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Pediatric Books for Parents

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1. Diary of a pediatric mother
Laia alsina
Throughout these pages, the author describes the real and daily, intense and emotional experience of her son's first year of life. In it, she tells of her inexperience as a mother, contrasted with her experience as a pediatrician. The knowledge as a pediatrician allows you to give a point of objectivity as well as explanatory to the different situations, arguing the why of many aspects of the baby's development and how to deal with them effectively. There are well-differentiated cycles that are repeated in all children, and in each of these phases, the mother and father (as well as the child himself) play a very different role. Diary of a pediatric mother narrates these different stages, and follows step by step the natural evolution of each of the characters that appear in it. The work aims to be a mirror of the open reality of the new mother, with the intention that it be very useful for every woman who is going to be a mother for the first time, both from the emotional point of view.

2. Pediatrics for the family Wolfgang Goebel as Michaela Geockler Diseases and their symptoms. Tips for a healthy evolution. The therapeutic value of education.
This book is a comprehensive medical and educational advisor for parents and anyone who interacts with children. It is not only a reference work for burning questions about various cases of illness, but also a fundamental exposition of child development, the necessary care of children and their education. Everything arises from several years of experience in the clinical field and in outpatient practice with children at the Herdecke Community Hospital, considering as a basis modern academic medicine and the image of man on which the Waldorí Pedagogy and Medicine of Anthroposophic Orientation. In this work an attempt has been made to expose the interrelation between educating and curing. The concept that both are closely linked is fundamental in pediatrics, since an early recognition of possible damages and a positive work on the alterations already arisen, allow to achieve a comprehensive prophylaxis of future diseases.

3. Healthy baby Josefina Ruiz Vega, Mª Concepción Díez Rubio Healthy baby It teaches us how important the presence of parents is for the optimal development of the newborn. The author takes us by the hand in all the small details that make a big difference when promoting harmonious growth, both physical, mental and emotional, because not only healthy eating is important, but also communication and love between parents and his new son. In addition, it explains the correct way to breastfeed the baby and the natural remedies, based on the wisdom of hundreds of years, to solve the most common discomforts in their first year of life.

4. Healthy babies, happy babies Robin dodson This practical guide teaches parents to identify various aspects of their child's development, from birth to two years and beyond. The author offers endless ideas, advice and solutions, and clearly answers the most common questions parents ask themselves during the various stages of their baby's development. An agile and entertaining reference book that parents can use to improve their child's social, communication and play skills Among the topics it addresses, it is worth highlighting: - The bedtime routine - Aggressive behaviors and tantrums - Development language - Learning to go to the toilet - Teething - Healthy eating habits - Games with other children - Learning to share - Relationships between siblings.

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