life. Seeing the results of cause and effect in his own life and that of others, Terence observed those that took care of themselves did indeed live much longer lives, often free of pain and illnesses that so commonly affect so many Americans today. Actual animal stud... more
  • JailbreakFromBackPain

    by Dr. Thomas Garzillo, D.C.
    The most common back pain remedies don't work! A doctor with over 10,000 patients and more than 20 years in practice explains why you don’t need costly treatments, expensive gadgets, or old-fashioned back exercises. Learn how simply, easily, anywhere, without equipment, at any age, and in any physical condition you can make the key structural changes that eliminate your back pain and restore your ability to do what you need to do as well as what you want to do!
  • How Your Doctor is Slowly Killing You: A Woman's Health Survival Guide

    by Dr. Angela DeRosa, DO, MBA, CPE

    Hormone deficiencies are a problem for women of all ages, not just those in menopause, and they are making us sick, tired, irritable and killing our sex drive. How Your Doctor is Slowly Killing You: A Woman’s Health Survival Guide, informs and empowers women with the facts they need to know about health issues connected to hormone deficiencies, the benefits of bio-identical HRT, and how to speak with their doctors and become advocates for their own health.

  • Dr. Deah's Calmanac: Your monthly interactive guide for cultivating a positive body image

    by Dr. Deah Schwartz
    Dr. Deah’s Calmanac is a 12-month interactive guide designed to transform negative body image and disordered eating patterns into a body positive approach to wellness. The Calmanac is a program that may be started any month of the year and provides the reader with hands on techniques for replacing anxieties associated with body hate with calming size acceptance. For a peek at the book visit this link:
  • 5 S.T.E.P.S. to Being Your Own Patient Advocate

    by Sharon K Miller
    Cristy Kessler should be dead. The fact that she’s not is because she took charge of her own medical care. When she took it upon herself to find out why she had spent her lifetime battling pain and illness, Kessler embarked upon a journey of discovery in which she endured multiple treatments and procedures that resolved some, but not all, of her issues. Finally, armed with a diagnosis of multiple autoimmune diseases, she took charge and, with the help of a powerful team of doctors, Kessler ident... more
  • My Heart Diary: Strategies for Healthy Living

    by David I. Koenigsberg, M.D., Judy Z. Koenigsberg, Ph.D.




  • Living Autism Day By Day

    by Pamela Bryson-Weaver

    An autism diagnosis can be difficult for families to come to terms with, as well as the cause of much concern and many, many questions. Pamela Bryson-Weaver has the answers. With her gift for storytelling, deep sense of compassion, and rich understanding of Autism-related issues, Pamela Bryson-Weaver takes the reader on a yearlong journey in just a few minutes a day. Each day, Living Autism Day-by-Day offers words of hope, insightful stories, and gentle and kind advice from another parent who... more

  • Andy Biotic in The Infection

    by Wesley Blauvelt
    Happening right now in a world inside us all. Come join superhero Andy Biotic and his side-kick Luke O'cyte as they defend the world of Yorbody against the evil King Bacterium and his dim-witted minions the Germies. Andy and Luke's exciting adventures not only entertain and educate but they also encourage children to play an active role in their own health. Children will become a hero of their very own worlds, their bodies. When we know, we grow!
  • Looking Up: Seven Steps for a Healthy & Youthful Midlife and Beyond

    by cynthia olsen
    Looking Up: Seven Steps for a Healthy & Youthful Midlife and Beyond is part resource and part personal testimony. It very effectively tells a story of someone who recognized at a young age, the importance of the mind-body-spirit connection. The insights she shares about her ancestors’ health gives the reader motivation to know that we need not be inheritors of poor eating habits, and diseased bodies and spirits. We are in charge of our own experience. NMBA Award 2014 Jenkins Group Living Now S... more
  • Healthy Living Redefined: Live It. Share It.

    by Kate Horning

    A simple guide to escaping diets, eating for pleasure and discovering what you desire, Healthy Living Redefined: Live It. Share It. is the result of over a decade of exploration and experimentation in health and nutrition with one goal in mind - to create a simple, practical, approach to living a healthy lifestyle.

    We all know what to do, so why is it so hard to live healthy? Too much noise, too much information, and none of it makes sense. One day you should be doing this, the... more


    by Ted Neckowicz
    A diet and lifestyle guide developed by a once overweight professional engineer based on his own personal experiences and in depth research. The book builds a powerful case for the consumption of more quality fats and less carbohydrates to achieve a healthy weight, increased fitness, vitality and improvements in key bio-metric medical markers of good health. The book exposes the influence of the food and medical industries as well as government dietary recommendations that may actually be underm... more
  • 101 Things To Do With Your Kids: Practical Tips for Raising Small Children

    by henry brechter
    101 practical tips for raising young children
  • Waist Training 101: A Guide to Using Corsets to Slim Your Waistline

    by Vanna B.
    Once a fashion staple for the ideal female form, the corset has made an astounding comeback, regaining widespread popularity thanks in part to celebrities like Jessica Alba, Beyoncé, Dita Von Teese, and Jennifer Garner. Women are once again lacing up with the goal of reshaping their bodies and cinching inches off their waistlines. This practice, known as waist training, is done all in the name of beauty, sex appeal, and the coveted hourglass figure. But how exactly is it done? Waist Trai... more