Latest research suggests mother's milk is tailor-made for each baby. It's all in the mix. Breastfeeding may also bring health advantages for the mother as well. Why that might be is not fully clear.
Several hundred Philippine mothers have nursed their babies in public at a government-backed event. The campaign aims to get more mothers to start giving their children breast milk instead of formula for health reasons.
According to the New York Times, the US has threatened sanctions against countries that backed a WHO resolution in favor of breastfeeding. US President Donald Trump, however, slammed the report as "Fake News."
Hundreds of thousands of babies could be saved each year if they received enough breast milk, UNICEF says. The world's richest countries have the lowest breastfeeding rates despite the benefits for baby and mother.
We're trained to think sugar is bad — and that vegan cookies or vegetarian wine gums are good as god. But at ISM 2018, Cologne's international sweets fair, "poisons" depend on the dose.
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