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After falling fifteen feet from a ladder in 1994, Philip Fairclough suffered major brain damage. Unable at first to tell the time or even dress himself, he underwent an intensive course of rehabilitation and slowly relearned the lost skills he had once taken for granted. Philip's courage and determination characterize this candid account of the hurdles he faced and overcame, in coming to terms with his injury, living in a rehabilitation center,... more...

More than 70 million Americans have some form of heart disease. For each of them, obtaining accurate information about the disease and the many options for dealing with it can be both empowering and life saving. In this book, cardiologist Dr. Barry L. Zaret and Genell Subak-Sharpe offer up-to-date facts about the best treatments available and an innovative approach that shows how treatment programs can be tailored to meet the needs of... more...

The premise is simple: Good health leads to good sex. Good sex leads to good health. Sexual Fitness shows how seven basic factors-diet, supplements, medications, sensual stimulation, exercise, sleep, and stress reduction-directly influence sexual health. More important, it features an easy-to-follow 30-day program, complete with dietary guidelines, recipes, a daily planner, and plenty of practical guidance. "You can't help learning something new from... more...

Diet and fitness books appear at a dizzying rate – and with a wealth of dubious claims – in a culture facing increasing health problems based on a sedentary lifestyle. Ori Hofmekler’s Maximum Muscle, Minimum Fat pulls out of the pack by focusing on the biological principles that dictate muscle gain and fat loss. Written for the widest readership–competitive athletes, bodybuilders, trainers, martial artists, sports nutritionists and... more...



Keep your feet healthy, strong, beautiful, and feeling great with targeted massages, luxurious creams and soaks you can make yourself, easy strengthening exercises, at-home pedicures, and specific herbs and foods to add to your diet. You'll find dozens of delicious ways to care for your feet!

Do you enjoy eating garlic bread? Does oregano always find its way into your spaghetti sauce? Do you garnish potato salad with paprika? Then you are participating in the ancient tradition of using herbs to enhance the health benefits and digestibility of your food. With over 250 recipes for herbal oils, vinegars, pestos, dressings, salts, cordials, syrups, smoothies and more, The Herbal Kitchen provides the information necessary to prepare, store, and... more...

Echinacea and gingko biloba are well-known herbal remedies for common ailments such as colds and memory loss. But the vast majority of herbal aids are underused as treatments or preventatives for everything from insomnia to arthritis to heart disease. In THE COMPLETE HOME GUIDE TO HERBS, NATURAL HEALTH, AND NUTRITION, herbal practitioner Jill Rosemary Davies explains how to promote good health by understanding the body and how it is affected by a wide... more...

Something The World Hasn't Yet Seen -- You Can Forever Be More Flexible. The Technique: RESISTANCE STRETCHING® offers immediate, cumulative, and permanent increases in flexibility, takes the pain out of stretching, and protects you from injuring yourself by overstretching. The Program: THE MERIDIAN FLEXIBILITY SYSTEM® provides stretches for sixteen unique muscle groups with physiological and psychological benefits.

Common foods like blueberries, broccoli, tea, walnuts, yogurt, soy, and salmon are just some of the nutrient-rich foods that can help people live longer, look younger, and feel healthier. This book breaks down the secrets of the top twenty superfoods and how they can be instrumental in transforming the body. Readers will learn key nutritional information on the following topics: blueberries can fuel brain power; broccoli prevents cancer; oats can... more...