Allergies and learning/behavioral disorders

McLoughlin, James A.; Nall, Michael
March 1994
Intervention in School & Clinic;Mar94, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p198
Academic Journal
Discusses how allergies may affect school learning and behavior. Types of allergies; Medical diagnosis; Forms of treatment; Association of allergies with school absenteeism and learning problems.


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