Mothers of children who have been diagnosed with nonorganic failure to thrive may still restrict their childrens' diets, according to a study in the March Archives of Diseases in Childhood.

Despite their children's low weight, 50 percent of mothers restricted their children's intake of "sweet" foods and 30 percent restricted food they considered "fattening" or "unhealthy," researchers reported.

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