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Health & Baby

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  1. Baby's Weight Gain Tied to Later Obesity

    March 30, 2009 -- Babies who gain weight quickly in the first six months of life may be more likely to be obese by age 3, according to a new study. "There is increasing evidence that rapid changes in weight during infancy increase children's risk of later obesity," says researcher Elsie Taveras, MD,

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  2. Fall Risk Prompts High Chair Recall

    March 25, 2009 -- Fisher-Price is recalling about 24,000 of its 3-in-1 High Chair to Boosters, which convert from a high chair to a toddler booster seat, because of a fall risk. The seat can fall backward from the high chair frame if the booster-seat release is unlatched while the child is in the pr

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  3. Report: Toxins Common in Baby Products

    March 12, 2009 -- You aren’t likely to see the chemicals formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane listed on the labels of baby bath products, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t there, a consumer group is warning. More than half of children’s bath soaps, shampoos, lotions, and other personal care products tested

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  4. Baby Bottle Makers Ditch BPA

    March 6, 2009 -- The top six makers of baby bottles in the U.S. have agreed to stop using the polycarbonate plastic chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in their bottles. Connecticut's Attorney General Richard Blumenthal announced that news yesterday. The six bottle makers who agreed to stop using BPA are Ave

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  5. RSV: Winter Virus Common Cause of Illness

    Feb. 4, 2009 -- More than 2 million young children require medical treatment for respiratory syncytial virus every year, yet most never receive a confirmed diagnosis, new research shows. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) can cause infection in people of all ages, but young infants and children are e

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  6. Bisphenol A May Linger in Body

    Jan. 28, 2009 -- The plastics chemical bisphenol A (BPA) doesn't leave the body as easily as previously thought, a new study suggests. BPA is everywhere: in PVC pipe, in polycarbonate drink containers, in the plastic that lines food and soft-drink cans, and even in dental sealants. It's also in our

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  7. Infant Suffocation Deaths Are Rising

    Jan. 26, 2009 -- Rates of infant mortality due to accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed have quadrupled since 1984, a new study shows. In the same period, rates of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) declined, while sudden unexpected infant deaths remained stagnant, shows the study, publis

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  8. Kawasaki Disease: No Link to Travolta Death

    Jan. 5, 2009 -- Jett Travolta's childhood brush with Kawasaki disease is highly unlikely to have caused the seizures that may have led to his death, a Kawasaki expert tells WebMD. Jett Travolta, the 16-year-old son of actors John Travolta and Kelly Preston, died on Jan. 2. The teen, known to have su

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  9. Breastfeeding Helps Moms Lose Weight

    Dec. 8, 2008 -- Breastfeeding may help new mothers shed the baby weight. A new study examines the relationship between breastfeeding and postpartum weight retention. The study, which looked at data for more than 25,000 women participating in the Danish National Birth Cohort, measured how long women

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  10. FAQ: Melamine in U.S. Baby Formula

    Nov. 26, 2008 -- Tiny "trace" amounts of potentially toxic melamine reportedly detected in U.S.-made infant formula pose little if any risk to kids, experts tell WebMD. Just before Thanksgiving, the Associated Press reported that the FDA had been testing U.S.-made baby formula for melamine. On the F

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