Rodale Press, 2005 “Reading this book is a total ‘aha’ experience from start to finish. As a therapist and scientist, I cannot begin to describe how helpful it will be to anyone who has ever been perplexed, angered, confused, or frustrated by anyone of the opposite sex.” — Alice Domar, MD, author of Self-Nurture and
Palgrave, 2008 “Marianne Legato, who has devoted her career to studying the differences between the sexes, believes that the premature death of men is the most important–and neglected–health issue of our time. She has written a book for every man who wants to live longer and for the women and families who love them. Dr.
Simon & Schuster,1997 “well-organized book that is authoritative without being authoritarian. Many women will especially welcome finding straightforward answers to questions they feel would seem too silly or too embarrassing to ask in person.” — Publishers Weekly rich new field.” — Journal of American Medical Association A study based on questions submitted by hundreds of
The Female Heart: The Truth About Women And Coronary Artery Disease (With Carol Colman) Simon & Schuster, 1992 “A vitally important book…judged outstanding for accuracy, skill, and originality in presenting material of interest and value to the public.” — Edward S. Cooper, President, American Heart Association Marianne J. Legato (Author) › Visit Amazon’s
Elsevier Academic Press, 2004 “The book will benefit primary care practitioners and physicians who manage chronic conditions. By bringing the information together, Legato sets the stage for the future of an exciting and rich new field.” — Journal of American Medical Association Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine examines how normal human biology differs between men and
“This groundbreaking book . . . will forever change how you think about women’s health. Pass along a copy to your doctor.”—Healing Retreats & Spas. In this revolutionary new book, Dr. Marianne Legato, one of the most respected scientists in her field, shares the truth about how women and men are fundamentally different in virtually