1120pages | 190 * 230 mm /2133g
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About This Book
It is common for moms to share their wealth of knowledge on how to properly raise a child. What does is truly mean to properly raise a child? According to the author, being able to provide nutritious meals, create a peaceful environment for the child’s heart and mind to thrive, and prevent sicknesses from worsening, are the major qualities good parents should possess.
Most moms are familiar with preparing appropriate meals and positive atmospheres for physical and mental growth. However, many are unsure of how to proceed when their child falls ills. Oftentimes, they will rush their children to the hospital. The author proposes the idea that healthcare doesn’t necessarily have to start at the hospital. According to author and pediatrician, Ha Jung Hoon, children’s health problems can be overcome, perhaps even prevented, without visiting doctors as long as moms and dads are well informed.
In hopes of preventing health conditions from worsening, the author aims to clearly explain various health issues to unexperienced and possibly misinformed parents. The common cold, skin diseases, indigestion, and diarrhea are just a few examples of common health issues many children experience. Armed with a professional background in health care, Ha provides readers with an easy-to-understand approach to the confusing and sometimes scary world of health concerns.
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