Ridgewood, N.J., psychologist Dr. Frank Sileo's newest illustrated book, "Hold the Cheese Please! A Story for Children About Lactose Intolerance," is his second that educates children about gastrointestinal problems. People who suffer from lactose intolerance lack the enzyme that breaks down lactose, or milk sugars. (MCT)
Ridgewood, N.J., psychologist Dr. Frank Sileo's newest illustrated book, "Hold the Cheese Please! A Story for Children About Lactose Intolerance," is his second that educates children about gastrointestinal problems. People who suffer from lactose intolerance lack the enzyme that breaks down lactose, or milk sugars. (MCT) MCT
Ridgewood, N.J., psychologist Dr. Frank Sileo's newest illustrated book, "Hold the Cheese Please! A Story for Children About Lactose Intolerance," is his second that educates children about gastrointestinal problems. People who suffer from lactose intolerance lack the enzyme that breaks down lactose, or milk sugars. (MCT) MCT

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