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    • Art Ulene interview, 1995 January

    • Vitamins in human nutrition; Vitamins
    • Dr. Art Ulene discusses his book, “The Vitamin Strategy.” He begins by explaining how doctors never understood the importance of vitamins until recently. He describes how he feels the recommended daily amounts of vitamins are insufficient, and...
    • Hollis Norton interview

    • Real estate investment; Success in business
    • Hollis Norton discusses his book, “How to Make It When You’re Cash Poor.” He begins by stressing the importance of having a good lawyer when a person is investing in real estate. He gives tips on how to find a good lawyer, a good accountant, and...
    • Peter Spiegelman interview, 2005

    • Private investigators - New York (State) - New York - Fiction; Television personalities - Fiction; Investment advisors - Fiction; Missing persons - Fiction; March, John (Fictitious character) - Fiction; New York (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Peter Spiegelman discusses his book, “Death’s Little Helpers.” He begins by explaining that this book is a sequel to his first novel, “Black Maps.” He talks about how he was an analyst on Wall Street for 20 years and describes the conflicts with...
    • Preeta Samarasan interview, 2008

    • East Indians - Malaysia - Fiction; Immigrants - Malaysia - Fiction; Upper class families - Fiction; Malaysia - Fiction
    • Preeta Samarasan discusses her novel, “Evening is the Whole Day.” She begins by explaining that this is the revised version of the book she published while she was a writing student at the University of Michigan. She talks about how she wanted to...
    • Isadore Rosenfeld interview

    • Medicine, Popular; Symptoms - Popular works
    • Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld discusses his book, “Symptoms.” He begins by explaining that his book contains a list of symptoms for many illnesses. He describes some common symptoms that are often serious like indigestion, pain during common activities,...
    • Pat Koch Thaler interview, 1980

    • Dual-career families - United States; Married people - Employment - United States; Unmarried couples - Employment - United States
    • Pat Koch Thaler discusses her book, “Working Couples.” She begins by explaining that the numbers of working women are increasing, and that wanted to take a look at how couples share responsibilities. She talks about the disparity between the...
    • Richard A. Isay interview, 1990 October

    • Gay men - United States - Psychology; Gay men - Mental health - United States; Gay men - Sexual behavior - United States; Psychoanalysis and homosexuality - United States; Psychosexual development - United States
    • Dr. Richard Isay discusses his book, “Being Homosexual.” He begins by explaining that his book provides a psychoanalytical approach to discussing homosexuality. He describes several studies that question whether homosexuality is a genetic trait. ...
    • David Kessler interview, 2005

    • Grief; Loss (Psychology); Bereavement - Psychological aspects
    • David Kessler discusses the book he co-wrote with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, “On Grief and Grieving.” He begins by talking about his time working with Kübler-Ross before her death and applies her 5 stages of grief in the book. He talks about the...
    • Howard Richman interview, 2006

    • Music therapy; Pain - therapy
    • Howard Richman discusses his book, “Sound Healing.” He explains how different types of music therapy can heal various pains within the body. Richman describes his theory of how music can match a person’s current emotional state and gradually...
    • Dean Ornish interview, 2002

    • Heart - Diseases - Diet therapy; Heart Diseases - prevention & control; Heart - Diseases - Prevention - Popular works; Health
    • Dr. Dean Ornish discusses his book, “Dr. Dean Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease: The Only System Scientifically Proved to Reverse Heart Disease Without Drugs or Surgery.” He begins by explaining that making simple lifestyle changes can...
    • John Eliot interview, 2004 November 05

    • Success - Psychological aspects; Overachievement
    • John Eliot discusses his book, “Overachievement.” He begins by discussing how he served as a consultant to Rice University’s Baseball team who won the National Championship in 2003. He explains that as the team’s consultant he helped the players...
    • Louise Bernikow interview, 1986 May

    • Social isolation; Single people - United States; Loneliness - United States
    • Louise Bernikow discusses her book, “Alone in America.” She begins by explaining that she traveled around America asking people what loneliness meant to them. She talks about how work often takes over a person’s romantic life. She talks about...

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