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Exercising Through Your Pregnancy
(Mar., $17.95) by James Clapp, M.D., is a guide to an active, healthy pregnancy.

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Modern Pilates: The Step by Step, at Home Guide to a Stronger Body
(Apr., $13.95) by Penelope Latey uses Pilates fundamentals with modifications for practicing it at home.

Choose to Lose Diabetes Solution
(Mar., $18.95) by Ron Goor and Nancy Goor focuses on managing diabetes through diet and exercise. 15,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.

What to Do When You Have Type 2 Diabetes (June, $7.95) by Janice L. Betz answers questions asked by those newly diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. 20,000 first printing. $15,000 ad/promo.

Zen and the Art of Diabetes Maintenance (July, $14.95) by Charles R. Creekmore helps readers to cope with their diabetic crises through spiritual means. 25,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo.

It's All Good Hair: The Guide to Styling and Grooming Black Children's Hair
(Mar., $12.95) by Michele N-K Collison is a how-to guidebook with photos and illustrations.

Yoga for Men
(Mar., $14.95) by Bruce Van Horn addresses men's health and lifestyle issues through yoga. 30,000 first printing.

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Aromatherapy Treatments: A Practical Way to Health and Enjoyment for Body, Mind, and Spirit
(July, $18.95) by Marion Wayman includes a survey of essential oils and therapeutic treatments.

Reprint: The Sugar Addict's Total Recovery Program
(June, $14) by Kathleen DesMaisons.

Jivamukti Yoga: Practices for Liberating Body and Soul
(Apr., $16) by Sharon Gannon and David Life. The founders of the Jivamukti Studios in New York City explain the practices and principles of this rigorous form of yoga.

The V Book: A Doctor's Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health
(June, $13.95) by Elizabeth G. Stewart, M.D., and Paula Spencer. An expert provides information. 40,000 first printing. Advertising. Author publicity.

Reprint: The Wisdom of Menopause: Creating Physical and Emotional Health and Healing During the Change (Mar., $18.95) by Christiane Northrup, M.D. 150,000 first printing. Advertising. Author publicity.

Dr. Earl Mindell's Russian Energy Secret
(Mar., $4.95) by Earl Mindell and Donald R. Yance Jr. shows how to use certain herbs the Russians call "adaptogens" to increase energy and support the immune system for longer life.

Sitting on the Job (June, $14.95) by Scott W. Donkin discusses physical ailments that can arise from poor working conditions, and offers solutions.

Yoga Rx: A Step by Step Program to Promote Health, Healing and Wellness
(Aug., $17.95) by Larry Payne and Richard Usatine is a user-friendly approach to yoga therapy.

Reprint: Fit and Fabulous After 40: A 5-Part Program to Turning Back the Clock (May, $14.95) by Denise Austin.

Vogue Beauty
(Apr., $25) by Juliet Cohen et al. explores beauty from the inside out with advice on diet, exercise, skin care and more.

Alternative Medicine: The Definitive Guide
(May; $34.95, cloth $59.95) by Burton Goldberg. Four hundred alternative physicians contribute remedies for more than 200 medical conditions.

Drop-Dead Gorgeous: Protecting Yourself from the Hidden Dangers of Cosmetics
(Mar., $16.95) by Kim Erickson exposes the truth behind the cosmetic industry and offers a variety of natural alternatives.

The Healing Promise of Qi: Creating Extraordinary Wellness Through Qigong and Tai Chi (Apr., $24.95) by Roger Jahnke unlocks the secrets of the Chinese healing art.

Pilates: Body in Motion
(Mar., $14.95) by Alycea Ungaro is a practical guide for all skill levels.

KISS: Guide to Fitness (May, $19.95) by Margaret Hundley Parker adds a new title to the Keep It Simple Series.

Food Combining Bible
(Mar., $19.95) by Jan Dries uses the Hay diet as the basis for food combining for health and vitality.

Illustrated Encyclopedia of Healing Remedies (Mar., $27.95) by C. Norman Shealy, M.D., presents more than 1,000 natural remedies.

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Yoga Burns Fat: Drop a Dress Size in 7 Weeks
(Apr., $16.95) by Jan Maddern recommends yoga stretch-training.

The Pilates Back Book: Heal Neck, Back, and Shoulder Pain with Easy Pilates Stretches (May, $17.95) by Beverley Witherington offers a stretch program to alleviate back pain.

Empowered Pregnancy: The Ten Most Important Things to Know in Pregnancy
(Mar., $14.95) by Theodore M. Peck, M.D., and Vicki A. Peck helps women to obtain the best obstetric care. Ad/promo.

