Keeping Your Child Healthy with Chinese Medicine: A Parent's Guide to the Care and Prevention of Common Childhood Diseases
Written for parents, this guide to Chinese medicine covers all the most common pediatric diseases. Beginning with an overview of Chinese medical theory regarding pediatric disease, it then discusses 38 of the most common pediatric complaints in chronological order, based on when children typically develop them. This book includes everything from colic and croup to whooping cough and hyperactivity. Under each disease, the reader will find a brief discussion of the different types of patterns typically encountered, what acupuncture and Chinese medicine have to offer, and tips on diet and home remedies.
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