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The Problem of Alzheimer’s: How Science, Culture, and Politics Turned a Rare Disease Into a Crisis and What We Can Do about It

As science and medicine continue to study Alzheimer’s, Karlawish suggests, advances in technology, assisted living arrangements, and other lifestyle changes can be used to help people live well with the disease. A must-read on an important subject.

The Inevitable: Dispatches on the Right to Die

A must-read for anyone concerned about quality of life at the end of life.

Women in White Coats: How the First Women Doctors Changed the World of Medicine

The story of these trailblazing women and their unique achievements within the medical profession in the 19th century is well written and benefits from bountiful primary sources. It will be a great resource for further in-depth biographical studies. A highly recommended purchase for public library collections, and those that focus on health policy and women in STEM careers.

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There’s No Pill for This: A Naturopathic Physician’s Personal Prescription for Managing Multiple Sclerosis

An open, honest, and up-to-date guide, based on personal experience in addition to science, for people living with MS along with their caregivers..
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Vagina Problems: Endometriosis, Painful Sex, and Other Taboo Topics

Parker realizes the importance of being your own advocate while journeying through health care systems. Using the author’s passion and own experiences, this book empowers readers not to give up. A solid purchase for public and consumer health libraries.
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The Cancer Code: A Revolutionary New Understanding of a Medical Mystery

As Fung’s previous books, The Obesity Code and The Diabetes Code, have been popular with a variety of patrons, this recent exploration of an important subject has the same potential.
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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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Our Malady: Lessons in Liberty from a Hospital Diary

Snyder writes with passion and clarity, using personal observations, historical references, and case studies to raise the call for reforming the current health care system; stating that without changes, true freedom remains elusive for many.
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Dear Life: A Doctor’s Story of Love and Loss

Clarke is a clear-eyed, compassionate storyteller, and the stories of her patients’ suffering and final moments—along with her father’s
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