There are 144 books in this catalogue.
Go With The Tide
Book Number: 3489
Reed 1968 first good copy in same d/w.
Behind the smile : my journey out of postnatal depression / Marie Osmond
Osmond, Marie with Marcia Wilkie and Judith Moore.
Book Number: 40915
Pymble, N.S.W. HarperCollins 2001 8vo softcover 300pp very good. Illustrated with b&w photo's. Behind the Smile bravely and honestly reveals Marie's difficult road back from PND and speaks out for other women who have experienced PND's debilitating effects.
My Tummy Hurts: A Complete Guide to Understanding and Treating Your Child's Stomachaches
Book Number: 45299
Fireside May 4, 2004 8vo softcover 288pp very good. A road map for understanding and managing children's stomach problems -- from symptoms to treatment, and everything in between From baby's colic to an older child's complaint of "my tummy hurts," abdominal distress is painful for kids and worrisome to parents, ranking second only to upper respiratory tract infections as the most common reason for non-routine visits to the pediatrician. In many cases, the discomfort is easily remedied and even prevented -- but some kinds of pain indicate a more serious affliction. How can parents make the distinction? Drawing from more than two decades of experience as a pediatric gastroenterologist, Dr. Joseph Levy offers a prescriptive guide to children's digestive complaints. My Tummy Hurts equips parents with the information they need to help alleviate their children's pain and prevent many disorders from occurring. They'll discover how to ask the right questions, identify problems, recognize the symptoms requiring urgent medical attention, and much more, including: How the digestive system works and why it sometimes malfunctions The major causes of stomachaches Identifying disease triggers, including those related to stress and diet What to do if your child is lactose- or wheat-intolerant My Tummy Hurts, organized for easy reference, is an indispensable handbook for parents and caregivers.
Weight Training for Cyclists
Book Number: 49023
VeloPress 1998 8vo softcover 192pp index, b/w illus. very good. Written from the premise that optimum cycling performance demands total body strength, this book informs the serious cyclist on how to increase strength with weight training, as cycling alone cannot completely develop the muscle group used while riding. The authors identify and simplify the most current scientific information on strength training, answer questions about exercise and technique, and explain how to design a year round training program.
GET STRONG! Body By Jake's Guide to Building Confidence, Muscles and a Great Future for Teenage Guys
Book Number: 49025
Fireside 2002 8vo softcover 154pp index, illus. very good. From bicep curls to life evaluations, Jake takes a whole new look at how to make it through your teenage years, and not just as another peg on the totem pole, but as the Big Man on Campus.nnChock-full of real-life tales from Jake's own youth and descriptions and illustrations of exercises to get yourself in shape, Get Strong! is the plan you need to become strong and confident. So get off your buttissimo and get down to business, because as Jake says, "I want you to build the most impressive physique that you thought possible with this book, but I also want you to build an impressive future." By following the steps outlined in Get Strong!, you will achieve just that.
Exercise and Physical Fitness
Dupain, George Zephirin
Book Number: 36591
Shakespeare Head Press 1948 8vo. hardcover. 261pp. b/w illus. very good. / good d/w.
The Heart Rate Monitor Cyclists
Edwards, Sally & Reed, Sally
Book Number: 52424
Velo Press, Boulder 2002 Large 8vo. softcover. 269pp. b/w illus. Very good+
A Love for Life
McGrath, Jane and Glen
Book Number: 53697
Random House Australia 2000 8vo softcover 184pp very good. In A Love For Life Jane and Glenn take turns to tell their story, from their first meeting, through the ordeal of cancer and right up to the joy of life today with their miracle baby, James. Their books is an inspiration for anyone facing a similar challenge but is even more than that. This is an uplifiting love story to touch every heart.
The Promise of Sleep : A Pioneer in Sleep Medicine Explains the Vital Connection Between Health,Happiness, and a Good Night's Sleep
DEMENT, WILLIAM C.
Book Number: 33996
New York Delacorte Press 1999 8vo hardcover 542pp index. very good / very good d/w. Dr. Dement gives hands-on advice on how to get the sleep we need, addressing such popular topics as: sleep disorders and their cures; the role of prescription and over-the-counter sleeping aids; recovery from jet lag and other temporary obstacles to a healthy sleep life; the power of naps; and more. He also offers his seven principles of healthy sleep, and tells readers how they can discover their own "sleep point" and learn how much sleep they truly need.
Never Be Tired Again!
Gardner, David C.
