This book is the revised and expanded 2nd edition of The Ins and Outs of Poop: A Guide to Treating Childhood Constipation. It is a how-to book for parents and a treatment guide for pediatric healthcare specialists dealing with chronic constipation also known as encopresis or functional constipation
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Presents a compendium of fascinating, unusual, and gross facts about excrement and urine throughout history, in the animal kingdom, and in science.
Written during award-winning pediatrician Dr. Scott W. Cohen’s first year as a father, this book is the only one to combine two invaluable “on the job” perspectives—the doctor’s and the new parent’s. The result is a refreshingly engaging and informative guide that includes all you need to know at each age and stage of your child’s first year. Drawing on the latest medical recommendations and his experiences at home and in the office, Dr. Cohen covers everything from preparing for your baby’s arrival to introducing her to a new sibling, to those three basic functions that will come to dominate a new parent’s life. Eat, Sleep, Poop addresses questions, strategies, myths, and all aspects of your child’s development. In each instance, Dr. Cohen provides a thorough overview and a simple answer or explanation: a “common sense bottom line,” yet he doesn’t dictate. The emphasis is on doing what is medically sound and what works best for you and your baby. He also includes fact sheets, easy-to-follow diagnosis and treatment guides, and humorous daddy vs. doctor sidebars that reveal the learning curve during his fi rst year as a dad. Lively, practical, and reassuring, Eat, Sleep, Poop provides the knowledge you need to parent with confidence, to relax and enjoy baby’s fi rst year, and to raise your child with the best tool a parent can have: informed common sense.
Picking up where YOU: Having a Baby left off, the New York Times #1 bestselling authors of the YOU health series present the ultimate parent’s guide to raising a happy, healthy child. Dr. Mehmet Oz—host of television’s The Dr. Oz Show and a daily Sirius/XM radio program for Oprah Radio—and Dr. Michael Roizen—chief wellness officer and chair of the Wellness Institute of the Cleveland Clinic— have sold millions of books informing readers about healthy dieting, aging, and overall health. Now the Docs provide invaluable advice to help parents understand the biology and psychology of raising a happy, healthy child from birth to school age. The authors address everything from troubleshooting infant health issues to supporting the emotional and intellectual development of your child. Included are discussions of healthy nutrition, milestones for physical activity, building good habits, taking care of YOU, and how to cope with the biggest ailments and fears parents face today. The book is filled with wisdom and age-specific advice that will help parents manage all kinds of child-rearing questions and issues. In YOU: Raising Your Child, America’s most trusted doctors once again come to the rescue with the biology, psychology, and insider wisdom of providing a healthy and enriching environment.
A look at the mythic, archetypal, and transformational aspects of Snake • Explores how and why Snake was transformed from esteemed advisor and guardian of ancient wisdom to a symbol of deception and evil • Examines Snake’s healing powers, its role in awakening kundalini, and its connections to dreams, shamanism, alchemy, and the Goddess • Shares transformational stories and practical ways that Snake can help us travel through the imaginal realm, gather treasure from the psyche, and shed outgrown aspects of self Entwined with human consciousness since prehistoric times, Snake has always been associated with transformation--from the shedding of its skin to the rising of kundalini energy. In ancient times, Snake served as protector and advisor to gods, goddesses, and royalty. But with the story of Adam and Eve, Snake became the enemy--a tempter and deceiver. How did this happen and why do humans continue to fear and vilify Snake? Inspired by a vivid dream of an immense snake that lost its tail, animal communicator Dawn Baumann Brunke investigates the interwoven history of Snake and humanity and explores how we can once again access Snake’s wisdom and harness its powerful ability to heal, transform, and awaken. Uncovering ties between Snake and Goddess, the author demonstrates how both were systematically suppressed millennia ago with the spread of a patriarchal perspective that valued mastery over nature, God over Goddess. Brunke reveals how myths that originally extolled the virtues of Snake and Goddess were refashioned, recreating their images as debased and untrustworthy. She explores why snakes show up in shamanic journeys and transformational dreams and how their unique presence in our world can serve as catalysts of change, truth-telling, and enlightenment. Examining Snake’s role in awakening human consciousness, Brunke considers the alchemical role of the serpent as well as Snake’s connections to ancient healing, modern medicine, and even the DNA m
Two decades after writing the acclaimed Nickel Miseries and Sick Friends, Ivan Gold has broken his silence and produced a novel which brings back the character Jason Sams. Combining fiction and memoir about triumph over the blackness of alcoholism, Sams in a Dry Season tracks Jason as he drowns in liquor and then, after several eye-opening experiences, puts down the bottle for good.
