Dr Miriam Stoppard's child immunisation advice - video feature

PUBLISHED: 11:17 27 August 2010 | UPDATED: 10:30 21 February 2013

Advice to parents on how to cope and what to do when your baby has its immunisation jabs.

Dr. Miriam Stoppard has been at the forefront of the revolution in health information since she began her writing and broadcasting career in the early 1970s. Since that time she has become well-known to millions all over the world as a leading authority on parenting, child care, womens health, and many other crucial health issues.

In this video, Dr Miriam addresses child immunisation. Its normal and natural to feel anxious about immunisation as after all, no-one likes to see their child in pain. However, the most important thing to remember is that immunisation only takes a moment, whereas the protection it gives your child lasts for years. In this video Dr Miriam Stoppard gives valuable advice to parents whose babies are about to go through the process.

Dr Miriam covers areas such as guilt and anxiety, stopping your child becoming fractious, and how to act in the consulting room. She also talks about how to act once the injections have been carried out and what to look out for.


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