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Being Adopted: The Lifelong Search for Self

David M. Brodzinsky, Marshall D. Schechter, Robin Marantz Henig - Family & Relationships - 1993 - 213 pages
Recent studies have shown that being adopted can affect many aspects of adoptees' lives, from relationships with adoptive parents to bonds with their own children. Using their ...
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How a Woman Ages

Robin Marantz Henig - Health & Fitness - 1985 - 272 pages
A look at the aging process in women discusses the impact of aging on the body, the importance of diet and nutrition, the problems of pregnancy, menstruation, and menopause ...
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A Field Guide for Science Writers

Deborah Blum, Mary Knudson, Robin Marantz Henig - Technology & Engineering - 2006 - 321 pages
This is the official text for the National Association of Science Writers. In the eight years since the publication of the first edition of A Field Guide for Science Writing ...
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The People's Health:: A Memoir of Public Health and Its Evolution at Harvard

Robin Marantz Henig, A Joseph Henry Press book - Science - 1996 - 256 pages
In The People's Health, author Robin Marantz Henig brings to life the compelling story of the successes and setbacks of public health. This engaging book documents the ...
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Twentysomething: Why Do Young Adults Seem Stuck?

Samantha Henig, Robin Marantz Henig - Family & Relationships - 2012 - 304 pages
A mother-daughter writing team reports on what's really up with kids today Science writer Robin Marantz Henig and her daughter, journalist Samantha Henig, offer a smart ...
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The myth of senility: misconceptions about the brain and aging

Robin Marantz Henig - Health & Fitness - 1981 - 317 pages
Theorizes that senility is often socially induced, resulting from a lack of prestige, economic independence, and physical well-being, and looks at alternatives to ...
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A dancing matrix: voyages along the viral frontier

Robin Marantz Henig - Medical - 1993 - 269 pages
Examines the reasons people develop viral diseases, surveys current viral research, and discusses its implications for the AIDS epidemic and future viral diseases
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Test-tube Conception: A Blend of Love and Science

Erminio Peter Volpe - Health & Fitness - 1987 - 111 pages
A look at modern developments in medical technology covers in vitro fertilization, frozen embryos, surrogate mothers, sex selection, clones, genetic engineering, and moral issues
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