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This second edition of a book for popular use contains about 300 pages and a few illustrations. It deals with useful information for the mother regarding the clothing, hygiene, details of feeding, evidences of indigestion in the artificially-fed, feeding in older children and methods of preparing foods for later childhood. No attempt is made to tell the mother how to devise her own formulas for feeding the infant. The latter third of the book deals with the development, environment, training and common diseases of childhood. This is a perfectly safe and sane book which any physician can well recommend to his clientele.
THE INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD—ITS CARE AND FEEDING FROM BIRTH UNTIL SCHOOL AGE—A MANUAL FOR MOTHERS. Am J Dis Child. 1929;37(5):1120. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1929.01930050230027
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