Baby food in the firing line over obesity: Officials will examine if infant purees are too sugary, report reveals To tackle childhood obesity, Government will review products aimed at infants Similar report released in 2016 led to the sugary drinks tax in April this year The UK Government aims to halve children obesity rates by
We’ve all heard of iconically popular names (like Peter, Jessica, etc.) becoming, well, even more popular overnight. And even rare celebrity baby names have been known to rise suddenly to the top of the charts after they debut. But how does one explain truly rare baby names that have suddenly started soaring in usage, with
Joanna Gaines hasn’t welcomed a newborn for eight long years, but it’s obvious she’s thrilled to be expecting baby No. 5 — and all the delectable accoutrements that baby will require. The Fixer Upper star and Magnolia Market designer just debuted a brand-new baby collection — and some of the items have already sold out.
Hemoglobin is a blood protein that is responsible for carrying oxygen around the body and delivering it to the different cells and tissues. When the blood is unable to carry oxygen around the body, the baby turns blue (cyanotic). Blue baby syndrome is rare in industrialized countries, but it does occasionally occur in rural areas.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are the proud parents of a baby boy, PEOPLE confirms. The model, 32, announced late Wednesday that their son had arrived. In typical Teigen fashion, the star used Twitter to reveal that 2-year-old Luna Simone’s brother was here. “Somebody’s herrrrrrre!” she tweeted along with baby bottle and high five smiley emojis.
Many popular baby names hail from mother nature and earth, such as Rose, Lily, Daisy, Ivy, Sage. But there’s also the elements of air, water, and fire — all of which have provided us with beautiful mythological or naturalistic monikers to draw from. Some of the below names are already well known, others are slowly
One of Australia’s biggest supermarket chains said Wednesday some stores were moving baby formula behind counters and restricting sales as it emerged customers were clearing shelves and selling it online in China for more than double the price. Coles’ decision to take the milk product off aisles follows complaints from worried mothers over supplies and
Italy is a magical place. Between the food, the language, and the culture, it’s a dream destination for many travelers. The country has a lot to offer, not the least of which is its gorgeous names. Maybe it’s the lyrical quality that they tend to have, or just the romance of the country lending itself
“What’s in a name?” William Shakespeare famously wrote in his play Romeo and Juliet. A whole lot, it turns out — at least if you’re looking at the names Shakespeare used in his plays. Widely considered to be the greatest playwright in history, Shakespeare’s works are wildly celebrated even today, more than four centuries since
While long, stately names certainly carry a certain amount of clout, they’re also a lot to saddle a baby with. You’re probably not going to call an infant by a long-winded moniker like Alexander or Samantha anyway, and are most likely going opt for shorter variations like Alex and Sam. So why bother giving your