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A special report helps you ease the pain of arthritis and take back your life again!
Coronary Artery Disease is your go-to guide to help protect yourself against hardening and narrowing of your arteries.
Learn how to protect your eyes and discover the latest and best treatments to help keep your eyes healthy.
The report will elevate your understanding of the mechanics of the heart failure. You’ll discover the leading risk factors and the most recognizable first symptoms.
Managing Prostate Conditions explains how you can take steps to safeguard your prostate and reduce your risks of prostate cancer and other conditions.
This report gives you the best proven ways to manage, treat, and even beat your chronic pain.
In this “take charge” new report you will read about the latest advances in the prevention and treatment of stroke.
Distinguishing normal age-related forgetfulness and memory loss. Plus: The latest findings on Alzheimer's disease, Lewy Body dementia, protecting neurons, and investigating memory-enhancing diets.
How this memory-stealing disease can be defeated, including family history versus environmental factors, a reality check on drugs, helpful diets, and new therapies that push back memory loss.
Tools you can use to fight the major respiratory ailments of chronic bronchitis and emphysema, with a special focus on asthma. Also included: The latest on metered-dose, dry powder or nebulizer inhalants.
In this Special Report, Digestive Diseases & Disorders, we describe the most common diseases and disorders that can affect your digestive system from top to bottom.
Tapping the power of the plate to fight disease and increase longevity. Including: Plant-based proteins, colorful vegetables that boost healthy flavonoids, smart snacks, and building superfood eating plans.
Let the nutrition experts at Tufts show you the smart eating choices that can protect your powers of recall and fortify your mental agility.
Change Your Diet, Change Your Life gives you more than food for thought. It provides the essential information you need to consistently and confidently make the most healthful food choices.
Now you can help put the brakes on aging by eating right and moving more! The nutrition experts at Tufts reveal how to stay active and independent for life.
The 2021 Tufts Heart-Brain Diet doesn't require you to starve yourself or give up the foods you love. You'll discover eating plans you can stick to, recipes you'll savor, and meals you’ll look forward to making.
Discover the healthy-eating secrets that can help you get—and stay— healthy in your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond with this all-new report from the experts at Tufts’ Health & Nutrition Letter.
If you’re tired of same-old, same-old when it comes to your workout routine, and are ready for something new, Fitness & Fun is the one guide you’ll need. Getting in shape has never been so enjoyable
Easy Exercises for Aerobic Fitness is filled with information, illustrations, instructions, sample programs, and more from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Easy Exercises for Balance & Mobility explains the balance-falls-mobility connection, and helps you determine your risk of falling or losing a degree of mobility.
This new guide will show you how to confidently address both sudden and chronic sources of joint pain. You’ll learn how to reduce—and potentially eliminate—pain in your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and wrist.
Easy Exercises for Core Fitness shows you how to become stronger, more flexible, and more independent, regardless of your age or fitness level.
You can do something to maintain and even improve your flexibility, and Easy Exercises for Flexibility can help you choose a program that fits your specific needs.
Easy Exercises for More Strength & Power is the one resource you need to boost your muscles, safely and effectively.
When to worry that a mole, blemish, or mark is serious? Find out about skin cancer and other conditions (including aging and dry skin, shingles, cysts, and hives), along with prevention, treatment, and when to act.
Easy Exercises for Strength & Power has 40 exercises for the upper body, core, and lower body with step-by-step instructions and illustrations.
Easy Exercises: Walking, from the health experts at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine, gives you all the information you need to walk regularly with thoughtfulness and free of injury.
The report highlights nutrient-rich choices that will fuel your energy…foods that fight fatigue-inducing inflammation…and the best supplements to maintain vital vitamin and mineral levels.
Foot problems send more than 7,000,000 Americans to the doctor every year. To help keep your feet and ankles healthy, take a look at Foot & Ankle Health from the experts at University Health News.
The 101 best foods to lower blood pressure, control cholesterol, and boost heart health! Reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke with Heart-Healthy Diet from UHN.
Managing Low Back Pain gets you up to date on all the latest treatment options.
Don’t let stress and anxiety keep you from enjoying life to the fullest! See how to help custom-tailor your own treatment plan today with the how-to help in Managing Stress & Anxiety.
Discover the strategies that will make a difference you can measure—and will safeguard the good health you treasure. Order your copy of Managing Your Blood Pressure now!
Discover the steps that will speed you to lower cholesterol and greater heart health and wellness.
Discover the hidden problems that are likely causing your depression and the natural solutions that can help you loosen the grip depression has on your life.
This report shares steps and strategies to help you maintain a responsive memory, sustain your learning abilities, and remain confident that your mental skills will continue to serve you well.
This vital new report will show you how to nourish and cherish your own self-worth, self-esteem, and self-confidence in today’s swirl of stress, social media, multitasking, and 24/7 news.