The Asthma Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know

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Lowell House, 1995 - Asthma - 206 pages
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Discusses the signs and symptoms of asthma, the causes and how to avoid them, drug treatments, inhalers and nebulizers, and psychological aspects of the disorder

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This authoritative, comprehensive sourcebook is well designed with a logical arrangement, supporting illustrations, a glossary of terms, and an excellent list of further resources. Read full review


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Francis V. Adams, M.D., is a pulmonary specialist in private practice and an assistant professor of clinical medicine at New York University. He has been named one of the best doctors in New York by "New York "magazine and is listed in "Top Doctors: New York Metro Area" by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. He is the author of "The Breathing Disorders Sourcebook "and "Healing Through Empathy".

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