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Nestlé adds more sugar to baby food in poorer countries, report finds

The Day 24 Apr 2024
The World Health Organization also advises parents and guardians not to add sugar to complementary foods for children 2 years or younger.
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UCLA Resnick Center for Food Law and Policy marks 10th anniversary

Daily Bruin 24 Apr 2024
The center also partners with the United NationsFood and Agriculture Organization in research and advisory projects. Food law combines agricultural, health, international, labor and climate law ...
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Harvard Distributes $200,000 in Grants to Allston-Brighton Organizations

The Harvard Crimson 24 Apr 2024
Harvard made contributions ranging from $5,000 to over $20,000 in size to 25 organizations, including multiple food pantries, youth services, music programs, and a neighborhood health center.
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Who let the dogs in? The dos and don'ts of dining with your pooch at New Mexico restaurants

Carlsbad Current Argus 24 Apr 2024
It’s just that there are very real health issues surrounding the intersection of animals and food preparation, and her organization has to look out for the liability of its members and the welfare of other diners ... “It’s about the food code.
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New cases of chronic wasting disease found in deer in Cumberland County

The Fayetteville Observer 24 Apr 2024
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization recommends that it is important to stop the agents of the disease from entering the human food chain, even ...
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Kourtney Kardashian Barker isn’t the first to drink breast milk – but we know surprisingly ...

The Conversation 24 Apr 2024
But by drinking her own breast milk, the eldest Kardashian sister helped promote a health trend already steeped in centuries of medical history ... The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life.
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Nestle adds more sugar to baby food in poorer countries, report finds

Canoe 23 Apr 2024
The World Health Organization also advises parents and guardians not to add sugar to complementary foods for children 2 years or younger.
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Nestlé baby foods loaded with unhealthy sugars—but only in poorer countries

Ars Technica 23 Apr 2024
In high-income countries, Nestlé brand baby foods have no added sugars them, in line with recommendations from major health organizations around the world and consumer pressure.
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Earth Day 2024: What's the difference between global warming, climate change? What to know

Times-Gazette - Ashland 23 Apr 2024
Examples of climate change include.Longer-lasting droughtsMore intense wildfiresStronger stormsSea level riseFloodingEcosystem stressorsReduced soil health leading to food shortagesDisplacement, creating refugeesIllness and death.
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Gaza: World's deadliest place to be a humanitarian worker

The New Arab 23 Apr 2024
Other UN agencies that have lost staff as well are the World Health Organization and the World Food Programme," Fowler said ... In February the Israeli army directly hit one of UNRWA’s food aid convoys with naval gunfire.
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Haiti Today, America Tomorrow?

Scheerpost 23 Apr 2024
It’s also been a political party, a government, and a service organization that provided food, health care, and other necessities to underserved communities in Gaza.
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OCHA seeks $413M for humanitarian crisis in northern Mozambique

Voa News 22 Apr 2024
"Humanitarian organizations, the U.N., national and international organizations are supporting people every day with food assistance, with health support, with child support assistance, with mental ...
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Art therapy helps eliminate stigma, create 'threads of compassion'

Courier Journal 22 Apr 2024
Other vendors will also be in attendance, such as a food truck, a music therapy group and local mental health organizations like NAMI Louisville and The Pete Foundation ... Proceeds support mental health services for patients.
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Mangrove blue carbon at higher risk of microplastic pollution

Phys Dot Org 22 Apr 2024
They also pose a risk to organisms inhabiting these environments, ingesting the microplastics and causing health issues or death, as well as accumulating further through the food chain.

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