I would like to read something about drugs cause my ignorance on this topic.
I've tried to google it in someway but i haven't find anything enough objective.
I would like too understand much as possible about drugs commonly used, the mechanism behind them and the effects.
I'm a physicist so books where there are scientific explanations would be perfect.
Can someone help me?
Can someone suggest me an objective books on drugs?
- 13 Nov 2014 by Tom_Italy
- 13 November 2014
What do you mean objective? Drug companies don't put out books. There is an app that is excellent for the start of your research. I use it all the time, its epocrates. They have a web site too. The classic book is the Physicians Desk Reference. Wikipedia has much of the chemical breakdown and how the drugs act. I don't know that you are going to find one book that has everything. If you go to amazon.com you can find many different medication books.
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