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artificial

Biology relating to superficial characteristics not based on the interrelationships of organisms

artificial

Made to resemble a natural material or object, for example, faux marbre.
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While computerized or digitized dairy farms are being run in other countries most of our dairy farmers are herding very low productive cattle hang on to the teats of the hardly milk producing udders of their cows to squeeze a pint (568 ml) of milk and add water or artificial milk to augment its quantity to make a livelihood sale at the nearest shop or collection centres.
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust wrote the letter to inform new parents that, as of May 1, it "will no longer be providing artificial milk (formula milk) to new mothers" at its maternity unit.
During checking, the Dolphin Force personnel recovered 600 kilograms of artificial milk and 40 kilograms of the chemical that is used in its preparation.The accused identified as Naeem Masih and Imran had been running the illegal business for the past 10 years.
They reported that lambs could be reared successfully on artificial milk replacers on lower cost.
Thus, the lack of information on the subject causes parents relate this support provision of artificial milk. Some respondents to be asked, attribute meanings their experiences from the collaboration for the use of baby bottles and other types of milk: "So she took some things, for example, as needed the milk, because the girl was not taking the breast anymore ...
This marketing, along with messages from the AAP and CDC, can lead parents to view human milk as deficient and cause them to view artificial milk as superior, which would be incorrect.
"It is much harder for working women to continue breastfeeding while at work, which is why many switch to artificial milk."
educate pregnant mothers and provide mothers with information about natural breastfeeding, its importance and dangers of artificial milk;
The Milk Code is a law that ensures safe and adequate nutrition for infants through the promotion of breastfeeding and the regulation of promotion and distribution of artificial milk formulas and other similar products.
The artificial milk helps save the lives of babies whose mothers are HIV positive by substituting bottle feeding for breast feeding.
"Women are being brainwashed by industry marketing that it's okay to use only formula or artificial milk. Sometimes husbands won't allow anything else [breastfeeding] outside the home," Dr Hessa said.
"Researchers have found over 300 health components in breast milk compared to 75 in artificial milk. In addition it's always available, at the right temperature and no preparation is required.

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