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Why Breastfed Babies Under Age Two Should Use WHO Growth Charts

WHO Growth Chart for Boys - Birth to 24 months: For predominantly breast-fed babies (different from the standard CDC chart that reflects predominantly formula-fed babies). Breast-fed babies gain weight differently than formula-fed. In the first 6 months, breast-fed weigh more than formula-fed. Then after 6 months, the role begins to reverse where formula-fed babies surpass the weight of breast-fed babies. This information is good to know if you intend to use breast milk as your main milk…

Confused by Growth Charts for Children? Look No Further

Birth to 36 months-Boys chart for length and weight for age percentiles

Pediatric Growth Charts | Medda - print on A5 to fit in book

Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Get ideas with this printable guide to developmentally-appropriate play.

What To Do With Baby: A Guide to Developmentally Appropriate Play

Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Get ideas with this printable guide to developmentally-appropriate play.

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The most advanced electronic Growth Charts integrated with EHR. Charts for endocrinologists, neonatal charts and more. 59 charts for 16 genetic conditions.

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