I have a review in the New Republic on Peter Kramer’s new book Ordinarily Well, on the essential question of whether antidepressants indeed work.
I have a review up today of Elad Yom-Tov’s interesting new book, Crowdsourced Health: How What You Do On the Internet Will Improve Medicine.
I have a review/essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books today. It’s the second part of the “Politics of Health.” The first part mainly dealt with health inequalities by class, whereas this part deals with health inequalities by race. I review two recent books: Dayna Bowen Matthew’s Just Medicine: A Cure for Racial Inequality in American Medicine and Damon Tweedy’s Black Man in a White Coat.
I reviewed Sasha Issenberg’s forthcoming book Outpatients: The Astonishing New World of Medical Tourism for the New Republic.
I wrote a review/essay on James House’s “Beyond Obamacare” for LA Review of Books available here.
My book review of Steven Brill’s “America’ s Bitter Pill” in this month’s issue of ITT, available here.