The A to Z of Children’s Health book

Long before the internet we all relied on family, friends and books for advice and info. Being a mom is no different. I actually still prefer to look things up in a book. Sometimes if something is seeming off and I Google it, I find all kinds of scary things. Luckily for me we have pretty much seen it all and been through it and come back. That is what happens when you have 4 kids in a wide spread time. Whatever is happening to the 5 year old health wise, chances are it had happened to the other three who are now teens at some point. I am more often the one giving the advice and the words of encouragement than the one seeking it. 

There are a few reference books I like to keep on hand still. Books that are easy to flip through and find exactly what I am looking for. Big bold, headings, bright pictures and index and contents pages that help navigate every step of the way. One book I recently have been checking out to help with my children’s health is The A to Z of Children’s Health book. 



Pampers wants to arm Canadian parents with resources to promote baby’s happy, healthy development. Sure to become your go-to health and wellness guide, The A to Z of Children’s Health is an indispensable reference that will solve every parent’s health query.

Written by pediatric experts, Dr. Jeremy Friedman, Dr. Natasha Saunders and Dr. Norman Saunders, from the world-renowned Hospital for Sick Children, this comprehensive and contemporary guide covers over 235 childhood conditions and illnesses – from diaper rash to remedies for the common cold.  The easy-to-read format will guide you through questions about your child’s health, providing practical tips and strategies that may help avoid countless hours of waiting in a doctor’s office or emergency room.

Armed with the support from pediatric experts at your fingertips, refer to this helpful resource to solve your next health related query from the “What can I do” section of A to Z, which includes:

  1. Bed wetting
  2. Bullying
  3. Diaper rash
  4. Teething
  5. Temper tantrums

Sometimes as parents we just need to know we are not alone. We need to see what our child/family is going through is happening elsewhere. Children get sick, most are common illnesses and do not last long. It is still comforting to read up on it and have some help at your finger tips. The A to Z of Children’s Health book is for parents who have children aged 0-10. Filled with diagrams, charts and easy to read information this is a great book for all parents to have on hand. Night terrors, teething, chicken pox and more are covered in this book. It would be a fabulous gift for new parents and old. 

Giveaway time

I have 1 copy of The A to Z of Children’s Health to give to a lucky Canadian reader ($28 value). Fill out the form below for your chance to win. Good luck! 

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  1. Crystal Englot says

    I always turn to my Mom or my sisters for advise when it comes to anything with my son.

  2. Debbie Kennedy says

    Mommy to the rescue!

  3. Wayne Lecoy says

    I am entering your giveaway.
    It would be great to win a copy of The A to Z of Children’s Health.
    In response to your question of Where do you turn for help when it comes to your children?
    When i need help i ask my mother or look things up on the computer.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!!!!!!!!

  4. My parents…and in-laws!

  5. Elizabeth Matthiesen says

    Thankfully my children are all fully grown now and one set of grandchildren has a nurse for a mum so our family is very lucky.

  6. I turn to Google and forums. When my kids were little, I relied on my trusted Dr. Spock book.

  7. I always google and questions I have.

  8. The internet and mom

  9. Friends and the internet.

  10. butterflyamyc says

    I like to ask google.

  11. My mom

  12. marlenesmith953 says

    i call the medical hotline or the doctor's when the kid's are sick

  13. Victoria Ess says


  14. Books and online mommy groups that I belong to.

  15. I usually rely on google or ask friends that have kids that are older than mine who have likely dealt with the issue at hand already.

  16. Monique L.S. says

    I am part of an online forum where the members are a wealth of knowledge.

  17. i get alot of info off line

  18. Wanda Bergman says

    friends, family, doctor, internet

  19. natasha severson says

    aunt, online, doctor, help line

  20. my sister in law.

  21. paulinemilner says

    My Mum is a wealth of information and advice. She is so practical and helps me with the kids in ways that really work. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  22. I turn to family when I need help.

  23. Google lol and common sense

  24. I am always on the internet looking for answers and I also get to bug my god daughter who is in nursing school =)

  25. Doctor and internet.

  26. myself and books

  27. truckerofbc says

    The Internet, then the Doctor

  28. I start with mu gut. Then turn to google. If something still doesn't feel right, I call my doctor.

  29. Jennifer P. says

    I google, which is sometimes good and sometimes bad. When it's bad we go to the doctor. 🙂

  30. I don't have my mommy anymore to ask her questions. So I usually look online for info.
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  31. wendy Hutton says

    turn to family or firends

  32. I turn to my mom, mother-in-law and sister-in-law.

  33. Family and friends who are moms!

  34. I usually check the internet and a doctor first.
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  35. usually my parents

  36. My mom! I often go to her for advice.

  37. Katy Emanuel says

    My friends, google, family, my herbalist

  38. Teresa Thompson says

    My grandmother first and then google.

  39. Shawna Chapman says

    My granddaughter is 17 months old and this would come in really handy!

  40. Carmelle G. says

    Lol it will help a neighbour of mine for sure.

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