The Family Pharmacist: An A-Z Guide to Children's Illnesses and Medications

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Perigee Books, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 334 pages
Your Pharmacist. A leading pharmacist gives concerned parents quick, straightforward, and accurate answers on assessing their child's medical condition, deciding when to see a doctor, dosage and safety recommendations for over-the-counter and prescription medicines, and determining what natural choices are available.

In an easy-to-follow A-Z format, The Family Pharmacist covers the treatment of such common childhood ailments as:

Acne - ADHD - Bee Stings - Chicken Pox - Childhood Obesity - Fever - Flu - Food & Drug Allergies - Gingivitis - Head Lice - Lyme Disease - Measles & Mumps - Pink Eye - Rashes - Strep Throat - Sunburn - Teething - Urinary Tract Infections - Vomiting - and more

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About the author (2005)

Lisa M. Chavis, R.Ph., has written on health topics for the Washington Post, Ladies Home Journal, and Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, among other publications. She serves on several committees for the APA, and works closely with the Medical University of South Carolina's Children's Research Institute.

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