I don’t have time to write much of an entry today, so I will leave you with a couple informative bits instead. This first thing was posted on a Y!Group I belong to. I found it interesting and exciting that breastfeeding made it onto the list. Johns Hopkins University identifies “10 Cheap Ways to Save the World” The fall 2005 issue of Johns Hopkins Public Health includes a list of the 10 least expensive ways to save millions of lives. Experts on the School’s faculty identified the interventions. The ten cheap interventions are: 1. Quit smoking. 2. Increase vitamin A supplementation. 3. Expand oral rehydrationRead More →