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Going Gray
Nov.11.2010
Going Gray is Kreamer's exploration of that experience, and a frank, warm and funny investigation of aging as a female obsession. Through interviews, field experiments, and her own everywoman's chronicle, Kreamer probes the issues behind two of the biggest fears aging women face: Can I be sexually...
Holly Clegg's Too Hot in the Kitchen:  Secret To Sizzle At Any Age
Aug.07.2010
A Culinary Guide to Sizzle with Holly Clegg - Too Hot in the Kitchen The 14th book in Holly Clegg's trim&TERRIFIC® cookbook series, Too Hot in the Kitchen: Secrets to Sizzle At Any Age, features 200 easy and exciting recipes with 100 color photographs and illustrations, designed for today's...
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Jul.15.2010
How do you define health? The absence of disease? Having all the energy and vitality you want? Having your body in top shape? Here’s a look at health as a multidimensional experience. It offers approaches that engage not only our physical body but also the imaginative, emotional, mental,...
How To UnBreak Your Health
Jul.11.2010
Are you sinking in the Quicksand of Pain?  Are you stranded in the Mountains of Misery or simply lost in a Forest of Symptoms?  Everyone faced with health challenges can now find Hope with the map to the world of complementary and alternative therapies in the new second edition of UnBreak Your...
Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir
May.09.2010
Growing up in middle-class middle America, Sonya Huber viewed health care as did most of her peers: as an inconvenience or not at all. There were braces and cavities, medications and stitches, the family doctor and the local dentist. Finding herself without health insurance after college...
Tales of Addiction and Inspiration for Recovery
May.05.2010
Tales of Addiction contains true grit tales told by people you will never meet but whose words will haunt you for months, years maybe. The contributors are not well known, they are not names you will recognize. The stories are written by every day people trying to stay straight and sober, and...
Developed Minds, Developing Minds and the Stupid Terrorists
Feb.19.2010
All human beings, whether developed or developing or underdeveloped, show various levels of the seven deadly sins. The complex issues that arise due to these sins sometimes have simple answers. Developed countries balance their greed for money with selfless caring and giving that goes way beyond...
Bedside Stories
Jan.24.2010
Having a spouse, sibling, or parent with Alzheimer’s affects a family in every way possible—and can leave people feeling like they have nowhere to turn. The moving stories in this new collection help readers recognize they are not alone—and provide comfort for those who need it now more than ever....
"Are You Fit to Live?" by Naheed Ali
Oct.30.2009
Are You Fit to Live? Is a guide with ample questions and answers on common medical ailments from a rare and genuine perspective. It may not devoid the hour-long lines that medical patrons endure year-after-year in emergency departments, but what could be more convincing than a book that allows you...
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Sep.24.2009
Today, thirty percent of all pregnancies are designated high-risk, unlike years ago when this book was first released. This core of this book was originally released in 1987 under the title, "Getting Pregnant and Staying Pregnant: A Guide to High-Risk Pregnancies," which was  a pioneer of its...