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  • Infants Sensitive to Peanuts May Not Be Allergic to It
    Infants Sensitive to Peanuts May Not Be Allergic to It

    Infants who are peanut-sensitised or have peanut allergy are not necessarily allergic, suggests a new study.

  • Is Your Infant Allergic to Cow's Milk? Probiotics May Help
    Is Your Infant Allergic to Cow's Milk? Probiotics May Help

    Infants treated with the LGG probiotic formula who developed tolerance to cow's milk had higher levels of bacteria that produce butyrate than those who were fed the probiotic formula but did not develop tolerance.

  • Infant Rice Cereal has Inorganic Arsenic. the FDA Wants to Limit it.
    Infant Rice Cereal has Inorganic Arsenic. the FDA Wants to Limit it.

    The Food and Drug Administration on Friday proposed new limits for inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal, an effort to reduce the leading source of arsenic exposure for babies.

  • Hearing Test May Identify Infants With Autism Risk
    Hearing Test May Identify Infants With Autism Risk

    A non-invasive and inexpensive hearing test may help physicians identify infants with autism risk as researches have discovered that an inner ear deficiency may impact speech recognition ability of children with the disorder.

  • Giving Babies Eggs and Nuts Early May Avert Allergies
    Giving Babies Eggs and Nuts Early May Avert Allergies

    Infants who get a taste of eggs and peanuts starting when theyre as young as 4 months old may have a lower risk of developing allergies to those foods than babies who try them later, ...

  • Some Babies May Need Allergy Tests Before Trying Peanuts
    Some Babies May Need Allergy Tests Before Trying Peanuts

    Most of the time, parents can safely feed peanuts to babies on their own, but infants with a history of allergies should still get a checkup first, a research review confirms.

  • Can Breastfeeding Reduce a Baby's Pain During Vaccinations?
    Can Breastfeeding Reduce a Baby's Pain During Vaccinations?

    Infants who nurse during vaccinations may cry less and feel less pain than babies who are soothed in other ways, a research review suggests.

  • Baby Food Industry Violated Laws on Breast Milk Substitute
    Baby Food Industry Violated Laws on Breast Milk Substitute

    The baby food industry has violated the Infant Milk Substitutes Act (IMS) that bans promotion of breast-milk substitutes at least 54 times between 2008 and 2016, according to an industry watchdog.

  • Infants Who Are Fed Solid Foods Early May Be Prone To Health Risks In Future; Says A Study
    Infants Who Are Fed Solid Foods Early May Be Prone To Health Risks In Future; Says A Study

    The latest research carried out by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health discovered that infants who started having solid foods early on showed changes in the levels of gut bacteria and bacterial byproducts.

  • How to Protect Your Child From Obesity
    How to Protect Your Child From Obesity

    The first few years in a child's life play a huge role in determining how healthy, unhealthy or obese he/she will be in the future. This makes it crucial that infants be fed with the ...

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