The Wall Street Journal / MarketWatch | December 20, 2011
A handful of books published this year seek to challenge or explain how our standards of medical care in the U.S. have emerged.
[“Our Bodies, Ourselves”] has something for nearly everyone, whether it’s typical questions of how to navigate the health-care system, assess today’s birth-control options or handle menopause, or read urgent concerns such as what to expect at the hospital if you’ve been raped. For many women, this is a handy guide to have at the ready, no matter what stage of life you’re in or what circumstances you may find yourself in.
Read the full story: Health Books That Get Your Blood Pumping by Kristen Gerencher