The Heart and Science of Yoga (Sept., $28.95) by Leonard Perlmutter is an encyclopedic introduction to yoga science and philosophy. 16-city author tour.
Forget the Facelift (Aug., $23.95) by Doris J. Day, M.D., promises younger-looking skin without surgery.
The RealAge Workout: Maximum Health, Minimum Work (Jan., $24.95) by Michael Roizen, M.D., outlines a step-by-step training regimen.
Mediterranean Women Are Luscious, Fit, and Fabulous: The Sensual, Soulful Art of Eating (Oct., $21.95) by Heidi Insalata Krahling and Eve Adamson promises long life through a nutritious, heart-healthy diet program.
CRANE HILL (dist. by IPG)
The Morning Cup of Massage (Oct., $12.95) by Kim Bright-Fey. This 15-minute routine walks readers through stress-reducing exercises.
CRYSTAL CLARITY PUBLISHERS (dist. by NBN)
Yoga Therapy for Menopause (Dec., $14) by Lennie Martin and Barbara Bingham explains how yoga can alleviate many symptoms and promote well-being.
Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat (Nov., $22) by Naomi Moriyama and William Doyle explains how Japanese cooking and kitchen practices can lower one's weight and extend one's life. 250,000 first printing.
Sex So Great She Can't Get Enough (Sept., $21.95) by Barbara Keesling exhorts men to feel more confident about their sexual abilities.
The Triple Whammy Cure: The Breakthrough Women's Health Program for Feeling Good Again in Three Weeks (Jan., $24) by David Edelberg, M.D., and Heidi Hough prescribes treatments for aches, depression, exhaustion, anxiety and memory loss. Ad/promo.
Physical: An American Checkup (Jan., $25) James McManus. Following a three-day "executive checkup" at the Mayo Clinic, the author is forced to confront his mortality. 100,000 first printing.
Arthritis Rx: A Yoga-, Pilates-, and Nutrition-Based Program to Help Slow the Progression of Arthritis (Jan., $25) by Vijay Vad, M.D., presents a mind-body solution to arthritis pain.
The Worry Cure: Seven Steps to Stop Worry from Stopping You (Nov., $24.95) by Robert L. Leahy provides a new way of understanding and combating stress. Ad/promo.
Making a Good Brain Great (Oct., $24) by Daniel G. Amen, M.D., points the way to achieving and sustaining optimal mental performance. Ad/promo.
The Carb Cycling Diet (Jan., $23.95) by Roman Malkov shows how to optimize health, lose weight and feel great without giving up favorite foods.
Shape Magazine's Ultimate Body Book: Four Weeks to Your Best Abs, Butt, Thighs and More (Dec., $27.95) by Linda Shelton with Angela Hynes outlines a program for total muscle fitness. Ad/ promo.
HEALING ARTS PRESS
The Reflexology Atlas (Dec., $39.95) by C. Kolster, M.D., and Astrid Waskowiak, M.D., presents an illustrated reference on the many types of reflexology.
Generation Rx: How Prescription Drugs Are Transforming American Lives, Minds, and Bodies (Oct., $24.95) by Greg Critser explores the ways in which the American love affair with prescription drugs is affecting our health. 75,000 first printing. 10-city author tour. Ad/promo.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
Women Under the Influence (Jan.; $50, paper $20) by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University explains why and how women become substance abusers and how they can be helped.
Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Physical and Spiritual Well-Being (Oct., $26.95) by Andrew Weil, M.D. The bestselling author presents a guide to traditional and nontraditional ways of living a healthy life. 750,000 first printing.14-city author tour. Ad/promo.
The No Sweat Exercise Plan: A Simple Way to Lose Weight and Improve Your Health (Jan., $21.95) by Harvey B. Simon, M.D., introduces an exercise plan that helps shed pounds through day-to-day activities. Ad/promo.
MEDICAL MANOR BOOKS (3501 Newberry Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. 19154)
100 Best Weight-Loss Tips (Sept., $22.95) by Fred A. Stutman, M.D., provides the necessary building blocks to lose weight quickly, stay fit and live a longer, healthier life.
