Natural Cures for the Common Cold: Powerful, Drug-Free Remedies Proven to Work

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Harbor Press, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 203 pages
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Billions of dollars are spent annually on over-the-counter cold and flu medications that do nothing to cure a cold. Many actually surpresss the immune system and produce unpleasant, even harmful side-effects. Turkington reveals hundreds of powerful, doctor approved remedies made at home using safe, inexpensive, all-natural ingredients

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Contents

The 15 Best Remedies for Kids with Colds
143
All You Need to Know
153
Additional Resources for Natural Healing
171
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About the author (1999)

CAROL TURKINGTON is a health and psychology writer. Among her more than twenty-five books are 12 Steps to a Better Memory, The Encyclopedia of Memory and Memory Disorders, and The Brain Encyclopedia. A former newspaper writer and editor, she spent three years as a medical writer/editor at Duke University Medical Center and five years as senior writer in clinical psychology for the American Psychological Association in Washington, D.C.

Michele Moore, MD, FAAFP, is a physician who emphasizes integrated preventive health care, focusing on chronic illnesses, allergies, environmental medicine, and acupuncture. She was written and lectured extensively on women's health care and holistic medicine, and is the author of The Only Menopause Guide You'll Need, also available from Johns Hopkins. Caroline de Costa, MD, FRCOG, FRACOG, MPH, is a practicing obstetrician and professor of obstetrics and gynecology at James Cook University Medical School, Cairns, Australia.