Terra Ziporyn, Ph.D.

Terra Ziporyn, Ph.D. is a historian of science and medicine, a medical journalist, and a former associate editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association. The author of numerous books, including Nameless Diseases, she has written widely about topics in women’s health, including heart disease, behavioral health, autoimmune disorders, and alternative medicine.

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Cover: The New Harvard Guide to Women's HealthThe New Harvard Guide to Women's HealthCarlson, Karen J.
Eisenstat, Stephanie A.
Ziporyn, Terra
HARDCOVER04/30/2004$58.00
Cover: The Women’s Concise Guide to a Healthier HeartThe Women’s Concise Guide to a Healthier HeartCarlson, Karen J.
Eisenstat, Stephanie A.
Ziporyn, Terra
PAPERBACK09/25/1997$14.00
Cover: The Women’s Concise Guide to Emotional Well-BeingThe Women’s Concise Guide to Emotional Well-BeingCarlson, Karen J.
Eisenstat, Stephanie A.
Ziporyn, Terra
PAPERBACK09/25/1997$16.00
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