Emergencies: --when to call your child's physician immediately -what to do in case of burns, bites, stings, poisoning, choking, and injuries Common Illnesses: -when it's safe to treat your child at home -step-by-step instructions on dealing with fever, infections, allergies, rashes, earaches, croup and other common ailments Behavior Problems: -proven strategies for colic, sleep disturbances, toilet training problems, thumbsucking, and the video game craze -no-nonsense discipline techniques for biting, temper tantrums, sibling fighting, and school refusal Health Promotion: From Birth Through Adolescence: -essential advice on newborn baby care, nutrition, cholesterol testing, immunizations, and sex education -ways of preventing spoiled children, picky eaters, overeating, tooth decay, accidents, and homework problems
The Parents' One-Stop Reference Guide to: Symptoms, Emergencies, Common Illnesse s, Behavior Problems, and Healthy Development
Author: Barton D. Schmitt
Category: Family & Relationships
Healthy Tips and Weight Loss For Children is packed with essential advice on healthy eating, feeding fussy eaters, dealing with an overweight child, and plenty of tips for no-hassle meals, quick snacks and lunch boxes. Table of Contents Ch.1. HOME SAFETY FOR YOUR CHILDREN Ch.2. LET YOUR CHILD BE PHYSICALLY HEALTHY Ch.3. MENTAL HEALTH TIPS FOR CHILDREN Ch.4. DENTAL HEALTH TIPS FOR CHILDREN Ch.5. HEALTHY HABIT TIPS FOR CHILDREN Ch.6. WEIGHT LOSS FOR CHILDREN Conclusion
Giving Your Children Proper Health Care and Help Them to Watch Their Weight
Author: Avis Childs
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
A Guide for Parents
Author: Susan M. Kosharek
Publisher: American Dietetic Associati
Category: Health & Fitness
Written especially for nurses in all disciplines and health care settings, this second edition of The Nurses's Role in Medication Safety focuses on the hands-on role nurses play in the delivery of care and their unique opportunity and responsibility to identify potential medication safety issues. Reflecting the contributions of several dozen nurses who provided new and updated content, this book includes strategies, examples, and advice on how to: * Develop effective medication reconciliation processes * Identify and address causes of medication errors * Encourage the reporting of medication errors in a safe and just culture * Apply human factors solutions to medication management issues and the implementation of programs to reduce medication errors * Use technology (such as smart pumps and computerized provider order entry) to improve medication safety * Recognize the special issues of medication safety in disciplines such as obstetrics, pediatrics, geriatrics, and oncology and within program settings beyond large urban hospitals, including long term care, behavioral health care, critical access hospitals, and ambulatory care and office-based surgery
Author: Laura Ed Cima
Publisher: Joint Commission Resources
Practical help for parents to prevent and treat childhood obesity using the best medical and scientific methods available -- written by an medical doctor and expert in childhood obesity associated with a major children's hospital.
A Parent's Guide to Better Eating and Exercise
Author: Brian W. McCrindle,James Gordon Wengle
Publisher: Robert Rose Incorporated
Category: Family & Relationships
Mackie Shilstone is famous for helping world-class athletes achieve the body, drive, stamina, and performance they need to win. Now, with four decades of health-and-fitness expertise, he focuses on providing solutions to the problem of childhood obesity. Today, 25 million children (that92;s 1 in 3) are overweight. If no intervention is made, 80 percent of them will stay overweight as adults, which can put them at risk for medical problems (for example, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and asthma) and make them more susceptible to low self-esteem and depression.Mackie Shilstone92;s Body Plan for Kids is a comprehensive guide for parents to gain control of their child92;s weight. It is the first book of its kind to offer specific strategies for eating healthily, getting fit, and increasing self-esteem targeted at eight- to twelve-year-olds. The plan shows parents how to:- Take height and weight measurements and determine body-fat percentage;- Work with their child92;s doctor to determine an ideal target weight;- Involve kids in making better food choices- Increase daily physical activity with more than two dozen games and activities;- Track eating, exercise, and weight loss electronically.Complete with age-specific advice from a pediatrician, nutritionist, clinical psychologist, and other specialists, as well as recipes and more than 100 online and print resources, Mackie Shilstone92;s Body Plan for Kids gives parents the solutions and tools to bring about effective weight loss in their children (and themselves).
