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The Only Preventative Infant Care Book that Parents Need to Read
Dr. Paul Roumeliotis reveals the new “Science of TLC” and how it can affect future generations
“The first 18 months of a baby’s life is crucial for their brain development. There are ideal conditions for babies to live and grow in. My book examines how to positively shape their experiences by helping parents create a tender, loving, and caring environment. Unless this is done, there can be long term negative consequences for that child,” says Roumeliotis.
There have been books on the market discussing baby and child health, but none has taken the approach of analyzing how positive and negative early childhood experiences have lasting effects on a baby’s health. Using the latest science of child development, neurobiology, and epigenetics, Dr. Paul describes in very simple terms steps parents can take to set the foundation for long term health.
“Regardless of your home, family situation or environment, it does not cost anything to respond to, nurture, caress, and give your baby as much attention as you can. TLC promotes normal (even optimal) brain development, which later in life means overall wellness and success,” says Dr. Paul.
For more information about Dr. Paul and his new book visit http://drpaul.com/
Baby Comes Home is “Groundbreaking...a valuable resource for doctors, psychiatrists, paramedics and parents around the world, and to be used by organizations to further global initiatives relating to pediatric health on the international stage, the main specialized bodies of the United Nations, UNICEF and WHO in particular.” Dr. Waheed Waheedullah, UN Ambassador and Winner of the Mother Teresa Peace Prize.
To book an interview or request a review copy of Baby Comes Home
contact Rachel Sentes, Publicist