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The health books being released today target people, who are health conscious, who are trying to lose weight or maintain their current weight. And if not for all this, readers today want to feel fit, active, look and feel good. Every woman wants to look like she is out of a glossy magazine and can carry every outfit she watches on TV. As for the men, they dream of being active and having a well-toned body.   So in a series of blog posts we shall examine the kind...
Post by: Deepti Khanna
Last week we spoke to you about how health recipe books are the talk of the town and have become a part of everyone’s book shelf. Be it recipes to deal with acidity or healthy juices to help you lose weight or food that goes with your body type, these books have all the knowledge you would require. This week we shall take a closer look at the fitness-related health books being released these days Figure It Out: The Ultimate Guide To Teen Fitness by Na...
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We hope you are enjoying the series of health books we are doing. In the last two weeks we spoke about the books that concentrate on healthy food and a healthy fitness regime. This week we shall chat up about the books that concentrate on mental health and well being.   Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values by Robert M Pirsig One of the most important and influential books written in the past half-century, Robert M Pirsig's &q...
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              “You can't wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.”   -    Jack London   Born as John Griffith Chaney and popularly known as Jack London was born on January 12, 1876. Synonymous with literary works such as The Call of the Wild, White Fang, Burning Daylight, Lost Face, South Sea Tales and The Leopard Man’s Story among others. He was a multi-faceted i...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
  Brain fitness reflects a hypothesis or belief that the cognitive abilities of the brain can be improved upon by exercising, similarly as the body requires exercise to keep it fir and healthy. There is a strong amount of evidence that parts of the brain remain plastic throughout life and a high level of activity reduces the risk of age-induced dementia by manifold. But apart from this, there is very limited understanding of how the brain can be improved upon. ...
Post by: Tathagata Behera


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