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Health & Nutrition - Spring 2014 - Vol 22, No 2 - Soy and Children Download PDF Version
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breast feeding as the first choice for optimal infant growth and development, milk formulas (MF) are the second choice, followed by soy formulas (SF) as the third choice.1 Read More
Chronic disease occurs across a continuum. The process starts long before the occurrence of clinically relevant events such as hip fractures or heart attacks. One example is the observation that osteoporosis is a pediatric disease with a geriatric outcome. Read More
The day when a baby first has solid foods, even if only a small spoonful ends up in the baby’s mouth, is an exciting one for parents. Besides excitement, many parents wonder which and when foods should be introduced. Read More

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