A Guide to Child Health

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Anthroposophic Press, Sep 1, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 410 pages
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This is a medical and educational handbook based on anthroposophical medicine and Waldorf education. It has been written out of many years' experience in the consulting rooms at the large anthroposophical hospital in Herdecke, West Germany. With medical, psychological, and educational insights, it presents a practical yet profound work.

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I used this book for all my children. It empowered me to understand and manage many of my children's childhood illnesses withou running to the doctor because I felt helpless. Read full review



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Glockler, pediatrician, has been the leader of the medical section at the Goetheanum, Switzerland, since 1988.

Christopher Moore has written extensively on Canadian history, and is a recipient of the Governor General's Award. He is a co-author of The Story of Canada, and author of The Loyalists.

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