Murkoff, Heidi
October 2001
Baby Talk;Oct2001, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p18
Discusses whether breast milk is enough for newborn babies. Dangers of giving too much water to a baby; Age of babies when parents can give a few sips of water from a cup; Basis of the need of babies for fluoride supplements.


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