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Dr. Susan Taylor's Rx for Brown Skin

by Susan C. Taylor

Brown skin has a naturally warm, glowing complexion that ranges in shade from yellow to olive to dark brown and black (Asian, Latin, African-American, and Native American skin). The extra melanin that imparts these rich tones and helps protect skin from the sun can also make brown skin vulnerable to discoloration, uneven tone, scarring, and breakouts. This unique book will help you enhance and protect the health and beauty of your brown skin, as well as your hair and nails. Dr. Susan Taylor, a Harvard-trained dermatologist, bases her advice on more than twenty years of experience treating patients in private practice and at the Skin of Color Center in New York City, which she founded. Dr. Taylor explains how to: Attain and maintain flawless skin Avoid breakouts, discolorations, and ashen skin Prevent and camouflage scars Choose and use makeup for a perfect match year-round Style hair safely to avoid damage, hair loss, and skin irritation Detect and protect against skin cancer . . . and much more!

Dr. Susan's Fit & Fun Family Action Plan

by Susan Bartell

The breakthrough response to childhood obesity that parents have been waiting for-immediate answers, kid-friendly solutions and savvy advice from a national parenting expert With an alarming 16% of American kids overweight or obese, parents are desperate for easy, healthy solutions-but wary of major lifestyle changes and parental guilt. It's time for a simpler approach. Dr. Susan's Fit and Fun Family Action Plan delivers exactly what parents have been waiting for: a place to start today, with hundreds of tips and optimistic, savvy advice for raising a healthy, happy child. Using an engaging mix of child psychology expertise and mom-next-door smarts, media powerhouse Dr. Susan lifts the guilt and empowers parents to take action now, with: Hundreds of tips to combat junk food ads, poisonous peers, dressing room anxiety, and five other negative force factors in a kid's life Quizzes to uncover and break the seven family patterns that make a child overweight Healthy and affordable meal plans that keep pizza, burgers, and ice cream on the menu The latest technology to get kids up and moving Shopping lists, eating-out guides, and special lunchbox coupons to inspire every child and parent

Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum's Heart Book

by Dr Suzanne Steinbaum

In the tradition of Christiane Northrup, a renowned cardiologist integrates emotional and physical well-being in a revolutionary new approach to women's heart health. As a cardiologist with a specialization in women's heart disease, Dr. Steinbaum has helped thousands of patients resolve their heart issues, and aims to do the same for readers in her inspirational book that will change the way we think about heart health. She guides readers through the risk factors of heart disease, from the traditional physical benchmarks like weight, cholesterol, and blood pressure, to lifestyle habits, emotional awareness, and even the way she sees herself in the mirror--and in the world. In Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum's Heart Book, readers are shown clear, easy steps on how to maximize heart health. This is a life book that will teach women how to regain control over all aspects of their busy lives, including how to finally achieve: A heart-healthy diet Heart-supportive exercise Heart-enhancing stress management Heart-filling relationships A sound night's sleep A more satisfying sex life A calm, focused mind A deep level of self care And much, much more. Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum's Heart Book strives to bring forth a new approach to heart-centered healing so that readers everywhere may experience a fulfilling life of health and happiness.

Dr. Weinberg's Guide to the Best Health Resources on the Web

by Harlan R. Weinberg

The Internet can be a vast, intimidating place when you're looking for honest, informative medical information. Sure, you can look up thousands of sites on Google at the click of a mouse, but how do you know if the advice on a particular site is good, or, if followed, might actually worsen your condition? Now, Harlan Weinberg, a respected critical care doctor, has taken on the challenge to provide up-to-date, helpful information for patients and their families about the resources available on the Internet, exhaustively researching the Web to provide a directory of the best medical websites. Organized by disease or condition, and covering nearly one hundred afflictions from AIDS/HIV medicine to wound care, he offers an annotated list of sites that are both reliable and easy to understand. With Dr. Weinberg's help, you can navigate the Internet with confidence and get the right advice at the right time.

