tailieunhanh - Master gmat 2010 part 51
Babies who are breast fed instead of bottle fed until at least their first birthday are 70 percent less likely to become obese children than babies who are bottle fed but not breast fed. A child is obese if the ratio of the child’s weight to height is among the highest 3 percent of all children. But breast feeding instead of bottle feeding during the first three months of a baby’s life also reduces the likelihood that the baby will become an obese child. Which of the following can be most properly inferred from the information in the.
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