The Iowa Homemaker

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Artificial Feeding

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Nutrition is the most important factor in the rearing of infants. The largest part of the immense mortality of the first year of life is traced directly to lack of knowledge of certain physiological laws regarding the requirements of the growing organism. The elements of food needed in infancy and childhood are the same as those in adult except that the quantities are vastly different.



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