From the creator of the Just a Colorado Gal blog comes a guide to help you plan for a fun backpacking experience. It’s time to take a hike! In Backpacking 101, outdoor expert Heather Balogh Rochfort goes step-by-step through the preparation process of hiking—from selecting the right gear to choosing the perfect destination. She also provides useful information for out on the trail, including how to -Properly read a topographic map -Set up an environmentally friendly campsite -Safely interact with wildlife -Handle being lost in the woods With Backpacking 101 in your bag, you can be prepared for whatever comes your way during your trek—no matter what skill level you are. It’s the perfect resource for anyone ready for an outdoor adventure!
Discusses gay intimacy, medical problems related to gay sexuality, AIDS, safe sex, and sexual dysfunction
Discover the best way to care for yourself--day by day and season by season. Embrace the ancient principles of Ayurveda to become a more integrated, whole, and healthy version of yourself. This detailed guide walks you through the steps of foundational Ayurvedic practices that can be easily integrated into your existing self-care routine--from self-massage, oil pulling, and tongue scraping to breathing practices, meditation exercises, and eating with intention--to uplift your physical health and state of mind. In The Everyday Ayurveda Guide to Self-Care, you will: • Get acquainted with the tradition of Ayurveda and better understand your doshas (metabolic tendencies) and basic Ayurvedic anatomy. • Discover the art of self-care by exploring daily routines and seasonal practices to prevent imbalances in the body and mind. • Find out what foods, spices, and herbs carry medicinal qualities that support cleansing, rejuvenation, and management of common ailments.
I see London, I see France...here’s a book about underpants! Did you know that warriors at the time of Genghis Khan invented arrow-resistant silk underwear? Or that the recommended age to begin wearing a corset in the late 1800s was four years old? Or that King Tut had a particular fondness for underwear? He was buried with 145 pairs! This lively text consists of ten chapters on various aspects of underwear, including the social and historical ramifications of different undergarments and their development for warmth, support, protection, cleanliness, and status. Regan Dunnick’s clever illustrations and Kathy Shaskan's accessible text is giggle-worthy, page-turning, and well-researched. From boxers to bustles to briefs, from history to humor, from support to society, the story of underwear is the story of humanity itself. “Most highly recommended.”—Children’s Literature “Certain to keep young readers in, so to speak, stitches.”—Kirkus Reviews
- Author : Ashley K. Willington
- Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
- Release Date : 2014-03-01
- Genre : Health & Fitness
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 9781312035553
This eBook proposes natural cures for constipation including the best foods and supplements, the safest herbal remedies, the most natural laxatives, and the easiest non-constipating recipes which enhance metabolism and promote bowel movement. It also offers fast and lasting relief through alternative therapies and stress-reducing exercises which relax the body and stimulate the colon. All summed up as Natural Remedies, they not only rid you of the condition but also release you from your dependence on laxatives, lubricants, and other constipation-relieving products. For these “home remedies” to work, our eBook requires you to change the way you think, eat, exercise, and manage stress. With all these changes, you will develop a lifestyle that cures and prevents you from being constipated ever again. In the end, it is possible for you to be constipation-free, and to enjoy bowel movements which are easier, more regular, and more natural!
A book of unfiltered truths about raising an autistic blind child in a world full of assholes. Autism and Assholes will make you laugh and cry as you follow a Mother's true stories of being fed up with the world that surrounds her disabled child.
