BOOKS THAT GET TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER

BOOKS THAT GET TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER

Garden City Park, NY: A challenging new year is upon us, and the questions already seem to far outweigh any answers.

From a catalog of more than 300 titles, Square One Publishers remains a source of solid information and expertise in accordance with life’s many challenges and problems. Whether aimed at a reader’s state of physical health or emotional well-being, these are books that focus on the issue at hand with decisiveness and clarity.

The following five books can serve well as a bridge between Square One’s mission and readers’ needs:

WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT THYROID DISORDERS AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM ($16.95 USD, ISBN: 9780757004247)

Since one in twenty people suffer with thyroid problems—the majority of them being women—this title from longtime bestselling author Pamela Wartian Smith, MD is the top go-to guide for how best to treat autoimmune dysfunction, hypo- and hyperthyroidism, mood swings, cancer, memory loss, weight issues, heart problems and more.

DIVORCE MATTERS ($18.95 USD, ISBN: 9780757005251, May 2024)

This debut title from family law attorney Kathy Criscuolo Boufford, Esq. provides all the answers and advice needed to navigate the divorce process from start to finish in one step-by-step guide.

HEALING FLOATERS AND DETACHMENTS NATURALLY
($15.95 USD, ISBN: 9780757005305, February 2024)

As all of us age, we become increasingly susceptible to seeing a recurring parade of spots or streaks appear before our eyes—a combined phenomenon referred to by vision experts as “floaters and detachments.” Here is a book that discusses the situation in detail and presents all manner of conventional and complementary health approaches that may help to alleviate and even avoid these troublesome issues.

BLACK HEALTH MATTERS ($16.95 USD, ISBN: 9780757005077)

February may be Black History Month, but the state of health nationwide in the Black community should be a year-long concern. Himself an African-American doctor, award-winning author and longtime physician Richard W. Walker, Jr., MD wrote Black Health Matters as a crucial first step in turning the tide toward a far healthier lifestyle for millions of people. (Now also available as an audiobook.)

LOW VISION MATTERS ($19.95 USD, ISBN: 9780757005343)

The COVID era—with so many folks staring for hours at all manner of computer screens—has put vision problems front and center like never before. And with over seven million people in the US alone, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suffering from severe vision loss or blindness, a book like Low Vision Matters now matters more than ever before. Here is a comprehensive guide to all the aids and equipment now available—along with important practical advice—to those who are vision-challenged.

Square One's titles are all available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Bookshop.org, and everywhere else where books are sold.
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