Breastfeeding for longer could help save environment from damage caused by infant formula
Breastfeeding for longer could help save the environment, scientists have said as they reveal Britain’s poor rates cause the equivalent of 77,000 cars worth of damage. Experts at Imperial College London have for the first time calculated the harm to the planet from infant formula.
NAFDAC, others caution on use of infant formula, advocate exclusive breastfeeding
National Agency for Food Drug Administration Control (NAFDAC), has called for the strict compliance with International Code of Marketing of Breast Milk Substitute(BMS) and stressed the need to protect infant and through promotion, protection and support for exclusive breastfeeding. According to the agency, lack of awareness and knowledge contributes to non-compliance of the Code as…