Cohort studies have persuaded new mothers to breastfeed over bottle feeding while many studies show confounding results Children who are formula fed can have excellent health outcomes, often not any worse than breast fed children These days it seems unquestionable that
Matt Scutt is the Creative Director of London Agency, working across a variety of mediums: photography, television and music. Although he started off as a painter, he quickly discovered his considerable talent for the arts and graphic design. He started using Instagram as a way to share pictures for
Chandan Khanna is a photojournalist based in New Delhi, India working with Agence France-Presse. His Instagram feed features candid snapshots of life from across India. Out on the streets, he captures moments from the daily lives of Indians- from millionaires to vagrants,
HOW THE WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME USES INNOVATION TO FIGHT HUNGER My first introduction to the United Nations and organizations such as the World Food Programme came in secondary school as a delegate for Libya at The Hague International Model United Nations.
Convergence of Culture, Commerce, and Communications An epidemic of obesity has been acknowledged for several years in the US, with creeping increases in the age ranges affected—down to young children—and now across borders, as more countries adopt unhealthy American dietary patterns.(1) While obesity
A Closer Look at Solar for Life's Role Editor’s Note: This is the seventh piece in a collaborative series on the Sustainable Development Goals. See the introduction to the series here. Goal 7, to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for
It’s the Small Things That Count. In 2013, Lorraine Loots gave herself a heck of challenge: making one painting a day for a full year! Since then, this 29-year-old miniaturist painter from South Africa has turned this passion of hers into