Dr. Z on Scoring

by Victoria Zdrok

For the first time ever, a book on how to pick up hot women by a hot woman! Penthouse columnist Dr. Z shows you how it's done. You're at a party, or just a coffee shop, when suddenly -- there she is. Across the room is the hottest woman you've ever seen, one who makes your palms sweat and your breath come faster. She's amazing, a real knockout. But you're just an average guy, with average looks and an average job. What chance would you ever have of scoring with a babe like that? In Dr. Z on Scoring, Dr. Victoria Zdrok shows you that it's possible to not only pick up your hottie but also charm and seduce her. A stunner herself, Victoria has the distinction of being the only woman who has been both a Playboy centerfold and a Penthouse Pet of the Year, and with a JD in law and a PhD in clinical psychology, she has both beauty and brains. She uses her personal and professional knowledge of how beautiful women think to give you the information you need to: Approach a hot woman Engage her in conversation Ask her out and entertain her Get her into bed and please her With research from psychology experts and insights from hot models who have posed in the pages of Playboy and Penthouse, you'll learn that beautiful women really do appreciate guys for more than just their looks or money. With the information in Dr. Z on Scoring, you can make your move on the woman of your dreams!

Dragon Fire

by Geert De Kockere Tineke Van Hemeldonck An Dom

In the evening when it gets dark, a daddy dragon, a mommy dragon, and dragon children breathe fire into the night. They see who can breathe their fire the farthest and they sing out, "Fire is life, and life is fire!" But one night Mommy has trouble making a flame. As she grows sicker, it's up to Daddy and the dragon children to love and take care of her. And when Mommy's flame goes out completely, Daddy and the dragon children give her one last hug, one last kiss, and find a way to say good-bye. Eventually Daddy and the dragon children decide to try breathing fire into the night again. They do not breathe their flames very far, but something special happens. High in the sky a sparkling star flashes like a flame in the dark. "Mama!" the dragon children cry, and it is so beautiful that Daddy announces, "Mama wins this time."Dragon Fire is a picture book about cancer and what it means for a family. Geert De Kockere's gentle text tells the true story of An Dom and her family, and Tineke Van Hemeldonck's simple paintings allow raw emotion into her illustrations. This is a must-have book for any family dealing with a parent with terminal illness.

Draw Close to the Fire: Finding God in the Darkness

by Terry Wardle

For those experiencing the darkness of deep emotional wounds, this book lays out the source of healing and charts the path toward healthy relationships and spiritual maturity. Out of his own experiences of darkness and healing, Terry Wardle provides wise and seasoned biblical guidance for all who feel trapped in the darkness.


by Philip Alcabes

The average individual is far more likely to die in a car accident than from a communicable disease...yet we are still much more fearful of the epidemic. Even at our most level-headed, the thought of an epidemic can inspire terror. As Philip Alcabes persuasively argues in Dread, our anxieties about epidemics are created not so much by the germ or microbe in question-or the actual risks of contagion-but by the unknown, the undesirable, and the misunderstood. Alcabes examines epidemics through history to show how they reflect the particular social and cultural anxieties of their times. From Typhoid Mary to bioterrorism, as new outbreaks are unleashed or imagined, new fears surface, new enemies are born, and new behaviors emerge. Dread dissects the fascinating story of the imagined epidemic: the one that we think is happening, or might happen; the one that disguises moral judgments and political agendas, the one that ultimately expresses our deepest fears.


by Philip Alcabes

Deaths from epidemic disease are rare in the developed world, yet in our technically and medically advanced society, an ever-present risk of disease has created an industry out of fear.As Philip Alcabes persuasively argues in Dread, our anxieties about epidemics often stray from the facts on the ground. In a fascinating exploration of the social and cultural history of epidemics, Alcabes delivers a different narrative of disease-one that requires that we reexamine our choice of enemies, and carefully consider the potential motivation of epidemic alarm-bells to further medical, moral, or political campaigns.

The Dream Book

by Patricia Garfield

People have long been fascinated by the meaning of dreams. In fact, young people around the world have similar dreams. World-renowned dream expert Patricia Garfield has gathered together the common types of dreams - dreams of being chased, of unfinished homework, of falling, and even of being undressed in the most awkward places - and helps young people analyze their dream lives. She gives excellent suggestions to help young readers remember, understand, and even have control over their dreams, so that they become a source of insight.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Dream Book: Symbols for Self-Understanding

by Betty Bethards

Betty began lecturing and giving seminars on dreams when she realized that "dreams are your greatest tool for understanding yourself and your life." But most people neglect this free inner resource of guidance. "People have been asking me for this book for years," Betty explains, "and at long last here it is. I have channeled information on every symbol in the book, which as you can imagine was a time-consuming task. But I learned so much in the process! Now I gladly share this with you." "Betty's channel is her attunement to her higher self, spiritual guidance or God self. It is a vehicle for receiving insight and information which is usually beyond the reach of the conscious mind. She is quick to point out that everyone has a channel, a level or frequency of awareness called higher consciousness. Attuning to it is really listening to the teacher within or your own guidance. She believes we are particularly receptive to this level in the dream state." This book teaches the reader how to tune into the guidance being communicated through dreams.

