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Baby and Toddler Sleep Solutions For Dummies®
by Arthur Lavin, MD, Susan Glaser, MA

Understand the sleep effects of life changes, prematurity, and health issues

Find your way to your family’s best sleep solutions!

Do you wonder whether you’ll ever sleep through the night again? Relax! This reassuring guide provides the essential information you need to help your kids to go to sleep — and stay asleep — all night long, whatever their age or stage of development. So cheer up — a good night’s sleep is just pages away!

* Foster healthy sleep patterns for life
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Tailor your approach to your child’s personality
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Establish bedtime rules in a nurturing way
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Handle snoring, night terrors, bedwetting, and other distressing issues


SIDS Sudden infant and early childhood death
by Jhodie R. Duncan, Roger W. Byard

This volume covers aspects of sudden infant and early childhood death, ranging from issues with parental grief, to the most recent theories of brainstem neurotransmitters. It also deals with the changes that have occurred over time with the definitions of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), SUDI (sudden unexpected death in infancy) and SUDIC (sudden unexpected death in childhood). 

The text will be indispensable for SIDS researchers, SIDS organisations, paediatric pathologists, forensic pathologists, paediatricians and families, in addition to residents in training programs that involve paediatrics. It will also be of use to other physicians, lawyers and law enforcement officials who deal with these cases, and should be a useful addition to all medical examiner/forensic, paediatric and pathology departments, hospital and university libraries on a global scale. Given the marked changes that have occurred in the epidemiology and understanding of SIDS and sudden death in the very young over the past decade, a text such as this is very timely and is also urgently needed.


Sleep Disorders For Dummies
by Max Hirshkowitz, Patricia B. Smith

When the last dinner dishes have been put away and the evening news is over, most of us think about going to bed. But for the millions who suffer from a chronic sleep disorder, going to bed doesn’t necessarily mean going to sleep. And for millions more who experience occasional sleep disturbances, nighttime might not be such a picnic, either.

Now there’s an easy-to-follow guide to help you get a good night’s rest.  Sleep Disorders For Dummies is for anyone who has trouble sleeping—or has a loved one who suffers from a sleep disorder. Written by a sleep specialist and a medical reporter, this no-nonsense guide helps you:

  • Prevent and manage sleep disorders
  • Improve your sleep habits
  • Find relief from your symptoms
  • Ask your doctor the right questions
  • Enhance the quality of sleep

This fact-packed guide walks you through the different types of sleep disorders, includin g sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, and restless legs syndrome. You’ll discover the causes and symptoms of each disorder, the various medical conditions that can disrupt sleep, and the most common treatments. Plus, you’ll see how to use good nutrition and exercise to promote sounder sleep and avoid known sleep disrupters such as caffeine and problem foods. The authors also give you solid, reassuring advice on:

  • Finding the right doctor to diagnose and treat your sleep disorder
  • Managing stress and anxiety
  • Turning your bedroom into a sleep sanctuary
  • Choosing between the different types of sleep clinics
  • Handling sleep disorders in children

Featuring savvy tips on preventing jet lag, sleeping well if you work the night shift, and getting kids to bed without fuss, Sleep Disorders for Dummies will help you get your zzzzzzzzs!


Good Night, Sleep Tight
by Kim West, Joanne Kenen

Getting a young child to go to sleep and stay asleep is one of the most challenging aspects of parenting. Yet many parents resign themselves to enduring years of exhaustion. Now there is a sensible, smarter alternative, a no cry sleep method, that really works.

Kim West, know to her clients as The Sleep Lady, has developed a practical, easy to follow and effective sleep training approach that is gentle on both parent and child. The Sleep Lady Method – including a gentle, practical, step-by-step programme called The Sleep Lady Shuffle – has worked for hundreds of families. Whether you want to start to gently shape your baby’s sleep habits or address specific sleep problems, this book will give you the answers you need, the confidence to put them into action, and the good night’s sleep you all deserve!


