How to raise a healthy child: medical & nutritional advice from America's best-loved pediatrician
A complete handbook of children's health issues explains how to enhance a child's immunity to disease and ability to handle stress, discusses the dangers of unnecessary medications, and offers tips on identifying symptoms and handling emergencies. IP.
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How to raise a healthy child: medical & nutritional advice from America's best-loved pediatricianUser Review - Book Verdict
Smith (Hyper Kid Workbook, Shaw Spelling, 1990) provides parents with a guide to raising healthy, happy children. He encourages parents to become active, informed participants in the medical decision-making regarding their child's health. The early chapters focus on the growth and development of the fetus and infant and the effects of proper nutrition. Smith warns of the danger to fetuses, infants, and young children from toxins in air, food, and water as well as from antibiotics, immunization, fluoridation, aspartame, and mercury fillings. He also discusses urological disorders, their etiology, and their treatment. Although not a comprehensive child care manual, this book does cover such topics as aggression, anxiety, allergies, pain, and skin problems; emergencies, accidents, poisoning, and first-aid are also addressed. Smith uses case reports to illustrate his arguments and provides extensive references and a list of resource organizations. For consumer health collections.--Jodith Janes, Cleveland Clinic Fdn., Lakewood, Ohio
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I love this reference book. Lendon H. Smith, MD was a well known pediatrician who practiced in Portland. He gives advice on nutrition during pregnancy and also pre-pregnancy (for men and women). The ...
Diet for the First Few Years of Life
Development from One Month to One Year of Age
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