Breast Milk From Tobacco?

Breakthrough could pave way for formula milk that more closely replicates health benefits of breastfeeding Scientists have genetically engineered a close relative of the tobacco plant to pump out nutrients found in human breast milk. The technology could pave the way for infant formula milk that more closely replicates health benefits of breastfeeding, according to the team behind the work. The study demonstrated that the genetically modified Nicotiana benthamiana could produce complex sugars called human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs)...

Infant Born With Two Teeth, Doctors Surgically Removed the Teeth

In an extraordinary event at Sadar Hospital in Parsudih, Jamshedpur, a child was born with a rare occurrence. As soon as the baby cried after birth, the eyes of nurses and doctors widened in amazement. The situation escalated to the point where surgery was deemed necessary. This child has become the talk of the town. On June 11, Shiv Karwa’s wife, Sunita Devi, a resident of Sarjamda, experienced labor pains and was admitted to Sadar...

ICMR Recommends Mashed Dals For Babies Rather Than “Dal kaa Pani”, Provides List of Meals That Go Well Together 

ICMR Recommends Mashed Dals For Babies Rather Than “Dal kaa Pani”, Provides List of Meals That Go Well Together In contrast to watery foods like “dal kaa pani,” the ICMR suggests foods with semi-solid consistency for infants in its most recent guidelines. According to guidelines established lately by the Indian Council of Medical Research, it is recommended that infants be fed foods with a semi-solid consistency at six months of age, with complementary foods introduced...

1 in 4 children globally live in severe child food poverty due to inequity, conflict, and climate crises – UNICEF

Children experiencing this level of food poverty are up to 50 per cent more likely to suffer from life-threatening malnutrition, new analysis finds   Around 181 million children worldwide under 5 years of age – or 1 in 4 – are experiencing severe child food poverty, making them up to 50 per cent more likely to experience wasting, a life-threatening form of malnutrition, a new UNICEF report reveals today. For the first time, Child Food Poverty:...

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