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... the developing fetus, a womb confers safety and security to ... a womb is even necessary for normal brain development. // ... found to have a poor brain development when compared to ... done regarding brain development of babies born around 26 weeks ...
... bottle-feeding may impose an increased risk of iron deficiency ... American children) according to // a new study by ... Wisconsin. , ,"This is the first study that ... prolonged bottle-feeding and iron deficiency, among a nationally representative ...
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