Wulsins book illuminates some of the answers to these questions treating the aching heart is a fascinating and extremely helpful book for both patients and clinicians the author tackles 2 enormous subjects depression and coronary artery disease and explores the pathologic links between the 2 as well as the influences they have on each other. Through personal vignettes accessible scientific explanations and medical illustrations treating the aching heart traces the vicious cycle of depression and heart disease and points the way to better care based on cutting edge science the book presents a new view of depression as a broad reaching illness with a distinct neurobiology that influences the most up to date model of heart disease. While dr wulsin points out there is much yet to be learned about the interconnections between the 2 diseases i am greatly encouraged that he has written treating the aching heart this is a useful thoughtful book worthy of wide reading in the medical community i suspect it will lead the way to more efforts that connect the neurobiology of the brain to the pathophysiology of other common . Treating the aching heart a guide to depression stress and heart disease beth baker author vanderbilt univ 5995 236p isbn 978 0 8265 1562 9 isbn 978 0 8265 1561 2. Treating the aching heart a guide to depression stress and heart disease by unknown edition
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