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The End of Back Pain: Access Your Hidden Core to Heal Your Body The End of Back Pain: Access Your Hidden Core to Heal Your Body
by Dr. Patrick Roth

The End of Back Pain helps patients view the body from a totally different perspective, and inspires readers to push their bodies in order to cure its maladies. Dr. Roth details a specialized exercise program to strengthen and develop those muscles to relieve, control, and even prevent chronic pain.



Healthy Joints for Life: An Orthopedic Surgeon's Proven Plan to Reduce Pain and Inflammation, Avoid Surgery and Get Moving Again Healthy Joints for Life: An Orthopedic Surgeon's Proven Plan to Reduce Pain and Inflammation, Avoid Surgery and Get Moving Again
by Richard Diana, M.D.

No surgery. No medication. No drastic measures. Just healthy joints—for life! In this groundbreaking book, leading orthopedic surgeon and former NFL player Richard Diana, M.D., applies his unique experience and training to tackle join pain.



The Youth Corridor: Your Guide to Timeless Beauty The Youth Corridor: Your Guide to Timeless Beauty
by Gerald Imber, M.D.

Dr. Gerald Imber shows women and men how to keep the signs of aging at bay with a prescriptive, common sense plan of skin care, exercise, vitamins & diet, stalling & often eliminating the need for surgery. By following the earliest & most basic treatment for skin care & maintenance, you can maintain a youthful appearance for a lifetime.



The Vitamin D Cure, Revised Edition The Vitamin D Cure, Revised Edition
by James E. Dowd, M.D. and Diane Stafford

Completely updated with the latest research, The Vitamin D Cure tells you all you need to know about this miraculous natural substance—today's best way to heal pain, prevent disease, and improve your mood. We now know that adding vitamin D to your daily regimen can net you unbelievable benefits.



Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist
by Dr. Debra Jaliman

Skin Rules is a concise and practical instruction manual from a renowned Fifth Avenue dermatologist on how to attain beautiful skin, a taut and sculpted body, and a much younger appearance. Actors, models, and newscasters go to Dr. Jaliman for her cutting-edge technology and the latest in skin care, as well as for her reputation for being the “last stop” doctor, the one who fixes what others can’t.



Debra Jaliman Branding Debra Jaliman Branding
by Dr. Debra Jaliman

Dr. Debra Jaliman, M.D., author of the upcoming book Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist is a world-renowned dermatologist with a private practice on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Internationally recognized for her research and work in clinical and cosmetic dermatology, Dr. Jaliman is always at the forefront of the latest skincare news, clinical updates, emerging trends and more.



The Healthy Home: Simple Truths to Protect Your Family from Hidden Household Dangers The Healthy Home: Simple Truths to Protect Your Family from Hidden Household Dangers
by Dr. Myron Wentz

In The Healthy Home, father and son team, Dr. Myron Wentz and Dave Wentz, walk readers room-by-room through a typical house, pointing out the surprising health risks posed by everyday products and behaviors of any modern family.



Treat Me, Not My Age: A Doctor's Guide to Getting the Best Care as You or a Loved One Gets Older Treat Me, Not My Age: A Doctor's Guide to Getting the Best Care as You or a Loved One Gets Older
by Mark Lachs, MD

Too often our culture defines the aging process negatively instead of embracing it as a natural part of life. Nowhere is this problem more pronounced than in our health-care system, where "ageist" medicine often serves to worsen our medical issues instead of helping us figure out how to address or avoid them. Whether we're forty or eighty, what we need is an insider's guide to staying healthy despite the system.



The Kitchen Shrink: A Psychiatrist's Reflections on Healing in a Changing World The Kitchen Shrink: A Psychiatrist's Reflections on Healing in a Changing World
by Dora Calott Wang, M.D.

Part memoir and part rallying cry, The Kitchen Shrink is an unflinchingly honest, passionate, and humane inside look at the realities of free-market medicine in today's America.



Life Over Cancer: The Block Center Program for Integrative Cancer Treatment Life Over Cancer: The Block Center Program for Integrative Cancer Treatment
by Keith I. Block, M.D.

Dr. Keith Block is at the global vanguard of innovative cancer care. As medical director of the Block Center for Integrative Cancer Treatment in Evanston, Illinois, he has treated thousands of patients who have lived long, full lives beyond their original prognoses. Now he has distilled almost thirty years of experience into the first book that gives patients a systematic, research-based plan for developing the physical and emotional vitality they need to meet the demands of treatment and recovery.



Acne for Dummies Acne for Dummies
by Herbert P. Goodheart, M.D.

Battle breakouts, reduce the possibility of scarring, and keep your skin healthy and clear. In this friendly guide, a dermatologist explains how you can clear up your complexion, whether you're a teenager or adult, complete with color photos to help you identify your skin condition.



The Great American Heart Hoax: Lifesaving Advice Your Doctor Should Tell You About Heart Disease Prevention (But Probably Never Will) The Great American Heart Hoax: Lifesaving Advice Your Doctor Should Tell You About Heart Disease Prevention (But Probably Never Will)
by Michael Ozner

No Stents,
No Surgery.


Clinical studies have shown that cardiovascular intervention does not prevent heart attacks or prolong life in stable patients with coronary artery disease . . . So why are more than 1.5 million angioplasties and coronary bypass surgeries done annually in the United States alone?