Ask Dr. Weil

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Random House Large Print, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 311 pages
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Whether you are eager to learn about the best path to recovery from illness or hoping to enhance your overall well-being, Dr. Weil's expert advice will gently guide you toward the healthier, fuller life you deserve.

In his #1 New York Times bestsellers Spontaneous Healing and Eight Weeks to Optimum Health, Dr. Andrew Weil opened our eyes to the body's wondrous ability to heal itself naturally. And after the tremendous response he received from countless readers, he launched the Web site "Ask Dr. Weil" (, which is the HotWired Network's top-rated program on the Internet. Now, in this comprehensive edition of the complete Ask Dr. Weil book series, he offers guidance on the issues that matter to us most, including

Your Top Health Concerns
* Does red wine really help my heart?
* What do I do for a aching back?

Natural Remedies
* What can I do to stop snoring?
* Is chicken soup a good cold remedy?

Common Illnesses
* Can I fight depression without drugs?
* Is there a natural cure for bad breath?

Healthy Living
* Does an aspirin a day keep the doctor away?
* Is decaf healthier?

Women's Health
* How can I fight PMS naturally?
* Which herbs help hot flashes?

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Andrew Weil, M.D., has worked for the National Institute of Mental Health and for fifteen years was a Research Associate in Ethnopharmacology at the Harvard Botanical Museum. He has traveled extensively throughout the world collecting information about the medicinal properties of plants, altered states of consciousness, and healing. He has written for the New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Nature, The New England Journal of Medicine and other national publications. He is under constant demand to lecture and appear on radio and television. He is currently Associate Director of the Division of Social Perspectives in Medicine, and Director of the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, where he practices natural and preventive me

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