Baby weaning study led by Swansea University researchers

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How and when babies are weaned could have a long-lasting impact on how much and what foods they choose to eat later in life, say researchers at Swansea University.

Parents taking part in the study said that the babies who were allowed to feed themselves were less fussy about food.

Abigail Neal reports.

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