May 30, 2022

Feel Better, Live Better

Brad Lucas’s book, Feel Better, Live Better: Short Topics to Change Your Lifestyle, offers a smorgasbord of tips for healthy living.

Lucas decided to change his life and become vegan after his parents’ deaths: his father from colon cancer at the age of 64, and his mother from heart disease (although she lived to be […]


May 23, 2022

Women Wise: The Essential Guide to Financial and Lifestyle Decisions as We Age

“Getting old is not for sissies and certainly not for those who have lost their sense of humor,” warn Certified Financial Planner (CFP) professionals Eleanor Blayney and Marjorie L. Fox in this upbeat, reassuring guide to women’s golden-year financial planning.

The two met while working across the street from each other at competing Virginia firms […]


April 18, 2022

Holy Cow: The Miracle of Life’s First Food

In light of COVID-19, immune resiliency has become more important than ever, writes Douglas A. Wyatt, research director of the Vibrant Life Institute and founder of Sovereign Laboratories natural products. His answer to immune health challenges is bovine (cow) colostrum.

Colostrum is what mammals secrete before breast milk production commences. Wyatt discovered that bovine colostrum […]


February 28, 2022

A Spoonful of Gratitude: Tips to Reduce Stress and Enjoy Life to the Fullest

While her title might suggest otherwise, author Najma Khorrami exhorts that gratitude is not a commodity. You can’t hold it, taste it, smell it or even sell it. It’s an acquired skill that offers many rewards, should the believer be willing to practice it often.

A Spoonful of Gratitude begins by helping readers understand the […]


January 17, 2022

My Story: Taking Control of Schizophrenia

Author Stewart Lightstone discusses his challenges coping with schizophrenia in this volume, which also offers suggestions on managing the thought-process disorder.

Frustratingly, the author provides few details about his treatment or the course of his disease. He notes that he was approximately age 16 when a counselor first recommended he enter a psychiatric hospital, where […]


January 3, 2022

Your Journey beyond Breast Cancer: Tools for the Road

As of January 2021, more than 3.8 million U.S. women and a small number of men have a history of current or past breast cancer. With those individuals in mind, Louise B. Lubin delivers healing tools based on her decades of experience as a licensed clinical psychologist and educator. Her goal is to provide techniques […]


November 29, 2021

Cyrus the Virus

Cyrus the Virus is a collage of a book about how to obtain and maintain good health. In keeping with the times, it contains information about COVID-19 but also ranges through such topics as germs and viruses, pollution, ecosystems and protective biomes, photosynthesis, overpopulation, hygiene, Typhoid Mary, Henrietta Lacks and Aldo Leopold.

The book delivers […]


July 19, 2021

Conquering Stress: Make it Fun

Retired psychiatrist Douglas Kong prescribes advice for those experiencing the psychological and physical symptoms of stress. His slim but comprehensive handbook aims to help readers identify and understand stress, and features a holistic, “psycho-social-biological” approach with tools and techniques for living a healthy, rewarding, optimal life.

Kong shares patients’ stories to illustrate the stressors of […]


July 12, 2021

Health and Medical Care: Baby Steps to Follow Mother Nature

The fifth in a series of books dedicated to improving lives through discovery of the beauty and wisdom of Mother Nature, this title focuses on health—mostly physical but also mental.

Prabhash Karan, an engineer, offers brief discussions of a plethora of medical issues, from autism and bulimia to heart attacks, cholesterol, kidney disease, sexual problems […]


July 12, 2021

Life, Living and Lifestyle: Baby Steps to Follow Mother Nature

This lengthy offering is part of a five-book series written by engineer Prabhash Karan to encourage people to improve their lives.

This volume discusses an expansive range of topics. Part 1 covers losing weight, exercise (including yoga and walking), quitting smoking, sleep, and aging. Part 2 covers etiquette, science and technology, organizing work and life, […]


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