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February 23, 2012 | Roberta Anding

Can of soda

Most of us have heard that frequently drinking soda is not good for us. Why is that? The usual concerns are weight gain and dental caries. However, a new Danish study released in January found a new reason to be concerned about drinking too much soda.

So, what exactly did the study find?

February 22, 2012 | 1126

Many of you may have read in the media about a recent study in which contamination with arsenic was found in some samples of infant formulas as well as other foods. Families are rightfully concerned about the possible risks, especially when it comes to infant nutrition products.

February 21, 2012 | 1126

Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in children. In the United States, up to 9% of toddlers between 1 and 3 years of age, and 11% of adolescent girls have iron deficiency. Prematurity, early introduction of unmodified cow’s milk, obesity and continued bottle feeding during the second and third year of life are recognized risks for iron deficiency in young children. Poor diet and heavy menses are risks for the adolescent female.

February 20, 2012 | 1126

Last month, over 30% of Texan babies needing medical care for respiratory issues tested positive for a common seasonal virus, respiratory syncytial virus or RSV. As Dr. Matthew Wigder explained in a previous post about RSV, it’s a common seasonal virus, which infects nearly all children by the age of two.

February 16, 2012 | Dr. Steven Abrams, Neonatologist

The value of feeding human milk for virtually all infants cannot be overstated. However, the overwhelming majority of infants in the United States will receive some infant formula during the first year of life and often parents are given little objective guidance in how to make a formula choice. Parents have questions both about how to select an infant formula and how to prepare it. Let’s start in this blog post with the selection issues.