Mother gives more than 100 liters of breast milk to hospital
Amy Bormann, Wisconsin, USA , donated about 110 liters of breast milk to a local hospital. She was nursing her second son, Gresyon, when she realized she had extra milk. Then, she began researching how to properly withdraw and store breast milk.
Over time, Amy was able to store about 110 liters of breast milk in her freezer and decided to donate them to a local hospital. "I work in a neonatal care unit and I know how important breastmilk can be to premature babies," Amy said in an interview with the American channel WPXI. "It's such a simple process and I would like more moms who had extra milk to give it away, even a small amount makes a lot of difference," said Amy.
Greeting people can be a great challenge for children and many are considered shy as justification for this difficulty. Shyness is a starting point, but not an immutable condition. Some children may even have this more embarrassed posture, but it is too important for adults to help at that time. This help comes first by understanding that this is just another challenge to be overcome.
Study of the University of Bristol, UK, to be published in the June issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that women who gain more weight than recommended during pregnancy have up to three times more likely to become obese, become overweight or accumulate fat in the belly region. Participants who gain less weight during pregnancy have a lower risk of developing obesity and associated diseases, such as high blood pressure and heart disease.
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