You Can Do Something about Your Allergies: A Leading Doctor's Guide to Allergy Prevention and Treatment

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Macmillan, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 211 pages
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Finally, a comprehensive book for the lay reader about every type of allergy. From hay fever to poison ivy to drug reactions to food allergies, Dr. Novick explains how sufferers can control and prevent allergies, and which over-the-counter drugs do and do not work. He explains allergy testing and gives tips for allergy emergencies.

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For millions, the advent of spring brings thoughts of allergy prevention and treatment. Dermatologist Novick ( Super Skin , LJ 10/15/88; Baby Skin , LJ 11/1/91) here provides basic information on ... Read full review


When an Allergy Is Not Just Something
The Medication You Take May
Insect and Other Critter Allergies

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Novick is Associate Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NYC and Clinic Chief within the Center's Dermatology Clinic.

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