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An egg a day could help babies grow bigger and taller

Gaston was right all along.
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Not every lad can eat four dozen eggs every morning to help him get large, but it turns out just one might do the trick. If you’re a baby, anyway.

We may be lucky enough not to think about it in much of the United States, but worldwide there are tens of

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