Introduction to Biological Physics
This book is targeted to Health Sciences. It is clearly written. It covers a broad range of topics. It is committed (nicely) to the use of SI units and has many worked examples. The depth is relatively shallow but it is a good introduction, The book presents important quantification and simplifies the mathematics to algebra (no explicit calculus) from classical physics.
The authors chapter on MRI was covered in more detail and was well written. One omission in the section on Safety was the interaction with implantable electronic devices: device malfunction, induced currents in orphan leads etc.