May 2001
Working Mother;May2001, p78
Answers a question on whether a healthy child really needs to take vitamin supplements. American Academy of Pediatricians' (AAP) recommendation of vitamins only for children with a serious nutritional deficiency; Introduction of a daily multivitamin to children above twelve years old; Recommendation of calcium and folic acid for teenagers.


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