Bottle feeding associated with increased risk of stomach obstruction in infants

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Bottle feeding appears to increase the risk infants will develop hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (HPS), a form of stomach obstruction, and that risk seems to be magnified when mothers are older and have had more than one child, according to a study published by JAMA Pediatrics.

Bottle feeding associated with increased risk of stomach obstruction in infants

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CDC says fluoride has no evidence of benefit for infants

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Other Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

More fraudulent and fake science from IOM (Institute Of Medicine), a shill lobby for Big Pharma death merchants, to push sick care and use of more harmful drugs.

~ Uncle Russ

 In a letter to California senator Barbara Boxer the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) director Thomas Frieden responded to questions about fluoride and infants.

CDC says fluoride has no evidence of benefit for infants

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X-Rays and Unshielded Infants

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health
ByRuss Bianchi

It was well after midnight when Dr. Salvatore J. A. Sclafani finally hit the “send” button.

X-Rays and Unshielded Infants

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Medication dosing errors for infants and children

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

Preparing small doses of medication from syringes may be inaccurate and can result in crucial dosing errors for infants and children, according to a study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).

Medication dosing errors for infants and children

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Study Shows Pregnant Mother’s Diet Impacts Infant’s Sense of Smell

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Diet, Pregnancy
ByRuss Bianchi

Source:Nutrition Horizon

Sector:General Company & Ingredient Information

Summary:Researchers studying mice found that the pups’ sense of smell is changed by what their mothers eat, teaching them to like the flavors in her diet. At the same time, they found significant changes in the structure of the brain’s olfactory glomeruli.

Study Shows Pregnant Mother’s Diet Impacts Infant’s Sense of Smell

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Soda companies pushed pop as beneficial beverage for infants

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Beverages
ByRuss Bianchi

For over a hundred years, soda companies been selling products with ingredients that we now know are linked to diabetes, obesity, gout and kidney stones. Those are some of the effects of the High Fructose Corn Syrup and phosphoric acid found in conventional sodas, and we haven’t even mentioned the health problems caused by aspartame.

Soda companies pushed pop as beneficial beverage for infants

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Probiotics may protect infants from respiratory illness

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Mother’s milk is ALWAYS best.

Avoid vaccines and booster for infants and children in general.

Argumentation probiotics should be used, FAILS to promote the proven concept since humanity has been around that Mother’s Milk was correctly designed to sustain and promote life, growth, health, strong immunity, and wellness.

It has been widely reported Zija® is an excellent nutritional supplement for pregnant and nursing mothers, for replacement of nutrients stripped from the modern food and beverage chain.

~ Uncle Russ

Daily supplements of a probiotic may reduce the incidence of respiratory illness for infants during their first eight months of life, says a new study.

Probiotics may protect infants from respiratory illness

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More Infants Should Receive Iron Supplements, Researchers Urge

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Nutrition Supplementation
ByRuss Bianchi

GOT ZIJA®?!

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Sep. 6, 2010) — Giving iron supplements to children with marginally low birth weights (2000-2500 grams) dramatically reduces the risk of developing iron deficiency and anemia. This is shown by Umeå researcher Magnus Domellöf and associates in the coming edition of the pediatric scientific journal Pediatrics.

More Infants Should Receive Iron Supplements, Researchers Urge

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Breast Milk Sugars Give Infants a Protective Coat

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health
ByRuss Bianchi

GOT MOM’S MILK?!…and Zija®?!

~ Uncle Russ

A large part of human milk cannot be digested by babies and seems to have a purpose quite different from infant nutrition — that of influencing the composition of the bacteria in the infant’s gut.

Breast Milk Sugars Give Infants a Protective Coat

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Why Would Moms Not Want to Breastfeed?

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health
ByRuss Bianchi

A clearly placed false and pr spin piece by the formula companies.

Breast feeding is strongly recommended for up to 2 years by the World Health Organization and is the BEST source of nutrition and immunity building for infants.

Breast feeding is the PRIMARY source as designed to feed infants!?

After mother’s milk, then pumped and stored mother’s milk, follow by bonded wet nurse milk, followed by raw fresh cow’s or goat’s milk.

Formula is a LAST resort, and avoid chemical and bad for infant brands, offering free diaper bags and branding brainwashing in maturity wards, with heavy coupon campaigns as well as slick marketing in women’s, mother’s and baby magazines, with fraudulent articles like the once attached.

~ Uncle Russ

Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen’s recent comments that all women should be required by law to breastfeed have sparked a heated debate about the benefits of breastfeeding newborns over using formula.

Why Would Moms Not Want to Breastfeed?

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Infants Ingest Nearly 80 Times Safe Level of Dioxin

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Toxins, Pollution, Contaminants, Chemicals, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

The Environmental Protection Agency is holding public hearings today to review a proposed safe exposure limit for dioxin, a known carcinogen and endocrine disruptor produced as a common industrial byproduct. It’s all but impossible to avoid exposure to dioxin.

Infants Ingest Nearly 80 Times Safe Level of Dioxin

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Up to 95 percent of infants are vitamin D deficient but only 1 percent get vitamin D supplements

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Vitamins
ByRuss Bianchi

I Told You So!

Also, GOT ZIJA®?!

~ Uncle Russ

(NaturalNews) Two studies published in the journal Pediatrics highlight that although vitamin D deficiency is widespread among infants in the United States, most pediatricians remain unaware of the problem.

