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About Cameron Stauth
Cameron Stauth is an American author who has written 26 books that focus primarily on medicine, and on narrative nonfiction accounts of true stories. A former magazine editor and columnist, several of Stauth's books, including Brain Longevity and The Manhunter, have been national and international bestsellers, and his books have been published in nine languages and 21 countries. The New York Times Review of Books has called him "a talented and graceful writer, and a tireless reporter." His most recent book, In the Name of God, to be published October 15, 2013, by St. Martin's Press, is the true story of America's most deadly church, in which almost one hundred children have died due to medical neglect by parents who believed only in faith healing. New York Times bestselling author Lisa Pulitzer has called the book "powerful, moving, and painstakingly researched," and Susan Ray Schmidt, author of Favorite Wife: Escape from Polygmany, has written that the book is "a breathtaking masterpiece." He is now working on an expose of gay reparative therapy.
Bibliography and Review Comments
The New Approach to Cancer (T.S. Vernon and Sons Publishers, 1980)
"An exciting new look at an old problem. If Stauth is right, this changes everything." The Portland Oregonian.
"This is my favorite new book of the year, and maybe last year, too." Gary Null, syndicated talk radio host, and author.
The Sweeps (Bantam Books, 1985)
"A penetrating picture of the world behind the tube -- one of the best yet." Publishers Weekly
"Funnier than any sitcom, and faster paced than most network action shows." Newsday
"Hilarious. You couldn't ask for more." New York Times bestselling author George Higgins
The Franchise (William Morrow, 1989)
# 1 Regional bestseller
"This is one of the best books ever written on professional sports." Library Journal
"The season lives on in Cameron Stauth's superb book...." The Book of Basketball, by Bill Simmons
"...a superb portrait: hip, sweaty, glitzy, and sexy." The Sporting News
"...the best sports book to come along since the brilliant The Breaks of the Game by David Halberstam." The Buffalo News
The Golden Boys (Pocket Books, 1992)
"This is the best book on basketball ever written." www.FirstTake
"Top Ten Books of 1992" list, The Sporting News
"...a book of insight, power and wit." The San Francisco Chronicle
The Manhunter (Pocket Books, 1994)
Optioned by Disney
"...reads like a movie script." The Fresno Bee
"...extraordinarily compelling and engaging." Thomas Keneally, author of Schindler's List
Brain Longevity, with D.S. Khalsa, M.D. (Warner Books, 1996)
Nine foreign sales, and #1 bestseller in Brazil and Mexico
"This book has a charming bookside manner, thanks to veteran health journalist Stauth." Publisher's Weekly
"...fascinating and magnetically appealing." Booklist
"...well written, easy to understand, and inspiring." Smart Drug News
"...a must-read." Andrew Weil, M.D.
Leadership Secrets of the Rogue Warrior, with Richard Marcinko (Pocket Books, 1997)
Four months New York Times business bestseller
"Look out, Bill Gates!" USA Today
"...surpasses Sun Tzu's The Art of War." Publisher's Weekly
The Rogue Warrior's Strategy for Success, with Richard Marcinko (Pocket books, 1998)
"Picture the SEAL Team Six Commanding Officer as Rambo in pinstripes -- inspirational and entertaining." Publisher's Weekly
The Pain Cure, with D.S. Khalsa, M.D. (Warner Books, 1999)
"...a godsend, highly recommended!" Larry Dossey, M.D.
"...exciting, and easy to understand." Dr. Marc Hahn, Hershey Medical Center
"...combines the best of traditional medicine with the newness of the complementary health approaches." Ron Lawrence, M.D., UCLA School of Medicine
The False Fat Diet, with Elson Haas, M.D. (Ballantine Books, 2000)
Finalist, Books for a Better Life Awards
"This book is now the classic on food allergy and weight management." Let's Live magazine
"This book can change your life forever." Leo Galland, M.D.
"...an awesome contribution -- clear, reflective, and easy to use." Kathleen Desmaisons, M.D., author, Potatoes, Not Prozac
Meditation As Medicine, with D.S. Khalsa, M.D. (Pocket Books, 2001)
"I strongly recommend it." Deepak Chopra, M.D.
"...a very wise book." Larry Dossey, M.D.
"...a clear and approachable writing style." Barnes and Noble Review
What Happy People Know, with Dan Baker, Ph.D. ( Rodale Press, 2002)
Twelve foreign sales
"...best self-help book I've ever read!" Publisher's Weekly
"...exceptionally well written." Booklist
"...an important contribution." USA Today
The Starch Blocker Diet, with Steven Rosenblatt, M.D. (Harper Collins, 2003)
400 author media appearances
"...co-author Stauth somehow makes the science here seem easy." Willamette Week
"...nicely written." Woman's World
The NIA Technique (for Debbie and Carlos Rosas, Broadway Books, 2004)
"...an emotional fitness odyssey." The New York Times
"...deceptively powerful: a high-powered workout that will leave you strong and centered." Health Magazine
One Body, One Life, with Gregory Joujon-Roche (Penguin Putnam, 2006)
Accompanied by a website with Waterfront Media
"What a great book!" actor Tobey Maguire
"...reads like a great novel." Amazon reader review
"This book has changed my life." Amazon reader review
Healing the New Childhood Epidemics, with Kenneth Bock, M.D. (Ballantine Books, 2007)
"...a remarkable work by a fine physician and an excellent science writer." Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.
