Take two crackers and call me in the morning!: A real-life guide for surviving morning sickness

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9780961306359: Take two crackers and call me in the morning!: A real-life guide for surviving morning sickness
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This is the first and only humor book about the No. 1 complaint of pregnancy. Better than a "get well" card any day!

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The author, Miriam Erick, is a high risk maternity dietician at a major Boston teaching hospital. She cared for and interviewed over 1000 women before writing THE first book (No More Morning Sickness, 1993) on the topic. Now, she combines more practical information with 29 illustrations for this special version of "morning sickness light". Miriam Erick has been called the "nation's leading expert on morning sickness" (LA Times. 10/93). Ms. Erick's work on morning sickness has been detailed by such publications as New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe Magazine, SHAPE Magazine, Parents', Parenting, GH, LHJ, Boston Parents' Paper, USA Today and countless others. Miriam Erick was awarded the 1996 Ross Award for Women's Health by Ross Products Division (of Abbott Laboratories) and The American Dietetic Association Foundation.

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Over 50,000 women are hospitalized each YEAR in the US with severe morning sickness, while countless thousands suffer at home. Here is practical common sense advise that really works ... Much misery can be relieved by understanding the "radar nose of pregnancy" syndrome! (Or the connection between estrogen, smells, pregnancy and being sick).

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