Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Best Health Books for Laymen

Library Journal's article Consumer Health, 24 titles ranging from autism to spinal cord injury by Barbara Bibel. (LJ February 1, 2009) reviews 2008's best books in the field.
BHPL owns many, but not all, of the titles. A sample of what is available from our consumer health collection:
Spinal Cord Injury and the Family: a new guide by Alpert and Wisnia
The Myth of Alzheimer's by Peter J. Whitehouse
Techniques of Healthy Cooking from the Culinary Institute of America
Anatomy of Exercise: a trainer's guide to your workout by Kacy Duke
Head Cases: stories of brain injury and its aftermath by Michael Paul Mason
Medical Myths that Can Kill You by NBC medical correspondent, Nancy Snyderman.

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