Margaret Henderson

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Inflamed: Deep Medicine and the Anatomy of Injustice

An excellent book for anyone concerned with health, community, or the environment. The accessible writing will draw readers in.

The Menopause Manifesto: Own Your Health with Facts and Feminism

Like her previous guide, Gunter’s latest book will find a wide audience, with its clear writing and up-to-date research.

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What Fresh Hell Is This? Perimenopause, Menopause, Other Indignities, and You

This newest work by Corinna is an excellent option for readers experiencing menopause or living alongside someone who is. While it is not as scientifically rigorous as The Menopause Manifesto by Jen Gunter, this book still offers a helpful overview, with up-to-date research and friendly advice on accepting one’s new body.

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Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old

A solid read for those interested in biological sciences research, and anyone looking to learn more about aging in general.

The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women and Women to Medicine

This book is an excellent read for those interested in the history of medicine and those who enjoy a well-written biography.
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A Good Time To Be Born: How Science and Public Health Gave Children a Future

Klass masterfully introduces readers to the people coming up with solutions for many of the dangers of childhood and shows how the pediatric specialty over time has worked to improve children’s lives. Essential reading for parents.
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Breath from Salt: A Deadly Genetic Disease, a New Era in Science, and the Patients and Families Who Changed Medicine Forever

An excellent choice for those interested in learning more about medical history, and the process of bringing awareness to chronic illness.
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Alzheimer’s Disease and Infectious Causes: The Theory and Evidence

An excellent book for patients, caregivers, and those who are learning about infectious causes of Alzheimer’s disease.
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