Was it something you ate? (Part 2)

Lipman, Marvin M.
May 1997
Consumer Reports on Health;May97, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p59
Part II. Investigates the effects of food allergies. Pathophysiology of allergy attacks; Differences between food allergies and food intolerance; Treatment recommended for food allergy; Drugs of choice for anaphylactic shock.


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