It does not seem to matter whether they are breast-fed or bottle-fed.
If your baby is breast-fed, traveling will be easier than if he is not.
The baby's food must loom large in your plans if he is not breast-fed.
The number of bottle-fed babies who die every year is three times as great as the number of breast-fed babies who die.
Food for babies who are not breast-fed presents a difficult problem.
The majority of bottle-fed babies and a large number of the breast-fed suffer from a greater or less degree of constipation.
Apart from these cases the question must be considered whether scurvy can occur in a breast-fed infant.
Scurvy in the breast-fed infant has been fully considered under etiology.
The stools of the breast-fed baby do not require as much attention as those of the bottle-fed child.
A healthy, breast-fed baby may now and then regurgitate a bit, but it simply spills over because it is too full.