Many Infants Are Not Getting Enough Vitamin D, Study Suggests

Many Infants Are Not Getting Enough Vitamin D, Study Suggests

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In a new study, many breast-feeding mothers said that they did not give vitamin D supplements daily to their infants.
10 Jan 2017 - General
Lianne Marie Victoria Laruan Madhubabu kaaja I haven't heard about the recommendation either. But this does not mean that it is not exist. A simple search online will show that the the American Academy of Pediatrics and IOM recommends Vitamin D supplementation according to the quantity of milk that is ingested by the infant(http...
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today here doctors are prescribing vitamin D from 6 months above below 6 months not prescribing that what I observed. As Theekshana Abayawickrama told that mother milk contains vitamin D so there is not need for additional. As we aware that recent news from posted byMahmoud AbdelAziz about infant death with vitamin D supplementatio...
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In normal circumstances there is no need of supplementation for both mother and infants but if mother is not getting enough vitamin D to meet the needs of both than it is better to take vitamin D supplements than weaker bones and structural deformities. Thank you Shunjie Chua , Lianne Marie Victoria Laruan and ...
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