Dream Healer

by Adam

Hope is a dire need in our present world of turmoil threatened with war, fear, terrorism, and economic downturn. Adam transmits this hope. He is exceptional for his 16 years of age and wise beyond his years and has a special gift for healing. This book portrays the truth on the ultimate healing with love. Everyone, with no exceptions needs to read this book. Each person can learn a great deal from his honest messages. Adam's growth and approach are methodically portrayed and interestingly includes some scientific correlation's and analogies. I have the distinct privilege of being one of Adam's mentors, teachers and friends, so I have closely followed his development with extreme interest. Adam's life has a remarkable balance because not only has Adam become a very talented healer, but also an "A" student in his regular studies in school, and a top ranking athlete in many sports. As well, his family is most loving and supportive. Therefore, the energy that he emanates in his healing is untroubled, pure and fresh.

Dream Healer 2, Guide to Self-Empowerment

by Adam Of Bremen

Dream Healer is the story of a teenager called Adam and his discovery that he could heal others. He has the ability to connect to, and influence, another person's health, whether they are on the same continent or not makes no difference whatsoever. In Dream Healer 2 Adam shares the secrets of his gift, teaching the reader how to tap into their own healing abilities through the use of visualisation techniques.

Dream Hikes Coast to Coast

by Jack Bennett

Starting in April 2000, Jack Bennett logged thousands of miles over seven years in his search for America's best hikes. In Dream Hikes Coast to Coast, Bennett shares how each hike looked and felt; what weather and animals were encountered; and the emotional impact of every event and panorama. Individual hikes are accompanied by maps showing the trailhead, routes, and topographic landmarks. Camping, lodging, fees, and contact information are also presented for each hike.

Dream New Dreams

by Jai Pausch

A remarkably frank, deeply moving, and inspiring memoir by Jai Pausch, whose husband, Randy, wrote the bestseller The Last Lecture while battling pancreatic cancer. "Jai is such a giver that she often forgets to take care of herself," Randy Pausch wrote about his wife. "Jai knows that she'll have to give herself permission to make herself a priority." In Dream New Dreams, Jai Pausch shares her own story for the first time: her emotional journey from wife and mother to full-time caregiver, shuttling between her three young children and Randy's bedside as he sought treatment far from home; and then to widow and single parent, fighting to preserve a sense of stability for her family, while coping with her own grief and the challenges of running a household without a partner. Jai paints a vivid, honest portrait of a vital, challenging relationship between two strong people who faced a grim prognosis and the self-sacrificing decisions it often required. As she faced life without the husband she called her "magic man," Jai learned to make herself a priority to create a new life of hope and happiness--as she puts it, to "feel a spark of my own magic beginning to flicker." Dream New Dreams is a powerful story of grief, healing, and newfound independence. With advice artfully woven into an intimate, beautifully written narrative, Jai's story will inspire not only the legions of readers who made The Last Lecture a bestseller, but also those who are embarking on a journey of loss and renewal themselves.

Dreamgates: An Explorer’s Guide to the Worlds of Soul, Imagination, and Life Beyond Death

by Robert Moss

Shamanic practitioner, dream explorer, and author of "Conscious Dreaming" Robert Moss provides exciting, new conscious dream-work techniques that can launch readers into other worlds and the furthest reaches of their imaginations.

Dreaming Souls

by Owen Flanagan

An informative review of current research on sleep and dreams and a new theory about the nature and function of dreaming, presented with clarity, wit, and finesse. Flanagan (philosophy, experimental psychology, and neurobiology/Duke Univ.), editor of the Philosophy of Mind Series, to which the present work belongs, brings insights from philosophy, phenomenology, evolutionary biology, psychology and psychiatry, anthropology, sociology, and neuroscience to his theory of dreams.

