Titles Per Page
View Titles For:
by John K. Young
The structures that lie beneath our skin represent a remarkable and beautiful assortment of biological machines essential for our lives. Often, however, we take these structures for granted; it is only when we become ill that we wonder how the body functions and what has gone wrong.
Study ONLY NREMT exam tested material. No “fluff” or other information you don’t need to know to pass.
by Deepak Chopra
Deepak Chopra is well-known for both his scholarly grasp of Eastern traditions and his capacity to distill complex spiritual notions into popular, easily accessible presentations.
by Jerome Groopman
A New Yorker staff writer, bestselling author, and professor at Harvard Medical School unravels the mystery of how doctors figure out the best treatments---or fail to do so. This book describes the warning signs of flawed medical thinking and offers intelligent questions patients can ask.
by Tracy Kidder
Kidder tells the true story of a socially conscious genius who uses his intellectual and personal gifts to solve global health problems.
by Caroline Myss
America's leading medical intuitive fast-forwards you to the future of medicine where energy, health...
by Rebecca Skloot
Her name was Henrietta Lacks, but scientists know her as HeLa. She was a poor Southern tobacco farmer who worked the same land as her slave ancestors, yet her cells--taken without her knowledge--became one of the most important tools in medicine.
by Mary Roach
An oddly compelling, often hilarious exploration of the strange lives of our bodies postmortem.
by David B. Agus
The End of Illness is a bold call for all of us to become our own personal health advocates, and a dramatic departure from orthodox thinking. This is a seminal work that promises to revolutionize how we live.
by Harold G. Koenig
More and more information points to the necessity of doing a religious/spiritual profile on a patient—in addition to a physical and lifestyle assessment—in order to provide the optimum plan for health and healing.