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Colic (cont.)

Colic Prevention

Studies have demonstrated that breastfed children are less likely to experience colic, and if they are affected, their symptoms seem to be less intense and of shorter duration. No other proactive approach has been demonstrated.

Medically reviewed by Margaret Walsh, MD; American Board of Pediatrics

REFERENCES:

Fireman, Lee. "Colic." Pediatrics in Review 27.9 Sept. 2006: 357-358.

Karp, Harvey. The Happiest Baby on the Block. New York: Bantam, May 2003.

Rosen, Lawrence D., et al. "Complementary, Holistic and Integrative Medicine: Colic." Pediatrics in Review 28.10 Oct. 2007: 381-385.


Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/22/2014



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