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Concerns About Breast Milk: Valid or Not?

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    Although breast milk is widely considered to be the best nutrition for infants, research tells us that breastfed babies may be at elevated risk for vitamin D deficiency, anemia, and tooth decay. What other health considerations may be associated with breastfeeding? Can we definitively say that breast milk is still the best option for infants? Dr. Lori Feldman-Winter, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, division head of adolescent medicine at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, N.J., and an Executive Committee member of the American Academy of Pediatrics section on breastfeeding, shares her expertise with host Dr. Jennifer Shu.

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    Although breast milk is widely considered to be the best nutrition for infants, research tells us that breastfed babies may be at elevated risk for vitamin D deficiency, anemia, and tooth decay. What other health considerations may be associated with breastfeeding? Can we definitively say that breast milk is still the best option for infants? Dr. Lori Feldman-Winter, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, division head of adolescent medicine at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, N.J., and an Executive Committee member of the American Academy of Pediatrics section on breastfeeding, shares her expertise with host Dr. Jennifer Shu.

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