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Study Finds Certain Baby Formulas Causing Nut Allergies Later in Life For Boys, Crooked Tits For Girls

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A recent study performed by the Taft Research Institute in Dallas, Texas, has found that boys may be prone to nut allergies as a result of being given certain baby formulas. The same study also revealed the possibility that girls may one day suffer from crooked tits.

Crooked tits, which are sometimes referred to as “wonky-knockers” or “googley-boobs,” effect millions of U.S. women.

The results of the study, which sampled ten thousand U.S. women’s breasts, caused quite a commotion in the arena of child development studies.

“We had long suspected that children raised on formula might suffer later in life, based on the simple fact that a mother unwilling to breast-feed clearly doesn’t love her child very much. But to see actual, physical anomalies as a result of formula-feeding is really extraordinary, and wholly unexpected,” said Dr. Carl Yastremski of the Taft Research Institute.

The results of the study, which have already been dissected, discussed, and debated by manufacturers of popular baby formulas, as well as child-development experts, are sure to be a blow to the baby formula industry, which last year saw double-digit, though slightly lopsided, growth.

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