Strategies for Creating a Team-winning Effort
Author: MacKie Shilstone
Publisher: Basic Health Publications, Inc.
Category: Health & Fitness
In a world dominated by fast food and fake food, establishing healthy eating habits in children is one of the greatest concerns for parents -- and potentially one of the greatest challenges. Fortunately, the renowned physician Dr. David Ludwig developed a proven lifestyle plan that has benefited thousands of families. Here he shares his nine-week program, offering the tools -- including tasty recipes, motivational tips, and activities -- that can help families prevent the kitchen table from becoming a battleground.
Guide Your Child to a Healthy Weight in a Fast Food/ Fake Food World
Author: David Ludwig
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Health & Fitness
Prepare Your Child for School answers the questions every parent asks when their child is about to leave their exclusive care and go out into the world of school: - Is my child ready for this challenge? - Will the teacher bring out the best in my child? - What can I do to help my child cope with the stresses, demands and expectations of school life? - Will other children play with my child? - Does my child know enough? - Can my child communicate well? - Is my child ready to learn to read and write? Aimed both at parents of pre-school children (3 to 6 years old) and at teachers and carers, this practical book, including numerous charts, checklists, questionnaires and structured activities for developing children's skills as well as promoting their emotional well-being, will act as a blueprint for action.
How to make sure your child gets off to a flying start
Author: Dr Helen Likierman,Dr Valerie Muter
Publisher: Random House
Turn “Yuck!” into “Yum!” How often do you find yourself begging or bribing your child to eat? Every parent experiences the frustration of picky eating, but how do you know if it’s just a passing phase—or cause for concern? Pediatric nutritionist Linda Piette has the answers that will help you solve the frustrating problem of infant, toddler, and preschooler mealtimes. Filled with insightful and inspiring stories of many children’s struggles with food, Just Two More Bites! gives concrete help to frustrated parents with real-life answers for how to handle day-to-day food struggles. Inside, Piette will also tell you: • How to make food more appealing to children • Why your child loves a food one day and rejects it the next • How to spot food allergies and digestion problems • Mealtime Do’s and Don’ts Just Two More Bites! will revolutionize mealtimes in your home and help you and your child enjoy food and develop a lifetime of healthy eating habits. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Helping Picky Eaters Say Yes to Food
Author: Linda Piette
Category: Family & Relationships
Raising children is not easy and often feeding one's child can be one of the hardest aspects of parenting; there is now clear evidence stating that what children eat can affect their future physical and intellectual development The media is full of information on nutrition and diet but knowing what to apply to your own child can be difficult. In The Contented Child's Food Bible, top maternity nurse, Gina Ford and leading UK nutritionist, Paul Sacher offer practical and down-to-earth advice for parents struggling with the many difficulties of feeding; ranging from the benefits of breast feeding to overcoming snacking and getting your child to eat fruit and vegetables every day. Clearly organised by age group and packed full of case studies and handy hints, this accessible guide is all a parent will need to raise a happy and healthy child. Contents include: -What foods are key to particular stages of development -How to deal with allergie -Is my child growing at the correct rate? -How to deal with fussy eaters -What vitamins and minerals should my child take?
