Parents search frantically for homemade baby formula recipes amid shortage

Jaime E. Love

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As Americans face the intense crisis of the current baby formula shortage, parents of infants appear to be digging around for solutions from illegitimate sources online.

In the last week, search instances related to the phrase “how to make homemade formula for babies” have risen upwards of 120% on Google.

But medical experts, along with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), strongly advise against administering homemade formula to infants.

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“I understand the temptation, but there’s a lot of risks involved,” Nicole Regan, a pediatric nutritionist with NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island, told Fox News Digital on Friday.

Regan explained that both the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the FDA’s strong advisories against homemade formulas are supported by the fact that manufactured formula is meant to replicate nutrients in breast

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Eating This Type Of Food Can Help Curb Depression In Young Men

Jaime E. Love

The food we eat affects more than our weight or the way we feel. Researchers and experts know that what we put into our system affects our brain and behaviors, helping us feel better or worse, and trickling down to our sleep habits and productivity.

And now, a new study suggests that the Mediterranean diet, one of the world’s most beloved diets, can help you men battle depression.

The study, conducted by researchers from Australia, examined a group of young men with poor diets and eating habits. They submitted them to a 12-week randomized trial in order to assess the effects of a healthy diet and whether it could make these people feel better and cope with their symptoms of depression more efficiently.

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Subjects were young men between the ages

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