Expecting moms do everything but wait. They scan the Internet and parenting magazines, and talk to doctors, families and friends to find out the best ways to care for their newborns. Increasingly, their sources of information are referring them to natural baby products, such as food with fewer preservatives, and natural and organic body care products that are easy on their infants' sensitive skin. Most supermarkets now have an extensive selection of organic and natural baby food, as well ...

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