Many infants get antireflux meds when they don't need them

Many infants get antireflux meds when they don't need them.

Over half of healthy infants spit up frequently during the first 4 months...causing lots of anxiety for parents.

"Irritable" babies with regurgitation often get acid-suppressive therapy. Nowadays, 8 times as many infants get a PPI as a decade ago.

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