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Pilates Workout
(May, $14.95) by Lynne Robinson and Gerry Convy explains how to use the Pilates method in the gym.

Yoga Secrets for Business Success: Transition Stress Management for the 21st Century
(Apr., $19.95) by Darshan Singh Khalsa explains the simple exercises and meditations that the author has been teaching to corporate clients.

Getting Rid of Ritalin: How Neurofeedback Can Successfully Treat Attention Deficit Disorder Without Drugs
(May, $19.95) by Eduardo Castro, M.D., and Robert W. Hill discusses what causes ADD and why neurofeedback is a better choice than Ritalin.

Viral Immunity: A 10-Step Plan to Enhance Your Immunity Against Viral Disease (Aug., $20.95) by J.E. Williams reveals how natural medicines enhance immunity.

The Total Back Book
(Aug., $21.95) by Jennifer Sutcliffe recommends a program of simple exercises for relief from back pain.

Reprint: The RealAge Diet: Make Yourself Younger with What You Eat (June, $13.95) by Michael F. Roizen and John La Puma, M.D.

Yoga Pure and Simple
(Mar., $17.95) by Kisen combines various schools of yoga for a streamlined way of learning and practicing.

Ultimate Pilates: Achieving the Perfect Body Shape (Aug., $19.95) by Dreas Reyneke demonstrates how to condition the body and mind for ultimate fitness.

The Chili Pepper Diet: The Natural Way to Control Cravings, Boost Metabolism and Lose Weight
(Mar., $12.95) by Heidi Allison.

Taking Care of Our Own
(Mar., $16.95) by George Edmond Smith, M.D., is a culturally sensitive health-care manual for African-Americans with an emphasis on disease prevention. $35,000 ad/promo.

Saving Our Last Nerve (Apr., $16.95) by Marilyn Martin offers African-American women advice on stress maintenance. $35,000 ad/promo.

Curing Airborne Allergies: A Revolutionary, Safe & Natural Approach for Adults and Children
(Mar., $14.95) by William C. Uy. A research scientist offers an effective program without drugs.

The Intrinsic Exerciser
(Apr., $14) by Jay C. Kimiecik presents a plan in which exercisers learn to associate pleasure with working out.

Fitness for Travelers (May, $14) by Suzanne Schlossberg with the American Council on Exercise is an exercise plan for those on the road.

Stronger Legs and Lower Body
(Apr., $17.95) by Keli Roberts and Linda Shelton concentrates on the legs, hips and butt, so the body moves better and more athletically.

How to Bypass the Bypass "We may count on health departments to ensure sanitation in restaurants, but who is looking after our interests when it comes to the nutritional consequences of what those restaurants serve?" ask Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., and Jayne Hurley, R.D., in Restaurant Confidential (Workman, May). Working under the auspices of the nonprofit consumer advocacy organization Center for Science in the Public Interest, the authors, who have ruffled lots of feathers in the restaurant industry with their scary food studies, demystify the eating-out experience in this humanely argued book (they like eating out, too, but are wary of the dishes they call "heart attacks on a plate" and "coronary bypass specials"). Their book certainly isn't good news, but with its extensive calorie listings and helpful tips for dodging hidden fat, it should be obligatory browsing for health-conscious diners. As for the authors, "They are show stoppers," says publicist Jim Eber, noting that they will carry a beaker of fat around with them on their 20-city book tour in May "to show how much fat you consume by eating an entire dish or just one donut." And they make great comparisons, he says: "Want to finish that Kung Pao Chicken? Fine, but know it has the same calories as four McDonald's Quarter Pounders." To which we say, Yikes.

Hay Fever: The Complete Guide: Find Relief from Allergies to Pollens, Molds, Pets, Dust, and More
(June, $14.95) by Jonathan Brostoff, M.D., and Linda Gamlin shows how to lessen symptoms without drugs and how to avoid reactions in the first place.

Healing Heartburn
(Apr.; $15.95, cloth $45) by Lawrence J. Cheskin, M.D., and Brian E. Lacy, M.D., is a guide to recognizing, treating and controlling the most common gastrointestinal disorder: acid reflux.

Dancing on Quicksand: A Gift of Friendship in the Age of Alzheimer's
(May, $16) by Marilyn Mitchell is a personal caregiver's account of tending to an aging man with symptoms similar to Alzheimer's.

Yoga for Your Type
(Mar., $29.95) by David Frawley, M.D., and Sandra Summerfield Kozak explains the best yoga poses for a person's body type according to Ayurvedic medicine.

