Detoxing Childhood : When Sue Palmer wrote Toxic Childhood, revealing how problems of diet, education, fitness, and mental health were all interrelated, she sparked a fierce debate involving everyone from teachers and scientists to politicians and religious leaders. This important successor volume provides an essential guide to helping children steer clear of a toxic world. Palmer presents practical, easy-to-follow advice on what kids need in terms of food, play, sleep, and talk; what kinds of childcare and education are most beneficial; how families can work together; and how to turn the potentially troublesome electronic village of TV, computers, and cell phones to our advantage. With so many pressures in our daily life, this is the one-stop solution to raising healthy, happy children today.
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