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One of New York City's most ambitious efforts to prod residents to live healthier appears poised to pass as a health panel takes up a plan to cut down sales of big sodas and other sugary soft drinks.
CHICAGO (AP) — Breast-feeding helps prevent babies' allergies, but there's no evidence for avoiding certain foods during pregnancy, using soy formula or delaying introduction of solid foods beyond six months.