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1. Long [50859 words]Hypnosis In Healthcare by Stephen LaFevers [Health/Fitness/Self Improvement]
2. Short [18558 words]Stress the Silent Killer by Ryan Sawyer [Health/Fitness/Business]
3. Short [22920 words]The Truth About Diabetes by Geoffrey Leigh [Health/Fitness]
4. Very Long [213187 words]Mitral Valve Prolapse: Benign Syndrome? by Sharon Anderson-Alter [Health/Fitness]
5. Long [70000 words]Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Journey Beyond Tinnitus by Elspeth Fahey [Health/Fitness/Self Improvement]
1. Long [70000 words]Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Journey Beyond Tinnitus by Elspeth Fahey [Health/Fitness/Self Improvement]
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1 Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis [Secure]
by Peter Fonagy
  Attachment Theory shows scientifically how our earliest relationships with our mothers influence our later relationships in life. This book offers an excellent introduction to the findings of attachment theory and the major schools of psychoanalytic thought.
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2 Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Journey Beyond Tinnitus
by Elspeth Fahey
  Help for the millions who hear a ringing in their ears! Are you one of the millions who from tinnitus a constant ringing or hissing sound in your ears and/or head? If you, or one of your loved ones, experience tinnitus, you've probably already discovered that there's little conventional medicine can do to alleviate the condition. But that doesn't mean you're helpless. This book offers invaluable help for tinnitus sufferers. The first part covers the scientific background to tinnitus, offering pe... more info>> (Published: 2004)

Words: 70000 - Reading Time: 200-280 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Self Improvement
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3 Delta Trails
by AC Croom
  Two men return home after the war thinking their fight was over; it was just beginning. Elation at being home after three years quickly turns to anger and then frustration as Nate Parker pursues the fiends that have taken his fiancé. The year long search along Delta Trails leads him into danger that he gladly faces as retribution for the wrongs done to himself and his neighbors. When the final showdown comes he and others put their lives on the line to eliminate a well organized gang of criminal... more info>> (Published: 2011)

Words: 64943 - Reading Time: 185-259 min.
Category: Health/Fitness

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4 Depression: A Misunderstood Disease
by Stephanie Mallet
  Did you know ... That ten million Americans are affected by depression every year? Did you know ... That more women than men suffer from depression? Depression is no laughing matter. It is a serious debilitating disease that affects every facet of life for the sufferer. Sadly it is also on the increase at an alarming rate. Unfortunately many people with depression either go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed due to a lack of knowledge. This is scary because for the depressed person life can become a li... more info>> (Published: 2008)

Words: 17558 - Reading Time: 50-70 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Self Improvement
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5 Garlic Kisses: Human Struggles with Garlic Connections
by Chester Aaron
  Most people consider garlic a deterrent to social interaction, but for award-winning author and internationally renowned garlic expert Chester Aaron garlic has provided unique experiences that offer penetrating insights on life, love and the joys of good food and better friends. In these twelve stories--part memoir, part philosophy, part cookbook, all delight--he offers this gift: memories of a life of laughter and tears, seasoned with garlic and tempered with hope. (Published: 2004)

Words: 67404 - Reading Time: 192-269 min.
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6 Hypnosis In Healthcare
by Stephen LaFevers
  As more people strive to take control of their own healthcare, alternatives to traditional medical procedures are becoming popular. Hypnosis is an easy way of addressing health issues that can be used by the healthcare provider or consumer. Hypnosis is so easy to use that it is not even necessary to hypnotize a subject in order to use the technique. Why? Because hypnosis is not what you think it is. You will learn in this book what hypnosis is really about, how it works, and how to use it to aff... more info>> (Published: 2006) EPIC eBook Award Finalist

