Allergy & Asthma Book Reviews
We've searched high and low to bring you a whole library of resources. Some of them have been reviewed by our team, and others have been recommended by our visitors. We invite you to suggest your favorite allergy-related books and offer reviews of your own in our Allergy Books forum.
With Food Allergies for Dummies, you can feel safer about what you eat. This concise guide shows you how to identify and avoid food that triggers reactions.
Dr. Doris Rapp offers a simple yet effective approach to handling "problem" children by identifing common foods, chemicals, or common allergic substances that could be the culprits that cause some children and adults to feel unwell or act inappropriately.
Real-life suggestions on how to adapt to the food-allergic lifestyle.
How to Heal Your Allergic Condition Permanently and Naturally
Helping children learn about food allergies and how to be a good friend when you can't share snacks. Explains peanut allergies in a way that parents, teachers and children themselves can talk about allergies and understand them better.
Wheat-free-cooking expert Carol Fenster reveals her time-saving tips and techniques to help cooks put homemade meals on the table in a flash.
Updated and expanded guide to the 2006 release of Dairy Free Made Easy addressing dairy-free living with an expansive cookbook section.
An extensive guide to Asthma written by 4 Children's Hospital Asthma doctors. The guide includes diagnosing asthma, the allergy-asthma connection, taking control of your asthma, medicines, and managing asthma emergencies.