Explains human reproduction, describes a normal pregnancy and childbirth, and offers practical information on caring for infants and young children up to age fiveThe typically playful baby who is cranky and lethargic, or the irrepressible toddler who falls asleep while playing, probably does not feel well. ... In general, a childa#39;s temperature should be kept under 104Ad; high fever can make a youngster trembly , jumpy, even delirious. ... The most direct way to bring a fever down is sponging the skin with tepid water, which produces rapid cooling through evaporation.
|Title||:||The Commonsense Guide to Birth and Babies|
|Publisher||:||Holt McDougal - 1985-06-01|