Superfoods Healthstyle: A Year of Rejuvenation (Jan., $24.95) by Steven G. Pratt and Kathy Matthews outlines a plan for total health that includes nutrition, exercise and stress relief.
Let's Do Lunch (Sept., $18.99) by Roger T. Wilson. A former "professional diet failure" recounts how he lost 230 pounds.
The Great Physician's Rx for Health and Wellness (Jan., $18.99) by Jordan Rubin. The author of The Maker's Dietdiscusses the seven keys that brought him health.
NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
Gary Null's Mind Power: Rejuvenate Your Brain and Memory Naturally (Dec., $24.95) by Gary Null sets forth strategies and tips to protect our brainpower as we age.
The Monster at Our Door: The Global Threat of Avian Flu (Sept., $21.95) by Mike Davis examines a potentially serious health problem.
QUILL DRIVER BOOKS
The California Country Wine Diet: The Indulgent Approach to Managing Your Weight (Sept., $25) by Haven Logan explains how to lose weight while enjoying delicious, healthy cuisine.
READERS DIGEST BOOKS
ChangeOne Diet and Fitness (Jan., $27.95) by Reader's Digest editors. This revised and expanded edition includes week-at-a-time diet and lifestyle plans, motivating testimonials and more.
The Zone Life Plan: 30 Days to Complete Life Change (Dec., $26.50) by Barry Sears. A new 30-day program makes it easier than ever to live in the Zone. 250,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo.
He Comes Next: The Thinking Woman's Guide to Pleasing a Man (Feb., $23.95) by Ian Kerner is the follow-up to She Comes First.
The Abs Diet Get Fit Stay Fit Play Fit (Jan., $18.95) by Dave Zinczenko with Ted Spiker is the third book in the bestselling Abs Diet series.
The Flavor Point Diet (Jan., $24.95) by David L. Katz, M.D., and Catherine S. Katz charts a diet plan that draws from cutting-edge science. 100,000 first printing.
RUTLEDGE HILL PRESS
Why We Walk: The Inspirational Journey Toward a Cure for Breast Cancer (Sept, $29.99), edited by Deb Murphy, celebrates men and women who are working and walking to end the disease.
The Park Avenue Plan: Getting Thin and Fabulous (Jan., $24.95) by Jana Klauner provides a two-week program that emphasizes the importance of calcium in weight loss.
AARP Guide to Pills: Essential Information on More Than 1,200 Prescription and Nonprescription Pills (Jan., $24.95), edited by MaryAnne Hochadel, includes a comprehensive listing along with advice on medicine and aging.
Good Housekeeping The Supermarket Diet: Your Shopping List for Delicious and Healthy Weight Loss (Jan., $19.95) by Jani Jibrin suggests ways to navigate the supermarket for items conducive to weight loss.
STEWART, TABORI CHANG
The Bread for Life Diet (Sept., $22.95) by Olga Raz proposes a weight loss plan that says goodbye to the current high protein and low-carb craze. 10-city author tour. Ad/promo.
Youthful Aging: Secrets of the Fountain (Dec., $24.95) by C. Norman Shealy, M.D., uses advances in the science of longevity to lead the way to a longer life.
TYNDALE/ FOCUS ON THE FAMILY
Blue Genes (Sept., $22.99) by Paul Meier explains how common psychological problems can be linked to chemical imbalances in the brain.
UNIV. OF NEBRASKA PRESS
Out of Joint: A Private and Public Story of Arthritis (Oct., $25) by Mary Felstiner relates a personal story of this commonplace yet neglected disease.
Total Heart Health for Men and Total Heart Health for Women (Jan., $22.99 each) by Ed Young et al. provide guides for a healthy heart through practical health and fitness routines.
The Body Noble: 20 Minutes to a Hot Body with Hollywood's Coolest Trainer (Dec., $24.95) by Derek Noble and Carol Colman presents the newest moves in fitness.
Younger Next Year for Women (Nov., $24.95) by Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge, M.D. The follow-up to Younger Next Year details a program for living longer, healthier lives by looking at common health issues. 75,000 first printing. $250,000 ad/promo. 15-city author tour.