BREATHING SPACE: How Allergies Shape Our Lives and Landscapes
An account of the ways allergic disease has shaped American culture, landscape, and life. Through the life stories of people, plants, and insects, Mittman reveals how our changing environment--physical, biological, social, and economic--has helped create America's allergic landscape and why solutions to combat hay fever and asthma have failed. Photos.
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