Recently I had the chance to do a review on the The Big Book Of Symptoms and this is the greatest It has all sorts of things that you can look at to determine what is wrong with them . From time to time every parent has to look for their child’s symptoms and determine what action to take. This book is designed to help you distinguish minor everyday concerns with more serious conditions, and to suggest a reasonable course of action. This book is great and shows you things you need to know.
It will keep you calm in case you have no idea what kind of bite your child has, with looking at the book you will be able to tell, between a bug bite and a tick bite and every other bite there is.
The book will also let you understand when your child has a fever, whether it is a symptom rather than a illnesses. And how to calm a colicky baby I know I wish I had this book when Devon was a baby he went through for months, and everything we tried didn’t work. This book would have been great.
Who had issues with trying to get their toddler to have a normal sleep pattern, this book will help you with that also. Also for our teens this will help them treat the problem so they aren’t embarrassed at school. Besides all of that this book comes with a first aid guide to show you what to do in case of emergencies.The book alone is worth it and will ease a lot of minds.
From the most respected authority in pediatrics this is a must-have resource for all parents. While your pediatrician may be the best resource in your child’s healthcare, it’s nice to have somewhere to quickly turn to when needing medical information or researching symptoms – this book from the American Association of Pediatrics is that ultimate guide. I love it and would suggest that every parent have one of these handy!
Edited by two esteemed members of AAP, Steven P. Shelov, MD, FAAP, and Shelly V. Flais, MD, FAAP, The Big Book of Symptoms is an A-Z directory and ultimate guide to over 100 of the most common childhood symptoms from infancy to adolescence.