that healing touch

March 2005
Mothering;Mar/Apr2005, Issue 129, p25
The article focuses on the issue of child health. Holistic Pediatric Association's (HPA) new Webster offers a health professional directory with contact information for holistic practitioners and doctors. Parent forums on topics as breastfeeding, preventive care, nutrition, and whooping cough are included on the site. Children's health professionals and students can receive the benefits of a professional membership in the HPA. These include a listing in the directory, e-mail newsletters, information about seminars and conferences, summaries of studies and research reviews, patient handouts, and discounts on educational materials.


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