Vitamin D supplements are now recommended for many infants and some children

Vitamin D supplements are now recommended for many infants and some children.

Surprisingly, many breastfed babies don't get enough vitamin D. Pediatricians now recommend that breastfed babies get supplements.

They also recommend supplements for children who don't consume at least 16 ounces of vitamin D fortified milk or formula per day.

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