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Despite Worries Over Toxins, Breast-Feeding Still Best for Infants
New York Times - 12/19/2008. 
Many mothers who breast-feed have been alarmed and perplexed by reports regarding toxins discovered in breast milk. But a review of data from several studies has found that the benefits of breast-feeding far outweigh these potential risks.
Trade pacts may undermine state laws
Bangor Daily News - 12/3/2008. 
By Peggy Rotundo and John Patrick. Special to the NEWS. A mother in the grocery store wants to be sure that the formula she is feeding her infant is safe. A father buying a toy wants to know if it contains lead paint, which would pose major health risks to his child. Recent problems with unsafe imports and toxins in everyday products have put everyone on alert, and state legislatures across the country, including Maine, have responded with much-needed laws to regulate toxic products.
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