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#1 of 9 Old 04-19-2006, 10:09 AM - Thread Starter
 
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The game is called "what industry funded the research that inspired the article I read today"?
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I am quite : about this article on a number of levels.
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I clicked the link but couldn't see the article.

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Hmm, it works for me. If you go to news.yahoo.com and then click on the Health tab, it's under Parenting/Kids called "how to feed your 1 to 2 year old" or something similar.
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At least it wasn't the hot dog industry.

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That's funny, I see it now. When I tryed last time I got all the stuff accross the top but no text. Weird!?!

I'm going to take a wild guess and say the dairy industry.

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Bin-bon! We have a winner!

The part that really stinks is there's no author credited so there's no convienent place to yell at them for being morons.... whoops! I mean... gently correct their mistaken beliefs about breastfeeding.
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The part that really stinks is there's no author credited so there's no convienent place to yell at them for being morons.... whoops! I mean... gently correct their mistaken beliefs about breastfeeding.
Bwahahaha - you go, mama.
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Moooooo.

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And this from an MD/IBCLC:

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Talking to patients about dairy products is a lot easier than it used to be because the “problems with milk” are better known than just a few years ago. Still, it’s hard to combat the $400,000,000 annual advertising budget available to the purveyors of dairy products. Milk does not “do a body good” nor build strong bones. It is a traditional food which has become a lazy staple of the American diet.

Children (and their parents) get healthier when they have fewer dairy products and are healthiest when they have none.
http://www.drjaygordon.com/developme...icks/dairy.asp

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