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2007-08-02 22:18:46

Nearly three-quarters of new mothers in the United States are breast-feeding their babies, but they are quitting too soon and resorting to infant formula too often, federal health officials said Thursday.

2006-08-16 18:15:00

By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK (Reuters) - PNC Financial Services, WhiteWave Foods and Mothering Magazine were cited on Wednesday as the best U.S. companies for nursing mothers to work for, according to WorldWIT, a networking organization for professional women in business.

2005-09-09 08:40:00

When breastfeeding is not properly established, the baby may become dehydrated and levels of sodium in its blood can become excessive, according to a study published this week. The condition is relatively common but can be difficult to recognize.

2005-08-04 08:28:12

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Breast has long been best when it comes to feeding babies but a California company this week launched the first known venture to commercialize human donor breast milk and develop its use for sick children.

2005-08-03 19:29:06

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Breast has long been best when it comes to feeding babies but a California company this week launched the first known venture to commercialize human donor breast milk and develop its use for sick children.

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2005-08-03 19:25:00

Breast has long been best when it comes to feeding babies but a California company this week launched the first known venture to commercialize human donor breast milk and develop its use for sick children.

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2005-02-18 06:54:47

Detecting illegal drug use may one day become as simple as testing spit on a sponge. Researchers on Thursday said techniques now being developed for analyzing saliva may in the future replace many of the blood and urine tests that now are used to detect drug abuse and disease.


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bawbee
  • A coin originally worth six pennies Scots, and later three; held equivalent to an English halfpenny.
  • (in plural) Money; cash.
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