Medicine, May 2017 | Best Sellers

August 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

  1. How To Survive a Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS
    France, David
    Alfred A. Knopf
    2016. ISBN 9780307700636. $30
  2. Chickenizing Farms & Food: How Industrial Meat Production Endangers Workers, Animals, and Consumers
    Silbergeld, Ellen K.
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    2016. ISBN 9781421420301. $26.95
  3. Poverty and the Myths of Health Care Reform
    Cooper, Richard (Buz)
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    2016. ISBN 9781421420226. $35
  4. Zika: The Emerging Epidemic
    McNeil, Donald G., Jr.
    W.W. Norton
    2016. ISBN 9780393609141. $24.95
  5. How Men Age: What Evolution Reveals About Male Health and Mortality
    Bribiescas, Richard G.
    Princeton University Press
    2016. ISBN 9780691160634. $24.95
  6. The Vaccine Race: Science, Politics, and the Human Costs of Defeating Disease
    Wadman, Meredith
    Viking
    2017. ISBN 9780525427537. $30
  7. Who Owns the Dead? The Science and Politics of Death at Ground Zero
    Aronson, Jay D.
    Harvard University Press
    2016. ISBN 9780674971493. $29.95
  8. Getting Risk Right: Understanding the Science of Elusive Health Risks
    Kabat, Geoffrey C.
    Columbia University Press
    2017. ISBN 9780231166461. $35
  9. Sport: A Biological, Philosophical, and Cultural Perspective
    Schulkin, Jay
    Columbia University Press
    2016. ISBN 9780231176767. $60
  10. Dying and Living in the Neighborhood: A Street-Level View of America’s Healthcare Promise
    Singh, Prabhjot
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    2016. ISBN 9781421420448. $27.95
  11. Drug Dealer, MD: How Doctors Were Duped, Patients Got Hooked, and Why It’s So Hard To Stop
    Lembke, Anna
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    2016. ISBN 9781421421407. $19.95
  12. Gender Medicine: The Groundbreaking New Science of Gender—and Sex-Related Diagnosis and Treatment
    Glezerman, Marek
    Overlook
    2016. ISBN 9781468313185. $29.95
  13. Glow Kids: How Screen Addiction Is Hijacking Our Kids—and How To Break the Trance
    Kardaras, Nicholas
    St Martin’s Press
    2016. ISBN 9781250097996. $25.99
  14. Scurvy: The Disease of Discovery
    Lamb, Jonathan
    Princeton University Press
    2017. ISBN 9780691147826. $35
  15. A History of Global Health: Interventions into the Lives of Other Peoples
    Packard, Randall M.
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    2016. ISBN 9781421420325. $65
  16. The Health of Newcomers: Immigration, Health Policy, and the Case for Global Solidarity
    Illingworth, Patricia
    New York University Press
    2017. ISBN 9780814789216. $45
  17. Black LGBT Health in the United States: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation
    Follins, Lourdes Dolores
    Lexington Books
    2017. ISBN 9781498535762. $85
  18. A Plague on All Our Houses: Medical Intrigue, Hollywood, and the Discovery of AIDS
    Hillman, Bruce J.
    University Press of New England
    2017. ISBN 9781611688757. $29.95
  19. Blue Marble Health: An Innovative Plan To Fight Diseases of the Poor Amid Wealth
    Hotez, Peter J.
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    2016. ISBN 9781421420462. $28.95
  20. Our Bodies, Our Data: How Companies Make Billions Selling Our Medical Records
    Tanner, Adam
    Beacon
    2017. ISBN 9780807033340. $28.95
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