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  • Any media commercial for this brand of milk?

    Have you come across any advertisement or media commercial on breast milk on the ever famous TV channel that you frequently watch? Have you come across any sponsorship from this brand of milk which is named as breast milk for any baby expo, baby fair or paed’s clinic? Ever wonder how the giants of branded formula

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  • How important is breakfast? You Should Never Skip

    4 Reasons Why You Should Never Skip Breakfast   Diabetes: Skipping breakfast may increase a woman’s diabetes risk, according to a study published this month in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Women who ate breakfast an average Share us on:

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  • Breastfeeding. Young mother and 1.5 month baby
    Experts: Online human breast milk craze has serious health risks

    LONDON (REUTERS) – A growing online craze among some fitness communities, fetishists and chronic disease sufferers for buying and drinking human breast milk poses serious health risks, British experts said on Thursday. Writing in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, specialists said there was little evidence to support claims that the milk –

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  • Banana03
    Good to eat Banana for your health?

    Adding a banana to your daily diet has an array of benefits in your body. Bananas help you reach your weight-loss goals, keep your bowels healthy, provide nutrients that regulate heart rhythm and have vitamin compounds for eye health. Benefit Of Banana: Weight Loss Finding foods to fit into your weight-loss diet can be challenging,

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  • What is Silent Reflux?

    Silent reflux can be very confusing; there may be no obvious signs of gastro-oesophageal reflux (such as vomiting) and the child generally isn’t ‘silent’. Silent reflux refers to refluxed material that flows back into the oesophagus, but isn’t forced out of the mouth. The child may swallow it back down or the stomach contents/stomach acids

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  • MERS-CoV belongs to the coronavirus family. Human coronaviruses were first classified in the mid 1960s. MERS-CoV was first reported in 2012 in Saudi Arabia.
    What is MERS-CoV Virus ?

    MERS-CoV Virus MERS-CoV belongs to the coronavirus family. Human coronaviruses were first classified in the mid 1960s. The coronavirus subgroups are referred to as alpha, beta, gamma and delta. There are currently six coronaviruses that can affect Share us on:

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