Must Children Get Vitamin K? Case of Ill Israeli Baby Reignites Debate

Objections to the vitamin, affecting some 900 Israeli babies each year, may be part of a wider phenomenon of rejecting inoculations and other medical intervention.

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Barely conscious, pale and suffering widespread intercranial bleeding, a 2-month-old baby was hospitalized last week in critical condition at Schneider Children’s Medical Center, in Petah Tikva. This was...