The inside story of the most audacious public health campaign of the twenty-first century.More
“Illuminates human fragility in tales both lyrical and soul-wrenching.” —Danielle Ofri, New York Times Book ReviewMore
Mark D. Kilgus, Jerrold S. Maxmen, Nicholas G. Ward
A comprehensive revision to the textbook on modern
psychiatric diagnosis and treatment, keyed to the DSM-5
“Thought-provoking. . . . [Allen] writes without sanctimony and never simplifies the people in his book or the moral issues his story inevitably raises.”—Wall Street JournalMore
In this "frightening and fascinating masterpiece" (Walter Isaacson), David Quammen explores the true origins of HIV/AIDS.More
“A frightening and fascinating masterpiece of science reporting that reads like a detective story.” —Walter IsaacsonMore
A Chicago Tribune 'Best Books of 2014'
A Washington Post '50 Notable Works of Nonfiction & Best Science Books 2014'
A Chicago Tribune 'Nonfiction Books to Gift 2014'
A Slate 'Best Books 2014: Staff Picks'
A Booklist '2014 Editor’s Choice' & 'Top 10 Science and Health Books of 2014'
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The fascinating story of one of the most important scientific discoveries of the twentieth century.More
Cynthia Kuhn, Scott Swartzwelder, Wilkie Wilson, Et Al.
Fully Revised and Updated Fourth Edition
The fourth edition of the essential, accessible source for understanding
how drugs work and their effects on body and behavior.More
Mark D. Kilgus, William S. Rea
A problem-based learning casebook, keyed to the newly released DSM-V.More
You have survived the crisis—trauma, disease, accident, or war—now how do you get your life back?More
“Science writing as detective story at its best.” —Jennifer Ouellette, Scientific AmericanMore
An engaging narrative about an incredible, life-giving organ and its imperiled modern fate.More
"An invaluable portrait of the evolution of international health in recent decades." —William Bynum, Wall Street JournalMore
A lively exploration of the surprising role that electricity plays in our bodies.More
“Excellent. . . . Tucker’s chronicle of the world of 17th-century science in London and Paris is fascinating.”—The EconomistMore