Ayurvedic Healing (Mar., $22.95) by David Frawley, M.D., presents more than 80 Ayurvedic treatments for common diseases.

Detox for Life: Your Bottom Line... It's Your Colon or Your Life!
(Apr., $19.95) by Loree Taylor Jordan is a comprehensive guide to digestive health. $45,000 ad/promo. Author tour.

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Mayo Clinic on Vision and Eye Health
(May, $14.95) by Helmut Buettner, M.D., describes eye function, offers suggestions for keeping them healthy and advises on corrective lens selection.

The Male Stress Survival Guide: Everything Men Need to Know
and The Female... (both May, $14.95 each) by Georgia Witkin. The director of the Stress Program at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City discusses stress symptoms and addresses 21st-century concerns. Author publicity.

Modern Buddhist Healing: A Spiritual Strategy for Transcending Pain, Dis-Ease, and Death
(May, $18.95) by Charles Atkins teaches mantra-powered imagery to heal mental, physical and spiritual illness.

Transforming Depression: Healing the Soul Through Creativity (May, $19.95) by David J. Rosen, M.D., offers a course in transforming depression into a creative alternative.

SomatoEmotional Release: Deciphering the Language of Life
(May, $16.95) by John E. Upledger helps rid the mind and body of the residual effects of trauma.

Reprints: AIDS Doctors: Voices from the Epidemic: An Oral History
(May, $16.95) by Ronald Beyer and Gerald M. Oppenheimer.

Mother Nurture: A Mom's Guide to a Healthy Body, Mind, and Intimate Relationships
(Apr., $15) by Rick Hanson, Jan Hanson and Ricki Pollycove, M.D. A psychologist, a nutritionist and an obstetrician help new moms to stay energetic and healthy during the first three to five years of her child's life.

The Looks Book: A Whole New Approach to Beauty, Body Image, and Style (Aug., $18) by Esther Drill, Heather McDonald and Rebecca Odes looks at the business of beauty to help readers put body-image issues into perspective. 100,000 first printing. Advertising. 10-city author tour.

Yoga for Transformation: Ancient Teachings and Practices for Healing the Body, Mind, and Heart
(June, $20) by Gary Kraftsow introduces techniques that treat the physical body as well as the emotions, mind, heart and soul. 6-city author tour.

The Ritalin Fact Book: What Your Doctor Won't Tell You
(Aug., $12) by Peter R. Breggin, M.D., is a guide to commonly asked questions.

Reprint: Jonny Bowden's Shape Up!: The 8-Week Program to Transform Your Body, Your Health, and Your Life (May, $15) by Jonny Bowden; Hot Point Fitness: The Revolutionary New Program for Fast and Total Body Transformation (June, $16) by Steve Zim and Mark Laska. 40,000 first printing.

Eat Away Diabetes: Beat Type 2 Diabetes by Winning the Blood-Sugar Battle
(June, $16) by Kristine Napier is for those with Type 2 diabetes or anyone at risk.

New Hope for People with Weight Problems
(Mar., $18.95) by Lawrence J. Cheskin, M.D., and Ron Sauder offers the latest traditional and natural medical knowledge.

The Commercial Break Workout (Aug., $12.95) by Linda Buch and Seth Anne Snider-Copley presents exercises for spare minutes--the "quickie" way to fitness.

Reprint: Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution
(July, $13.95) by Robert C. Atkins.

The Anti-Aging Diet Evolution: A Six-Step Guide for Women
(Apr., $24.95) by Fran Gare, M.D., is for mature women who want to turn back the aging clock.

Fit Forever: 30 Days to Healthy Habits You Can Handle (Apr., $19.95) by Jeanne Earnst. A fitness expert recommends healthy changes that cause little disruption in one's daily routine.

Mama Sana, Bebe Sano: Healthy Mother, Healthy Baby
(May, $17.95) by Aliza A. Lifshitz is a bilingual guide to pregnancy and motherhood.

Prescription Drugs
(May, $12.95) by Reader's Digest editors provides facts on today's prescription drugs; includes the latest FDA guidelines.

Vitamins and Minerals (May, $12.95) by Reader's Digest editors is a guide to ailment prevention, treatment and cure using nutritional supplements.

The Insider's Guide to Internet Health Searches
(Apr., $14.95) by Joan Price gathers stories of ordinary people who used medical information from the Internet to save lives.

The Men's Healthy Belly-Off Program (June, $19.95) by Lou Schuler puts the popular online program into book form.

Change Your Mind, Change Your Weight
(May, $12.95) by Raeleen D'Agostina Mautner, M.D., emphasizes optimism in this mind-body approach to weight loss.

