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Health references worth owning

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Today, Wall Street Journal health reporter Tara Parker-Pope discloses her favorite home health references worth buying in print. I wish I could repost Tara’s descriptions of each book, but WSJ gets a little upset about that sort of thing—instead I’ll link you to the Amazon description of each of her top picks.

Mayo Clinic Book of Alternative Medicine
Prevention Magazine's Nutrition Advisor by Mark Bricklin
The Johns Hopkins Complete Home Guide to Symptoms & Remedies
Human Body: A Visual Guide by Beverly McMillan
Good Housekeeping Family First Aid by Andy Jagoda, M.D.
Oh, Yuck! The Encyclopedia of Everything Nasty by Joy Masoff

For those priveleged enough to have a WSJ subscription, go read Tara's full reviews for yourself.

 

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