Books by John Emsley

NON-FICTION
Released: Jan. 1, 2000

"Lucid and informative to anyone trying to pin down a specific food intolerance."
Science writer Emsley (Cambridge Univ.) and physician Fell (Director of the Oxford Allergy Center) define food allergy as the immune system's reaction to either a particular food (usually a form of protein such as eggs or peanuts) or an environmental agent that is out of proportion to the amount of the substance ingested. Read full book review >