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What Physicians Need to Know About Infant Formula

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    Although breast milk is the ideal source of nutrition for children under 12 months, most babies receive infant formula at some point during the first year. With dozens of formulas on the market, making a choice can be confusing for parents and for physicians as well. Dr. Jatinder Bhatia, professor and chair of neonatology at the Medical College of Georgia, and a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Nutrition, lends his expert insight on choosing an infant formula. What are the latest recommendations regarding infant formulas? How should physicians decide what formula is best for a patient? Dr. Jennifer Shu hosts.

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    Although breast milk is the ideal source of nutrition for children under 12 months, most babies receive infant formula at some point during the first year. With dozens of formulas on the market, making a choice can be confusing for parents and for physicians as well. Dr. Jatinder Bhatia, professor and chair of neonatology at the Medical College of Georgia, and a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Nutrition, lends his expert insight on choosing an infant formula. What are the latest recommendations regarding infant formulas? How should physicians decide what formula is best for a patient? Dr. Jennifer Shu hosts.

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