"An easy-to-read, common sense guide to beneficial biomedical treatments." Temple Grandin, author of Thinking In Pictures
"...another strong showing by Cameron Stauth." IntegrativeMD.com
"This is a life-changing book." Amazon reader review
Love Leadership, with John Hope Bryant, foreward by Bill George (Wiley, 2009)
"John Bryant is a whirlwind of ideas and action," Former President Bill Clinton
"The short time you spend reading this book will change your life," Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia
"This book is a must-read for America's current and future leaders," Jim Clifton, CEO, Gallup, Inc.
"...a powerful message about rediscovering our humanity." David Gergen, former White House Chief of Staff
Why Our Health Matters: A Vision of Medicine That Can Transform Our Future, for Andrew Weil, M.D. (Penguin, 2010)
Entered into the Congressional Record
"This is the most timely and essential book you will ever read." Alison Wilson, health-journalist.com
"...an important warning by America's most famous doctor, beautifully rendered by Cameron Stauth." Aging Matters Magazine, London
The End of Pain, with Peter Wehling, M.D. and Chris Renna, D.O. (Amazon Books, 2011)
Top 100 Kindle Store, Books on Arthritis
"Before you consider surgery, read this." Lifespan Medicine
"...a must-read for everyone who has arthritic pain." Amazon reviewer
"I was able to resume playing golf." Fred Couples, professional golfer
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Proven effective by scientific research and presented here by Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa and Cameron Stauth, the practice of Medical Meditation revolutionizes the healing process. By balancing and regenerating the body's ethereal and physical energies through simple meditations, Medical Meditation unites the mind, body, and spirit into a powerful triad.
Each Medical Meditation here has a specific physiological effect, targeting afflictions from arthritis to ulcers to cancer. Dr. Khalsa details the five unique attributes that endow this type of meditation with far more power than standard meditation. The combination of special postures and movements; exact positioning of the hands and fingers; particular mantras; specific breathing patterns; and a unique focus of concentration can change your entire biochemical profile, easing you into a calm, healing state. Practiced in conjunction with conventional or alternative medical treatments, cutting-edge Medical Meditation activates the healing force within you.
After two decades as a behavior analyst in the FBI, Robin Dreeke knows a thing or two about sizing people up. He's navigated complex situations that range from handling Russian spies to navigating the internal politics at the Bureau. Through that experience, he was forced to develop a knack for reading people--their intentions, their capabilities, their desires and their fears.
Dreeke's first book, It's Not All About "Me," has become a cult favorite with readers seeking to build quick rapport with others. His last book, The Code of Trust, was about how to inspire trust in others as a leader. In Sizing People Up, Dreeke shares his simple, six-step system that helps you predict anyone's future behavior based on their words, goals, patterns of action, and the situation at hand.
Predicting the behavior of others is an urgent need for anyone whose work involves relationships with others, whether it's leading an organization, collaborating with a teammate, or closing a sale. But predictability is not as simple as good and evil, or truth and fiction. Allies might make a promise with every intention of keeping it, not realizing that they will be unable to do so due to some personal shortcoming. And those seeking to thwart your endeavor may not realize how reliable their malevolent tells have become.
Dreeke's system is simple, but powerful. For instance, a colleague might have a strong moral code, but do they believe your relationship will be long-term? Even the most upstanding person can betray your trust if they don't see themselves tied to you or your desired result in the long term. How can you determine whether someone has both the skill and will to do what they've said they're going to do? Behaviors as subtle as how they take notes will reveal their reliability.
Using this book as their manual, readers will be able to quickly and easily determine who they can trust and who they can't; who is likely to deliver on promises and who will disappoint; and when a person is vested in your success vs when they are actively plotting your demise. With this knowledge they can confidently embark on anything from a business venture to a romantic relationship to a covert operation without the stress of the unknown.
As we grow older and experience the stresses of life, at about age 40 many of us begin to have trouble remembering things, concentrating, and generally staying mentally sharp. This book contains a four-part program including nutritional, stress-relieving, pharmacological, and mind-body exercise therapies to help people overcome the undesirable effects of normal brain "aging". By controlling cortisol, a hormone that is toxic to the brain and present in excessive levels as we age, Dr. Khalsa's plan can help improve memory and emotional zest.
This is the first book to:
Describe a program that may diminish age-associated memory impairment
Feature a clinical method that can promote memory functioning impaired by Alzheimer's disease
Detail the physical damage done to the brain by stress, how it adversely affects memory and our other mental abilities, and what can be done about it.