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References, Research and Resources

Information used in this website has been gathered from a number of sources.

Articles on drinking from an open cup

  • BDA The Association of British Dietitians Policy Statement Introducing a Cup to an Infant’s Diet.
  • Public Health England Oral Health Survey of three year old children 2013
  • National Oral Health Promotion Group Position Paper on the use of no spill design feeder trainer cup 2011.
  • Midwifery Digest 2006 Neonatal and Infancy Cup feeding revisited
  • The COMA weaning report clearly recommends that from 6 months of age infants should be introduced to drinking from a cup and the use of a bottle should be actively discouraged after the age of 1 year. (Weaning and The Weaning Diet. COMA 1994 Department of Health London HMSO)

Articles on Children’s Dental Health

  • Child Dental Health Survey 2013, England, Wales and Northern Ireland [NS] Publication date: March 19, 2015 Health and Social Care information centre.
  • The 2013 Children’s Dental Health (CDH) Survey, commissioned by the Health and Social Care Information Centre, is the fifth in a series of national children’s dental health surveys that have been carried out every ten years since 1973.

 

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