The book Medical Books in Print contains a bibliography of the relevant medical books out there. The Medical Section at the library is #610-619 of the Dewy Decimal System, R in the Library of Congress system. 610. Medical Sciences. 611. Human anatomy. 612. Human physiology. 613. Hygiene, fitness, diet. 614. Public health. 615. Therapeutics and pharmacology. 616. Medicine, diseases. 617. Surgery. 618. Specialized medicine, women, childbirth, children. 619. Comparative and experimental medicine. R, Medicine. RB, Pathology. RK, Dentistry. RT, Nursing. At #613, you'll find hundreds of books dealing with current health topics on everything from women's issues to nutrition, exercise, fitness, recreation, yoga, etc. For general medical textbooks that cover everything, popular medicine as they call it, go to #616.00 or RC81 at the library. There are a lot of healthcare books at #361-362.healthline.com, healthline: connect to better health; includes health assessment tools healthink.com, health quiz aamp;fitness ... healthtouch.com, healthtouch. info on dozens of health topics and diseases. columbia.edu/cu/healthwise, healthwise;anbsp;...
|Title||:||The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 3. Medical Knowledge, Topics & Ideas (Journals, Research, Websites, Events, Conferences, Tests, Find a Doctor, Vaccinations)|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-04-04|