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Sex, Lies & STDs

Since the introduction of online dating apps, Sexually Transmitted Disease (STDs) have significantly increased as people swipe right by the billions each year. Shockingly, over one hundred million people in the United States alone have an STD. Even more alarming is that the vast majority of those infected are unaware of their STD and the role they are playing in potentially spreading their STD to others.To make matters worse, most medical professionals are also not well informed about proper testing, diagnosis, and treatments.

Dr. Huizenga teamed up with Dr. Jeffrey Klausner, a UCLA infectious disease specialist who ran the San Francisco public health department, to set the record straight about STDs.

These groundbreaking books are the first ever compilation that provides readers with their exact chance of catching any one of the 10 most common STDs. Sex, Lies & STDS Parts I & 2 contains practical, never before published prevention tips that can reduce the silent and growing STD epidemic in the United States and around the world.

Where Did All The Fat Go?

As the lovable doctor on NBC’s The Biggest Loser Dr. H advocates for a non-surgical and drug-free approach to fat loss and reaching your optimal health. In his book “Where Did All the Fat Go? The WOW! Prescription to Reach Your Ideal Weight – and Stay There”, Dr. H details what it takes to get the fat off, and maintain your ideal weight without surgery, drugs or ultra-restrictive fat dieting.


You’re Okay, It’s Just A Bruise

In 1983, Dr. H served as the team doctor to the L.A. Raiders, a position that he held for a decade. In his 1995 book, Dr. H wrote “You’re Okay, It’s Just a Bruise” about his time as the Raiders’ team doc in which he shed light on steroid use in the NFL and the pressure that is put on players to perform in spite of the threat of serious injury. Dr. H’s book served as the basis for Oliver Stone’s movie “Any Given Sunday”, ignited a national discussion on anabolic steroid use and shed light on the long-term health effects of traumatic brain injury and concussions.