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