UB study on socioeconomics and what babies are fed featured in Washington Post

Published November 4, 2014

An article in The Washington Post reports on UB research that found considerable differences in the solid foods babies from different socioeconomic classes were being fed, specifically that diets high in sugar and fat were found to be associated with less educated mothers and poorer households while diets that more closely followed infant feeding guidelines were linked to higher education and bigger bank accounts.

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2014/11/04/the-stark-difference-between-what-poor-babies-and-rich-babies-eat/

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