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3 Best Medical Science Books

Find a wide range of medical science books to enhance your knowledge and stay updated with the latest advancements in the field.


Fat Chance

by Robert H. Lustig

4.6 (2829 reviews)

What is Fat Chance about?

In this eye-opening book, a renowned medical expert delves into the detrimental effects of sugar and processed food on our health. With compelling evidence and scientific research, the author exposes the alarming rise of obesity and chronic diseases in our society. Offering practical advice and strategies, he empowers readers to break free from the grip of sugar addiction and make healthier choices for a better future.

Who should read Fat Chance

  • Health-conscious individuals seeking to understand the detrimental effects of sugar and processed food on their well-being.

  • Medical professionals and researchers interested in exploring the link between sugar consumption

  • obesity

  • and disease.

  • Individuals struggling with weight management and seeking practical strategies to overcome sugar addiction and improve their health.


The Coronavirus Pandemic

by Headway Editorial Team

What is The Coronavirus Pandemic about?

"The Coronavirus Pandemic" is a comprehensive guide that provides essential information about the SARS-CoV-2 virus, COVID-19 disease, and crucial safety measures. Written by the Headway Editorial Team, this book offers a detailed understanding of the pandemic, including its origins, transmission, symptoms, and prevention strategies. With clear and concise explanations, it equips readers with the knowledge needed to navigate these challenging times and protect themselves and their communities.

Who should read The Coronavirus Pandemic

  • Medical professionals seeking a comprehensive understanding of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Individuals looking for reliable information on COVID-19 and safety measures.

  • Policy makers and government officials in need of evidence-based guidance.


We Are Our Brains

by D. F. Swaab

What is We Are Our Brains about?

In this thought-provoking book, the author delves into the intricate workings of the human brain, exploring its development from the earliest stages of life to the challenges posed by Alzheimer's disease. With a blend of scientific research and personal anecdotes, the book sheds light on the profound impact our brains have on shaping our identities, behaviors, and experiences, ultimately emphasizing the importance of understanding and caring for our most vital organ.

Who should read We Are Our Brains

  • Individuals interested in understanding the intricate workings of the human brain from birth to old age.

  • Medical professionals seeking comprehensive insights into the development and degeneration of the brain.

  • Those affected by or caring for individuals with Alzheimer's disease.