Pediatric Points

Roy-Bornstein, Carolyn
March 2009
Pediatrics for Parents;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 25 Issue 3/4, p11
The article presents a result of various studies related to medicine. It was found that Gardasil, a new vaccine against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) was found to be 100% effective to young women proven by cervical cultures not to be infected with HPV. On the other hand, a study reveals that babies enrolled in child care was about 40% less likely to be breastfed and more likely to have unfavorable feeding practices than babies cared for by their parents.


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