Cornell Nutritional Expert, Vermont Baby Formula Company Urge Parents Not to Dilute Formula with Extra WaterGEORGIA, Vt., Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ — In response to press reports of parents diluting baby formula in this difficult economy, a nutritional expert and a leading manufacturer of infant formula are urging parents to breastfeed or use formula responsibly by following the instructions on the can.”It is critical that parents refrain from diluting baby formula with extra water during these tough economic times,” said Barbara S. Levine, R.D., Ph.D., director of the first NIH-funded Nutrition Information Center at Weill Cornell Medical College. “If parents choose to formula feed, they must remember it is an infant’s sole source of nutrition.”PBM Nutritionals, LLC, a supplier of store-brand infant formula found at Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Kroger, Walgreens, and other leading retailers in the United States and throughout the world, recommend parents breastfeed or use formula responsibly.”Breastfeeding is best for babies,” said PBM CEO Paul B. Manning. “When it comes to using formula, parents should follow the directions on the label exactly to ensure that their babies get the nutrition they need for healthy growth and development. We are pleading with moms and dads to read and follow the instructions on their formulas of choice.””If money is an issue, parents must understand that store brand infant formulas cost up to half the price of comparable national brands,” added Levine. “And the FDA sets the nutritional and quality standards for all infant formulas, so store brand formulas have to meet the same strict guidelines as national brands.”PBM is a leading supplier of infant formula sold throughout the world; its commitment to research and development ensures that all of its formulas are safe, high quality, and offer the latest advances in nutrition. For more information, visit http://www.pbmnutritionals.com(link is external) and http://www.pbmproducts.com(link is external).About PBMPBM is privately owned and based in Gordonsville, VA. PBM companies specialize in manufacturing, distributing, and marketing consumer food, nutritional, and pharmaceutical products. PBM companies include PBM Holdings, Inc., PBM Products, LLC, PBM Nutritionals, LLC, PBM Canada Holdings, Inc., PBM (Guangzhou) Nutritionals Co., Ltd., and PBM Products Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V. For more information, visit http://www.pbmproducts.com(link is external).
New Delhi: On the first day of the Andalucia Golf Masters on Friday, Gaganjeet Bhullar ended round 1 tied for 11th place, with Frenchman Victor Perez on top of the leaderboard with a bogey free round of 65 (-6). Defending champion Sergio Garcia ended the day tied for second with a score of 66 (-5). In the 3,000,000 Pound prize money tournament, Bhullar picked up from his good form at the BMW International Open and came up with a steady (-3) under par round and a score of 68, ending with five birdies on the 4th, 6th, 10th, 12th and 17th holes but two bogeys on the 8th and 18th halted his progress to a better finish.Among other Indians, S.S.P Chawrasia and Shiv Kapur ended the round tied 111th, finishing with scores of 3 over par. Shubhankar Sharma was also not at his best, ending T-153 with a score of 8 over par i.e. 79.The Valderrama course, regarded as one of the toughest courses on the European tour, saw other top golfers performing below par as well. BMW International Open winner Andrea Pavan ended the day at T-91 with a score of 2 over par and five-time European tour winner Matthew Fitzpatrick had an even worse day and ended round 1 at T-111. IANSAlso Read: India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar wins Fiji International golf
Wellington Police notes: Thursday, August 25, 2016â€¢9:17 a.m. Officers investigated a domestic battery and criminal damage to property in the 1000Â block W. College, Wellington by known suspect(s).â€¢11 a.m. Jason M. Brooner, 42, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with domestic battery and criminal damage to property.â€¢11 a.m. Megan J. Mendenhall, 39, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with domestic battery and criminal damage to property.â€¢2:21 p.m. Officers investigated a forgery in the 200 block E. Harvey, Wellington.â€¢2:26 p.m. Samantha N. Riddle, 22, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for illegal registration.â€¢3:53 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 1500 block N. Plum, Wellington.â€¢5:37 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 100Â block N. Washington, Wellington.â€¢7:40 p.m. Officers investigated a pedestrian under the influence in the 800Â block E. 9th, Wellington.â€¢7:52 p.m. Anthony M. Banks, 34, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with pedestrian under the influence of alcohol or drugs.