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Your Type 2 Diabetes Action Plan

by American Diabetes Association ADA, Contributor Kate Ruder; read by Randye Kaye

Designed specifically for those are ready to take action, Your Type 2 Diabetes Action Plan is a concise, step-based approach to quickly improving blood glucose management and quality of life. Learn More
Your First Year with Diabetes

by Theresa Garnero, APRN, BC-ADM, MSN, CDE; read by Laural Merlington

Your First Year with Diabetes is a friendly, interactive and informative resource that helps people to discover meaningful ways to find and stay motivated on their path towards health living. Learn More
Your Brain on Food

by Gary Wenk; read by Jonathan Yen

An internationally renowned neuroscientist, Dr. Wenk has been educating college and medical students about the brain and lecturing around the world for more than forty years. With this essential book, he vividly demonstrates how a little knowledge about the foods and drugs we eat can teach us a lot about how our brain functions. Learn More
Younger Next Year

Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge, M.D.; read by Don Leslie and Rick Adamson

Deceptively simple, highly motivational rules that will truly make you live not just longer but stronger. Learn More
You, Inc.

Harry Beckwith and Christine Clifford Beckwith; read by Martin Ruben and Lisa DeSimone

Written in a personable and homespun style, YOU, INC. offers doses of humor and pithy knowledge to anyone who wants to thrive in the increasingly competitive business world. Learn More
You Were Always Mom's Favorite

Deborah Tannen; read by the author

Dr. Deborah Tannen, New York Times bestselling author of the blockbuster hits You Just Don’t Understand and You’re Wearing THAT? delivers the last word on sisters. Learn More
You Can Prevent a Stroke

by Joshua Yamamoto, MD, FACC & Kristin E. Thomas, MD; read by Bob Souer

Strokes are usually said to be tragic and random. They are certainly tragic, but they are not random. Strokes can be avoided, and You Can Prevent a Stroke explains how. Learn More
Writing to Persuade

by Trish Hall; read by Tanya Eby

From the former New York Times Op-Ed page editor, a definitive and entertaining resource for writers of every stripe on the neglected art of persuasion. Learn More

by Lise Johnson & Eric Chudler

How scientific reasoning explains our most common daily fears—from germs to natural disasters and everything in between. Learn More
A Woman's Guide to Diabetes

by Brandy Barnes, MSW and Natalie Strand, MD; read by Virginia Wolf

Written by two successful and down-to-earth women living with diabetes, A Woman's Guide to Diabetes offers frank discussions about the unique issues that women with all types of diabetes face, both personally and with family and friends. Learn More
Why You Eat What You Eat

by Rachel Herz, PhD; read by Jo Anna Perrin

Why You Eat What You Eat is an exploration into the psychology of eating in today's unprecedented North American pantry of abundance, access, and excess. Learn More
Why We Need Religion

by Stephen T. Asma; read by James Anderson Foster

How we feel is as vital to our survival as how we think. This claim, based on the premise that emotions are largely adaptive, serves as the organizing theme of Why We Need Religion. This book is a novel pathway in a well-trodden field of religious studies and philosophy of religion. Learn More
Why We Dream

by Alice Robb; read by Christina Delaine

A fresh, revelatory foray into the new science of dreams—how they work, what they're for, and how we can reap the benefits of our own nocturnal life. Learn More
Why Did I Come into This Room?

by Joan Lunden; read by Joan Lunden

Why Did I Come into This Room? is a funny "What to Expect When You're Expecting" for the aging woman. Learn More
Who Will Cry When You Die?

by Robin Sharma; read by Adam Verner

In this easy-to-read yet wisdom-rich manual, Robin S. Sharma offers 101 simple solutions to life's most complex problems, ranging from a little-known method for beating stress and worry to a powerful way to enjoy the journey while you create a legacy that lasts. Learn More
When You Come to a Fork in the Road, Take It!

Yogi Berra with Dave Kaplan; read by Dale Berra

Everyone knows Yogi Berra for his famous non sequiturs : "It ain’t over ’til it’s over." "It gets late early out here." "The future ain't what it used to be." They seem like throwaway lines, but over time they reveal deeper meanings—playful truths, like Zen koans. Yogi's not trying to be mystical, but his seemingly simple phrases reveal the depth and wisdom of his mind. Learn More
When Blood Breaks Down

by Mikkael A. Sekeres; read by Mike Lenz

A leading cancer specialist tells the compelling stories of three adult leukemia patients and their treatments, the disease itself, and the drugs developed to treat it. Learn More
What Your Financial Advisor Isn't Telling You

Liz Davidson; read by Randye Kaye

A highly readable personal finance book that translates financial jargon and enables readers to ask the tough questions to protect their money and their financial well-being Learn More
What to Eat When You Want to Get Pregnant

by Nicole Evena; read by Leslie Howard

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In What to Eat When You Want to Get Pregnant, diet and nutrition expert Dr. Nicole Avena offers revolutionary science-based advice for women and men who are either thinking about having a baby, already trying, or dealing with fertility issues. Learn More
What Great Parents Do

by Erica Reischer, PhD; read by Callie Beaulieu

A golden rule book to parenting best practices, What Great Parents Do concisely presents key strategies to help parents reshape kids' challenging behaviors, create strong family bonds, and guide children toward becoming happy, kind, responsible adults. Learn More
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