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The Vitamin Cure for Infant and Toddler Health Problems

The Vitamin Cure for Infant and Toddler Health Problems

THE VITAMIN CURE FOR INFANT AND TODDLER HEALTH PROBLEMS presents detailed discussions of immunizations; colic and diarrhea; feeding; well-baby checkups; ear infections; colds, flu and other respiratory illnesses; fever; SIDS; allergies; over-the-counter drugs; child rearing; high-dose vitamin C... more

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  • ISBN 9781591203032
  • Imprint Basic Health Publications
  • Category Health & Fitness

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THE VITAMIN CURE FOR INFANT AND TODDLER HEALTH PROBLEMS presents detailed discussions of immunizations; colic and diarrhea; feeding; well-baby checkups; ear infections; colds, flu and other respiratory illnesses; fever; SIDS; allergies; over-the-counter drugs; child rearing; high-dose vitamin C therapy for young children; more.

The authors favor a three-tiered approach for raising healthier children: 1) good diet and daily vitamin supplements, 2) higher doses of vitamin supplements for special needs, and 3) appropriately very high orthomolecular doses of nutrients when there is illness, in cooperation with necessary medical intervention.

Pediatrician Ralph Campbell, MD, offers the advice you wish your pediatrician gave. Says Dr. Campbell: "I learned valuable things from the genius doctor I first practiced with. I always attempted to determine the reason and treated accordingly, without drugs." Here is the much-awaited sequel to Drs. Ralph Campbell and Andrew W. Saul's very popular previous work, The Vitamin Cure for Children's Health Problems.

Ralph Campbell, M.D., is a lifelong advocate of nutritional medicine. He maintained a large pediatric practice in Southern California for thirteen years before moving to Polson, Montana, in 1970. Dr....more

Andrew W. Saul, M.S., Ph.D., is editor-in-chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine NewsService and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine. Has published more than 180...more