Dad’s Guide to Pregnancy For Dummies
by Stefan Korn, Scott Lancaster, Eric Mooij

A practical, hands-on guide for all dads-to-be

Being a dad has changed so much since you were born that you’d be forgiven for feeling a bit lost! This useful guide is filled with all the info that fathers-to-be need, covering the logistical, physical and emotional aspects of your journey into parenthood. Find out how you can get involved and support your partner!

  • Get to grips with Pregnancy 101 — understand how your baby develops

  • Plan for your baby’s homecoming — discover the essential gear you need to buy (you need more than you think!)

  • Choose the right carer — decide on the best person to get you and your partner through the pregnancy and birth

  • Prepare for the big event — learn how to bea great birth partner and help your partner through labour

  • Keep your baby safe and sound — discover how to care for a newborn

  • Find support for yourself — work out who you can turn to for help

Open the book and find:

  • What to do when conception doesn’t happen

  • How to play an involved and active part in your partner’s pregnancy

  • Secrets for keeping your pregnant partner happy and healthy

  • Information on your role during labour

  • Advice on bringing your newborn home

  • Lists of essential gadgets for babies (and dads)


Pregnancy For Dummies
by Sarah Jarvis, Joanne Stone, Keith Eddleman, Mary Duenwald

In Pregnancy For DummiesDr Sarah Jarvis takes the reader through pregnancy,trimester bytrimester,following the baby’s growth and describing medical issues that might ensue.

This UK edition includes information on:

  • Getting the best care from the NHS for you and your baby
  • Welfare benefits for mothers and mums to be.
  • The newborn baby
  • Taking care of yourself after delivery
  • Choosing breast- or bottle-feeding
  • Special considerations,such as age, multiple births, complications, illness
  • New ultrasound techniques,such as 4D
  • Working while pregnant and deciding when to return
  • Considering “alternative birth”procedures
  • Selecting and using an infant car seat
  • Preparing home,family and siblings for new baby
  • Caring for a premature child

Pregnancy For Dummies
by Joanne Stone, Keith Eddleman, Mary Duenwald

Now updated–our bestselling guide to a safe and healthy pregnancy

With robust sales and its own four-part cable TV series, Pregnancy For Dummies has been a perennial favorite, giving parents-to-be authoritative, friendly, up-to-date advice on every aspect of pregnancy and childbirth. This new edition offers all of the latest information expecting parents want to know, including expanded coverage on the health and well-being of both mother and child. It takes readers through the first, second, and third trimesters, providing new and updated coverage of prenatal genetic screening and diagnosis, amniocentesis, new high-tech ultrasounds, and the revised FDA/USDA food pyramid. It also discusses the recent celebrity trend of “on-demand” cesarean sections, multiple births, what to expect in labor and delivery, postpartum care, choosing bottle or breastfeeding, preparing a home (and siblings) for a new baby, caring for preemies, and the mother’s mental as well as physical health.

“A thorough, accurate, and highly informative guide.”
Los Angeles Times


Migrating To Windows 2000 For Dummies
by Leonard Stearns

Are you a network administrator who needs to understand the nuts and bolts of migrating to Windows 2000? Are you a senior decision-maker wondering what Windows 2000 is all about? You’re both in luck, for this guide is written to give management and the technical staff a sense of the increased range of performance, functionality, and efficiency your investment in Windows 2000 can provide.

Migrating To Windows 2000 For Dummies is a handy reference to help you make the jump to Windows 2000. From planning the move to deploying network changes this book helps you discover?

  • The nuts and bolts of Windows 2000 Server
  • Valuable information on developing a comprehensive, long-range migration strategy
  • How Windows 2000 Server can coexist with UNIX platforms connected to your network
  • Details of migrating from Windows NT servers and working with NetWare servers
  • The essential components of the Windows 2000 interface, its completely redesigned directory structure, and administering group policies
  • New features included with Active Directory, Distributed File System, Microsoft Management
  • Console, and Terminal Services
  • Managing hardware resources as well as protecting software resources and workstation contents

The enclosed CD-ROM includes preview and evaluation versions of Omniquad Detective, pcAnywhere, and Password Recovery Toolkit. It also offers you shareware, including CuteFTP, Go!Zilla, Random Password Generator Pro, NeoTrace, and WebFerret 2.7 100 freeware.