Words: 50859 - Reading Time: 145-203 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Self Improvement
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7 Like Wind, Like Wave: Fables from the Land of the Repressed [Secure]
by Stefano Bolognini
  An Italian psychoanalyst and raconteur reflects insightfully on life and the common experiences that make us human. “The brief pieces collected in this volume are as much short stories as they are essays as they are psychoanalytic studies. In every chapter, the stage is set for consideration of large matters—the nature of passion, the crucial role of illusion and disillusion in life, what constitutes heroism—but always in relation to a very particular story from the autho... more info>>
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8 Living With Multiple Sclerosis
by Piet Mesmer
  Are you one of the millions of people living with MS? Are you constantly searching for cures, treatment options and information about your condition? Do you even know if you have MS? Did you know that there are different types and symptoms of MS? Did you know that common symptoms can be confused with other diseases? Here are just a few: Partial loss of vision or total loss of vision in one eye Double vision General weakness Change in sensation of hands, legs, and face Unsteady walki... more info>> (Published: 2007)

Words: 15938 - Reading Time: 45-63 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Reference

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9 Mitral Valve Prolapse: Benign Syndrome?
by Sharon Anderson-Alter
  Sharon Anderson explores Mitral Valve Prolapse, a syndrome that has puzzled many for decades, and sheds light on a disease that affects so many and is addressed too little. The symptoms of the disease are not dissimilar from those of other ailments: palpitations, fainting, fatigue, shortness of breath, migraine headaches, chest pain, episodes of extremely rapid or irregular heartbeat, dizziness and lightheadedness. This makes diagnosing this disease more challenging, but Anderson explains why th... more info>> (Published: 2004)

Words: 213187 - Reading Time: 609-852 min.
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10 Natural Medicine For Weight Loss
by Deborah Mitchell
  DO YOU KNOW... The metabolic rate of two people of the same age, sex, and body type may vary as much as 20 percent; Most of the weight loss from popular high-protein diets is water? and not fat; An addiction to sugar can make it impossible for you to lose weight--unless you know the simple steps (and dietary supplements) for breaking it; Thermogenic agents can trigger your body to burn fat--safely (Find out which ones are recommended? and which to avoid); An herbal form of phen-fen is available ... more info>> (Published: 1997)

Words: 54499 - Reading Time: 155-217 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Reference
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11 Never Give Up: Living Well Despite MS
by Stephen Baron
  Join Stephen Baron as he shares his true story involving 20 years battling this mysterious disease, and how he made the impossible possible when challenged by both the psychological and physical obstacles corrected with a chronic ailment. From the seat of a wheelchair, see MS through the author's eyes--that there is joy and hope for everyone, even the terminally ill. Stephen is a shining example that happiness can be achieved through life's gravest downfalls, and has opened a new door of optimis... more info>> (Published: 2008)

Words: 32798 - Reading Time: 93-131 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Self Improvement

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12 On The Other Side: The Journey of a Cancer Survivor
by Sue Northey
  Like many other individuals, when I was first diagnosed with cancer I struggled to deal with my diagnosis. My first inclination was to learn as much as I could. I scanned and read dozens of books in search of the proper balance of information, guidance, inspiration and hope. But in the end, I found myself exasperated by the fact that nothing seemed to fill my needs. When a physician recommended that I write a book about my battle with cancer, I remembered that hopeless feeling I had experienced.... more info>> (Published: 2007) ARIANA Award Winner: Best Cover Art

Words: 37531 - Reading Time: 107-150 min.
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13 Practical Psychoanalysis for Therapists and Patients [Secure]
by Owen Renik
  A clear and readable how-to manual for results-oriented psychoanalysis. By now, the term "practical psychoanalysis" has become an oxymoron. The way psychoanalytic treatment is generally conducted is extremely impractical and doesn't serve the needs of the vast majority of potential patients, who want to achieve maximum relief from emotional distress as quickly as possible. This unfortunate state of affairs is ironic, considering that psychoanalysis became popular on the basis of its therapeut... more info>>
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14 Safety First for Savvy Seniors
by Ron Smith
  "I've fallen and I can't get up." We've seen that commercial time and time again, but for seniors it's no joke. The Home Safety Council reports that deaths from home injuries and car accidents triple for adults between the ages of sixty-five and eighty-four, and are eight times as much for those eighty-five and older. The book describes simple dos and don'ts of basic safety techniques seniors can use at home, while traveling, behind the wheel of a car, in meal preparation, during a hospital stay... more info>> (Published: 2009)

