Tag : milk

Daily Farmers Struggle Due To Falling Prices Of Milk In Spa

Nutrition  15 December '16

Got Milk? Common Myth About Lactose Intolerance Explained

Experts explain and debunked the common misconception of lactose intolerance.

House Committee Holds Hearing On Flint Water Contamination

Health  23 November '16

Why Giving Your Baby Water Can Be Hazardous And Even Fatal At Times

There are plenty of warnings and advice about giving your baby water. Here's what you need to know:

Parents Call For Childcare Subsidies

Nutrition  14 May '16

Healthy Diet For Kids: 5 Best Superfoods For Toddlers

These kinds of food can help improve your child's growth and development.

San Francisco Board Of Supervisors Voted To Ban Sale Of Bottled Water On Public Property

Health/Nutrition  12 April '16

Is Premium Bottled Water Any Good? Here’s What Nutritionists Say

US nutritionists shed some light on the quality and allure of premium bottled water. They contend that it doesn't make much of a difference if people don't pair it with a healthy diet.

New Safeway Opens With Focus On Organic Goods

Health/Nutrition  12 April '16

Full-Fat Dairy Products Effective To Battle Diabetes And Obesity

Two new studies suggest that full-fat dairy products are efficient in battling obesity and diabetes.

Milk Prices Set To Rise Sharply

Health/Nutrition  11 April '16

Full-Fat Dairy Products May Cut Risk For Obesity And Diabetes, Study Says

Two new studies claim that consuming full-fat dairy products allows a reduced risk for obesity and diabetes compared to consuming low-fat dairy products.

Family preparing food

Food  11 March '16

8 Approved Superfoods By Kids And Toddlers

Encouraging your children to eat superfoods will aid in their healthy growth and body development. Rachel Beller, recommends her top superfood picks to feed your children.

Turnbull Government Intervenes Over Growing Baby Formula Shortage

News  10 March '16

Study Says Special Formula Milk for Infants Did Not Show Any Evidence to Support Allergy Reduction Claim

Researchers found no supporting evidence to approve claim that special formula milk can reduce allergy risks.

Sleep Disorder

Food  18 February '16

Good Diet And Adequate Sleep: 7 Best Foods For Better Sleep

Having trouble falling asleep? These foods might just be the answer.

Milk and cereal

Health/Nutrition  27 February '14

Not a fan of dairy milk? Here are some healthy alternatives

Finding alternatives to dairy milk has never been easier.

Formula milk should be sex-specific, little boys need more fat

Parenting  19 February '14

Formula milk should be sex-specific, little boys need more fat

Formula milk should be sex-specific, with more fat given to baby boys, a recent study suggests.

Indian Woman Has Never Eaten Anything, Only Drinks Water, Tea and Milk

Health/Nutrition  12 February '14

Indian woman can't remember last time she ate solids, only drinks water, tea and milk

A 25-year-old Indian woman has confessed that she has not eaten anything solid for as long as she can remember, saying she has simply been surviving off liquids, the Daily Mail reports.

Try out different breastfeeding positions

Infant  26 December '13

Longer breastfeeding tied to better development

Children who were breastfed for more than six months scored the highest on cognitive, language and motor development tests as toddlers, in a new study from Greece.

Breastfeeding

Health/Nutrition  1 August '13

Breastfeeding Can Save 200,000 Infants a Year, WHO Reports During World Breastfeeding Week

World Breastfeeding Week is underway from August 1-7 and the World Health Organization is commemorating the event by reporting further good news to encourage more moms to breastfeed. The latest report notes that exclusive breast-feeding until six months of age could prevent the deaths of more than 200,000 infants each year.

breast feeding

Health/Nutrition  31 July '13

Breastfeeding Rates Up, 3 in 4 Babies Get the Best from Moms, CDC Says

New mothers are more open and willing to breast feed their newborns than ever before, and are doing it for longer, says a new report released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday, ahead of breast feeding week from August 1 - 7.

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