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  1. Breastfeeding May Lower Allergy Risk

    Jan. 7, 2008 -- Exclusive breastfeeding for at least four months may help prevent asthma, eczema, and food allergies in high-risk babies, but there is little evidence that delaying the introduction of specific foods makes a difference, the nation's leading group of pediatricians now says. In a newly

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  2. Persistence Key to Kids Eating Veggies

    Dec. 3, 2007 -- Show kids the veggies, and they will eat them. That's the message of a new study showing babies as young as 4 months old will eat green beans after a few tries. Researchers found the more green beans the babies saw, the more likely they were to eat them and eventually enjoy them, eve

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  3. Babies a Good Judge of Character

    Nov. 21, 2007 -- Babies too young to talk may be old enough to tell who's helpful and who's not -- and to act on that knowledge. So say researchers at Yale University's psychology department, including graduate student J. Kiley Hamlin. "Our results suggest that infants, just like adults, are able to

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  4. Caffeine Really Helps Premature Babies

    Nov. 7, 2007 -- Caffeine, the standard treatment for breathing problems in premature infants, really does work, an international study shows. With official publication of the findings in the Nov. 7 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, obstetricians are breathing better, too. Caffeine has be

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  5. Too Many Babies Take Anti-Reflux Drugs

    Nov. 5, 2007 -- Too many babies who don't need anti-reflux drugs are being treated with them for normal spitting up and vomiting, new research suggests. When 44 infants with persistent regurgitation were evaluated for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), only eight met the accepted diagnostic cri

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  6. Breastfeeding Doesn't Make Breasts Sag

    Oct. 29, 2007 -- Breastfeeding doesn't increase breast sagging, a new study shows. "Expectant mothers should be reassured that breastfeeding does not appear to have an adverse effect upon breast appearance," report University of Kentucky plastic surgeon Brian Rinker, MD, and colleagues. They intervi

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  7. Hormone May Help Mom and Baby Bond

    Oct. 16, 2007 -- The hormone oxytocin may help pregnant women bond with their babies after giving birth, a new study shows. Here is the study's key finding: A pregnant woman's oxytocin level during the first trimester of pregnancy is linked to her bonding with her newborn. The study included 62 preg

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  8. Breastfeeding-Cavities Link Disputed

    Oct. 1, 2007 -- Breastfeeding isn’t likely to cause dental cavities or raise the risk of early childhood tooth decay, according to a new study. Researchers say some reports have linked prolonged breastfeeding with a higher risk of childhood cavities, although there is little evidence to support this

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  9. Jury Still Out on BPA/Plastics Risk

    Aug. 24, 2007 -- The jury is still out on whether there's a health risk from bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical that leaches from plastic baby bottles, food/beverage cans, and many other products. Industry uses more than 6 billion pounds of BPA every year to make the resins that line food cans and the po

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  10. Baby Talk Crosses Language Barriers

    Aug. 22, 2007 -- Baby talk may be the universal language. A new study suggests that people of different cultures recognize baby talk, even if they speak a different language. The results showed indigenous Shuar speakers who had also been taught Spanish in a remote Ecuadoran village were able to dist

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