Allergies and the Hyperactive Child
Doris J. Rapp
Simon & Schuster, 1985 - Health & Fitness - 212 pages
Advice to parents on recognizing and handling allergies in their children begins with a simple one-week diet and proceeds to full diet and food plans and guidance in seeking medical care
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