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Fat Nation: A History of Obesity in America

Recommended for casual health and wellness readers.—Carolann Curry, Mercer Univ. Lib., Macon, GA

The Chrysalis

Reading like a Hollywood horror flick, Deneen's (The Ninth Circle) recent release has all the elements of a successful scary story: a spooky old house, a foreboding basement, and an eerie psychological breakdown. Recommended for readers of thrillers, supernatural horror, and sf.

Pandemic 1918: Eyewitness Accounts from the Greatest Medical Holocaust in Modern History

An enjoyable read using easily understood terms. Recommended for public health professionals, historical medicine readers, world history buffs, and historical fiction fans.

Master Your Diabetes: A Comprehensive, Integrative Approach for Both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

Those looking for alternatives to conventional diabetes management approaches will find this a comprehensive and practical resource. Recommended for diabetic and prediabetic patients, as well as family members of those diagnosed.

The Stress-Proof Brain: Master Your Emotional Response to Stress Using Mindfulness and Neuroplasticity

Greenberg's objective, science-based approach presents information in an unbiased way, avoiding the stigma that many associate with mental health and emotional well-being. Equally informative as a useful self-help guide, this title is highly recommended for mental health professionals and consumer health readers looking to manage stress.

The Graveyard Apartment

Taking into consideration that this novel is a translated work, some readers may find it difficult to get fully immersed in the text, but patient fans of supernatural fiction and Asian horror genre enthusiasts should be pleased.

Menopause Confidential: A Doctor Reveals the Secrets to Thriving Through Midlife

Recommended for women over 40 or those looking for insight into women's health.

Adventures of a Female Medical Detective: In Pursuit of Smallpox and AIDS

Recommended to those with an interest in medicine, specifically women looking to focus on public health.

The Last Good Girl

Fast paced with strong, vivid characters, this installment succeeds as a stand-alone, so readers new to the Anna Curtis series can easily follow. With a focus on a timely, important issue, this will be high on the to-read list of readers who appreciate the works of Lisa Scottoline, Linda A. Fairstein, and Gillian Flynn.

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