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Subject: Health: Family & Parenting

Complementary Childcare Series

Complementary Childcare Series

Produced by the Discovery Health Channel, this series is for parents seeking knowledge and information on preventative medicine or, when conventional therapies don't work, alternative choices for their children who may be suffering from common health issues. Leading health practitioners review the experiences of children who have benefited from complementary therapy, to the extent that the treatment has helped to cure or to relieve their condition. Produced by Discovery Health Company and Quantum Leap, Ltd. Programs available on 10 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 10-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail

List of Titles


Allergies

Allergies

Over the past 20 years allergies have increased dramatically, affecting a large number of school-age children. Dr. David Smallbone, M.D., guides us through this program that looks at health problems associated with allergies. In Part 1, we meet Angela Duffy and her young daughter, Georgia, who originally was Click for more


Anxiety and Fear

Anxiety and Fear

Avy Joseph, a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, guides us through this program that looks at the most common psychological disorder in children and teens today, anxiety. Here we learn that anxiety and fear are feelings and emotions we may have in response to danger, either real or perceived, and that anxiety is Click for more


Asthma

Asthma

Dr. John Briffa, a Nutritional physician and best selling author (Bodywise, Ultimate Health, and Natural Health for Kids), begins by discussing the impact of diet on asthma; also how an asthma patient's bronchial tubes constrict, making it difficult for the sufferer to breath out. In Part 1, we Click for more


Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Paul Shattock, Director of Autism Research Unit at Sunderland University, guides us through this program on Autism Spectrum Disorders. In Part 1, we meet Jacqui Jackson and her 13-year-old son, Luke, who has tackled a mild form of autism, known as Asperger Syndrome, through changes in diet. In Part 2, we meet Click for more


Behavioral Problems

Behavioral Problems

"Recommended. This program is recommended for parents, teachers and others who wish to consider alternative treatments for children who have ADHD or other behavioral disorders." -EMRO Review
Dr. Brian McDonough, a specialist in Nutritional Medicine, guides us through this program on new discoveries Click for more


Birth Trauma

Birth Trauma

Dr. Stuart Korth, a Pediatric Osteopath, explains that birth trauma is assessed with the Apgar score, which is an index of a child's alertness and color at birth. In Part 1, we meet Pippa Hoyer-Millar, and her daughter, Minty, who has Cerebral Palsy, which we learn can be caused at anytime by any assault on Click for more


Coughs and Colds

Coughs and Colds

Dr. Gill Jenkins, M.D, explains how a cold is a viral infection of the nasal passages of the nose and throat, and how antibiotics don't work on colds and coughs. In Part 1, we meet Anita Bourne who explored Homeopathic remedies for her daughter Amelia's infected lungs with Tricia Allen, a Homeopath. In Click for more


Dyslexia and Dyspraxia

Dyslexia and Dyspraxia

"Recommended. The overall tone of the program is positive and hopeful, and should be appealing to parents and lay people. The program offers plenty of comments from parents and children in addition to those of the experts; the therapists' discussions are not too technical and their commitment to the children they Click for more


Vaccinations

Vaccinations

Dr. Peter Mansfield, M.D., guides viewers through this program that examines the on-going debate, to vaccinate or not. He explains what vaccines are, what the pros and cons are, and that the idea of a vaccine is to imitate the disease in such a way that a child gets the protection without real-life exposure. Click for more


Weight

Weight

Dr. Wynnie Chan, a Nutritionist and best selling author (Food and Diet Counter), guides us through this program that looks at weight and obesity. Health professionals are increasingly concerned about the problem of obesity, not only because of physical problems involved, but also for emotional problems Click for more





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