WASHINGTON — While it continues to test various brands of powdered infant formula to determine the origin of a rare bacteria that killed two infants and sickened two others, the Food and Drug Administration says parents may continue to use powdered infant formula. Last month, Price Chopper, Wal-Mart Stores, Walgreens and Supervalu voluntarily pulled Enfamil Premium Newborn after a Missouri baby who consumed it died. Since then, testing by the FDA and Centers for Disease Control and ...

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