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This Is Why You Shouldn't Always Feed Your Crying Baby

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In the beginning, it can feel like a constant guessing game. Does your baby need to eat, or is it something else? As parents and babies learn to speak each other's language, the grown-ups learn to discern between one cry and another.

Sometimes that tiny wail is a sign of gas, at others, they just want a little snuggle. Parents learn to develop an arsenal of soothing tactics to ease their little one's discomforts, but some researchers think that parents need to rethink their primary soothing techniques.

Immediately reaching for the bottle when your little one cries could impact their health later in life.  

Find out why feeding to soothe could set your baby up for health problems later in life...

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