Instant Beauty: Getting Gorgeous on Your Lunchbreak
(May, $19.95) by Deborah S. Sarnoff, M.D., Robert H. Gotkin, M.D., and Joan Swirsky is a guide to nonsurgical techniques of cosmetic enhancement.

Make Your Body a Fat-Burning Machine: 30 Days to a Leaner and Healthier You (June, $14.95) by John Abdo with Ken Dachman, M.D., demonstrates how simple, healthy lifestyle choices can result in weight loss.

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Cannabis and Cancer: Arthur's Story
(Apr., $14.95) by Pauline Reilly tells how the author's terminally ill husband treated his cancer with cannabis and the controversy that ensued.

Reprints: AIDS: A Second Opinion
(Mar., $34.95) by Gary Null with James Feast; The Clitoral Truth: The Secret World at Your Fingertips (Apr., $12.95) by Rebecca Chalker.

The Yoga of Breath: A Step-by-Step Guide
(Aug., $14.95) by Richard Rosen is a guide to the ancient breathing technique of pranayama.

Reprint: Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy
(Aug., $12) by Walter C. Willett, M.D.

Aromatique, a Sensualist's Guide
(Mar., $14.95) by Éva-Marie Lind acknowledges the sense appeal of this healing art.

The Town That Lost a Ton
(Mar., $16.95) by Jane Clemen, Bobbi Schell and Dianna Kirkwood with Daniel Myerson reports how the people of Dyersville, Iowa, lost a collective 3,998 pounds. 50,000 first printing.

911 Beauty Secrets for Teens (Apr., $14.95) by Diane Irons is a guide to teens' fashion emergencies from a bad hair day to a pre-prom disaster. 75,000 first printing.

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Slow Yoga: For Enhanced Fitness, Strength and Health
(Apr., $14.95) by Brian Payne, M.D., is a guide to traditional yoga with resistance training.

Stop Belly-Aching: Banish Indigestion & Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Apr., $12.95) by Peter Mansfield, M.D., details safe and natural techniques for restoring digestive health.

Wild Medicinal Plants
(Apr., $29.95) by Amy Schneider is an illustrated guide to 80 North American plants.

Hear Again: Back to Life with a Cochlear Implant
(Mar., $15.95) by Arlene Romoff follows the author's experiences when she opted for a cochlear implant.

Pilates for Beginners (Mar., $14.95) by Roger Brignell gets newcomers started on this stretch-focused exercise program.

Flow Motion: Personal Fitness (Apr., $12.95) by Simon Frost allows the reader to sample a range of routines for toning the body.

Pilates for a Fabulous Body
(June, $12.95) by Lesley Ackland is targeted for women over 35.

Is Our Food Safe?: A Consumer's Guide to Healthy Choices
(Mar., $14.95) by Warren Leon and Caroline Smith DeWaal helps consumers make informed decisions about what foods to eat and what to avoid. Ad/promo. Author publicity.

Reprint: The Okinawa Program (Mar., $14) by Bradley J. Wilcox, M.D., D. Craig Willcox and Makoto Suzuki, M.D.

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Menopause: Bridging the Gap Between Natural and Conventional Medicine
(May, $14) by Lorilee Schoenbeck, M.D., with Cheryl Gibson, M.D., and M. Brooke Barss, M.D., helps women choose therapies that are right for their symptoms.

The Miracle of Stevia (June, $14) by James A. May discusses the sweetening herb that helps control hunger and blood sugar.

Pilates Workbook for Pregnancy
(Apr., $12.95) by Michael King uses step-by-step photo sequences in a lay-flat book.

Female and Forgetful: A Six-Step Program to Help Restore Your Memory and Sharpen Your Mind
(Mar., $13.95) by Elisa Lottor and Nancy P. Bruning is a regime for women to slow and halt memory degradation.

The Hormone Solution: Naturally Alleviate Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance from Adolescence Through Menopause (Apr., $13.95) by Erika Schwartz, M.D. A hormone specialist offers advice while sharing her own story. Advertising.

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about HPV and Abnormal Pap Smears (May, $14.95) by Joel Palefsky, M.D., with Jody Handley discusses human papilloma virus, the dormant disease that infects more than 80% of the sexually active population. Advertising.

Yoga for Real People: A Year of Classes
(May, $29.95) by Jan Baker is a progressive course of yoga postures.

Chinese Tui Na Massage: The Essential Guide to Treating Injuries, Improving Health & Balancing Qi
(June, $16.95) by Xiangcai Xu. Specializing in injury repair and curing illness, Tui Na massage smoothes improper energy flow in the body.