Symptoms: Their Causes & Cures : How to Understand and Treat 265 Health Concerns
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Symptoms Theri Causes & Cures Great!!!!!!!!!! Item as described, shipped on time--5 Stars Would buy again. Enjoying the reading, has a lot of information in it that is helpful.. Good guide for anyone Shelly L. Curtis Any layperson can use this guide to try and pinpoint some of the symptoms they are experiencing. People are becoming more health conscious and wanting to understand what is going on when they are ill. This is a quick and easy reference guide to get them headed in the right direction. It is user friendly for all and reminds people to consult their physicians with problems as well.. A Customer said Should be in every home. Logicaly listed, enough information to help you decide what you need to do. Doesn't replace your doctor but it is very helpful when you need to know "what could this (symptom)mean.
They probably expect right, for many think of their discomforts not in terms of proper-named illnesses and syndromes but as irritants they'd just like to know whether to bring to a doctor or handle themselves. Ray Olson. From BooklistThe Doctors Book of Home Remedies II came out just the other day, but here the Prevention mag guys are again with lots of the same info in a new format they expect will justify a 75,000-copy first printing. Such will warm to this reshuffling of the Prevention database because the first thing each entry counsels is "WHEN TO SEE YOUR DOCTOR": e.g., under "Canker Sores" appear two when-to conditions--"A sore in your mouth does not heal within two weeks" and
This book offers a variety of treatments as well as advice on when to contact a doctor.. Based on the advice of leading medical practitioners, this comprehensive, A-to-Z reference guide from the editors of Prevention Magazine Health Books decodes hundreds of symptoms--from ankle swelling to dizziness, insomnia to rashes, seeing spots to taste loss
Prevention Magazine is America's leading health magazine, with a circulation of 3.2 million. She is also an adjunct faculty member for Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA. Ann Fittante, MS, RD is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator for the Joslin Diabetes Center affiliate at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, where she resides.