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From the Publisher"Children will thank parents and pediatricians who read this bookand use homeopathy as a safe and valuable method to treat theiracute and chronic health problems. More important, Dr. Shaltsinforms parents that children with acute health problems who aretreated and healed with homeopathy are more resilient and thereforeless likely to develop a chronic illness."
—Lawrence B. Palevsky, M.D., F.A.A.P., president, AmericanHolistic Medical Association
"Dr. Shalts accomplishes a great deal in one book. He presents ahistory of homeopathy, explains what to expect in a homeopathicinterview, and delves into home treatment. The case descriptionsare compelling and create a feeling as though Dr. Shalts isspeaking to each parent individually. Great job!"
—Amy Rothenberg, N.D., D.H.A.N.P., and Paul Herscu, N.D.,D.H.A.N.P., cofounders and principal instructors, New EnglandSchool of Homeopathy
"Dr. Shalts’s Handbook has made homeopathy more accessiblewith it’s clear and concise description of the practical usesof this potent medical therapy. Effective for all ages and a widerange of illnesses homeopathy can now be part of everyfamily’s home first-aid kit, and part of everypatient’s choice for treatment of many common conditions withthis book’s recommendations."
—Robert Schiller, M.D., chairman, Department of Family Medicine,Beth Israel Medical Center; assistant professor, department offamily medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; senior vicepresident, Institute for Urban Family Health
"Edward Shalts is one of the nation’s most giftedhomeopathic physicians. As an M.D. trained in both family medicineand psychiatry, he has written the definitive family guide tohomeopathy, suitable for practitioners, consumers, and especiallyparents. This is a must-have reference guide in homeopathy."
—Woodson C. Merrell, M.D., M. Anthony Fisher Director ofIntegrative Medicine, Continuum Center for Health and Healing, BethIsrael Medical Center; assistant clinical professor of medicine,Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons