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29 March 2011

No proof herbs or massage ease colic

A quick Internet search might lead parents to think there are scores of proven treatments for colicky babies. But that's not so, research shows.

A quick Internet search might lead parents to think there are scores of proven treatments for colicky babies. But that's not so, a new systematic review shows.

"I tried loads of things, because I was so desperate," she said. "I can see why parents are driven mad by it."

 
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