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Babies Spitting Up—Normal in Most Cases

Print and share (PDF 89 K) Anyone who’s ever taken care of an infant knows that babies spit up. And spit up. And then spit up again. It’s easy to understand why some parents and other caretakers are concerned. Is th...
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FDA Continues to Caution Dog Owners About Chicken Jerky Products-Waggin Train Responds

I have been purchasing the Wagon Train strips at Costco for my dog for a number of years. I realized they were too hard and had sharp edges and would be dangerous to feed my 14 pound dog this way, so I decided to soften them up...
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FDA Works to Reduce Risk of Opioid Pain Relievers

People who suffer chronic pain face a good news/bad news situation in choosing a treatment. There are powerful medicines called opioids that can help manage pain when prescribed for the right condition and when used properly. B...
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The Straight Poop on Kids and Diarrhea

iarrhea is never a good thing, but for an infant or toddler, it can be very bad—even life-threatening. If the bout of loose, watery stools lasts more than a day, young children run the risk of dehydration—the loss of essent...
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