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15 June 2010

Colic: is it a myth?

There are doctors who don't believe colic is real, and generations of new mothers who would disagree - see what this desperate mom found out about colic.

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Whether medical professionals choose to call it reflux or milk allergy, there is something that has a lot of newborn babies crying and twisting with discomfort until they're 3 to 6 months old – your grandmother would probably have called it colic.  A desperate mom goes to find some answers.

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(Joanne Hart, June 2010)

 
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