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By Bob Flaws

ISBN-10: 0585123462

ISBN-13: 9780585123462

ISBN-10: 0936185724

ISBN-13: 9780936185729

This article is the fruit of intensive learn into the chinese language clinical literature on pediatrics and the reaction to years of practitioner requests for an exceptional, accomplished TCM pediatric textbook. It covers over forty five universal pediatric complains, giving differential analysis, ailment mechanisms, natural therapy, acumoxa remedy the place acceptable, and Bob's reviews approximately each. those ailments are offered within the chronological order that and so they look & comprise every little thing from colic and cradle cap to mumps and pediatric hyperactivity. There also are certain sections on pediatric prognosis and treating childrens with chinese language natural drugs, immunizations, and nutritional treatment.

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Often, one cup of such a decoction will last for several days. In many cases, the formula needs to be changed or suspended before the parent runs out of the full cup of the decoction. This means that, if the decoction is going to be used for more than 48 hours, it should be stored in a refrigerator and either warmed up or allowed to come to room temperature before giving each dose to the child. Except during very hot weather, most decoctions can be stored at room temperature for 48 hours without going bad.

The parent is in charge of the baby. The parent is supposed to know what is best for the baby better than the baby itself. Babies will feed out of boredom and out of gluttony just as adults do. If there is any single thing I would recommend to parents of newborn infants it would be to breast-feed if at all possible but also to be sure to feed on schedule, not on demand. If one goes to their local library, one will probably find a whole shelf of books on breastfeeding. Some of these books recommend giving the breast to every baby every time the baby cries.

However, when it comes to children, it is actually possible to provide preventive treatment in a realistic manner. Since so many infant’s and young children’s diseases are due to or at least involve poor digestion, practitioners should teach the parents of their young patients how to look for the signs of incipient disease. First of all, if the parent knows that their child has been eating more dairy products, sugars and sweets, chilled fruit juices, or ice cream and frozen yogurt, then immediately they should be warned to be more careful about the child’s diet for a few days.

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A Handbook of TCM Pediatrics: A Practitioner's Guide to the Care & Treatment of Common Childhood Diseases by Bob Flaws

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