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Child Nutrition & Food
 Lowfat OK for Kids
  Pediatricians say that a low-fat diet is not just for the grow-ups.
 
Nature of Peanut, Tree Nut Allergies in Kids Explored in Study
  More than a quarter of the kids who are allergic to peanuts are also allergic to tree nuts, such as almonds and walnuts, according to a study by researchers at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York.
 
Study Shows Reduced Fat Diets for Kids may meet their Nutritional Needs
  Children can reduce their fat intake and still meet their nutritional needs - a good way to help protect them against the risk of future heart disease, according to a study of Pennsylvania researchers.
 
Smart Food; Study Shows Breast Fed Kids Fare Slightly Better In Academics
  The legions who advocate that mothers nurse their kids as long as possible have always argued that doing so is better for a child's health.
 
Breast To Bottle
  A common problem that can keep new moms at home much longer than they can afford, often has to do with switching baby from breast to the bottle.
 
Introducing Solid Foods
  If your six month old infant is still turning her nose up at solid food, don't panic. When babies have good head and trunk control, can sit with minimal support and can pick up objects to put in their mouths, they are showing signs they are ready to begin eating solids.
   
 
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