Books by Greg Critser

Greg Critser's work appears regularly in USA Today, where he is a member of the board of contributors, and he has written several cover stories on nutrition, health, and medical issues. His writing on obesity earned him a James Beard nonimation for best f

Released: Jan. 26, 2010

"A delightful, politically incorrect view of the life-extension movement, accompanied by the disappointing news that aging is reversible but not in the near future."
Solid science reporting on aging research combined with entertaining accounts of enthusiasts who yearn to stay young and the doctors—cash only—who treat them. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 7, 2005

"If a knowledgeable public is the key, this straightforward, highly readable book is a step in the right direction."
An incisive analysis of the power of Big Pharma, packed with revealing interviews, statistics and irreverent sketches of political and industrial leaders. Read full book review >