Infantile colic: A systematic review of medical and conventional therapies

@article{Hall2012InfantileCA,
  title={Infantile colic: A systematic review of medical and conventional therapies},
  author={Belinda Hall and Janice Evelyn Chesters and Anske Robinson},
  journal={Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health},
  year={2012},
  volume={48}
}
Aim:  Infantile colic is a prevalent and distressing condition for which there is no proven standard therapy. The aim of this paper is to review medical and conventional treatments for infantile colic. 

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