Breasts: An Owner's Guide
Breasts is an informative, practical, and engaging introduction to understanding and caring for our most mythologised and objectified body part. This conversation-starting book focuses on breasts through lived experience, revealing essential things to know right now and what to expect tomorrow.
Author Dr Philippa Kaye is both your GP and your friend, who believes everyone has a right to know their body. Dr Philippa tells it like it is, translating medical jargon into simple, witty prose, answering frequently asked patient queries, and investigating what we love, fear, and most misunderstand about our mammaries.
The M Word: Everything You Need to Know About the Menopause
Menopause is the last taboo. But it does not have to mean the end of your libido, of sex, of work, or of feeling like who you used to be.
With modern treatments and evidence-based knowledge, no woman need suffer or “just about” manage. You are still who you are – let’s celebrate that. Let’s get informed and get empowered to make our own choices about our symptoms, our treatments, our minds and our bodies.
The M Word covers everything from understanding symptoms to managing relationships to which treatments really work. Discussing HRT as well as self-help and lifestyle tips, this fully updated edition of the bestselling book will be your companion through the years before, during and after the menopause.
Doctors Get Cancer Too
Published by Vie, February 2021
Dr Philippa Kaye was 39 years old when she heard those dreaded words. The diagnosis of bowel cancer would change her life and mean crossing the divide from being a doctor to being a patient. She soon discovered that her years of training and experience had not prepared her for the realities of actually living with cancer.
'Doctors Get Cancer Too' tells Dr Kaye’s moving story of being on both sides of the desk, and shares the insights she gained not only through the diagnosis and treatment but in surviving and thriving through cancer and beyond. Filled with practical advice, this book aims to make patients and their loved ones feel better understood, more prepared and less alone, and to provide solace for anyone navigating their way through hard times.
The M Word: Everything You Need to Know About the Menopause
The menopause does not have to mean the end of your libido, of sex, of work, or of feeling like who you used to be. The M Word is a complete one-stop guide to the peri-menopause and menopause, covering everything from understanding symptoms to managing relationships to which treatments really work. Discussing HRT as well as self-help and lifestyle tips, this book will be your companion through the years before, during and after the menopause.
Topics covered include:
Hot flushes and other physical symptoms
Sex, libido and contraception
HRT and other treatments
Health after the menopause
And much more!
Written in a positive, uplifting and light-hearted style, with plenty of quotes from real women, this book shows you how to not just survive, but thrive through the menopause, letting you remain you.
The First Five Years – Dr Philippa Kaye, White Ladder Press
Why do toddlers throw food on the floor again and again so that they can watch you pick it up?
What's the best way to help a child learn to walk?
When does a child understand the word 'no'?
Babies and toddlers are fascinating and changing all the time. Each month brings with it a breakthrough in new skills and abilities. Each chapter explores the developmental areas for each age band, checklists for development and ways to stimulate these skills. There are suggested activities for each topic as well as strategies to deal with common difficult questions, behaviours and concerns.
Baby & Child Health: Everything you need to know – Dr Philippa Kaye
Dorling Kindersley, March 2012
Some new parents feel daunted by huge baby and childcare tomes. Baby & Child Health: Everything You Need to Know delivers just the right amount of information in crystal-clear detail; how to recognise, diagnose and treat over 150 ailments that can affect children from birth to 10 years.
Clear photographs and step-by-step practical instructions show you first aid and ways to alleviate symptoms and symptom charts with "yes/no" answers make it easy for you to find out what might be wrong and when to seek medical help. Plus, a useful guide to what you should be keeping in the medicine cabinet.
Pregnancy Week by Week – Dr Philippa Kaye, Vermilion
Your Pregnancy Week by Week tells you everything you need to know about your pregnancy. On a week-by-week basis, you can learn how your baby is developing, how and why your body is changing and what you can do to ensure a smooth and comfortable pregnancy, every step of the way.
With clear, authoritative advice that demystifies complex medical jargon, this indispensable guide takes you through each stage of pregnancy, addressing common concerns and questions to ensure a healthy start for your baby.
Coping with Diabetes in Childhood and Adolescence
Dr Philippa Kaye, Sheldon Press Feb 2008
Diabetes is one of the commonest chronic conditions of childhood, and is on the increase. This book aims to help families through the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes and is aimed at parents, and teenagers who want to know more about their condition.
The Fertility Handbook - Dr Philippa Kaye
Sheldon Press Sep 2007
Infertility affects 15 percent of couples trying for their first baby. The aim of this book is to explain the causes, tests and treatments for infertility, and to give couples a clear understanding of the processes that they will go through, covering topics such as conception, causes of infertility, when to ask for help, tests and treatments and the psychological aspects of infertility treatment.Infertility affects 15 percent of couples trying for their first baby. The aim of this book is to explain the causes, tests and treatments for infertility, and to give couples a clear understanding of the processes that they will go through, covering topics such as conception, causes of infertility, when to ask for help, tests and treatments and the psychological aspects of infertility treatment.