- Motion Sickness18:17Paper Chase #1 Probiotics and AGE8:50Eating Disorders Part One18:24Paper Chase #2 | Pacifier Use and Obesity5:10Eating Disorders Part Two16:12The Flint Lead Crisis and Patient AdvocacyFree Chapter20:42Paper Chase #3 | School Peanut Policies and Use of Epi6:58MOCA minute: Immunodeficiencies23:47Heart Murmurs24:41Paper Chase #4 | Classic Paperchase - Foreign Body Ingestions10:33Ankle and Foot Pain24:41Paper Chase #5 | Exclusive Breastfeeding & risk of hospitalization in 1st month8:48The Summary8:01
Paper Chase #5 | Exclusive Breastfeeding & risk of hospitalization in 1st month
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Breastfed newborns are about twice as likely to be hospitalized for hyperbilirubinemia and dehydration than babies who are bottle fed.