Should you Immunise Your Kids? Penguin Special

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Penguin Random House Australia, Oct 10, 2013 - Family & Relationships - 56 pages
Kaz Cooke, the trusted author of Up the Duff, understands and shares the emotional and protective feelings of parents deciding whether to immunise babies and older kids. We're faced with a bamboozling mess of conflicting advice and a history of scary scandals. Kaz cuts through the muddle, madness and medical language so you can be properly informed and make your own decision. Years in development, this slimline Penguin Special is friendly, easy-to-read and based on solid research. It distils info from bestselling books Kidwrangling, Girl Stuff andWomen's Stuff, plus all the latest expert medical and other advice. Here are the straight answers to all your questions and concerns about immunising kids, from babies to teenagers.

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Kaz Cooke is the number one go-to advisor for Australian girls and women. Her best-selling books include Girl Stuff, Women's Stuff, Up the Duff, Kidwrangling, and a series of ebooks on women's health issues from sex to mental health and menopause. Kaz's funny, friendly style is backed by research and professional consultants: she's been a best friend to at least two generations. (Her children's book The Terrible Underpants is not quite autobiographical.)

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