It has been reported that a number of infants in China who have consumed Chinese manufactured infant formula are suffering from kidney stones, a condition which is rare in infants. The Chinese manufactured infant formula may be contaminated with melamine. Melamine artificially increases the protein profile of milk and can causes kidney diseases such as those seen in these Chinese infants.
The FDA is asking local officials to work with the Agency to assist with the removal of any Chinese infant formula found on store shelves, and to warn residents, especially members of the Asian community to avoid using Chinese manufactured infant formula. See Fox News.
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Elizabeth Cotter of Montville's Towaco section said she gives Corzine an F.
Cotter said her family is planning to leave New Jersey within the year, most likely in favor of a low-tax state like Texas or Florida. "We are getting annihilated with taxes," the 43-year-old Republican said. "Our car insurance is through the roof. Food is very expensive. Health insurance is more available in these other states."
"Obviously, I'm disappointed we're leaving," said Cotter, a mother of three who is earning a nursing degree. "But my bank account is being strangled. We can't survive here any more. So we're migrating -- like so many other people are being forced to do." See Daily Record.
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