Health & Wellness

Books I have written or co-written on a variety of health and wellness topics.

Breathe Easy: Your Lungs and COPD

Breathe Easy: Your Lungs and COPD

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is the third leading cause of death in the U.S., which is why I wrote a book with the Men’s Health Network (MHN) called Breathe Easy: Your Lungs and COPD. And in an effort to help the 12 million Americans who have COPD and the 12 million more whose symptoms […]

HeartBeat: What You Can Do For Your Heart Health

HeartBeat: What You Can Do For Your Heart Health

In an effort to increase awareness of AFib, and a whole range of cardiovascular diseases, Men's Health Network has recently published HeartBeat: What You Can Do For Your Heart Health, a part of the Blueprint For Men's Health series of publications. Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) is an irregular, often rapid heart rate that prevents blood from […]

Blueprint for Men's Health

Blueprint for Men's Health

This book discusses the main health issues that men face today. Each chapter focuses on a single condition or group of related conditions effecting men. This 70+ page book discusses the factors that increase health risks, shows how to recognize symptoms, and gives practical, easy-to-implement prevention strategies.

Your Head: An Owner's Manual

Your Head: An Owner's Manual

We've all heard the expression, "It's all in your head." Your mental health affects everything: your mood, your physical health, your behavior, how you sleep, your appetite, your relationships, your social life, your performance at work or school, and more.

The Best Birth: Your Guide to the Safest, Healthiest, Most Satisfying Labor and Delivery

The Best Birth: Your Guide to the Safest, Healthiest, Most Satisfying Labor and Delivery

Move over Lamaze and Bradley! Already taking the west coast by storm, the McMoyler Method offers a modern, medically savvy approach to labor and delivery that addresses the hopes and fears of today’s expectant parents.

Balance Your Brain, Balance Your Life: 28 Days to Feeling Better Than You Ever Have

Balance Your Brain, Balance Your Life: 28 Days to Feeling Better Than You Ever Have

Neurologist Lombard and preventive medicine speaker Renna argue that we are all in a state of chemical imbalance. The authors' premise is that people who are too warm need more of the cooling neurotransmitter serotonin, while people who are too cool need more dopamine. Deficiencies of either chemical lead to certain personality characteristics and are even affiliated with medical conditions such as heart disease. People who are too warm are often restless and angry, while those who are too cool are often fatigued and anxious.