Dreamland: Adventures in the Strange Science of Sleep

by David K. Randall

An engrossing examination of the science behind the little-known world of sleep. Like many of us, journalist David K. Randall never gave sleep much thought. That is, until he began sleepwalking. One midnight crash into a hallway wall sent him on an investigation into the strange science of sleep. In Dreamland, Randall explores the research that is investigating those dark hours that make up nearly a third of our lives. Taking readers from military battlefields to children's bedrooms, Dreamland shows that sleep isn't as simple as it seems. Why did the results of one sleep study change the bookmakers' odds for certain Monday Night Football games? Do women sleep differently than men? And if you happen to kill someone while you are sleepwalking, does that count as murder? This book is a tour of the often odd, sometimes disturbing, and always fascinating things that go on in the peculiar world of sleep. You'll never look at your pillow the same way again.


by Marie-Louise von Franz

These collected essays by the distinguished psychoanalyst Marie-Louise von Franz offer fascinating insights into the study of dreams, not only psychologically, but also from historical, religious, and philosophical points of view. In the first two chapters, the author offers general explanations of the nature of dreams and their use in analysis. She examines how dreams can be used in the development of self-knowledge and describes how C. G. Jung worked with his own dreams, and the fateful ways in which they were entwined with the course of his life. The rest of the book records and interprets dreams of historical personages: Socrates, Descartes, Themistocles and Hannibal, and the mothers of Saint Augustine, Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, and Saint Dominic. Connections are revealed between the personal and family histories of the dreamers and individual and collective mores of their times. Dreams includes writings long out of print or never before available in English translation.

Dreams and Healing

by John A. Sanford

Following the enthusiastic reception of his earlier work, Dreams: God's Forgotten Language (Lippincott, 1968), John Sanford addresses himself again to the growing interest in dreams. He has produced a detailed and comprehensive examination of them by following the courses of the series of dreams of a young university student and a middle-aged woman. Dr. Sanford describes the unfolding of these dreams and relates them to the lives of the two individuals. He presents dreams as a wealth of creative possibilities, locked in the unconscious, on which we can draw by learning to understand and relate them to our lives. "Learning to work with our dreams will require from us time, commitment, and study. Our efforts can be well rewarded," observes Dr. Sanford. "To those who are in need, and to the strong of heart, the study of dreams and the human soul is a rich field of endeavor, and it is to these people that this book is written."

Dreams and Sleep

by Trudi Trueit

Do you remember what you dreamed about last night? Maybe you dreamed about family members, friends, or something that happened at school. Or maybe it was a jumble of crazy images that simply didn't make sense. Dreams and Sleep takes readers on a journey into the mysterious world that awaits us after dark. Find out how dreams and sleep play a crucial role in our mental and physical health, including the risks associated with lack of sleep. Then learn how to search your dreams for meaning. Instructions for creating a dream journal are also included.

Dreams of the Reiki Shaman

by Jim Pathfinder Ewing

Based on more than a decade of the author's successful workshops, this resource expands and refines the unique combination of the hands-on healing modality of Reiki with the life-changing shamanic journey. The resulting knowledge is presented clearly and concisely, making it possible for those with no previous background in Reiki or shamanism to understand, appreciate, and enjoy the teachings while those more experienced can glean new insight for their own healing work. Providing generous examples of shamanic journeying beyond ordinary reality and citing hundreds of case studies from the author's own private practice, this reference also lists internet references for further research.

Dreams: Your Magic Mirror with Interpretations by Edgar Cayce

by Elsie Sechrist

How an understanding of your psychic self can lead to both spiritual growth and success in everyday life and how dreams can serve this end. The author uses Cayce's notes for readings on dreams.


by Coleen Murtagh Paratore

A powerful, radiant story about a girl who wears her dreams on her sleeve . . . Aislinn is a girl with a lot of dreams, but due to family issues (caused mostly by her hard-drinking father), there's a lot standing in her way. While she should be enjoying the summer with friends, Aislinn is kept under lock and key and put in charge of her younger siblings. The average girl might give up, but not Aislinn. A person, she says, should write their dreams on their sleeve, putting them out there for the world to see, because there's a good chance that someone might come along and help you make your dream come true. What begins as a plea for help for her father to stop drinking, turns into a spark that has the whole community making their own dreamsleeves. At times heartbreaking, DREAMSLEEVES is also surprising, powerful, and luminously hopeful. Everyone will see a little of themselves in Aislinn, a girl with talent, ambition, and big dreams.


by Janine Ashbless Lisette Ashton Justine Elyot Primula Bond

Drenched is an illustrated collection of five wet and wild erotic tales. From cool tropical lagoons to luxurious steaming showers, water is the element of lust!

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