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Infants must be put to sleep in separate beds to prevent SIDS

...te sleeping atmosphere such as a crib, bassinet or cradle that is located in the parent’s bedroom. This arrangement will pave way for more convenient breastfeeding and contact. In addition practices such as infants sharing beds with other children, sleeping with adults on a couch or armchair should never be...

Genetically modified rice faces strong protests in Asia

... said, “"Introducing GM rice in India which is the cradle of rice, the land from where rice originated and in other countries of Asia is a reckless and irresponsible act.” Sahai expressed that the whole world is aware of the failure of BT cotton and also its adverse reaction which caused serious health dama...

Breast Milk: The Mother of All Milk for Infants

The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world! Rightly so, for a mother is truly the one that moulds her child from the moment of birth. //Enabling the child with the best right from the word 'Go' should not be mere wishful-thinking, and in this age of information, the goodness o...

Two Day International Conclave on Traditional Medicine Inaugurated

...s from bio-diversity rich countries, which are the cradle of traditional medicine. The objective of this conclave is to bring Traditional Medicine on centre stage and to have a meaningful interaction between the participants from various countries and Internationally recognized experts, to deliberate on iss...

The Healthy Start Scheme Promises Toddlers A Healthy Start

...n get milk and fresh fruit and vegetables from the cradle up, helping to give them the best possible start in life.' Families can use these vouchers in 20,000 retail outlets, which include markets, greengrocers, milk shops, supermarkets and pharmacists. The programme replaces the Welfare Food Scheme, wh...

Three-year-old Abandoned in Box Meant for Unwanted Babies in Japan

...newspapers warned that youngsters abandoned in the cradle could be traumatized. The boy left behind Thursday was in good health. He reportedly said he was dropped off by his father, who was seen holding the youngster's hand as they approached the hospital. I came with Daddy," the boy was quoted as sayi...

Water Hyacinth is Used for Health Improvements in Africa

...t volcanic activity, which is considered to be the cradle of human evolution. The lake itself is a natural laboratory of evolutionary biology because of its diverse cichlid fish populations, and it has provided livelihoods for humans for many thousands of years. With no natural enemies in Africa, the wa...

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