All books are listed alphabetically by title, below.
The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code: Human Rights in Human Experimentation by George Annas and Michael Grodin, Editors. Analyzes the scientific, social, philosophical, cultural, political and moral issues involved when physicians and scientists conducted medical experiments without the informed consent of human subjects during the Holocaust. Explains the Nuremberg Code promulgated by the judges after The Doctor's Trial at Nuremberg, which defined the informed consent principle that became the guiding principle for the ethical practice of modern medicine.
Silent Spring by Rachel Carson. A classic considered to be one of the most important non-fiction books of the 20th century. In the book that is credited with launching the environmental movement, the marine biologist author reveals the lack of regulatory control and exploitation of vulnerable populations by the chemical industry marketing pesticides. She presents evidence for the lethal effects of pesticides and other toxic pollutants on animal and human health.
Vaccine Legal Exemptions by Alan G. Phillips, J.D. Reviews state vaccine laws and exemptions to vaccination and gives guidance on how to file and defend a medical, religious and philosophical or conscientious belief exemption.
Our Chemical Lives And The Hijacking Of Our DNA: A Probe Into What's Probably Making Us Sick by Catherine K. Frompovich. From the Industrial revolution and onward, the world has become an environment that is overflowing with dangerous toxins. Mass manufacturing has resulted in thousands of chemical pollutants being released in the atmosphere, water, and soil. As well, there has been a widespread increase of chemicals being added to almost every type of food and retail product. With this overwhelming chemical exposure, there has been an increase in research and studies showing the life threatening impacts on our health and well being. In her book. Catherine J Frompovich, delves into the effects of a chemical laden world on the body at a cellular level.