I’ve bitched quite a lot over the past few days. I’ve tried to remember that the whole idea behind this blog is to be in the middle. 47 more words
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The UK contains some of the most advanced, developed and economically stable countries in the world.
England, for one, is the seventh richest countries in the world. 488 more words
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The 108-year-old Gota de Leche (to mean “drop of milk” in Spanish) has built a reputation of working for the welfare of children under five years. 338 more words
For the modern human being, society has developed us to require more in different aspects of our lives, especially food (Li 2011; 165).
Knowledge of the choices we make when eating and drinking, in relation to our well-being, health and quality of life, are long understood. 596 more words
In previous posts, we have determined that child malnutrition affects millions of children each year and that poverty is not the single determining factor. Fighting this large of a problem may seem hopeless at times, but there are many organizations out there dedicated to eradicating child hunger. 767 more words