Allergies: Practical and Easy-to-follow Advice

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Element, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 112 pages
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Nearly one-third of the the world's population has experienced allergy-related conditions such as asthma, eczema, hay fever and migraine. The majority of those ailments begin in childhood.

This book provides easy-to-follow, practical advice for parents of children with allergies. It includes a clear overview of the problem, explains essential information and outlines the practical steps parents can take to care for their child. Covering children of all ages, from babies to teenagers, this book guides parents through the conventional and complementary therapies as well as self-help techniques that are available.

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What is Allergy?
Helping Your Child
The Emotional Aspects

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About the author (1999)

Sharma is the Medical Director at the reowned Hale Clinic in London. He also lectures at New York's Columbia University on complementary medicine and is the founder of the International Holistic Health Assocation.

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