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Beat Your Allergies Paperback – 23 Apr 2007
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"...full of ideas to help keep eczema under control."
-- Now, November 2005
"Help is at hand..." -- Choice magazine, August 2005
"This is a breath of fresh air... invaluable... essential
-- Nursing Standard, August 2005
About the Author
Dr Rob Hicks has been a GP for over ten years and now works part-time in general practice and also as a hospital clinical assistant in sexual health medicine. He takes a holistic approach to healthcare, being a firm believer that prevention is better than cure. He is the Classic FM radio doctor and the Talk Sport radio doctor, and regularly appears on TV. He also writes for numerous newspapers, magazines, and internet sites. He is author of Control your blood pressure (1904902103), also in the 52 Brilliant Ideas series.
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Allergies for Dummies
11 July 2007 - Published on Amazon.com
4 people found this helpful.
An interesting book, but written in kind of a dumbed-down and dippy "allergies for dummies" manner. I read it because I was hoping to find something I didn't know or particularly something about poison ivy, which I suffer from systemically every summer, but I was disappointed that I couldn't find anything specific about that particular ailment.