A Family Guide to Diagnosing Common Symptoms
Recognising symptoms of illness at an early stage is often vital to achieving a cure. But how do you know when something is trivial or really serious? Here is a book that can help you decide if and when you should consult a doctor.
With the help of charts and illustrations, this family health guide enables you to diagnose your symptoms and gives practical advice on the sorts of treatment you need to seek.
It answers such questions as:
- How long should a headache last before it becomes abnormal?
- What is the difference between a twinge of chest pain and a heart attack?
- How can you tell if a child's rash indicates measles?
If you have ever worried about your own or your family's health, this book, with its clear and commonsense approach, will make you feel a great deal better.
- Publication Date:
- 02 / 06 / 2000
- 151 x 233mm