“Our Bodies, Ourselves” has long been referred to as the “women’s health bible.” The most recent edition, published in 2011, was selected by Library Journal as one of the .
In addition to providing evidence-based information reviewed by medical experts, all of My’s books address the political, economic and social forces that shape women’s health. Each title also includes personal stories and experiences, along with resources for additional support and political engagement.
As of June 2018, the organization has transitioned to a volunteer-led organization and has no plans to update “Our Bodies, Ourselves.”
Learn read about each book:
- Our Bodies, Ourselves
- Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth
- Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause
- Other health books by Myhags founders
- De Camino a la Maternidad — Guide to pregnancy and birth, produced in conjunction with Childbirth Connection
- Nuestros Cuerpos, Nuestras Vidas — Cultural adaptation of “Our Bodies, Ourselves”
- Promotoras de Salud Training Guide — Companion curriculum guide for community health workers
“Our Bodies, Ourselves” titles are available at a 70 percent discount to health clinics and nonprofit organizations providing health counseling services. Simon & Schuster requires the purchaser to provide a statement, filed with a state or federal agency, indicating health services or health education as a primary purpose of the purchaser, and an IRS license number for tax exemption. A minimum of 12 copies must be purchased per order; copies cannot be offered for resale.
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Examination and Review Copies
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