Tell Me Where It Hurts

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As a parent, you know the fear and frustration you feel when your child is sick, especially when the doctor can't diagnose anything specifically wrong. Now, rather than go from doctor to doctor for second and third opinions and possibly administer unnecessary medication, you can refer to Tell Me Where It Hurts to help you determine whether your child's problem is physical, psychological, emotional, or a combination of all three. Authors Jonathan Slater, M.D., and Mark Fuerst have produced a ground-breaking book ...
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Overview

As a parent, you know the fear and frustration you feel when your child is sick, especially when the doctor can't diagnose anything specifically wrong. Now, rather than go from doctor to doctor for second and third opinions and possibly administer unnecessary medication, you can refer to Tell Me Where It Hurts to help you determine whether your child's problem is physical, psychological, emotional, or a combination of all three. Authors Jonathan Slater, M.D., and Mark Fuerst have produced a ground-breaking book that, for the first time, helps concerned parents unravel the complex symptoms and complaints they hear from their kids. This invaluable work also presents the latest research on traditional medicine and alternative therapies. Tell Me Where It Hurts will help you decode your child's symptoms -- and know how to distinguish the benign from the chronic and serious.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580626217
  • Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
  • Publication date: 8/1/2002
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 6.04 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword v
Preface ix
Acknowledgments xiii
Part I What Your Child Isn't Telling You About Aches and Pains
Chapter 1 My Child Doesn't Talk to Me 3
Chapter 2 The Mind and the Body--It's Not All in Your Head 11
Chapter 3 How the Mind Connects with the Body 21
Chapter 4 Should I Send My Child to School Today? 31
Chapter 5 Talking to Your Pediatrician--How to Avoid Unnecessary Workups 41
Part II Finding Out What's Going On
Chapter 6 What's in the Body May Be in the Mind 49
Chapter 7 What's in the Mind May Be in the Body 65
Chapter 8 How Your Child Thinks and Speaks 75
Chapter 9 How Your Child Behaves and Functions 87
Chapter 10 How Your Child Relates to School and Home Environments 111
Chapter 11 How Your Child Relates to Family, Friends, and Role Models 117
Chapter 12 Not Absolutely Perfect--How to Cope with Normal Childhood 133
Chapter 13 How Are You Doing, Mom and Dad--Stress Rolls Downhill 139
Chapter 14 Recognizing Stress in Children 153
Part III Helping Your Child Feel Better
Chapter 15 Calming Your Child--Stress Antidotes 161
Chapter 16 Mixing in Medications 173
Chapter 17 From Heating Pads to Hypnosis--Easing Pain and Anxiety 203
Chapter 18 Sugar and Spice and St. John's Wort--Alternative Medicine 211
Chapter 19 Child 2001--Wellness in the Next Millennium 229
Resources 261
References 265
Index 269
About the Authors 273
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