Book Number: 35703
New York Perennial 1990 8vo softcover 370pp index. very good. From Publishers Weekly: Billed as "the seven-day high-energy program millionaires have paid thousands for," this book was developed by two California psychologists. But the so-called seven days are merely a prelude: the program, in fact, is lifelong, and here begin the book's many contradictions. Gardner and Beatty write gliblyfor intelligent, highly motivated readers. They stress the power of mind over body, yet their regimen emphasizes physical fitness. Their stated goal is high energy, but in practice this is merely one benefit of adherence to the latest scientific wisdoms they tout in low-fat, low-sugar nutrition, stress management and aerobic exercise. Diet and exercise recommendations are sound; mental exercises read like pop psychology. Informative nutritional and exercise tables, appealing recipes and an extensive bibliography contrast with gimmicky self-quizzes and worthless "checklists." As a resource, the book contains much that's valuable; as a program, it will be hard for most readers to swallow. nCopyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Relaxacise - The no-effort exercise
Book Number: 38825
Milner Publishing, Birchgrove, NSW Australia, 1992. Paperback. 8vo. Unread with minor shelf wear. Relaxacise teams relaxation with gentle exercise to tone and revitalize the body. Illus with b/w photos. A Unique method to Strengthen muscles and improve muscle tone, Correct posture and increase flexibility, encourage relaxation and rejuvenate mind and body, re-shape and trim the body.
Reinventing Yourself with The Duchess of York
Sarah, Duchess of York and Weight Watchers
Book Number: 39245
Simon and Schuster 2001 8vo. Hardcover. Very good in very good d/w. Inspiring stories and strategies for changing your weight and your life.
Elements of Danger - Protect Yourself Against the Hazards of Modern Dentistry
Book Number: 39888
Hampton Roads 2000 8vo. Paperback. 380pp. Index. Very good. Topics include Holism as it relates to Dental Care, Toximolecular Dentistry, Orthomolecular Dentistry, Systemic Diseases, Mercury Poisoning, Amalgam Filled Teeth, Silver, Detoxification Procedures, Substitutes, Tissue Toxicity Heavy Metals, Root Canals, Homeopathic Medical Remedies for Dental Discomforts, Jawbone deterioration, Peridontal disease.
Nontoxic & Natural
Dadd, Debra Lynn
Book Number: 40293
Tarcher November 1, 1984 8vo softcover 289pp very good. How to Avoid Dangerous Everyday Products and Buy or Make Safe Ones.
Healthy Eyes Better Vision
Book Number: 41542
Perigee Trade June 19, 1990 8vo softcover 276pp very good. PO name on half-title. Index. In this comprehensive consumer's guide to vision and eye care, optometrist Anshel covers a wide range of topics: the mechanics of vision and anatomy of the eyeball; children's vision from prenatal to early adulthood; aging eyes; nutrition and better vision; alternatives to glasses; vision therapy; workplace and athletic aspects of eyes; emergencies and serious eye conditions; and the future of eye care. He also includes do-it-yourself eye tests and even offers advice on eyeglass frame selection. Anshel succeeds admirably in making his subject clear and accessible to general readers.
Licence to Eat
Book Number: 44575
RWM Publishing 1998 8vo. Softcover. This inspiring book will help you Learn to replace high fat foods with enjoyable, low fat alternatives, Discover the hidden fats in the foods you purchase and prepare, Discover that foods you may think are fattening are actually low-fat and full of nutrients, Forget the misconception of good and bad foods, Think of foods as every day or occasional, Make healthy nutritious and satisfying meal choices at your favourite resaurants, find easy, convenient ways to exercise your way to your health goals, Establish a healthy eating lifestyle that you can sustain for life. Includes Recipes. Scarce
Complete Guide to Food Allery and Intolerance
Gamlin, Linda Brostoff Jonathan;
Book Number: 54605
Bloomsbury Publishing, Limited 1992 8vo. softcover 384pp very good. Common fuoods can cause a wide range of health problems, from migraine and fatigue to diarrhoea and joint pains. This book is a step by step guide throught the complexities of an elimination diet.
Phil Alexander Program For Treating Overweight and Fluid Retention
Book Number: 48671
Ethicare 1997 8vo softcover 378pp very good. The programs in this book are designed to treat both the fat and fluid components of a weight problem. They are the results of 25 years clinical practice and research and have helped many people achieve optimal health, weight and body shape.
Caring for your Feet
Robinson, Jo & Barrett, kathy
Book Number: 49147
ChoiceBooks, Australia 2000 8vo. softcover. 156pp. index, b/w illus. Very good.
The Hay Diet Made Easy: A Practical Guide to Food Combining
Book Number: 49176
Souvenir Press May 1, 1997 8vo softcover 128pp very good. The Hay diet involves separating carbohydrate meals from protein meals, enabling the body to digest food more easily. Now people with digestive problems can adapt their everyday eating pattern with basic advice on selecting meals and menus.
What Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Nutritional Medicine May be Killing You
Strand, Ray D.
Book Number: 50952
Strand Publishing 2002 8vo softcover 229pp very good. Drawing on extensive research culled from over 1,300 clinical studies in well known medical journals, Dr. Strand illuminates the critical role that nutritional medicine plays in slowing the aging process and reclaiming health, even after the devastation of illness.
Electronic Medicine Cure for Cancer?
Book Number: 52755
Patton House 2005 8vo softcover 172pp near fine. Electronic Medicine: Cure for Cancer? is a brief history of medicine starting with Hippocrates. It explains the science of homeopathy and its relation to frequencies. And it is replete with examples of what electronic medicine has done. Diabetes patients about to enter surgery for amputations have restored themselves to normalcy and kept their feet. People with so much pain for so long that they could not get out of bed are now back at work. Domestic animals – for which there can be no placebo effect – have returned from the brink of death.
Good girls do swallow - Bulimia to Binge Eating
Book Number: 54175
Random House Australia 2000 8vo softcover 184pp very good. The blackly comic true story of how one woman stopped hating her body.
Reiki Energy Medicine: Bringing Healing Touch into Home, Hospital, and Hospice
Book Number: 54259
Healing Arts Press May 1, 1996 8vo softcover 144pp very good, po name on ffl. Reiki Energy Medicine presents a simple, effective, and ancient method through which the natural healing potential of the body can be stimulated, enhancing the efficacy of conventional treatment. Reiki, an ancient art of touch therapy with origins in the Tibetan sutras, provides a means to recharge, realign, and rebalance our energy field to create the conditions needed for an integrated functioning of the body's healing systems. Reiki Energy Medicine is the first book to show how Reiki is being brought into mainstream health care.
Please Mum, Don't Supersize Me
Marc, Richard and Joey
Book Number: 54757
Rockpool Publishing January 29, 2008 8vo softcover 192pp very good.
Only Fat People Skip Breakfast
Book Number: 54830
Thorsons May 4, 2004 8vo softcover 304pp very good. Praise for ONLY FAT PEOPLE SKIP BREAKFAST 'A no-nonsense plan that DOES work' Daily Mirror 'Not only can you lose weight but you can lose it permanently'
Best Choices from the People's Pharmacy
Graedon, Joe MS and Teresa Graedon Phd
Book Number: 55201
Rodale 2007 4to. laminated boards. 524pp. A collection of home remedies.
Detox Solutioins 14 Plans to Detox you Life
Book Number: 55214
Hamlyn 2004 8vo. Softcover. 128pp. very good. Combat the many "toxic" elements of modern life through diet, alternative therapies, massage and exercise, tiredness, sluggishness and the guilt about not exercising should become a thing of the past. This title features 14 detox plans to target specific issues from stopping smoking to energizing and stress-busting.
Pain Management - Learning to Live with Pain
Book Number: 56331
Rockpool 2007 8vo. Paperback. 232pp. Very good. Signed by Author. Pain Management is a unique book written by a patient — herself a chronic pain sufferer for over four decades — for patients. Renée Goossens recounts her battles with pain and her inspirational success in surviving pain.
In Stillness Conquer Fear - Overcoming Panic Attack
Book Number: 58794
Collins Dove 1994 8vo. Softcover. 219pp. Very good. Pauline McKinnon found meditation techniques to overcome her own Agriphobia and panic disorder.
Healing from the Heart: A Leading Surgeon Combines Eastern and Western Traditions to Create the Medicine of the Future
Book Number: 59602
Plume 1999 8vo. Softcover. 202pp. very good. In this ground-breaking book, he describes his pioneering work--combining cutting-edge Western medicine with such Eastern techniques as acupuncture and chi-gong, as well as such controversial therapies as hypnosis, music, massage, reflexology, aromatherapy, and energy healing. The inspiring and affecting stories of his patients are the heart of this book--from the extraordinary discipline of Frank Torre, who used his professional sports training to "psych" himself into healing after heart transplant surgery, to the "impossible" recovery of blues great Johnny Copeland, who was roused from a seemingly impenetrable coma through the force of his own music. In recounting his patients' experiences, Dr. Oz forges a blueprint for the radical new medicine of the next millennium--drawing on the best from Eastern and Western therapies and empowering patients to become partners with doctors in promoting their own recovery.