Excellent General Information Source: The National Institute of Mental Health home page: www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml
This provides detailed information on a variety of topics, organized by diagnosis.

Depression Central is a website by Ivan Goldberg, MD. Interesting articles on a variety of topics: www.psycom.net/depression.central.html

Jim Phelps, MD, psychiatrist: Mood disorders www.psycheducation.org . He also authored the book, Why Am I Still Depressed

Russell Barkley, PhD has written textbooks about ADHD for the last 30 years: www.russellbarkley.org/index.htm . The “Fact Sheet” tab has 3 interesting articles to download.

Nassir Ghaemi, MD’s book Mood Disorders, 2nd. edition in the Guides in Psychiatry Series, is a rarity: a clearly written, thought out book.

Keeping a mood chart can be very helpful in tracking a mood disorder and seeing the effects of an intervention. A free one, with instructions and an example of what a completed one looks like, is available at the Massachusetts General Hospital website: www.manicdepressive.org/moodchart.html

The Men’s Health Big Book of Exercises or The Women’s Health Big Book of Exercises, by Adam Campbell (2009, Rodale Press; $24.99, $14.99 at Amazon): huge (each runs more than 450 pages), copiously illustrated in color, encyclopedic in the scope of exercises covered, with sound advice on technique and nutrition.

Mike Boyle: Functional Training for Sports ($19.95) and Advances in Functional Training ($34.95). Mike Boyle has a good writing style and the attitude of a researcher: he is constantly looking for ways to improve his practice. He isn’t afraid to admit past mistakes and discard techniques that aren’t helpful.

Mark Verstegen: Core Performance (CP), CP Essentials, CP Endurance, CP Golf, CP for Women: Mark Verstegen has developed a simple exercise and nutrition system that is time efficient and works for both professional athletes and ordinary people.

Mark Bittman: How to Cook Anything, Wiley, 2nd edition, 2008. One key to healthy eating is to cook at home. Having a good cookbook is very helpful, and if I could only have one cookbook, this would be it. Mark Bittman’s approach to cooking is simple, practical, and the recipes work.