The Asthma Self-Care Book

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HarperPerennial, 1992 - Medical - 272 pages
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An asthmatic herself, Gail Harrington nearly died from an attack. In this important health reference, she offers experienced and thoroughly researched advice on asthma prevention and self-care. Contains the latest facts on causes and treatments.

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An asthma attack is a terrifying event to experience, a frightening one to witness. Because one feels so helpless in the face of an attack, having information and strategies to cope with it can only ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction to Asthma and SelfCare
3
What to Do If You Think You Have Asthma
13
The Role of the Physician
21
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About the author (1992)

Geri Harrington is the author of 12 books, including Grow Your Own Chinese Vegetables, The Salad Book, and Storey's The College Cookbook. Geri has gained recipes from over 55 colleges and universities, some of which include Williams College, University of Vermont, Yale University, Vassar College, and New York University. She has also written many articles for Good Housekeeping, Family Circle, and Women's Day magazines. Although her book is complete, Geri continues to collect recipes from college students who have a knack for easy, creative cooking.

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