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How to Prevent Failure-to-Thrive
To help prevent failure to thrive:
- Take children to the doctor regularly to have their growth checked. This helps detect and treat failure-to-thrive before it becomes severe.
- Develop a good relationship with your child's doctor.
- Ask the doctor about proper parenting and nutrition for early in a baby's life.
- Encourage at-risk parents to attend parent-training sessions. At-risk includes:
- Known depression in the parent
- Lack of understanding about basic childcare issues
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