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cs-read2The Memory Diet
Is there anything we can do to prevent Alzheimer’s disease or dementia? Do we have to accept that memory loss is just part of the natural progression of aging? The Memory Diet introduces a powerful, plant-based diet of leafy greens, vegetables, berries, nuts, beans and whole grains that can slow down or even eliminate cognitive decline.

Wake up and Soarcs-read3
Our fundamental relationship is the one that we have with ourselves—master this and we master all else. Yet we live in a world where stress and chronic disease are spiraling out of control. This guide provides 3 keys to help you master your own well-being, health and happiness.

New Aging
With advice ranging from practical design tips for making your home safer and more comfortable to thought-provoking ideas on how we work, relax, and interact with our neighbours, and even how we eat, New Aging will inspire you and your loved ones to live smarter today so you can live better tomorrow.

Old Age
Michael Kinsley uses his own battle with Parkinson’s disease to unearth answers to questions we are all at some time forced to confront. This surprisingly cheerful book is a fresh assessment of a generation (and a frequently funny journey) toward the finish line.

cs-read4The Diabetic and the Dietician
Warm, witty, and reassuring, this book delivers the psychological support wives need to help hubby defeat diabetes. Written in clear, non-medical English, the book guides and supports readers through the anxiety and confusion of initial diabetic diagnosis, the recovery process, and a diabetes-free existence.

The gut has been the body’s most ignored and least appreciated organ, but it’s responsible for more than just dirty work: it’s the core of who we are. Gut gives the alimentary canal its long-overdue moment in the spotlight. It will make you listen to the butterflies in your stomach—they’re telling you something.

O’s Little Book of Happiness
With a sprightly dose of insightful inspiration, a sprinkling of practical advice, and a bounty of exuberant stories by great writers, O’s Little Book of Happiness features some of the best work ever to have appeared in the Oprah Magazine. The editors have assembled a collection as stunning as it is spirit-lifting.

Year of Yes
On Thanksgiving 2013, Shonda’s sister muttered something that
was both a wake up and a call to arms: You never say yes to anything. In this poignant, hilarious, and deeply intimate memoir, Hollywood’s most powerful woman reveals how saying YES changed her life—and how it can change yours too.

Can you pedal your way through everything life throws at you? Taking on the bicycle as a means of making sense of life and death, contributors write about their experiences on a bicycle, enjoying the little things about everyday life, dealing with the most difficult, and overcoming loss, trauma, and fear.

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