John Garrick

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As readers of this journal are well aware, we are not able in life to avoid risk but only to choose between risks. Rational decision-making requires, therefore, a clear and quantitative way of expressing risk so that it can be properly weighed, along with all other costs and benefits, in the decision process. The purpose of this paper is to provide some(More)
Milk and mineral intakes of twenty-six full term infants receiving human milk as their sole milk source were determined by "test weighing" and direct analyses of milk samples at months 1, 2 and 3 of lactation. Data indicate that volume of milk ingested ranged from 295 to 996 ml/day and mean intakes (606, 601, 626 ml/day at months 1, 2 and 3, respectively)(More)