health

Book Review
Jun 30, 2016

How do we care for each other?

Scott Neigh
Author Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay creates thoughtful, readable meditations on practices and systems of medicine in today's world, and on how power pervades them in "A Labour of Liberation."
Book Review
Jun 25, 2015

The 'truth' about obesity, weight loss and health?

Bill Bogart
In our health-obsessed culture, skinny=healthy and fat=sick. But, what if this is not the case? Read this excellent review on health, harm reduction and body and size diversity.
Book Review
Jan 5, 2012

Health guide targets transgender people of colour

Mercedes Allen
Freeing Ourselves is a health guide written first and foremost for trans-masculine, genderqueer and male-identified trans people, a group that is often otherwise invisible, facing barriers and taboos.
Book Review
Oct 8, 2009

Fat for thought

Kellee Ngan
In a perfect world, this book wouldn't exist. Not because Lessons from the Fat-o-sphere isn't engaging or informative but because it reaffirms that we are still a society at war with our bodies.
Book Review
Jul 23, 2009

Seven killer chemicals

Donna Barker
Are you a toxic time bomb? The authors of Slow Death by Rubber Duck investigate how common chemicals impact our bodies and offer ways to avoid them.
Book Review
Feb 4, 2006
 Our Bodies, Ourselves: A New Edition for a New Era

Phys ed

Kathleen O'Grady
When the Boston Women's Health Collective set out, 35 years ago, to write a comprehensive women's health guide that valued the experiences of women, little did they know they would spark a movement.
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