Author: Gina Ford,Paul Sacher
Publisher: Random House
Category: Family & Relationships
As much about parenting as feeding, this latest release from renowned childhood feeding expert Ellyn Satter considers the overweight child issue in a new way. Combining scientific research with inspiring anecdotes from her decades of clinical practice, Satter challenges the conventional belief that parents must get overweight children to eat less and exercise more. In the long run, she says, making them go hungry and forcing them to be active makes children preoccupied with food, prone to overeating, turned off to activity, and likely to gain too much weight. Trust is a central theme here: children must be able to trust parents to provide as much food as they need to satisfy their appetites; parents must trust children to eat only as much as they need. Satter provides compelling evidence that, if parents do their jobs with respect to feeding, children are remarkably capable of knowing how much to eat.
Helping Without Harming
Author: Ellyn Satter
Publisher: Kelcy Press
Category: Health & Fitness
Kids are getting fatter! Over 200 Million Children are currently overweight and the problem is escalating.We all know that the answer to weight loss is creating an energy deficit, usually through diet and exercise. But the reality is overweight Kids don't like diets and they don't like exercise!You can't force a Kid into healthy living you'll just face resistance and the Kid will suffer.The solution is to 'Trick' a kid into enjoying healthy food and enjoying losing weight by having fun without exercising.In this book you'll discover How to 'Trick' a Kid into;• Losing weight without realsing it!• Eating healthily and enjoy it!• Eating all they want of whatever they want and still lose weight!• Increase Activity Intensity through fun and laughter.• Reducing Stress, Anxiety and Depression by 50%• Burn Calories whilst standing still!• Feeling Great for no good reason!Also discover; - How a half of Parents of Obese kids don't know their kid is overweight!- Why a kids Thyroid is probably not the cause of their Obesity.- How eating as a family can prevent a Kid from drug addiction!- A meal where a kid can eat as much of whatever they want and still lose weight!- How a kid born after the year 2000 has a 50% chance of getting Cancer and how to reverse that probability.- How to use Language to 'Trick' kids into not eating Junk Food.Fully scientifically referenced!
For Kids Who Hate Diets and Exercise!
Author: Stephen T. Mycoe
Publisher: The Great Big eBay Con
Category: Health & Fitness
In school, on the playground, and sometimes even in their own homes, heavy kids as young as age four or five describe relentless harassment. As many as 60 percent of obese children are victimized by peers, and studies have shown that a kindergartener would prefer to sit next to a child with a physical handicap over one who is obese. Whether nice, attractive, accomplished, or smart, obese children are made to feel different from other children, often called terrible names. When children are admonished about their weight, they feel worse about themselves. This approach simply does not work. So, how can we address and treat childhood obesity? The BOUNCE plan is a program Dr. Wendy Scinta created to combat child and adolescent obesity. It combines recent research on obesity treatment with her personal experience as a bariatrician, working directly with hundreds of obese children for nearly a decade. And over those years, Dr. Scinta realized a necessary trend. It?s time to bring family back to the dinner table. In this book, Dr. Scinta shows you how to work with your child and your family to develop healthy eating patterns and a healthy lifestyle that will yield a lifetime of benefits. This book will empower families and give readers the information needed to address the child?s weight issues, both as a family and as a team. Dr. Scinta includes menus, recipes, and even information on how to talk to the family physician, to help parents be the best advocate for their child. Readers can even take it a step further, working within their communities to set up healthy streets, towns and schools so that every child in the community has a chance to succeed. With 1 in 3 children struggling with a weight issue and no end in sight, it is time for all of us to take matters into our own hands and turn this childhood obesity epidemic around, for good!
