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What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick
Parents often don't know what to do when their child gets sick or hurt. This leads to unnecessary ER visits, missed school/work, and high healthcare costs.
This easy-to-read book shares advice for managing 50+ common childhood illnesses, injuries, and health problems. It empowers parents to make informed decisions with over 200 pages of step-by-step instructions.
Research proves this book leads to fewer ER visits and saves families more than $550 in healthcare costs each year. With over six million copies sold worldwide, this is a must-have resource for all parents.
About this book:
- Written by nurses then reviewed by doctors and parents
- Proven to reduce ER visits by 58% and save families $550+ per year
- 200+ pages of advice with illustrations covering 50+ childhood health issues
- Written at a 5th-grade reading level for easy comprehension
- Directions for when to call the doctor or go to the ER
- Available in seven languages
Gloria Mayer, R.N.
Ann Kuklierus, R.N.
Ann and Gloria have been nurses for over 20 years. Both have worked for many years with parents and children. They know the questions and concerns parents have about their children.
This book was reviewed by doctors, health professionals, and parents of young children to validate usefulness, content and appeal.
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