The Florida Allergy Handbook combines scientific explanations for what causes allergic reactions with practical advice on how to minimize symptoms along with cautionary tales from some of the most dramatic sufferers. With a direct, accessible style and a systematic approach, Theresa Willingham begins with the various overlapping pollen seasons and ends with seafood allergens. Along the way she examines plant allergies (including some caused by ingestion), the dangers of mold, and insects, which can cause allergic reactions through stings, bites, contact, or even just close vicinity.
|Publisher:||University Press of Florida|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||4 MB|
About the Author
Theresa Willingham is a freelance writer and photographer and author of The Food Allergy Field Guide: A Lifestyle Manual for Families.