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The International Association of Pediatricians & Leading Physicians of the World Helps New Mothers Find Top Pediatricians in Their Area
Date:1/26/2010

With a reputation for excellence and exacting levels of care, The International Association of Pediatricians is making it easier for mothers to shop for a pediatrician in their area.

New York, NY (PRWEB) January 26, 2010 -- Besides morning sickness, pregnancy is full of anticipation, and important decisions all leading up to a baby's arrival. How to change a diaper, what to feed them, finding a daycare, the list goes on. Some things are best learned over time and others through experience. But finding a doctor for a child is a pivotal decision with no room for error. The International Association of Pediatricians is changing the way parents go about this search, and equipping them with a wealth of useful information.

The IAP has selected top pediatricians in all major markets to be published in "The Leading Physicians of the World." This renowned publication will be showcasing the professional biographies of the finest doctors chosen for their education, training, medical techniques, and consumer ratings. By choosing a Leading Physician of the World, parents are guaranteed the most reputable doctors in each specialty, and can feel safe putting their family in the best hands.

Friendly referrals and phonebook advertisements are a thing of the past. When it comes to the health of a child, pediatricians are so important, as they are responsible for prevention, early detection, and the overall growth and maintenance from newborn to teenager.

Available at bookstores, libraries, and medical institutions across the globe, the hardcover edition of The Leading Physicians of the World is also
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