Reviewed by Renee
Alli, MD on
February 25, 2019
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CDC: "Breastfeeding Report Card, United States/2013."
Family Doctor: "Infant Formula."
Healthy Children: "Formula Form and Function: Powders, Concentrates, and Ready-to-Feed," "Introducing the Bottle," "Burping, Hiccups, and Spitting Up," "Bottle Feeding Basics," "Choosing a Formula," "Why Formula Instead of Cow's Milk?" "Practical Bottle Feeding Tips."
Mojave County WIC: "Infant Feeding Myths."
Nemours Foundation: "Breastfeeding vs. Formula Feeding," "Formula Feeding FAQs: Preparation and Storage."
Palo Alto Medical Foundation: "When Your Baby Refuses to Bottle-Feed," "Basics of Formula Feeding."
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital: "Mixing powdered formula."
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