ALLEN UNWIN (dist. by IPG)
The Body in Action: You Can Keep Your Joints Young (May, $16.95) by Sarah Key. Advice for achieving a pain-free body from the official physiotherapist to Britain's royal family.
100 Ways to Put Our African American Families First: It All Starts at Home (June, $15.95) by Larry Harris, M.D. How to identify and seek help for physical or emotional conditions.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY (dist. by McGraw-Hill Professional)
Breast Cancer Clear & Simple: All Your Questions Answered (May, $14.95) from the experts at the American Cancer Society presents questions that doctors want patients to ask, and answers in plain language. 25,000 first printing.
DUNCAN BAIRD (dist. by Sterling)
Yoga Bliss: Simple and Effective Routines for Chilling Out (May, $9.95) by Tara Fraser puts contentment, peacefulness and euphoria within reach.
Zodiaction: Fat-Burning Fitness Based on Your Personal Star Quality (May, $15) by Ellen Barrett and Barrie Dolnick provides workouts and nutritional advice for each astrological sign. 40,000 first printing.
Yoga as Medicine: The Yogic Prescription for Health and Healing (Aug., $17) by Timothy McCall, M.D., surveys 20 conditions that yoga can help prevent, relieve or heal. 35,000 first printing.
Perfect Health: The Natural Way (Apr., $14.95) by Mary-Ann Shearer details a lifestyle that allows readers to enjoy food and improve health and energy.
Bikini Bootcamp: Two Weeks to Your Ultimate Beach Body (May, $16.95) by Melissa Perlman and Erica Gragg. The founders of Mexico's Amansala spa offer a fitness and body-sculpting makeover.
CICO BOOKS (dist. by Ryland Peters & Small)
Healing Massage: Blissful Ways to Relax and Revitalize (Mar., $19.95) by Daphne Roubini draws on ancient healing techniques to restore mind and body.
CLEVELAND CLINIC PRESS (dist. by NBN)
Women's Health in Midlife: A Cleveland Clinic Guide (May, $14.95) by Holly Thacker, M.D., provides information on handling midlife medical issues.
The 24-Hour Pharmacist (June, $14.95) by Suzy Cohen offers straightforward advice on handling health concerns.
COLLINS BROWN (dist. by Sterling)
Dance Your Way to Fitness: Step-by-Step Fun and Flirty Ways to a Fabulous Figure (May, $14.95) by Natalie Blenford outlines workouts to get one's heart pumping and one's physique toned.
The Yoga Facelift: The All-Natural, Do-It-Yourself Program for Looking Younger and Feeling Better (Apr., $19.95) by Marie Veronique Nadeau suggests a holistic method for eliminating frown lines and more.
DA CAPO LIFELONG
Take Charge of Your Diabetes: A Revolutionary Plan for Reversing Your Symptoms and Preventing Complications (May, $15.95) by Sarfraz Zaidi, M.D., teaches how to manage diabetes by overcoming insulin resistance.
Foods to Fight Cancer (May, $19.95) by Richard Béliveau and Deni Gingras includes advice on building an everyday diet to combat the disease.
FAIR WINDS PRESS
The Marathon Method: The 12-Week Training Program That Prepares You to Finish a Full or Half Marathon at Your Best Time (Apr., $17.99) by Tom Holland assembles practical advice along with tips from people who did it.
Holy Yoga (Aug., $19.99) by Brook Boon presents Christian worship derived from practicing yoga.
Pilates for the Outdoor Athlete (Mar., $28.95) by Lauri Stricker promises to boost outdoor performance and prevent injury.
GAIA (dist. by Sterling)
A Gaia Busy Person's Guide to Indian Head Massage: Simple Routines for Home, Work & Travel (Mar., $14.95) by Eilean Bentley advocates head massage throughout the day.
GREYSTONE (dist. by PGW)
The Chickens Fight Back: Pandemic Panics and Deadly Diseases That Jump from Animals to Humans (Apr., $17.95) by David Waltner-Toews helps to understand and prevent pandemics, epidemics and diseases.
Fantastic After 40! The Savvy Woman's Guide to Her Best Season of Life (Apr., $11.99) by Pam Farrel inspires boomers to shape a fulfilling future.
Anatomy of Muscle Building (June, $17.95) by Pasquale Manocchia illustrates which muscles are being worked in more than 80 resistance training exercises.
Dervish Yoga for Health and Longevity (Mar., $16.95) by Idris Lahore et al., trans. by Moses Bergemann, details the seven fundamental sacred exercises of Samadeva.
INNER TRADITIONS/ HEALING ARTS PRESS
The Natural Testosterone Plan: For Sexual Health and Energy (June, $14.95) by Stephen Harrod Buhner shows how to maintain optimum testosterone levels through use of herbs, supplements and diet.
LACHANCE PUBLISHING (dist. by IPG)
Voices of Alzheimer's (May, $16.95) by David Shenk gathers stories from friends, family members and caregivers on the challenges of Alzheimer's patients.
On the Nature of Food Allergy: A Complete Handbook on Food Allergy for Patients, Parents, Restaurant Personnel, Child Care Providers, Educators, School Nurses & Healthcare Providers (Mar., $24.95) by Paul J. Hannaway, M.D., shows how to recognize and deal with food allergies.
The New Glucose Diabetes Revolution: The Definitive Guide to Managing Diabetes and Prediabetes Using the Glycemic Index (Apr., $16.95) by Jennie Brand-Miller et al. Using the glycemic index to manage diabetes.
