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by John K. Young
The structures that lie beneath our skin represent a remarkable and beautiful assortment of biological machines essential for our lives. Often, however, we take these structures for granted; it is only when we become ill that we wonder how the body functions and what has gone wrong.
by Bruce Lipton
Most of us were taught the genetic blueprint we inherited from our parents predetermines our bodies, our temperaments and our health.
Statistics on Borderline Personality Disorder can be hard to come by. But reliable estimates indicate as many as one in fifty Americans may suffer from the disorder.
Narcissists can be arrogant, self-aggrandizing, and manipulative. But what's it like to have narcissistic personality disorder? And how can it be treated?
What is schizophrenia? What's it like to experience its symptoms? Dr. Goodwin and several top researchers and advocates discuss the most recent developments in our understanding of schizophrenia and how to treat it.
by David Angus
This companion volume to Inventors and their Inventions introduces the work of ten men to younger readers, and range from the world of Ancient Greece to the twentieth century discovery of DNA.
by Bruce Lipton
Since the publication of The Biology of Belief, Dr. Bruce Lipton has received widespread acclaim as one of the most accessible and knowledgeable voices of "new biology."
by Candace Pert
What if you could start the day by directing your body to heal itself, just as easily as you brush your teeth?
by Daniel Siegel
If you think your mind and your brain are one and the same, think again. According to interpersonal neurobiology pioneer Daniel J. Siegel, the mind actually emerges out of the interaction between your brain and your relationships.
by Daniel G. Amen
In this program, you’ll see scientific evidence that your anxiety, depression, anger, obsessiveness, or impulsiveness could be related to how specific structures in your brain work.