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25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Part 3 of 3

25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic – Part 3 of 3 But, not everyone’s convinced that anything should be added to infant technique just yet. “This was an interesting, intriguing study, but it’s not definitive,” said Dr Peter … Continue reading

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25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Part 2 of 3

25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic – Part 2 of 3 Little is known about what causes colic, and the only definitive cure for colic is time. The undue crying usually stops at around 4 months of age, … Continue reading

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25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Part 1 of 3

25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic – Part 1 of 3 25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Colic is a proletarian problem for babies, and new research may finally provide clues to its cause: A flat … Continue reading

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25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Part 3 of 3

25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic – Part 3 of 3 But, not everyone’s convinced that anything should be added to infant procedure just yet. “This was an interesting, intriguing study, but it’s not definitive,” said Dr Peter … Continue reading

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25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Part 2 of 3

25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic – Part 2 of 3 Little is known about what causes colic, and the only definitive cure for colic is time. The superfluous crying usually stops at around 4 months of age, … Continue reading

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25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Part 1 of 3

25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic – Part 1 of 3 25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Colic is a standard problem for babies, and new research may finally provide clues to its cause: A matter-of-fact … Continue reading

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25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic. Part 3 of 3

25 Percent Of Infants Suffer From Intestinal Colic – Part 3 of 3 But, not everyone’s convinced that anything should be added to infant rubric just yet. “This was an interesting, intriguing study, but it’s not definitive,” said Dr Peter … Continue reading

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