The New York Times Book of Health: How to Feel Fitter, Eat Better, and Live Longer

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Nicholas Wade
Times Books, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 506 pages
Jane Brody and her colleagues distill the information readers really need from current findings, present balanced assessments of often contradictory medical advice, and offer sensible guidelines that won t go out of date overnight. The New York Times Book of Health will help answer the tough questions about weight control, fitness, diet and nutrition, protecting the heart, children's health, and much more. A new Introduction by Ms. Brody highlights new health issues and controversies.

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The New York Times Book of health: how to feel fitter, eat better, and live longer

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Surely what we don't need is a consumer health book that consists of a compilation of popular news reports on the "latest" findings in medical research--or do we? In the introduction, New York Times ... Read full review

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Health Advice Is Easier to Give Than to Follow
Health Experts Advise Less Advice

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About the author (1998)

Jane E. Brody is the Personal Health columnist for The New York Times, & the author of several bestselling books, including "Jane Brody's Good Food Book" & "Jane Brody's Nutrition Book". She lives in New York City.

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