Monday, October 30, 2017

How to Remove a Brain and Other Bizarre Medical Practices by David Haviland - Guest Blogger Book Review

Have you ever wondered…

How long it takes to digest chewing gum?

What hiccups are for?

Whether it’s safe to fly with breast implants?

Taking in everything from the outrageous (yes, Hitler was addicted to crystal meth) to the eye-watering (such as the renowned surgeon who accidentally cut off his patient’s left testicle) to the downright disgusting (like the ‘cure’ for toothache used by the Egyptians involving dead mouse paste), this book proves that medical science is not for the faint-hearted, lily-livered or weak-stomached!

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Jennifer's Review

It was a very interesting book that I really liked. It’s How to Remove a Brain and Other Bizarre Medical Practices. The author asks many different questions related to medical things, practices, or myths. It’s a great book for any medical student, or if you like medical mysteries or myths. I give this book 4 stars.

Author Bio
David Haviland is a bestselling author, ghostwriter, and journalist. He lives in London, England. For more amusing trivia, you can check out his website at

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