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  1. Insect bites and stings can cause an immediate skin reaction. The bite from fire ants and the sting from bees, wasps, and hornets ...
  2. ... pork and ham, smoked or raw fish, and honey or corn syrup, baked potatoes cooked in foil, ... most common cause of infant botulism is eating honey or corn syrup or using pacifiers that have ...
  3. ... found in soil and certain foods (such as honey and some corn syrups). Infant botulism occurs mostly ... late as 1 year. Risk factors include swallowing honey as a baby, being around contaminated soil, and ...
  4. ... eggnog, and hollandaise sauce). Do not eat raw honey, only honey that has been heat treated. NEVER give honey to children under 1 year of age. Do ...
  5. ... It is also called levulose, or fruit sugar. Honey is a combination of fructose, glucose, and water. ... to help keep candies and baked items sweet. Honey is an invert sugar. Sugar alcohols: Sugar alcohols ...
  6. ... pasteurized on the container. Do not eat raw honey. Eat only heat-treated honey. Avoid sweets that have creamy fillings.
  7. ... yogurt, and sherbet Fruit ices and popsicles Sugar, honey, and syrups Soup broth (bouillon, consommé, and strained ... coffee with cream or milk and sugar or honey Ask your doctor or dietitian if you can ...
  8. ... garlic, onions, and wheat Fructose - found in fruits, honey, and high fructose corn syrup Galactans - found in ... Cashews Pistachios SWEETENERS Agave High fructose corn syrup Honey SUGAR SUBSTITUTES Many sugar-free gums and candies ...
  9. ... may influence the development of SIDS. Never give honey to a child younger than 1 year old. Honey in very young children may cause infant botulism , ...
  10. ... smoothies, or pudding. Drink milkshakes between meals. Add honey to juices. Ask your provider about liquid nutrition ...
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