Description - The Children's Hospital Guide to Your Child's Health and Development by Children's Hospital,Boston
From the world's leading experts, the ultimate guide to raising a healthy child. Based on the research and clinical experience of America's leading children's hospital, this important reference work is the most complete, authoritative, and up-to-date guide to child health and development ever made available to parents. Three essential parts form this unique work: a detailed account of all aspects of normal development from birth through the school years, a carefully designed emergency section, and a comprehensive guide to every common illness or condition that affects children.Written by a distinguished team of medical editors and more than seventy-five specialists on the hospital staff, this is a wonderfully supportive work in which parents can put their absolute trust. Destined to be the gold standard for child health information, the guide offers all the medical, psychological, and behavioral advice that parents need, in a single volume. No parent can afford to be without it.A Merloyd Lawrence Book
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(236mm x 188mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Children's Hospital,Boston
Children's Hospital Boston, the primary pedia tric teaching hospital for Harvard Medical School, is the world's leading pediatric research center. The hospital drew on its full staff of distinguis hed physicians and pediatric specialists to prepar e this magnificent guide. Medical editors were Alan D. Woolf, M.D., MPH, pediatrician and e xpert in public health and toxicology, Margar et A. Kenna, M.D., pediatric otolaryngologist , and Howard Shane, Ph.D., psychologist a nd expert in communication enhancement, all facult y members of Harvard Medical School. Kathleen Cahill Allison was the project editor.