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Babies can't eat honey because it can cause 'infant botulism' — here's what that means

While most adults can eat honey without problems, it’s a different story for babies less than one year old. Honey contains C. botulinum bacteria, which can produce a toxin in a baby’s large intestine, leading to a rare but serious illness known as “infant botulism.”

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