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Q: Feeding Aversions in Babies ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Feeding Aversions in Babies
Category: Health > Children
Asked by: alnath-ga
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Posted: 09 Nov 2006 08:28 PST
Expires: 09 Dec 2006 08:28 PST
Question ID: 781355
Can anyone find a statistic or qualified estimate of how many babies
(either in the U.S. or in the world) have feeding aversions? If you
can't find a statistic specifically for babies, one for children will

Request for Question Clarification by kriswrite-ga on 13 Nov 2006 11:16 PST
Can anyone find anything similar, even, to what I'm asking?

Request for Question Clarification by kriswrite-ga on 13 Nov 2006 11:18 PST
Pardon the typo. Not enough tea yet this morning. I meant to ask, if
statistics that relate to failure to thrive (which includes a type of
feeding aversion) would suit your purpose.


Clarification of Question by alnath-ga on 13 Nov 2006 11:33 PST
I have a failure to thrive stat already. I really need some kind of
stat on eating aversions, which can include all sorts of things, from
psychological to aversions caused by feeding tubes.

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