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What Kind of Water Should be Used in Infant Formula?

How you prepare infant formula can affect your baby’s health. Powdered or liquid concentrate formulas cost less than ready-to-serve formulas, but they require that you add water when mixing. Formula in the powdered form is the least expensive, but you need to follow the instructions on the formula can to know much water to use. What the directions on the can do not tell you is what kind of water is safest for mixing your infant’s formula.

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Dangers of Drop Side Cribs

Are Parents Ignoring the Dangers of Drop Side Cribs? Search Data Says Yes. I learned recently that many parents are ignoring some of the most important sleep safety practices. In the United States, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of death, but since the since the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) decided…

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Deceptive Marketing in Kids’ Food Can Fool Parents Too

Studies have been out for years reflecting on the numerous amount of food advertisements that consumers are bombarded with everyday, most of which market extremely unhealthy products. More importantly, advocacy groups continue to debate the vast number of ads that are directed towards children encouraging sugary, fatty foods through enticing and clever commercials. Kids are easily swayed to choose food based on how they are packaged.