Smart Medicine for a Healthier Child: A Practical A-to-z Reference to Natural and Conventional Treatments for Infants & Children

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Avery Publishing Group, 1994 - Children - 470 pages
Written by a medical doctor, a naturopath, and a registered nurse, this is the definitive A-to-Z guide to the most common childhood illnesses and injuries and their treatments. It discusses herbal and homeopathic remedies, diet, and nutritional supplements as they apply to healing; offers an alphabetical listing of childhood health problems and treatments; and examines each suggested therapy.

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Part Two Common Childhood Health Problems
Part Three Therapies and Procedures

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Zand is a noted naturopathic physician, author, and lecturer who is a widely quoted authority on natural medicine.

RACHEL WALTON, MSN, CRNP, is a pediatric nurse with a master's degree in child-health nursing. She lives in Pittsburgh.

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