A Weight-Loss Doctor's Plan for a Happier, Healthier, and Slimmer Child
Author: Wendy Scinta
Prepare for a successful career in medical assisting! Kinn’s The Medical Assistant, 12th Edition helps you learn the real-world administrative and clinical skills essential to working in the health care setting. Administrative coverage ranges from professionalism and interpersonal skills to billing and coding and electronic health records; clinical content teaches how to assist with medications, diagnostic procedures, and surgeries. And no other comprehensive medical assisting text can match its coverage of assisting with medical specialties! Written by medical assisting experts Alexandra Adams and Deborah Proctor, this classic resource also includes an Evolve companion website with practical exercises and activities, videos, and review questions for the CMA and RMA certification exams. More chapters on assisting with medical specialties than any other Medical Assisting text prepare you to assist in specialty exams and make you better qualified to work in specialty fields like cardiology, dermatology, ophthalmology, gynecology, and neurology. Step-by-step, illustrated procedures make it easier to learn and understand medical assisting skills, and include rationales for each step. Threaded case scenarios help you develop critical thinking skills and apply concepts to realistic administrative and clinical situations. Patient education and legal and ethical issues are described in relation to the Medical Assistant's job. A Portfolio Builder on the Evolve website helps you demonstrate proficiency to potential employers. Detailed learning objectives and vocabulary with definitions in each chapter help you study more effectively, with connections icons linking concepts in the text to exercises in the study guide and on the Evolve companion website. Study Guide includes a variety of exercises to test your knowledge and critical thinking skills, case scenarios from the book, and a Procedure Checklists Manual. Sold separately. NEW! Charting examples within the procedures are highlighted for easier learning. UPDATED coverage of the Electronic Health Record ensures that you are familiar with the technology you'll use on the job. UPDATED content on alternative therapies and treatment includes the latest herbal remedies such as red rice yeast for lowering cholesterol, St. John’s Wort for depression, and probiotic bacteria for GI maladies.
An Applied Learning Approach
Author: Deborah B. Proctor,Alexandra Patricia Adams
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This new text offers complete, accurate information on dosage problems, pharmacological effects, medication administration, how to read and check prescriptions, and why certain medications are prescribed. Presented in a logical sequence starting with an introduction to pharmacology, it progresses through the steps of the medication process, including dosage calculation and medication administration. Body system icons highlight and reinforce which drugs are used for a specific body system. Enrichment elements such as Did You Know? boxes and critical thinking scenarios are included throughout. Numerous photos, illustrations, tables, and examples of drugs and equipment aid visual learning and recognition. Plus, patient education is also emphasized, a critical focus for today's health professional. Combines math and medication skills in a worktext format for a unique approach to mastering key pharmacology theory and skills. Follows the national curriculum and meets all AAMA and AMT standards for training in pharmacology for medical assisting programs. Body system icons used with corresponding drug discussions show at a glance which drugs are used for which body systems. Procedure boxes offer step-by-step instructions, many with photos, on how to administer medication. Key Points throughout the text offer bulleted summations of important, previously learned material. Competency Checklists spell out the individual steps required to complete a full range of medication administration procedures - an excellent measure for evaluating performance. Patient Education for Compliance boxes emphasize important patient education concepts and information the health professional should know when instructing patients about their prescribed medications.