Up to 95 percent of infants are vitamin D deficient but only 1 percent get vitamin D supplements

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Many HIV-Exposed Infants in African Countries Not Receiving Medication to Help Prevent HIV

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Drugs and Drug Companies, Other Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

ScienceDaily (July 27, 2010) — Only about half of infants born to HIV-infected mothers in some African countries receive a minimum preventive dose of the drug nevirapine to help reduce the risk of mother-to-child HIV transmission, according to a study in the July 21 issue of JAMA, a theme issue on HIV/AIDS.

Many HIV-Exposed Infants in African Countries Not Receiving Medication to Help Prevent HIV

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Pre-Crime? Try Pre-Diagnose and Pre-Drug: Psychiatrists target infants as mental patients

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Brain/Mental Health
ByRuss Bianchi

A new study, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry and headed by psychiatrist John H. Gilmore, professor of psychiatry and Director of the UNC Schizophrenia Research, claims to be able to detect “brain abnormalities associated with schizophrenia risk”  in infants just a few weeks old. 

Pre-Crime? Try Pre-Diagnose and Pre-Drug: Psychiatrists target infants as mental patients

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New Study Shows Infants Fed Formula with DHA and ARA Demonstrate Positive Long-Term Immune Outcomes

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Immune system
ByRuss Bianchi

Mother’s milk is always BEST.  Mother’s milk has NEVER been improved on.  Avoid Enfamil and Similac like the plague.

~ Uncle Russ

Date:31 May 2010

Type:Nutrition & Health News

Source:Nutrition Horizon

Sector:Dairy & Dairy Ingredients

Summary:Results of the study revealed infants fed the supplemented formula experienced improved immune health relative to the infants fed the unsupplemented formula.

New Study Shows Infants Fed Formula with DHA and ARA Demonstrate Positive Long-Term Immune Outcomes

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Psychiatric Drugging of Infants and Toddlers in the US – Part II

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

Any booster or vaccine administered to an infant after age 1 is totally unnecessary and potential life threatening.

~ Uncle Russ

(NaturalNews) Of all the harmful actions of modern psychiatry, “the mass diagnosing and drugging of children is the most appalling with the most serious consequences for the future of individual lives and for society,” warns the world-renowned expert, Dr Peter Breggin, often referred to as the “Conscience of Psychiatry.”

Psychiatric Drugging of Infants and Toddlers in the US – Part II

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Obesity in Infants Can Be Diagnosed at 6 Months, Study Shows

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Weight Health
ByRuss Bianchi

“All infants must be breast fed for 2 years at a minimum.”  World Health Organization

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Apr. 7, 2010) — Obesity can be detected in infants as young as 6 months, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

Obesity in Infants Can Be Diagnosed at 6 Months, Study Shows

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It’s the Thought That Counts: Helping Behavior in Infants May Be Determined by Previous Interactions

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health
ByRuss Bianchi

We are here ultimately to serve each other, all else is secondary.  Love conquers all.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Mar. 24, 2010) — We are usually eager to assist people who have helped us in the past. These reciprocal relationships are an important part of adult interactions and foster cooperation in society. New findings, reported in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, suggest that this reciprocal behavior may have early beginnings and can be demonstrated in children as young as 21-months-old.

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It’s the Thought That Counts: Helping Behavior in Infants May Be Determined by Previous Interactions

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How Soon is Too Soon for Infants to Start Drinking Soda?

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, HFCS & Sugars
ByRuss Bianchi

Soda & Big Pharma, a marriage made in HELL…

~ Uncle Russ

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) If you really want to give your baby a head start in life by improving their social standing and guaranteeing their happiness, start feeding them Coca-Cola, Pepsi and other sugary carbonated beverages at the earliest age possible. Even babies as young as a few months old will enjoy the many benefits of soda pop.

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How Soon is Too Soon for Infants to Start Drinking Soda?

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Study urges vitamin D supplement for infants

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Vitamins
ByRuss Bianchi

Vitamin D-3 is CRITICAL to good health.

 Zija has a significant amount of D-3 per serving.

~ Uncle Russ

By Liz Szabo, USA TODAY

Most babies should take a daily vitamin D supplement, a new study shows.

That will be a big change for most parents — and even many pediatricians.

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Study urges vitamin D supplement for infants

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Infants Do Not Appear to Learn Words from Educational DVDs

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Infants grown and learn through good nutrition, family, and love, not DVD’s, CD’s and video nonsense.

 Zija provides excellent nutrition supplementation for infants and toddlers, as well as children.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Mar. 6, 2010) — Among 12- to 24-month old children who view educational baby videos, there does not appear to be evidence that overall general language learning improves or that words featured in the programming are learned, according to a report posted online that will appear in the May print issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.

JAMA and Archives Journals. “Infants Do Not Appear to Learn Words from Educational DVDs.” ScienceDaily 6 March 2010.

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Infants Do Not Appear to Learn Words from Educational DVDs

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Introducing Infants to Solid Foods Later May Reduce Obesity Risk

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Food and More, Weight Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Imagine that, breast milk is best for infants?!  Has been since the species was around…stick that in your diaper bags Similac and Enfamil.

~ Uncle Russ

As a mother, one of the best things you can do for your baby is to breastfeed. We know that breastfeeding is a safe, time-proven feeding method that helps infants to have a healthful start in life. Breast milk is easily digested by a newborn’s immature system and naturally contains many of the vitamins and minerals a baby needs. Breast milk also contains antibodies that can protect against some common childhood illnesses and infections. The World Health Organization (WHO) currently recommends that babies be breastfed exclusively for the first six months, but studies show that children who are breastfed for longer reap lasting benefits.

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Introducing Infants to Solid Foods Later May Reduce Obesity Risk

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