External Resources – Children’s Health
The following websites have amazing resources for children’s health issues. Click on the links below to be redirected to these websites:
A vast range of parent fact sheets, in non-medical terms, on both common and complex paediatric conditions (ie, ‘birthmarks’ to ‘Berlin Heart’)
An amazing website, with resources for common paediatric issues, categorised by condition (sleep, eating, behaviour etc.) and by age (newborn, baby, toddler, child etc.)
Funded by the State Government of Victoria – incredibly comprehensive – if you don’t find your question in the sites above, try this one. Listed by condition (ie, under ‘A’ you’ll find ‘anaphylaxis’, ‘anthrax’, ‘arthritis’ etc.)
Parenting and Child Health information – like the Raising Children Website, with excellent advice for practical and common conditions, listed by name. (eg ‘being a dad’, ‘peer pressure’, ‘separation anxiety’)
A bit more high tech – perfect if your child has a diagnosis and needs to go to a larger hospital, helping to demystify procedures and disease processes.
One Step at a Time – a brilliant step-by-step toilet training booklet from CFA, for if you’re stuck with toilet training.
Articles on all facets of raising a child – just what you needed…
Australian information for management of animal bites, insect bites, sea creature bites, snake bites, spider bites, and management of stinging plants
Great resources for parents and kids, including the Asthma Buddy app for Asthma plans.
Lots of great asthma resources, including a fantastic asthma treatment reference chart.
None of these? You think your question is too specific? Then check out this site:
External Resources – IVF for Men
The following websites have helpful information in relation to IVF for Men. Click on the links below to be redirected to these websites:
An introduction to IVF, a nuts and bolts guide from Jacob Franek about IVF for men.
A really simple set of answers to common questions from men, from the great team at Ballarat IVF.
All you ever wanted to know about the technical aspects of the fertility test.
A simple list of steps to improve your chances of IVF Success, from exercise to dietary advice.
From loss of masculinity to loss of control, this is an interesting viewpoint on IVF for men.
A five step calculator that reviews your history and predicts fertility from IVF Australia.
A personal story from Christopher Scanlen about his experience of IVF as a man.
For more information about my book, on IVF for men and women, click here.
My Fact Sheets – of which there are quite a few – when I get a spare second… * **
* Does not constitute medical advice.
** Although, given there’s nothing here yet, I guess it can if you want.