Words: 32534 - Reading Time: 92-130 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Self Improvement

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15 Sensual Rejuvenation: Maintaining Sexual Vigor Through Midlife and Beyond
by Judith Sachs
  Did you know that sex can dramatically boost your overall well-being? If you, like many people, are hitting midlife and feeling that sex is just not what it used to be, think again. While you are experiencing a variety of physical and emotional changes, sex can still be one of the enduring pleasures you can enjoy through midlife and on to your golden years. Now this unique guide provides important information on age-related changes in sexual function and offers a wide range of medical, holistic,... more info>> (Published: 1999)

Words: 59355 - Reading Time: 169-237 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Family/Relationships

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16 Stress the Silent Killer
by Ryan Sawyer
  It begins like any other day. After hours of tossing and turning, you have finally fallen into a fitful sleep when you are jarred awake by the blaring of your alarm clock. Already feeling depleted before the day begins, you drag yourself out of bed, stagger to the shower and try to shake off the nagging anticipation of another daily grind. You fly through the kitchen with a hasty good morning, grab your cup of coffee and bark at your 3 year old who is reaching for your arms with oatmeal covered ... more info>>

Words: 18558 - Reading Time: 53-74 min.
Category: Health/Fitness/Business

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17 The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest [Secure]
by Dan Buettner
  With the right lifestyle, experts say, chances are that you may live up to a decade longer. What’s the prescription for success? National Geographic Explorer Dan Buettner has traveled the globe to uncover the best strategies for longevity found in the Blue Zones: places in the world where higher percentages of people enjoy remarkably long, full lives. And in this dynamic book he discloses the recipe, blending this unique lifestyle formula with the latest scientific findings to inspire easy... more info>>
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18 The Brain and the Inner World [Secure]
by Mark Solms
  The Brain and the Inner World is an eagerly-awaited account of a momentous revolution. Subjective mental states like consciousness, emotion, and dreaming were once confined to the realm of philosophy, psychoanalysis, and the human sciences. These topics now assume center stage in leading neuroscientific laboratories around the world. This shift has produced an explosion of new insights into the natural laws that govern our inner life. By two pioneers in the field, The Brain and the Inner Worl... more info>>
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19 The Clothesline Diet [Secure]
by Karen Gatt
  At twenty-six years old, with two toddlers to care for, Karen Gatt weighed nearly 300 pounds. She'd tried diet after diet, only to find the scale tipping ever higher. Depressed and disgusted with herself, Karen was at the breaking point. It was time to change her life. Barely able to walk to the mailbox, she forced herself to walk around the clothesline in her backyard every day. She cleaned out her cupboards and designed a healthy, easy-to-follow eating plan. And in just one year she walked off... more info>>
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20 The Truth About Diabetes
by Geoffrey Leigh
  Are you at risk? Do you even know what the risk factors for diabetes are? Did you know that stress is one of the biggest risk factors for diabetes? Were you aware that 6.2% of the population of the United States have diabetes and 17 million more are diagnosed each year? There are over 300 million people globally who are at risk for this silent killer. The only combative measure for this disease is KNOWLEDGE. You need to know: What it is? What are the types of diabetes? What is insulin? How does ... more info>>

Words: 22920 - Reading Time: 65-91 min.
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21 Underneath It All [Secure]
by Jennifer Carroll
  What's the secret to feeling sexier and incredibly confident, to looking thinner and shapelier without losing a pound? It's not your body or your clothes, but what you wear underneath it all! Now you can learn the secrets of always looking and feeling your best. Whether you're well-endowed or more petite, have a bountiful behind or want to create more curves, there is beautiful lingerie for you. This book will help you find it, fit it, wear it and--most of all--love it!.--Discover the best styl... more info>>
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