The allergy book : solving your family's nasal allergies, asthma, food sensitivities, and related health and behavioral problems /Material type: BookSeries: Sears parenting library: Edition: First edition.Description: xviii, 332 pages ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780316324809; 0316324809.Subject(s): Allergy in children -- Treatment | Allergy in children -- Prevention | Allergy -- Prevention | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Allergies | Allergy in children -- Treatment | Allergy in children -- Prevention | Hypersensitivity | Hypersensitivity -- prevention & control | Hypersensitivity -- therapy | Allergy and ImmunologyOnline resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
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Chapter 1. The fascinating world of allergy and immunology -- Chapter 2. Allergy testing -- Chapter 3. Nasal and eye allergies -- Chapter 4. Asthma -- Chapter 5. Eczema -- Chapter 6. Food allergies and sensitivities: overview of symptoms and testing -- Chapter 7. Milk allergy and sensitivity -- Chapter 8. Wheat and gluten allergy and sensitivity -- Chapter 9. Other food allergies: peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, eggs, soy, corn, and chemical additives -- Chapter 10. Other food allergy and sensitivity syndromes (EoE, FPIES, Histamine intolerance, GERD, Fructose malabsorption, and colic) -- Chapter 11. Anaphylaxis: from mild hives to life-threatening allergic reactions -- Chapter 12. Insect sting allergies -- Chapter 13. Eliminating inhalant allergens: dust, mold, pollen, pets, and allergy shots -- Chapter 14. Our prescription for optimum immune health: healing and preventing allergic disorders.
Allergies are one of the most common ailments, causing children to miss school and parents to miss work. Left untreated or unresolved, stuffy noses, itchy skin, and irritated bellies can lead to chronic asthma, eczema, inflammatory bowel disease, and neurological disorders. Today's parents don't just want to treat their family's allergy symptoms, they want to eliminate allergies and prevent chronic and long-term health complications. Doctors Robert and William Sears present a science-based approach that has helped alleviate allergies in many of their patients, providing a plan not only for treatment, but also for prevention. A family-friendly resource, The Allergy Book offers all the reassurance and accessible, practical advice that parents need to resolve their children's allergies, now and throughout their lives.-- Source other than Library of Congress.
Includes bibliographical references and index.