Contaminated baby milk products recalled in EU

Should public funded institutions endorse commercial products?

Why is the Indian state so paternal to milk substitutes?

Experts oppose repeal of law promoting breast feeding

the good dose: As per a study by the US-based National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a combination of three drugs

When the amendment to the Infant Milk Substitutes, Feeding Bottles and Infant Foods Act 1992 banned advertising and promotional activity for infant and weaning foods, there was talk that ad revenues would take a hit. But that is not to be so

Soya based infant formula damages kids immune system

What makes a kid more intelligent than his peers? Mother's milk might hold the answer

baby food manufacturers have been found guilty of violating international codes which seek to safeguard infants' health. A study released recently by the Interagency Group on Breastfeeding

ON THE heels of the mad cow disease, the British government is faced with another food safety crisis. This time the crisis centres around powdered baby milk thought to contain potentially