Free Press / Medical

Best Selling

Language

All

English (19)

French (0)

German (0)

Spanish (0)

Italian (0)

 

Release Date

All

Last 7 days (0)

Last 30 days (0)

Current year (0)

 

Catalog Date

All

Last 7 days (0)

Last 30 days (0)

Current year (0)

 

Publisher

Delete Free Press

 

Collection

Free Press (19)

 

Category

Delete Medical

 

In category

Preventive Medicine (1)

Healing (1)

Reference (1)

Drug Guides (1)

Infectious Diseases (1)

Neuroscience (1)

History (1)

AIDS & HIV (1)

Nutrition (1)

Mental Health (1)

Holistic Medicine (1)

Psychiatry (1)

Forensic Medicine (1)

Education & Training (1)

Diseases (1)

Neurology (1)

 

Total Loans

All (19)

20 - 40 (19)

40 - 100 (0)

Over 100 (0)

More options

Results : 1 - 19 of 19 Sorted by : 

Between Expectations

by Meghan Weir Free Press (December 22, 2010)

When Dr. Meghan Weir first dons her scrubs and steps onto the floor of Children’s Hospital Boston as a newly minted resident, her head is packed with medical-school-textbook learning. She knows the ins and...


Superbug: The Fatal Menace of MRSA

by Maryn McKenna Free Press (March 23, 2010)

LURKING in our homes, hospitals, schools, and farms is a terrifying pathogen that is evolving faster than the medical community can track it or drug developers can create antibiotics to quell it. That pathogen...


Guide to Alzheimer's Disease

by Barry Reisberg Free Press (June 30, 2008)

An excellent and intelligent book for the families of patients with Alzheimer's disease.

Written by long-time researcher Dr. Barry Reisberg, this guide is filled with information for the families, loved ones,...


Psychotherapist'S Guide To Psychopharmacology

by Michael J. Gitlin Free Press (June 30, 2008)

The last twenty-five years have witnessed an explosion of knowledge about the influence of brain biochemistry on mood and behavior and about pharmacological approaches to treating mental and emotional disorders....


From Paralysis to Fatigue

by Edward Shorter Free Press (June 30, 2008)

The first book to put the physical symptoms of stress in their historical and cultural context.

This fascinating history of psychosomatic disorders shows how patients throughout the centuries have produced symptoms...


The Left-Hander Syndrome: The Causes and Consequences of Left-Handedness

by Stanley Coren Free Press (December 25, 2012)

Nine out of every ten human beings are naturally right-handed. Those who were not right-handed were feared, shunned, or forcibly retrained in many periods and cultures. Indeed, some members of fundamentalist...


The 17 Day Plan to Stop Aging: A Step by Step Guide to Living 100 Happy, Healthy Years

by Dr. Mike Moreno Free Press (September 18, 2012)

From the author of the #1 bestselling The 17 Day Diet, the inspiring and easy-to-follow plan for staying young and healthy, based on the same 17 day model that made the diet the bestselling diet book of 2011....


The Great Starvation Experiment

by Todd Tucker Free Press (April 25, 2006)

What does it feel like to starve? To feel your body cry out for nourishment, to think only of food? How many fitful, hungry nights must pass before dreams of home-cooked meals metastasize into nightmares of...


The Omega-3 Connection

by Andrew L. Stoll, M.D. Free Press (August 09, 2001)

For years scientists have searched for a "magic bullet" to relieve the pain of depression and other mood disorders -- safe enough for nursing mothers, children with ADHD, and the elderly, without the side effects...


Suspicious Minds

by Joel Gold & Ian Gold Free Press (July 08, 2014)

A “clear, witty, and engaging” (The Boston Globe) journey through the brain that connects neuroscience, biology, and culture. An “intellectual landmark” (Edward Shorter, Literary Review of Canada).

The...


Who They Were

by Robert C. Shaler Free Press (October 28, 2005)

In Who They Were, Dr. Robert C. Shaler, the man who directed the largest and most groundbreaking forensic DNA investigation in U.S. history, tells with poignant clarity and refreshing honesty the story behind...


Witness to an Extreme Century

by Robert Jay Lifton Free Press (June 14, 2011)

On a fateful day in the spring of 1954 Robert Jay Lifton, a young American psychiatrist just discharged from service in the Korean War, decided to stay in Hong Kong rather than return home—changing his life...


Shadows Bright as Glass

by Amy Ellis Nutt Free Press (April 05, 2011)

On a sunny fall afternoon in 1988, Jon Sarkin was playing golf when, without a whisper of warning, his life changed forever. As he bent down to pick up his golf ball, something strange and massive happened inside...


Beating Back the Devil

by Maryn McKenna Free Press (August 31, 2004)

The universal human instinct is to run from an outbreak of disease like Ebola. These doctors run toward it. Their job is to stop epidemics from happening.

They are the disease detective corps of the US Centers...


The Whole Life Prostate Book

by H. Ballentine Carter & Gerald Secor Couzens Free Press (June 05, 2012)

MEN TODAY face a growing health crisis. More than twenty million nationwide are affected by a prostate health issue, and more than two hundred thousand are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year. Many of...


The End of Illness

by David B. Agus Free Press (January 17, 2012)

Can we live robustly until our last breath?

Do we have to suffer from debilitating conditions and sickness? Is it possible to add more vibrant years to our lives? In the #1 New York Times bestselling The End...


Unhinged

by Daniel Carlat Free Press (May 18, 2010)

IN THIS STIRRING AND BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN WAKE-UP CALL, psychiatrist Daniel Carlat exposes deeply disturbing problems plaguing his profession, revealing the ways it has abandoned its essential purpose: to understand...


The Invisible People

by Greg Behrman Free Press (May 25, 2004)

The Invisible People is a revealing and at times shocking look inside the United States's response to one of the greatest catastrophes the world has ever known -- the global AIDS crisis. A true story of politics,...


Ask a Nurse

by Amer Assoc of Colleges of Nurs Free Press (July 14, 2001)

In the hospital or at the doctor's office, it's the nurses whom patients trust to answer their questions simply, directly, and understandably. So who better to provide inside information about how to manage...