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How one in 13 pregnant women drink alcohol - and some down four OR MORE ...
A government survey shows one in 13 pregnant women drink alcohol and some even go on binges. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says drinking - especially binge drinking - can damage fetal brain development.
8 percent of pregnant women consume alcohol, CDC reports  Examiner.com
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Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline fined $3 billion
It claimed that, �GSK sponsored dinner programs, lunch programs, spa programs and similar activities to promote the use of Paxil in children and adolescents.
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Irish Dairy Board boosts UK ingredients position through acquisition
Products. Digestibility - key for Chinese yogurt market. DSM Food Specialties. Meet the growing cheese demand. Arla Foods Ingredients.
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Fonterra welcomes NZ Dairy Industry Restructuring Act amendment
The DIRA Amendment Bill, which proposed a new regime in relation to Fonterra's milk price setting, capital restructure and share valuation, was passed by 64 votes to 57.
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Arla and Robert Wiseman plants targeted by milk farmer price protests
4Legal US raw milk sales behind 'rapid increase' in outbreaks: CDC. 5Nestl� to use natural refrigerants on all ice cream freezers in 2015.
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Canadian Bishop Under Fire for Opposing HPV Vaccine
CALGARY, Alberta - Never one to shrink from a fight, Bishop Fred Henry of Calgary is taking on the public health establishment that wants to give thousands of Catholic girls the human papilloma virus vaccine, which protects against the sexually ...
Casein measuring software offers cheese processing quality boost - developer
Software that enables processed cheese manufacturers to measure, rather than predict the functional protein content of cheese will improve product quality and reduce costs, its developer has claimed.
ISO to cooperate with AOAC on infant formula standards
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and AOAC International have agreed to cooperate on the development of infant formula and adult nutritionals-related standards in an effort to avoid �duplication.
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Fonterra ordered to amend 'misleading' online dairy nutrition claims
4Legal US raw milk sales behind 'rapid increase' in outbreaks: CDC. 5Nestl� to use natural refrigerants on all ice cream freezers in 2015.
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Bring it on, baby! How to enjoy Mallorca when you're (nearly) one years old
Something about the thought of a villa holiday in Majorca made me and my husband feel ever so slightly middle-aged. It didn't sound racy.