The Alli Diet Plan (Mar., $19.95) by Caroline Apovian, M.D., features a 12-week program, meal plans, recipes and tips for eating out.
MEDICAL MANOR BOOKS
Power Diet-Step: Dr. Stutman's New 14-Day Quick Weight-Loss Formula & Body-Shaping Plan (Apr., $21.95) by Fred A. Stutman, M.D., demonstrates how to lose up to 10 pounds and three inches in 14 days. 50,000 first printing. Author tour.
The Dorm Room Diet Planner (June, $12.95) by Daphne Oz. The companion to The Dorm Room Diet illustrates how to create and follow a healthy lifestyle program. 25,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
NORTH ATLANTIC BOOKS
Supercharging Quantum Touch: Advanced Healing Techniques (May, $18.95) by Alain Herriott reveals secrets of the most effective quantum touch practitioners.
PARTNERS IN PEDIATRICS (dist. by Cardinal Publishers Group)
Naturally Healthy Kids (Apr., $24.95) by Jerry Rubin et al. combines the authors' traditional Western medical training with a holistic approach to kids' health.
Beat Your Allergies: Simple, Effective Ways to Stop Sneezing and Scratching (Mar., $15.95) by Rob Hicks considers practical strategies and advice from traditional to cutting edge.
Cuts Fitness for Men: The Ultimate 30-Minute Workout (May, $17.95) by John Gennaro and Myatt Murphy, foreword by Dr. Mehmet Oz. Curves, the popular women's fitness franchise, meets its male counterpart in this guide to exercise and healthy living.
Joy Bauer's Food Cures: Easy 4-Step Nutrition Programs for Improving Every Body (Apr., $18.95) by Joy Bauer with Carol Svec recommends foods to seek out or to avoid for specific ailments.
Rock Your Body: The Ultimate Hip-Hop Inspired "Dance as Sport" Guide for Slimming, Shaping and Strengthening Your Body (May, $18.95) by Jamie King with Valerie Gladstone incorporates hip-hop dance moves created by the celebrity choreographer. 75,000 first printing.
RODMELL PRESS (dist. by PGW)
The Woman's Yoga Book (May, $24.95) by Bobby Clennell presents asana and pranayama for all phases of the menstrual cycle. 10-city author tour.
The Hibernation Diet (May, $12.95) by Mike and Stuart McInnes with Maggie Stanfield recommends a weight-loss method that uses honey to maximize natural fat-burning capabilities.
Deadly Harvest: The Intimate Relationship Between Our Health and Our Food (Mar., $15.95) by Geoff Bond traces the development of the human diet from prehistoric times to today. 30,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo.
Back Surgery: Is It Right for You? (Aug., $15.95) by Edwin Haronian, M.D., discusses surgical options. 30,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo.
The Homeopathy Bible: The Definitive Guide to Remedies (Apr., $14.95) by Ambika Wauters recounts history and principles; includes an encyclopedia of remedies.
Extreme Fat Smash Diet (Mar., $12.95) by Ian K. Smith, M.D., offers a safe, fast plan for keeping off pounds. 250,000 first printing. Ad/promo. Author tour.
Organic Body Care Recipes (June, $16.95) by Stephanie Tourles includes 150 formulas for homemade beauty products. 30,000 first printing.
A STORIED LIFE
Wake Up to Your Weight Loss: Using the Art of Personal Narrative to Achieve Your Best Body (June, $18.95) by Alyson Mead proposes this unusual method to maximize healthy weight loss.
Never Shower in a Thunderstorm: Surprising Facts and Misleading Myths About Our Health and the World We Live In (May, $14) by Anahad O'Connor investigates health conundrums about sex, eating and exercise.
Total Body Plan: The Ultimate Guide to Building Muscle and Losing Fat (Jan., $14.95) by Men's Fitnessmagazine concentrates on bulking up, then stripping away fat.
VANDERBILT UNIV. PRESS
Treating the Aching Heart: A Guide to Depression, Stress and Heart Disease (July, $22.95) by Lawson R. Wulsin, M.D., studies the interaction between the brain and the heart.
Be Your Best: The Smart Way to Improve Your Body, Shape and Mind (May, $19.95) by David Morgan. A practical fitness plan combining smart eating, training and motivational techniques.
Hormones, Health and Happiness: A Natural Medical Formula of Rediscovering Youth with Bioidentical Hormones (June, $14.99) by Steven F. Hotze with Kelly Griffin examines what to do for relief from hormonal problems and for lifelong hormone health. Ad/promo.
The Fibromyalgia Solution (May, $14.99) by David Dryland, M.D., with Lorie List explains fibromyalgia and explores off-label use of Mirapex and Requip to treat the disease. Ad/promo.
WATKINS (dist. by Sterling)
The New Encyclopedia of Flower Remedies: The Definitive Practical Guide to All Flower Remedies, Their Making and Uses (Apr., $17.95) by Clare G. Harvey examines the properties and benefits.
Food Allergies for Dummies (Apr., $19.99) by Robert A. Wood and Joe Kraynak notes the eight food groups to which people are allergic and offers advice and recipes to parents of kids with food allergies.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Straight Talk About Cosmetic Surgery (June, $18) by Arthur W. Perry, M.D., foreword by Michael F. Roizen, M.D., explains the pros and cons of cosmetic surgery and nonsurgical procedures.