Blends scholarly evidence with the experiences of numerous families in a thoroughly researched guide to raising children in today's technology-driven world, challenging popular extremist myths while counseling readers on moderate approaches. 15,000 first printing.
Explores the relationship between adverse childhood experiences and adult health problems, drawing on scientific insights and personal stories to outline beneficial health interventions.
An award-winning medical investigative journalist presents an unsettling exposé of the under-regulated medical-device industry, revealing the corruption, greed and deceit that have combined to render medical interventions a leading cause of death in America. 35,000 first printing.
The popular fitness icon behind the INSANITY workouts outlines a motivational program for fitness and mental strength, building on a premise that happiness results from healthy and engaged living while overcoming the mental obstacles that impede a positive life. A first book.
In a very human history of Alzheimer's disease that doubles as a scientific detective story, a neuroscientist takes readers on a journey around the world where we meet hero scientists who are working against the clock to find a cure. 35,000 first printing.
A memoir by an award-winning paleobiologist traces her childhood in her father's laboratory, her longtime relationship with a brilliant but wounded colleague and the remarkable discoveries they have made both in the lab and during extensive field research assignments.
A couples therapist and best-selling author describes her findings after spending a decade working with couples whose lives were shattered by infidelity and discusses how individuals can grow and heal after a betrayal, either together or apart. 50,000 first printing.
A memoir by a therapist specializing in manipulation and psychological control describes her harrowing upbringing by fanatic parents, who raised her in isolation through traumatic disciplinary exercises designed to "eliminate weakness," recounting how she eventually escaped with the help of an outsider.
Examines the way that interpersonal conversation works, with a focus on such words as um, oh, huh, like, and mm-hmm, as well as other subtle cues, and how they serve to facilitate the flow of conversation and communicate effectively.