Nutrition

F.G.A. Sues Over White House Plan Directing Federal Agencies to Engage in Voting Activities

The Foundation for Government Accountability sued the U.S. Department of Justice after the department ignored its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests about an executive order directing federal agencies to promote “access to voting.”

American Baby Formula Shortage

At the outset of his presidency, Joe Biden promised competence by a bigger, better government. A few days ago, one of his loyal allies exposed a gross incompetence by federal officials on Biden’s watch that defied that promise and inflamed a baby formula shortage now panicking parents nationwide.

Sanitation, Nutrition Better Than Vaccines at Protecting Children From Disease, Study Shows

In the 19th century, improvements in quality-of-life fundamentals such as drinking water, sanitation, housing and nutrition helped launch the public health profession.

‘Shocking’ National Baby Formula Shortage Forces Rationing at Major Retail Chain

There is a national shortage of baby formula, which has forced a large retail chain to impose rationing on the important product for infants.

Walgreens Begins Rationing Baby Formula as Supply Chain Issues Persist

Mothers of infants are the latest group of consumers to feel the pinch of supply chain issues as a major drug-store chain announces it will ration baby formula.

How a Baby Becomes Part of a Mother

In the early weeks of pregnancy, a connection is made between the motherand her growing baby as they exchange cells across the placenta. This little-known phenomenon will affect both of them for decades to come.

Let Thy Smartphone Be Thy Medicine? Google, Amazon Make Big Moves Into Healthcare

As Big Tech and major retail firms move into healthcare they bring promises of convenience and innovation they claim will benefit consumers — but the move also raises questions about the ever-growing power and influence of such firms and their real motivation for getting into healthcare.

FDA’s (In)Action Plan Still Allows Baby Foods with Toxic Heavy Metals on Store Shelves

On February 4, 2021, the public results of a congressional report on heavy metals in baby food sparked outrage in parents of infants and toddlers.

New Survey Reflects the Rise (and Fall?) of Post-Religious America

The 2006 documentary film Jesus Camp chronicled the events at an evangelical children’s ministry camp in, ironically, Devil’s Lake, North Dakota. Portrayed was hope and fear,...

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