Principles and Applications : a Worktext for Allied Health Professionals
Author: Eugenia M. Fulcher,Cathy Dubeansky Soto,Robert M. Fulcher
Publisher: W B Saunders Company
Bukatko/Daehler's CHILD DEVELOPMENT: A THEMATIC APPROACH provides a comprehensive, topically organized, up-to-date picture of development from conception to adolescence. Most important, it draws students' attention to the themes that replay themselves throughout the course of development, fundamental issues that resurface continually and that provide coherence to sometimes seemingly disparate research. The themes can serve as frameworks to help students further understand and remember the multitude of facts about child development. Bukatko/Daehler's sixth edition text draws on five themes, Nature and Nurture, Sociocultural Influence, Continuity/Discontinuity, Interaction among Domains, and Risk/Resilience. By drawing on these themes, the authors hope to stimulate readers to think about the process of development, or why it proceeds as it does. Through new For Your Review and Reflection sections, the authors also hope students will engage with the text and become more adept critical thinkers, who are more likely to appreciate the ramifications of theory and research for applied issues such as parenting practices, education, and social policy for children, which are ultimately concerns for us all. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Author: Danuta Bukatko,Marvin W. Daehler
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Book Review Author Advocates Healthy Lifestyle and Disease Prevention to start from the Womb and dieting to begin in the Crib New Health Book, written in easy-to-understand laymans term, provides thought-provoking and valuable health reference designed to change lives of individuals and society as a whole through good pre-emptive and proactive social initiatives and more responsible parenting for healthy lifestyle and disease prevention, which the cardiac surgeon author says must start in the womb and safe dieting should begin in the crib, to maximize their full potential in achieving their goals. XLIBRIS - (PRWEB) August 29, 2011 What is the best strategy to prevent diseases? Cardiac Surgeon Emeritus in Northwest Indiana Dr. Philip S. Chua attempts to provide resolution to this issue as he presents Lets Stop Killing Our Children, a valuable, inspiring, and innovative 794-page health guide that focuses on disease prevention starting from ground zero, and highlights the fundamental obligation parents and society have in teaching children how to life a healthy lifestyle by setting good examples early on. This revolutionary concept puts the onus squarely on society, parents and guardians of young children, who are totally at the mercy of society and of these adults, whose good or bad examples, habits and behaviors will inevitably be emulated by the children. It is in the first five formative years of the children and up to age 12 when instilling proper discipline and behavioral modification are most effective, states this heart surgeon. Almost all diseases known to man are self-induced and are, therefore, preventableMost of us seemed to have unwittingly programmed our mindset and behavior to a self-destruct and slow-suicide modethis negative surrender and fatalistic attitude are what this book aims to change, Dr. Chua critically pointed out in his book. An international health advocate and writer, Dr. Philip S. Chua, in this book of information, philosophy and principles, poses this great challenge to society as a whole in his belief that most diseases known to man are self-induced through self-abuse. It is important that both society as a whole and parents play their essential role of doing what is right for the children, way before age 5 to save these young lives from avoidable morbidity and premature death as they grow to middle age and beyond. After all, says Dr. Chua, the race does not start in the middle. The author points out that autopsy findings on children, as young as 4-5 who were victims of accidents, already had evidence of arteriosclerosis (hardening of their arteries) which we see in adultswe must be doing something wrong. "Are we losing the war on diseases because we are starting late and lagging far behind in this race?" ponders the cardiac surgeon. Dr. Chua, in his book, strongly suggests for parents and society as a whole to practice this novel pre-emptive and proactive health concept even before conception to achieve a healthier family, a healthier citizenry, and thus a healthier nation. "Since, we have not really significantly succeeded in our war against many diseases over the past half a century, the medical community and society as a whole need to seriously re-evaluate of our current conventional strategy in dealing with health and disease prevention, if we are to contain, if not eradicate, the common diseases afflicting man around the world today, including hypertension, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and even cancer," admonishes the author. This pre-emptive health strategy could forever change the role of parents and society in our quest for health, well-being, happiness, and longevity. This challenging and stimulating coffee-table book of wisdom is a must-read. Every home deserves one.
Disease Prevention Starting from the Crib | a Simplified Survival Guide for Parents and Society to Save Our Children
Author: Philip S. Chua MD FACS FPCS
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
EMPOWER YOURSELF! Childhood obesity has become a very common condition and can often lead to serious physical and emotional complications as the child grows up. If you are the parent, caregiver, or loved one of a child who is battling obesity, 100 Questions & Answers About Your Child’s Obesity can offer help. This book is an authoritative and user-friendly guide that will enhance your knowledge of this condition and answer your questions about causes, diagnosis, treatment options, and the prognosis for children with obesity. Written by a gastroenterologist/pharmacologist and a child psychiatrist, and with contributions from actual parents of overweight children, this book is an excellent resource of learning about how to live a healthier lifestyle and to cope with the medical, emotional, and everyday aspects of childhood obesity.
Author: Barton Cobert,Josiane Cobert
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning