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Synonyms for artificial

Synonyms for artificial

made by human beings instead of nature

made to imitate something else

not genuine or sincere

artificially genteel

marked by unnaturalness, pretension, and often a slavish love of fads

Synonyms for artificial

contrived by art rather than nature



artificially formal

not arising from natural growth or characterized by vital processes

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Although man shows interest and willingness to assist the women in breastfeeding, the absence and the scarce knowledge about the practical aspects of breastfeeding may influence the choice of use of bottles and artificial milk as an easier solution to the difficulties encountered (Piazzalunga & Lamounier, 2011).
The WHO's Baby Friendly Hospital initiative has tried to overcome this problem by enforcing a rule that ensures that all baby-friendly hospitals with international accreditation do not supply, sell, or promote artificial milk, she said.
She added that all artificial milk companies are forbidden from entering hospitals and clinics, which are also forbidden from cooperating with them in any way.
Abdulrahman Ishaq, also a pediatrician, stated that shabeezah is an agricultural source of infant nutrition while artificial milk is an animal source.
Almost two-thirds (63 per cent) did not know that mixed feeding - giving both breast milk and artificial milk - still provided some protection from infections for babies under six months.
Brancusi had to be hand-fed, with failure at bottle feeding leading to feeding him by dripping in an artificial milk supplement by syringe.
Routine controls on skimmed milk powder and artificial milk replacements made from skimmed milk powder intended for animal feed coming from Ukraine have yielded negative results.
A third product, Ottens Artificial Milk Flavour, may also be added to make the soy milk taste more like cow's milk.
Many women think there's no difference or very little difference between breast milk and artificial milk,'' said Ellen ``Binky'' Petok, a lactation consultant with Encino Tarzana Regional Medical Center whose business is called the Pump Station.
And to prove it, they included them in artificial milk fed to babies, then tested the infants against others given the ordinary formula.
In a second phase of the study, she fed each woman a high-carbohydrate meal consisting of "a vary big, banal, bland bowl of corn flakes with low-protein, artificial milk.
I appreciate the efforts of Punjab Government for introducing SMS service to check halal meat and artificial milk (not cow milk).
Several theories propose a combination of factors to explain this phenomenon including differences in the composition of breast milk versus artificial milk (energy, fat, or carbohydrates and protein density is much higher) (Hediger, Overpeck, Kuczmarski, & Ruan, 2001), differences in growth patterns since infants fed by the bottle either formula or expressed breast milk have been shown to have greater weight gain following 6 months of age in comparison to infants who nurse from the breast (Eidelman, 2012), and differences in biological responses that regulate metabolism.
Along with spreading awareness about the benefits of breast milk and hazards of artificial milk through posters and brochures, the campaign has also worked with public places such as malls, museums, clubs, and parks to provide a mothers' room for breastfeeding.
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