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Child feedings in less developed countries: induced breast feeding in a transitional society
(Pediatric Nutrition. Infant Feeding- Deficiencies - Diseases. F. Lifshitz, ed., Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York (1982) p. 35-53, 1982)
Breast feeding is the best promoter of growth and health of infants in traditional and transitional societies. Supplementation with semisolid and solid foods is generally required after 3-6 months in most developing ...
Breast-feeding, weaning and the diarrhoeal syndrome in a Guatemalan Indian village
(Ciba Foundation Symposium 42 (new series) published July 1976 by Elsevier/Excerpta Medica/North-Holland. pp.311-338., 1976)
Prospective studies in Mayan Indian children living in their natural setting were carried out from 1964 through 1974; observations began at birth and extended at least throughout the first three years of life. Adequate ...