Best Care Anywhere is an amazingly positive title for a health care reform book.
“Daily Rituals is a delightful exploration of the personalities and private-moment quirks of artists and writers . . .”
What makes the creative spirit emerge?
“Caution: Reading this book will make your blood pressure rise and launch you on the warpath—directly to your legislator’s front steps.”
“Illness and disease force one to separate the gripping and material mind-body connection, summoning forth a previously unknown strength of spirit.
“Overall, a convincing read.”
David Goldhill’s thought provoking examination of the U.S. health care industry is informed by his keen business perspective.
“. . . a comprehensive telling of multifaceted problems inherent in the current health care system—a book long overdue.”
“. . . a good case study of what happens . . . when politics and science use each other and the media to advance their own agendas rather than public policy.”
“. . . heartily recommended for readers seeking general information and a light touch.”
“. . . a very credible argument for collaboration between disciplines . . . entertaining and beautifully written . . .”
“We can all benefit from learning to be more strategic when it comes to credit . . .”
“With the Hand does a great job of looking at an entire range of ways that masturbation is and has been perceived over the years.”
“Through her remarkable journey Carly Fleischmann has become a national figure as she explores every aspect of what it means to be autistic within her writing.
“As the AIDS epidemic enters its fourth decade, AIDS-related deaths have stabilized in most regions of the world, except for Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
“Rethinking Depression: How to Shed Mental Health Labels and Create Personal Meaning by Eric Maisel explores some significant issues with the way depression is currently diagnosed
“Richard Gabriel undertakes a formidable challenge in writing on a topic little understood: the history of ancient military medicine. By all accounts he has brilliantly succeeded. Dr.
“The Wandering Gene and the Indian Princess took ten years to write and was very highly researched. Mr.
“Mr. Henaghan does shine light on the confusion regarding the multitude of patient safety organizations and makes health care system simplification sound attractive.
“Ms. Herz indeed proves her point about ‘benign masochism.’ We are disgusted by disgust. And we can’t stop reading about it.”
“Funny, informative, and irreverent, Me, My Cells, and I is perfect bedtime reading for a recently diagnosed prostate cancer patient—no matter what stage of disease is involved.”
“The authors of Healing at the Speed of Sound do an excellent job of providing readers with solid scientific evidence in easy-to-understand terms.
“The Healthcare Cure is concerned with ‘paying health insurance claims,’ while the rest of the world is focused on improving care.”
“The Enlightened Brain is beneficial for anyone who feels stuck in a forest of imbalance and wants to ‘cut a path to a better place,’ as Dr. Hanson says.
“In order to dramatically illustrate the effectiveness of the malaria campaign, Mr.
“People who read this fascinating and eye-opening book will never think about concussions and head injuries in the same old way.”