Health, Beauty, and Exercise Books I Worked On, 1988-1999

1998

Change Your Brain, Change Your Life: The Revolutionary, Clinically Proven Program for Mastering Your Moods, Conquering Your Anxieties and Obsessions, Taming Your Temper and Distractibility by Daniel G. Amen, Times Books (proofread)

1996

The New York Times Book of Health: How to Feel Fitter, Eat Better, and Live Longer by Jane E. Brody and the Reporters of The New York Times, Times Books (copyedited)

I'm Too Young to Get Old: Health Care for Women After Forty (medical advice for baby boomers) by Judith Reichman, Times Books (proofread)

1995

Good News About High Blood Pressure: Everything You Need to Know to Take Control of Hypertension--And Your Life by Thomas Pickering, Simon & Schuster (proofread)

Body Signals (a book on interpreting bodily symptoms for people over 40) by Bruce K. Lowell, HarperCollins (copyedited)

1994

Doctor, What Should I Eat? (how various foods can help in a number of medical conditions) by Isadore Rosenfeld, Random House (proofread)

Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine (how some of our illnesses are natural products of our evolutionary path) by George Williams and Randolph Nesse, Times Books (copyedited)

1988

Calcium and Common Sense (a layperson's guide to calcium) by Robert M. Heaney and M. Janet Barger-Lux, Doubleday (copyedited)

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