Taking Care of Your Child

A Parent's Illustrated Guide to Complete Medical Care

For 30+ years, this go-to guide has helped millions of families keep their children healthy. It’s now updated with the most recent advances in health care. Look up a symptom to find an explanation of probable causes, how to treat the problem at home, and when to see a doctor.

574 pages. ©2015.
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Reader Reviews for this Book

kck.hankins3

Review posted March 6, 2018

4

This gives you a lot of good advice to help with your kids.

Gwendolyn Graham

Review posted February 25, 2018

4

This could be an excellent reference book for parents, but it is written at a higher than 6th grade reading level, which could limit its use. I've seen earlier versions, published 3 decades ago as a "Decision Tree," and I think that the current format is more like a "college level" parenting textbook than the easy-to-read "decision tree." The current version does contain some nice "decision trees," but they are smaller and buried in the midst of a lot of verbiage. All in all, the book is very informative from "conception to adolescence" and the decision trees have the potential to provide valuable assistance in deciding whether to take the child to a doctor or to treat at home. I only wish that those decision trees were more prominent and easily accessible for use at all educational levels.

crhughes72

Review posted January 18, 2018

5

This is a very helpful informative volume for any parent

Egiudice

Review posted October 15, 2017

4

This is one of those books that is passed on to the upcoming generation. It is sometimes difficult to find good and complete care for your children and for the most part, going to a doctor's appointment can sometimes be more for the parent and needed reassurance. Here is an in-house guide that any parent can use for that much needed reassurance and information from medical professions with years and years of the experience we want them to have. Use it as a baby shower gift.

nshumaker

Review posted August 26, 2017

5

Great reference

mandy.stanley

Review posted August 3, 2017

5

great book

Judylmiller

Review posted June 19, 2017

5

Great reference book for families!

reilly1028

Review posted April 5, 2017

4

This book is extremely user friendly. It contains a comprehensive list of childhood medical situations and gives you a easy to use key to help a parent to decide whether or not they should treat at home or to seek further medical care. Easy to use flow charts are the highlight of this book, I would recommend it to any new or seasoned parent.