Study backs iron supplements for low birth weight babies

12/10/2012 | Reuters

Low birth weight babies given iron supplements were less likely to develop behavioral problems than those in the placebo group, Swedish researchers reported in the journal Pediatrics. They found no significant differences in IQ scores between the babies receiving iron and the placebo group. Researchers tracked 285 children past age 3.

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