Medical Books

You don’t have to be a medical student or doctor to be interested in the human body and in medical science in general. And while most of these medical books aren’t necessarily specialty books and you probably won’t be able to perform a surgery after reading them, they are extremely interesting though as they explain how exactly this incredibly complex “machine” that is the human body works, show how medicine was dealt with throughout history and also offer a view of what to expect from the future.

The Ghost Map: The S...

by Steven Johnson

The Great Influenza:...

by John M. Barry

Brain Rules: 12 Prin...

by John Medina

Why We Sleep: Unlock...

by Matthew Walker

The Emperor of Scent...

by Chandler Burr

The Mindbody Prescri...

by John E. Sarno

The Disease Delusion...

by Jeffrey S. Bland

The Human Superorgan...

by Rodney Dietert

The Human Brain Book...

by Rita Carter

The Epigenetics Revo...

by Nessa Carey

Being Mortal: Medici...

by Atul Gawande

Mountains Beyond Mou...

by Tracy Kidder

Reinventing American...

by Ezekiel J. Emanuel

Death Be Not Proud

by John Gunther

Eradication: Ridding...

by Nancy Leys Stepan

Epic Measures: One D...

by Jeremy N. Smith

I Contain Multitudes...

by Ed Yong

When Breath Becomes ...

by Paul Kalanithi