it’s a concise, yet thorough overview of the pediatric care of your child, and hopefully, a great encouragement for today’s parent
Bloomington, IN (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
In her recent guidebook, “Crib to College: A Parents’ (Or Anyone’s!) Crash Course in Pediatrics” (published by iUniverse), Pamela A. Paulhus, MD, FAAP gives readers a crash course on the care of children from infancy to late adolescence.
“Parents are hungry for information on health, safety, and anything related to their children,” Paulhus explains, adding that her book is relevant because “it’s a concise, yet thorough overview of the pediatric care of your child, and hopefully, a great encouragement for today’s parent.”
An excerpt from “Crib to College”:
“My patients and their families surpass all lectures, books, and journals in what they have taught and continue to teach me. I am indebted to them for the confidence and trust they have placed in me over the years. It is my hope that I have enriched their lives as much as they have mine.”
Readers have commented that “Crib to College” is “a must read for new moms, couldn’t put it down, very funny, down to earth, a ‘feel good’ book, informative, light yet serious” and say that they “want to read more from this writer.”
Paulhus’ quick, easy read covers choosing a pediatrician, birth, immunizations, antibiotics, safety, nutrition, the road from infancy to adolescence and more. The closing chapter features the author’s personal reflections on becoming a doctor.
About the Author
Pamela A. Paulhus, MD, FAAP is a Yale-trained, board certified pediatrician who entered practice in 1997. She received her medical degree from New York Medical College and completed her residency at Yale – New Haven Children’s Hospital. Paulhus has been on national radio, and has appeared on “The Today Show” to discuss health, the healthcare industry and international adoption. She lives in New York.
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