Enslow Publishers, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
-- Discusses the nature and treatment of each disease and examines possible cures.
-- Perfect in the library for reports or in the classroom for science and health education courses.
-- Books contain fascinating case studies, as well as questions and answers.
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Asthma in History
What Is Asthma?
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