Now available as an enhanced e-book, YOU: Raising Your Child will include 12 videos that feature Dr. Oz and pediatrician Dr. Jennifer Trachtenberg answering real parents' questions about child-rearing. They talk about everything from diet to bathtime and give candid answers to questions posed by real parents. YOU: Raising Your Child could be the most valuable download for any parent's e-reader providing the answers you need about the biology, psychology, and common sense wisdom of raising a healthy child. YOU: Raising Your Child is the ultimate guide to raising children from birth to age five The authors address everything from troubleshooting infant health issues to supporting the emotional and intellectual development of your child. Included are discussions of healthy nutrition, milestones for physical activity, building good habits, taking care of YOU, and how to cope with the biggest ailments and fears parents face today. The book is filled with wisdom and age-specific advice that will help parents manage all kinds of child-rearing questions and issues. A sampling of topics include: The Mind of a Child This chapter is the foundation for what is discussed throughout the book. It explores personality quirks and how they are formed, and will talk about things that parents can do from day one to day one thousand (and beyond) to help their children develop. Tips will be about how to recognize their differences but still instill good habits. After all, good parenting is really about being a good psychologist—knowing your child’s brain, and helping them develop who they are. Nutrition Of course, a big part of parenting is making sure that kids learn how to keep themselves healthy and fit for a lifetime. This chapter emphasizes good nutrition and eating habits for all ages. it will address biologic differences like number of taste buds and requirement for dozen exposures to taste to achieve change. Physical Activity With the help of Joel Harper, fitness expert who a
Whether you're a country bumpkin or a city slicker you know there's something alluring about life on the farm. Even with its ups and downs, ins and outs, country living has a certain charm...and aroma. Poop happens. And sometimes a little can do you a whole mess of good. Within these pages you'll find more than twenty true farm and country tales, by sixteen farm- experienced authors, that will tickle your funny bone, bring a tear to your eye, or moo-ve you with joy and inspiration. Maybe all three in the same story! These are delightful little droppings for those difficult days when you're cooped up and need a quick read to pick up your spirits or bring a fresh touch to your sole...(ahem) soul. Includes stories by: Joe Benjamin, Andy R. Bunch, Patrick Dwyer, Suzi Goedert, Chris Johnson, Bethany Rose Lewis, Carolyn Norland, Tammy Owen, Melissa Eskue Ousley, Dennis J. Sparks, Cherie Walter, Joyce Reynolds-Ward, Arvol E. Zschomler, Keilah Joy Zumstein and the editors.
- Author : Bonnie Best
- Publisher : Bookwise Publishing
- Release Date : 2017-08-25
- Genre : Business & Economics
- Pages : 144
- ISBN : 1606451855
The new 2017 edition of "The Real Poop Scoop on Pet Sitting" explains the ins and outs, and does and don'ts, of using technology to run your business. This is invaluable information for you to make the best decisions in running your pet sitting business and being successful! With your home based business, you can create a good income working with other people's pets! Pet sitting is a very lucrative business, with flexible hours and great "people" with whom to work with--Pets! Also, learn how to start ANY home business. Valuable tools provide the basics for any self-started business.
Dedicated to fecal and urinary diversions, this comprehensive reference book features information on the history of enterostomal therapy, anatomy and physiology of diseases that necessitate intestinal or urinary diversions, pouching system management principles, ostomy related complications, care of the cancer patient as well as the patient with chronic disease, and current trends and issues affecting the person with an ostomy. Current topics covered include intestinal diversions requiring temporary diversions, medical and surgical treatments for inflammatory bowel disease, colo-rectal cancers advances and ischemic intestinal disease. Fecal and Urinary Diversions: Management Principles is a valuable resource to students, nurses, physicians, surgeons, and any health professional caring for a person with an ostomy. Covers lifespan considerations to address the special needs of patients of all ages. Includes an 8-page color insert with 25 full-color photos illustrating ostomy-related complications to help nurses improve their assessment skills. Offers a unique framework for pouch selection to help nurses choose the most effective and cost-conscious options. Covers coping and quality-of-life issues to guide nurses in handling these important patient and professional considerations. Features practical, step-by-step guidelines for pouching, irrigation, and other techniques. Provides review questions and answers to help evaluate learning and prepare for certification or recertification.
Pooping in labor is not a topic at the top of your list to discuss at a dinner party or over coffee, but it is an anxiety many women bear alone when preparing for their birth. Read personal stories of pregnant women, their partners, and birth professionals of their anxiety of pooping during labor. Learn about the physiology of pushing, why pooping happens, and how it is managed during birth. This book will help relieve your anxiety, prepare you to completely let go of the fear of pooping, and add a little humor to your mind as you approach labor.