I'm Sick: When to Call the Doctor
First published in 1979 as TShould I Call the Doctor?', this revised edition has been updated to include the changes which have occurred in family structure, medical practice and availability of information. It provides guidance for parents and child carers on child illnesses and treatment.
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Illness in Childhood
Understanding the Bodys Defences
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