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Toddlers who won't eat and antihistamines and infants

1 Dec 1994
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https://doi.org/10.4225/50/55470B8F2CBF2
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The 'terrible twos' are never more determined than when it comes to mealtimes. This health, thriving ball of energy is suddenly eating nothing, and parents are perplexed about their source of energy. Meal times become a nightmare and food a battleground. How do we help parents cope with the toddler who won't eat, and reassure them, while making the most of the development of the toddler years?

This article looks at why this phase happens and strategies for survival (for parents).

The second article is a short report on the question of giving antihistamines to infants. 

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10.4225/50/55470B8F2CBF2
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1994
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