Neocate Baby Formula Lawsuit News

Neocate Baby Formula Lawsuit News

Information and News About Neocate Baby Formula Lawsuit

Infant Hypophosphatemia Can Lead to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) | 10/29/2018

Could a lack of phosphorous, potassium, and sodium due to feeding children Neocate baby formula cause sudden infant death?...READ MORE

Neocate May Be Viewed as a Dietary Supplement Rather Than a Sole Source of Infant Nutrition | 10/27/2018

At first glance, Neocate seems like the perfect solution for infants with milk allergies and soy intolerance...READ MORE

Doctors Choose Neocate For Infants With Cow's Milk Allergy | 10/23/2018

Doctors that prescribe Neocate may be harming an infants chances of normal bone development...READ MORE

Children Given Neocate May Develop Rickets | 10/18/2018

Childhood bone fractures from a lack of essential nutrients such as sodium, potassium, and phosphorous were thought of as a thing of the past until Neocate infant formula came onto the market...READ MORE

Neocate Baby Formula May Cause Childhood Bone Deformity | 10/10/2018

Parents are reporting that their children taking Neocate are experiencing abnormal bone development and unexplained bone fractures...READ MORE

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