Nutrition and International Adoption Part III

Iron deficiency is a critical issue in children adopted internationally. Learn why these children are at risk and what you can do to increase the iron in their diets.

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Nutrition and the Child from China: Part II

Overall, children from China do very well. In one study in looking at children adopted into Canada from China,in which the children on average were 13 months old when they arrived home, they were doing as well as other children in Canada at three years old.(Incidentally, these children arrived home about 10/11 years ago, when […]

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Nutrition and the Child from China

Your child's nutritional status while in an orphanage can affect your child's overall growth and development. Learn how the lack of certain nutrients can affect your child and what you can do.

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