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The 24/7 Baby Doctor: A Harvard Pediatrician Answers All Your Questions from Birth to One Yearby Victoria Rogers Mcevoy
Synopses & Reviews
The 24/7 Baby Doctor is the essential twenty-first-century reference guide for new parents. Doing away with the often intimidating What to Expect” approach of so many parenting books, Dr. Victoria Rogers McEvoy coaches readers in an encouraging, you-can-do-this voice, telling parents what they can do and when they need to consult their doctor. She asks (and answers) all key questions, on topics such as sleep, food, crying, stooling, spitting up, development, health and safety, and technology. She offers evidence-based solutions that reflect American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations and the latest research—whether on vaccines, autism, or cognitive products that supposedly make babies smarter. And, where possible, Dr. McEvoy gives parents the parameters to make their own choices.
In The 24/7 Baby Doctor, Dr. Victoria Rogers McEvoy asks (and answers) all key questions new parents have about caring for their little ones. What can you do on your own? When do you need to consult a doctor? From sleep to safety, she offers evidence-based solutions that reflect the latest research—whether on vaccines, autism, or cognitive products that supposedly make babies smarter. And, where possible, Dr. McEvoy gives parents the parameters to make their own choices.
About the Author
Victoria Rogers McEvoy, M.D. is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Chief of Pediatrics at Massachusetts General West Medical Group, based at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She is also a senior pediatrician on staff at the hospital.
Florence Isaacs is the author or coauthor of nine books, and has contributed articles on subjects including health and medicine to leading national magazines. She is a past president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Sleep—Getting to ZZZs
Chapter 2: Breastfeeding—Issues and Challenges
Chapter 3: Food and Nutrition—Starting Off RightChapter 4: Crying—Breaking the Code
Chapter 5: Pee, Poop, and Spit Ups—the Diaper Diaries
Chapter 6: Growth and Development—a Wide Range of Normal
Chapter 7: Babies Bodies—From Head-to-Toes
Chapter 8: Immunizations—Facts and Fiction
Chapter 9: Illness—Is the Baby Sick?
Chapter 10: Injuries and Accidents—Call the Medics
Chapter 11: Allergies—ABCs of Prevention and Management
Chapter 12: Day-to-Day Baby Care—the Basics
Chapter 13: Health Information/Technology--Be a Savvy Consumer
Chapter 14: Work/Career Choices—Whats Right for You?
Chapter 15: Maintaining the Integrity of Your Marriage--Working Together
Chapter 16: Caring for Yourself—How to Take Your Life Back
Chapter 17: A Year to Remember
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