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formula feeding


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formula feeding

formula feeding

formula feeding

formula feeding

Formula and complementary feeding

Formula and complementary feeding

Comparison of ingredient usage and formula costs in poultry feeds using different amino acid digestibility databases

Lutein Is Differentially Deposited across Brain Regions following Formula or Breast Feeding of Infant Rhesus Macaques

Response to Otieno et al.: HIV-1 Disease Progression in Breast-Feeding and Formula-Feeding Mothers

HIV‐1 Disease Progression in Breast‐Feeding and Formula‐Feeding Mothers: A Prospective 2‐Year Comparison of T Cell Subsets, HIV‐1 RNA Levels, and Mortality

Infant feeding with soy formula milk: effects on puberty progression, reproductive function and testicular cell numbers in marmoset monkeys in adulthood

Infant feeding with soy formula milk: effects on the testis and on blood testosterone levels in marmoset monkeys during the period of neonatal testicular activity

Evidence Behind the WHO Guidelines: Hospital Care for Children: What are the Risks of Formula Feeding in Children of HIV-infected Mothers?

Infant Formula Feeding Increases Hepatic Cholesterol 7α Hydroxylase (CYP7A1) Expression and Fecal Bile Acid Loss in Neonatal Piglets

The protective effect of breast feeding in relation to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS): II. The effect of human milk and infant formula preparations on binding of Clostridium perfringens to epithelial cells

The protective effect of breast feeding in relation to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS): I. The effect of human milk and infant formula preparations on binding of toxigenic Staphylococcus aureus to epithelial cells

 

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Infant feeding by means of substitutes for human breast milk that are made up according to a formula that mimics as closely as possible the composition of breast milk. In many developing countries, the use of unsafe water to prepare the formula and dilution of the formula because it costs more than the family budget allows can have disastrous consequences, revealed in many studies sponsored by UNICEF and the WHO. Manufacturers of infant formulas reluctantly accepted an international convention on advertising and promotion of infant formula but continue to promote their products in ways that many consider to be unethical.

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