As the baby formula shortage causes parents and caregivers to search for solutions to feed their infants, experts at the New Jersey Poison Control Center, based at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, are warning families about misinformation circulating online and on social media claiming it is safe to use homemade recipes. “Even the best intentions can have devastating results,” said Diane Calello, executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center. “Although it may seem safe to use substitutes or make homemade formula to feed your baby, it can be very dangerous and potentially life-threatening.” Calello discussed what caregivers shouldn’t feed infants and which formula alternatives are safe. To read the full story.