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    Allergies A to Z
    By Myron A. Lipkowitz, RP, MD

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    Regional Allergies

    Q: Atlanta is beautiful in the spring, but my allergies are so bad! Will moving to the desert make them go away? A: Ragweed and grass pollens are triggers that are difficult to avoid almost everywhere in the continental United States during the spring and summer. Although much of Arizona and New Mexico is arid, most people in the cities, suburbs, and small towns grow grass for lawns. Plus, the land has been disturbed by construction and landscaping, so weeds are widespread. Las Vegas, Tucson,...

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    Allergies , Disease in Disguise: How to Heal Your Allergic Condition
    By Carolee Bateson-Koch


    Allergy Plants That Cause Sneezing and Wheezing
    By Mary Jelks, MD


    Allergy, Asthma and Immunology From Infancy to Adulthood
    By Warren Bieman, David S. Pearlman, Gail G. Shapiro, and William W. Busse


    Best Guide to Allergy
    By Nathan Schultz, Allan Giannini, Terrace Chang


    Essential Allergy
    By Niels Mygind, Ronald Dahl, S. Pedersen, K. Thestrup Pedersen


    Human Exposure Assessment for Airborne Pollutants: Advances and Opportunity; and
    Indoor Allergens: Assessing & Controlling Adverse Health Effects


    Manual of Allergy & Immunology
    By Glenn J. Lawlor, Jr., et al.


    Sinus Survival: A Self-Help Guide for Allergies, Bronchitis , Colds and Sinusitis
    By Robert S. Ivker


    Sneezing Your Head Off? How to Live With Your Allergic Nose
    By Peter Boggs, MD


    You Can Do Something About Your Allergies
    By Nelson L. Novick


    Child Allergies

    Cooking for the Allergic Child
    By J. Moyer


    Complete Book of Children's Allergies
    By B.R. Feldman, MD


    Taming Asthma and Allergy By Controlling Your Environment
    By Robert A. Wood, MD


    Children With Asthma: A Manual for Parents
    By Thomas E. Plaut, MD


    Food Allergies

    Diets to Help Gluten and Wheat Allergy
    By Rita Greer


    Food Allergy : A Primer for People
    By S. Allan Bock, MD


    Your Food-Allergic Child: A Parent's Guide
    By Janet E. Meizel



    A Parent's Guide to Allergies and Asthma
    By Marion Steinmann


    A User's Guide to Peak Flow Monitoring;
    Asthma in the School: Improving Control With Peak Flow Monitoring

    By Guillermo Mendoza, MD


    Asthma Resource Directory
    By Carol Rudoff, MA


    Understanding Asthma: The Blueprint for Breathing
    National Allergy and Asthma Network


    All About Asthma and How to Live With It
    By Glennon, Paul, MD, and Barbara Fafoglia

    Ask the Doctor: Asthma
    By Vincent Frieldewald, MD


    Asthma Care Training for Kids;
    By Peter J. Hannaway, MD


    Asthma: The Complete Guide;
    One Minute Asthma ... What You Need to Know

    By Thomas F. Plaut, MD

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