How to Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor
Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, renowned pediatrician and author advises parents on home treatment and diagnosis of colds and flus, childhood illnesses, vision and hearing problems, allergies, and more. PLUS, a complete section on picking the right doctor for your child, step-by-step instructions for knowing when to call a doctor, and much more.
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Tremendously helpful when dealing with a sick child -- This book gave me the confidence to question my pediatrician knowledgeably, and to trust my own judgment caring for my daughter. I followed Dr ... Read full review
In a nutshell, this book was my bible!!!!
I decided not to vaccinate my kids and miraculously they survived! Not only did they survive, but they thrived!!! Truthfully, they were the kids with perfect attendance for years in a row. We had regular chiropractic visits as well as educating myself with natural healing to help further our health.
There was no issue getting them through school all the way through high school. I just submitted a heartfelt reason for choosing not to immunize and it was accepted. (in NJ) Now, college was a different story. However, I was lucky enough to find a "church" founded by a very smart (with great foresight) chiropractor that had no vaccines in their tenets and beliefs. For a $75 lifetime membership, that paperwork flowed through the system without issue.
Between that chapter and the fevers, was my magnetic pull.
A MUST for everyone! Stop the pharmaceutical companies from brainwashing our society and poisoning our kids!!!!
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