When Your Child is Sick: What You Can Do to Help

January 9, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

A good practical easy to read guide My Mum who is a nurse, recommended this to me, and so far have found it very practical and easy to read.If you have very little knowledge about illnesses etc in children this is a must to help give good advice and also reassure you when and if to take your child to a Dr or to nurse your baby yourself.I have and will continue to recommend this to all my friends.A very good buy.

Anonymous says:

A book not to be without!! I only discovered this book shortly after it was published, but my first baby was over 1 and we had had some nights where we wondered should we call the doctor (in one case we didn’t and we probably should have!). We now have no. 2 and this book is invaluable for them both. I rate it so highly that it has become my new gift of choice for when friends become new parents!

Anonymous says:

Instruction manual for new parents This is my standard present for all new parents. With the way society has changed many new parents don’t have a lot of family and supports around them in the first years of life. This lack of an experienced friend or relative, and with Dr Google many new parents can worry that a sniffle is pneumonia, a viral rash is meningitis.I work as a GP with a special interest in Paediatrics and I recommend this book to all new Mums. Very practical, easy to follow, and most importantly it is filled…

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