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The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is cautioning families about certain infant formula that has been recalled by Perrigo for potentially containing a bacteria that can lead to illness in infants.
The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday proposed maximum limits for the amount of lead in baby foods like mashed fruits and vegetables and dry cereals after years of studies revealed that many processed products contained levels known to pose a risk of neurological and developmental impairment.
Christina Jewett, New York Times
A look at a new report that shows how homemade baby food isn't exactly safer than store-bought.
Homemade vs. store-bought baby food: Which is safer? The answer might surprise you. Consumer Reports digs deep into a new report to help parents feed their kids the healthiest and safest foods possible.
Keely Arthur, WRAL 5 on Your Side reporter
Making baby food at home with store-bought produce isn't going to reduce the amount of toxic heavy metals in the food your baby eats, according to a new report released exclusively to CNN.
By Sandee LaMotte, CNN
Toxic metals like arsenic, lead and mercury in baby food, cereal, purees and other products are a serious health hazard. There's a new push to keep those toxic metals out of the food your child eats.
Keely Arthur, 5 on Your Side reporter
StarMed Healthcare will give away free cans of baby formula today at the Scott Northern Wake Campus of Wake Technical Community College to combat the nationwide shortage.
A shipment of baby formula has arrived Sunday in Indianapolis on a US military aircraft from Germany to address a nationwide shortage.
By Polo Sandoval and Samantha Beech, CNN
The FDA reached an agreement with Abbott Laboratories to reopen in Michigan after a contamination scare closed it in February. The White House will allow shipments from sources outside our borders, but the effects won't be seen for a number of weeks. Joining us to talk about what parents can do in the meantime is family physician Dr. C. Nicole Swiner.
Some parents in North Carolina say they're having to drive cross state lines to feed their children as the baby formula shortage worsens across the United States.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL reporter
Utah police officers deliver baby formula to mother of five stuck home alone and unable to feed her newborn after she call's 911 with a desperate plea for help. (Video from KSL)
Toxic heavy metals damaging to your baby's brain development are likely in the baby food you are feeding your infant, according to a new investigation published Thursday.
By Sandee LaMotte, CNN
A Phoenix mom is warning others to check their baby's formula after her 9-month-old got sick with what she now believes was flour, not formula.
A Consumer Reports study published on Wednesday reveals concerning levels of heavy metals in popular fruit juices, including many marketed to children.
Monica Laliberte, WRAL executive producer/consumer reporter
Consumer Reports issued a warning Thursday that many foods made for young children contain dangerous levels of heavy metals such as arsenic and lead.