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Babies shouldn’t get solid food until 6 months of age

A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found many mothers are feeding babies solid foods earlier than the recommended age of six months, according to the Cleveland Clinic. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends solid foods are introduced to infants no earlier than six months of age. “Solid foods were… [read more]

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Link Between Working Mothers and Overweight Children

A new study is creating controversy with its claim that children with working mothers are more likely to be overweight, CTV.ca reported. The results of the study indicated that for every five months a child’s mother worked away from home, there was an 10 percent higher increase in the child’s BMI compared to other children… [read more]

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Vegan 101: How to do it right

Whether you do it for health reasons or moral beliefs, there’s no doubt about it – lots of people are going vegan these days. But there are things to consider before writing off animal products completely. A vegan diet includes only plant-based foods – no eggs, dairy or animal products of any kind. Studies have… [read more]

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