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Hay fever

Contributor(s):
Mohr, Jean, photographer
Language(s):
English
French
Format:
Still image
Subject(s):
World Health Organization
Abstract:
A woman, about to sneeze, is holding a tissue to her nose. Verso: WHO/15250- 15291. General Immunology. Hay fever is more frequent in spring, when flowers bloom ans pollen ans dust are in the air. Certain families seem to have a tendency toward allergic disease. Studies have shown that is one parent has an allergy his child has one chance in five of developing an allergic disease. If both parents are allergic the child has two chances in five of developing an allergy.
Rights:
WHO must be mentioned in the accompanying text and/or given credit. This item may be under copyright protection. Please ask copyright owner for permission before publishing.
Copyright Holder:
World Health Organization; Source: Research; Research date: 07/22/2015
Extent:
1 photoprint.
NLM Unique ID:
101436937 (See catalog record)
NLM Image ID:
A013618
Contributor(s):
Mohr, Jean, photographer
Language(s):
English
French
Format:
Still image
Subject(s):
World Health Organization
Abstract:
A woman, about to sneeze, is holding a tissue to her nose. Verso: WHO/15250- 15291. General Immunology. Hay fever is more frequent in spring, when flowers bloom ans pollen ans dust are in the air. Certain families seem to have a tendency toward allergic disease. Studies have shown that is one parent has an allergy his child has one chance in five of developing an allergic disease. If both parents are allergic the child has two chances in five of developing an allergy.
Rights:
WHO must be mentioned in the accompanying text and/or given credit. This item may be under copyright protection. Please ask copyright owner for permission before publishing.
Copyright Holder:
World Health Organization; Source: Research; Research date: 07/22/2015
Extent:
1 photoprint.
NLM Unique ID:
101436937 (See catalog record)
NLM Image ID:
A013618