Parents to newborn babies have a lot to keep track of.
After all, keeping a tiny person happy and healthy is a big task, especially when that person can’t talk yet!
What’s more, doctor recommendations are always changing — this piece of common-sense advice to hang on to baby teeth only became widespread fairly recently.
There are a million guidelines to follow when it comes to raising a kid, and this is particularly true where food is concerned: soft foods at four months, solids at eight months, and cow’s milk at one year.
That’s why some parents might be stunned to learn that doctors are now recommending peanuts — a highly allergenic food — at just four months.
For years, parents have held off on introducing peanuts and other foods that commonly provoke allergies, in an attempt to keep kids with possible problems safer.
However, new research has led pediatricians to believe that avoiding peanuts may have the opposite effect.
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