Family Health and Emergency Guide
Time-Life Books, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
Know when an emergency or an illness requires a doctor's attention and when home treatment is appropriate. This book is packed with useful information, like a special Emergency/First Aid Section that includes step-by-step instructions and illustrations showing what to do for common emergencies, from burns or choking to heart attack and seizures. It also teaches you how to best stock your medicine cabinet. Organized by type of ailment, the book presents alternative and conventional therapies side by side. Includes helpful charts and diagrams.
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